After a great fall with the roll out of An Invitation to Cornish Christmas, it's time to meet the Cornish Dukes, my 2020 series. Actually, if you've read the Christmas release, you've already met them! They were at luncheon with Rosenwyn Treleven and her parents that first Sunday in Advent. Eaton Falmage, Lord Lynford, is the one who encourages Rosenwyn and Cador Kitto to play for them after they ate, and Eaton is the one who gives Cador the music school (spoiler alert for those who haven't dug into Cornish Christmas yet!).
Eaton kicks off the first of four books in the Cornish Dukes series with the Secrets of Lord Lynford, available as early as Dec. 19 on Amazon prime, Jan .1 everywhere else. https://www.amazon.com/Secrets-Lord-Lynford-Cornish-Dukes/dp/1335505237. Eaton has a secret, as you might guess from the title. While that secret has certainly shaped his life and his choices, he has not let it shape his morals, his ethics, and his sense of justice, or enjoyment of life, which I think makes him doubly heroic. His heroine, widow, Eliza Blaxland is his equal in all ways; in tenacity, in perseverance, and her sense of social justice and most importantly in her stubbornness, which creates quite the obstacle for them both to overcome. Both of them are very willing to dedicate their lives to helping others but far less willing to accept help when it's offered to them. I hope you enjoy Eaton and Eliza's story and that it inspires some new year's resolutions for you, too!