Finding Lord Farlisle by Cassandra Dean

Finding Lord Farlisle by Cassandra Dean
Genre: Historical, Romance
Length: Short (90 pages)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 5 Stars
Review by: Rose

The girl he finally remembers

Eleven years ago, a shipwreck robbed Lord Maxim Farlisle of his memory. Recovering himself, he journeys to his childhood home to find Waithe Hall shut and deserted. Unwilling to face what remains of his family, Maxim makes his home in the abandoned hall…only to have a determined ghost hunter invade his uneasy peace.
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The boy she never forgot

Fascinated by spirits, Lady Alexandra Torrence cannot disregard the opportunity to investigate the estate she knew so well. She arrives at the shuttered hall to discover a ghost of a different kind—the boy she thought to never see again. Maxim had been the boy next door, her best friend, her soul mate…and then he’d vanished.

As the two rediscover their connection, the promise of young love burns into an overwhelming passion. But the time apart has scarred them both—will they discover a love that will draw them together or will the past tear them apart forever?.

FINDING LORD FARLISLE contains one of my favorite tropes – friends to lovers. In this case, there’s a twist. Maxim, Lord Farlisle, has been presumed dead for the past 11 years, so when Alexandra discovers him when she is researching paranormal activity at Maxim’s childhood home it like.. well, like she’s seen a ghost.

This is a novella, so there’s not a heap of room for character development, yet Ms. Dean manages to draw very clear pictures of both characters. I found myself laughing out loud with some of their exchanges. It was heartwarming to see Maxim as he begins to remember things about Alexandra, and it was very cool to see Alexandra’s response to some of Maxim’s concerns (trying to give spoilers here).

This is a great way to spend an hour or two! I’m looking forward to the rest of the books in the series.

Behind the Scenes with Cassandra Dean – guest blog and giveaway

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This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. Cassandra will be awarding a signed Teach Me postcard and a Teach Me magnet at each stop to a randomly drawn commenter. A Grand Prize of a $15 Amazon Gift Card, a Teach Me mug, a signed Teach Me postcard and Teach Me magnet will be awarded to one randomly drawn commenter during the tour. (International Giveaway). Click on the tour banner to see the other stops on the tour.

Behind the Scenes with Cassandra Dean

Hi peeps,

First off, thank you to Long and Short Reviews for having me. For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Cassandra Dean and I write historical romance ranging from sweet to steamy. I also play about in the eras, roaming from Ancient Rome to Victorian to the Old West and beyond. My books take readers on an emotional rollercoaster, from the lowest of lows to the joyous of highs. And, of course, my characters fall into the forever kind of love.

Today, I thought I’d share a typical day behind the scenes of the juggernaut that is Cassandra-dra-dra Dean-ean-ean (imagine echo-y goodness here).

A day in the life of Cassandra Dean, Auteur* (*French. So classy)

Wake up around 10am after a restful and trouble-free sleep. Laugh and scoff at all those plebs who had to get up at ridiculous-o’clock to go to their day job. Enjoy my breakfast of perfectly poached eggs and freshly squeezed orange juice while still laughing and scoffing. Almost choke. Make note to keep gloating to times when I’m not consuming foodstuffs.

Decide to log on to the internet for a quick whizz about the web. Before I can check what glowing reviews have appeared while I slept, my head research assistant comes in bearing a load of paper. Remind her the research should be collated into a precise. Am disappointed she didn’t do this in the first place. Give her new assignment. Really, there’s no call for daggers.

Settle to the internet again. Am interrupted again. This time, it’s my stylist bearing the latest fashion from Milan. It’s okay, I suppose. Honestly, I don’t know what Valentino is thinking some days.

Finally check the webs. Realise my PA has not updated any of my social media. My fans are going to think I don’t care! Log in to each and update with all the glowing reviews I have found. Sigh. Cannot get any good help these days. Have to do EVERYTHING myself.

Decide to check my ratings on Amazon. Have slipped. Demand PA writes a positive review to circumvent any slippage. Now she’s giving me an evil look. Really, is such a thing contagious this morning?

Correction, afternoon. Hmm. Better have lunch.

Three hours and a leisurely lunch at the hottest restaurant in town later, return to my computer. Better check the social medias again. Still no updates. Sigh. Log on and leave more links to glowing reviews.

Stifle a yawn. Oh my, look at the time. Really should get my beauty sleep. Will write tomorrow, I’m sure.

~fin*~ (more French!)

Golly, I wish my typical day was like that! Well, apart from all the rudeness to fictional staff 😉 In reality, a typical writing day begins once I arrive home from the day job. I’ll log on to the internet, update some stuff, and then I’ll settle in to write as much as I can before I collapse into bed, only to start it all the next day. Not as glamorous, but heaps more accurate!

I hope you enjoyed this (mostly—okay, wholly!) fictionalised account of my day. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoy TEACH ME!


5_13 Cover_Teach MeEver curious, Elizabeth, Viscountess Rocksley, has turned her curiosity to erotic pleasure. Three years a widow, she boldly employs the madam of a brothel for guidance but never had she expected her education to be conducted by a coldly handsome peer of the realm.

To the Earl of Malvern, the erotic tutelage of a skittish widow is little more than sport, however the woman he teaches is far from the mouse he expects. With her sly humor and insistent joy, Elizabeth obliterates all his expectations and he, unwillingly fascinated, can’t prevent his fall. Each more intrigued than they are willing to admit, Elizabeth and Malvern embark upon a tutelage that will challenge them, change them, come to mean everything to them…until a heartbreaking betrayal threatens to tear them apart forever.

About the Author: Cassandra grew up daydreaming, inventing fantastical worlds and marvelous adventures. Once she learned to read (First phrase – To the Beach. True story), she was never without a book, reading of other people’s fantastical worlds and marvelous adventures.

Fairy tales, Famous Fives, fantasies and fancies; horror stories, gumshoe detectives, science fiction; Cassandra read it all. Then she discovered Romance and a true passion was born.

So, once upon a time, after making a slight detour into the world of finance, Cassandra tried her hand at writing. After a brief foray into horror, she couldn’t discount her true passion. She started to write Romance and fell head over heels.

The love affair exists to this very day.

Cassandra lives in Adelaide, South Australia.

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