A Proper Lady's Gypsy Lover
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A Proper Lady's Gypsy Lover (Gypsy Lovers #1)

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Forced to become a proper young lady, Lucy-Ann Spencer rebels against the rules of high society to claim her freedom and her Gypsy lover.

Dragged off to London kicking and screaming, Lucy-Ann Spencer refuses to become a proper young lady. Despite her aunts' insistence, she spurns the suitably titled and wealthy men who court her, longing instead for the Gypsy lad and the fr...more
Published April 13th 2012 by Breathless Press (first published April 12th 2012)
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I thought that this was a very cute short story. It showed some of the differences in historical London society.
Lucy-Ann grew up in the country. She was not your typical girl. She did not grow up with a mother to raise her and her father was too busy writing to pay much attention to her. As she grew up, she fell in love with a Gypsy. Her aunts thought that she needed to move out of the country and move into London to find a proper husband. The aunts thought that they needed to take her away fr...more
Tara Chevrestt
Having read this author's The Captain and the Courtesan and enjoyed it, I bought this as soon as it was made available. I sat down and read it in a sitting as it's another novelette.

I liked this because we have a headstrong heroine who does not want to marry against her will and thwarts suitors at every turn because her heart belongs to another...but he's a gypsy, and her oh so proper aunts won't let her see him. Imagine Lucy Ann's surprise when Liberty shows up at a dance dressed as a gentleman...more
Benjamin Kelly
I've read two of Ms. Chastain's earlier works. I enjoyed them both, but this is her best yet. A fun little story with a wild at heart heroine. Nicely done.
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As an ex-fashion photographer, Juliet Chastain says that, in a way, writing fiction is a lot like photography. She takes a few elements—models and clothes in photography, characters and setting in her writing-and makes them come alive in a compelling story.

Ever since she wrote a tragic tale of two kittens back in sixth grade, (it made her cry), Juliet has had a yen to write. Now that she's put do...more
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