I discovered Georgette Heyer when I was thirteen, and wrote my first historical romance a few years later. My writing has improved since then, but my fascination with all things Regency hasn't changed. When not reading, writing, or researching, I enjoy cooking and marathoning old TV shows. I live in Philadelphia.
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Rose Lerner is the author of books: Sweet Disorder (Lively St. Lemeston Book 1), Hamilton's Battalion: A Trio of Romances, True Pretenses (Lively St. Lemeston Book 2), In for a Penny, A Lily Among Thorns, Listen to the Moon (Lively St. Lemeston, #3), A Taste of Honey (Lively St. Lemeston, #4), All or Nothing, Promised Land, Four Times Percy Garrett Didn't Kiss Louisa Ambrey, and One Time He Did (In For a Penny, #1.5)
***This novella originally appeared in Hamilton's Battalion anthology with linked stories by Courtney Milan and Alyssa Cole.***
Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happily-ever-after…
On October 14, 1781, Alexander Hamilton led a daring assault on Yorktown's defenses and won a decisive victory in America's fight for independence. Decades later, when Eliza Hamilton collected his soldiers' stories, she discovered that while the war was won at Yorktown, the battle for love took place on many fronts...
Donning men's clothing, Rachel left her life behind to fight the British as Corporal Ezra Jacobs--but life catches up with a vengeance when she arrests an old love as a Loyalist spy.
At first she thinks Nathan Mendelson hasn't changed one bit: he's annoying, he talks too much, he sticks his handsome nose where it doesn't belong, and he's self-righteously indignant just because Rachel might have faked her own death a little. She'll be lucky if he doesn't spill her secret to the entire Continental Army.
Then Nathan shares a secret of his own, one that changes everything...