Tabitha’s Folly

By Jen Geigle Johnson

Tabitha recklessly dodges four over-protective brothers while trying to gain attention from the man who holds her heart. An enticing distraction  shows her another choice just when Henry might begin to appreciate what has been before him all along. Will Tabitha be able to choose wisely and avoid the danger that is at her fingertips? Follow along in our weekly episodes. Five Authors. Five Romances. One Unforgettable Houseparty.

Prequel: In the Quiet before Delicious Mayhem

My Chapter One: A Shocking Proposition

My Chapter Two: A Delicious Distraction is Afoot

My Chapter Three: Awash in the River

My Chapter Four: Blast his New Attraction

My Chapter Five: A Choice in the Dark

My Chapter Six: Midnight Meetings and Stained Glass

My Chapter Seven: Whist and Wagers

My Chapter Eight: Up to Something

My Chapter Nine: Distrust All Around

Jen Johnson’s published books can be found Here.

The Nobleman's Daughter (2)

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  • Forty-Two: Distrust all Around - His eyes widened. “Your tendre for him is stronger than I realized.” She felt her face heat then she nodded. “I have admired him since I was a young girl.”… Continue reading →
  • Thirty-Eight: Up to Something - Blast and dragons. He could not be sure. And what if he went about declaring himself too early and disturbing the lovely chance he had to win her over slowly.… Continue reading →
  • Thirty-One: Whist and Wagers - Tabitha and Henry lingered after the church services, her hand ensconced in his. Light from the stained glass windows cast an array of colors across the faces of her brothers. … Continue reading →
  • Twenty-Seven: Midnight Meetings and Stained Glass - The footman’s chiseled features flickered in the candlelight, and his hand moved to cup the flame. Tabitha’s heart flipped in her chest, from fear or excitement, she didn’t pause to distinguish. His roguish smile welcomed her, and she couldn’t resist a smile in return. She hesitated, allowing the others to move further away, while she… Continue reading →
  • Twenty-Two: A Choice in the Dark - She followed the group at the back, caught up in the quiet steps, the whispers, the occasional squeals from the ladies amongst them. Then a hand touched her arm, warm, gentle. And a finger gestured that she be quiet.… Continue reading →
  • Eighteen: Blast his New Attraction - With water still pooled in his boots, Henry watched Tabitha walk away, a thick blanket wrapped around her and dragging at her feet...wide eyes peered over the wool, trained on him...… Continue reading →
  • Eleven: Awash in the River - After being caught alone with a footman in the piano room, Tabitha had expected little good could come of dinner, especially as she was so determined to express her disapproval of Henry.… Continue reading →
  • Seven: A Delicious Distraction is Afoot - Unless you want to meet sooner. Tabitha paced the floor of her bedroom in great agitation. “What was I thinking? What am I doing?” She wrung her hands so much, they began to chafe. She had presented herself—she had been so… so,  forward, so like a woman of the night, or one of those widows… Continue reading →
  • Five: Shocking Proposition - No one saw Tabitha standing in the doorway of her brother, Tauney’s, room. James, the valet, lifted clothes out of Tauney’s trunks in large stacks instead of loading them in. Neat, color-coordinated piles of breeches and jackets decorated his bedding, and Tabitha’s worry increased. She shook her head. “We are already so late.” Tauney, only… Continue reading →
  • In the Quiet Before Delicious Mayhem Begins - Damen, most valued footman of the Countess Du’Breven, walked precisely three steps behind his employer, cradling her dog in his arms. She waved impatiently but kept at her slow pace. “Come Damen, I insist upon personally inspecting each of the rooms before our guests arrive.” Of all the ridiculous notions. “Shall we visit all 365… Continue reading →
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