I can’t work without a playlist, it helps me get into the right frame of mind to write. Here is a selection from list of the songs I listened to most while writing One Season with the Duke
The Second Waltz- Dmitri Shostakovich (Hettie and Finn’s First Dance)
Alice – Adrian Johnston (Perfect Strangers soundtrack) (Hettie and Finn’s First Kiss)
Body And Soul – Anita Baker (The Wedding Night)
Saa Magni – Harry Gregson-Williams (Sea Cave scene)
Impromptu in F minor D935 No. 4 (Op. 142 No. 4) – Franz Schubert (What Hettie plays at the soiree)
Heiress Henrietta Monfort would never do anything to hurt her beloved aunt and uncle. But thanks to her cousin—who’s discovered a secret about her parentage that even she didn’t know—she is moments away from ruin…unless she marries him. Hettie has no choice. She must accept the villainous snake’s hand in marriage. So be it. But no man will ever own her heart, body, or soul.
Lord Findley has always had a soft spot for Hettie. Discovering that she’s being blackmailed into marriage is nothing short of appallingly outrageous. How could he allow someone unworthy to marry the gentle-hearted and bright-eyed Hettie—let alone a blaggard of the lowest order? To hell with it. He’ll marry her himself…even if it is the scandal of the season.
Now they’re racing for Scotland, praying they can outrun the jilted crook who seeks Hettie’s hand and her fortune. But ahead of them lies their greatest obstacle yet…and one unexpected—and damnably inconvenient—attraction that will turn both their worlds upside down.
Born in the tropical paradise of Trinidad and Tobago, Addy Du Lac moved to the US with her mother at the age of twelve. She began writing historical romance while she received a double major in History and Creative Writing from the University of South Florida. She enjoys writing books with diverse characters and steamy happy endings. When she isn’t plotting her next series, she enjoys watching movies and Asian Dramas, traveling, and tempting her fate with new recipes. Addy Du Lac lives in Florida with an eclectic library of books and a carefully curated wall of beautiful men.