Jennifer Cox loves historical romance.
Like many readers, Jennifer has loved historical romance since middle school and has faithfully read it ever since.
About ten years ago, she started searching for a character she thought should exist by now – a Regency Era woman who begins the Traveling Finishing School for Young Ladies. To no avail.
Two years ago, she wrote it herself. The story of Lady Lydia Leighton, who blackmails Viscount Hasting into a faux engagement in order to get to London and start her dream, is now reality.
Jennifer was just announced as a finalist in the Fiction from the Heartland Romance Competition.
Jennifer is represented by Stefanie Rossitto at The Tobias Literary Agency.
The Promise of Scandal
Lady Lydia Leighton has one path to success: delaying Mama’s matchmaking long enough for her to get to London and begin her scheme. So she sneaks into Viscount Hasting’s room to blackmail him into a faux engagement.
By day, Lydia’s scheme progresses as she finds all that she needs in London.
By night, they are an engaged couple twirling through ballrooms, gaining insight into each other.
Edward knows two things: that he’s the ultimate catch and that love isn’t for him. He knows that this is all a ruse – so why is he utterly captivated by his little sister’s friend in a way he’s never felt before?
A Historical Romance for You
women who find their own path
the attraction builds and never lets up
descriptions that bring you back in time
the conversations you wish you had
The series that takes you places.
Currently, Jennifer has plans for six books in the Traveling Finishing School for Young Ladies Series.
- Book 2: Amelia travels to Paris
- Book 3: Kate travels to India
- Book 4: Dinah travels to Egypt
- Book 5: Roshni travels to Hampshire
- Book 6: Cecelia escapes France
Amelia & Matthew
The Promise of Paris
Kate & Gabriel
The Promise of Desire
Dinah & Suresh
The Promise of Passion
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