The Review: The characters were amazing and the chance of them meeting like this and falling in love was almost a fairy tale ending and set up. Cherry (Cheryl) was the female character of Oh Cherry Ripe, she disagreed with the way women were viewed in london during this time period. Sky is the man who needed compassion from the starts. Together the two characters create a bang that shake their universe. Claudy Conn threads another love story in ways that make it fun to read.
From the Author
I would like to point out that while this is Regency accurate, I took dramatic license in order to facilitate the tale. A reviewer pointed out that ladies did not behave this way during the regency period, and I am happy to contradict that view.
Women were always behaving out of character for their times. It is what makes us individuals . It is why we got the vote, it is why we are who we are today. In addition to that general statement, research showed me notable and historical women of the times, running away from home, burning love letters in park square, having children out of wedlock and thus, my heroines usually do something to buck their times. I write to entertain, and always try with great hope to do just that.
A reader wanted to know how I came up with the name Skyler for the hero and it simply was derived from the name Skylark, which has been used for both men and women in historical England.