I’m delighted to say my 2017 EPIC award finalist, historical romance To Love a Traitor is back on the virtual shelves. Set in the aftermath of the First World War, it has a brooding new cover and features a Room 40 veteran trying to uncover a wartime traitor – while falling for the very man he suspects:
Wounds of the heart are the hardest to heal
Solicitor’s clerk George Johnson has a secret goal when he moves into a London boarding house in the winter of 1920: to find out if his fellow lodger, Matthew Connaught, was the wartime traitor who cost George’s adored older brother Hugh his life.
Yet the more he gets to know his quarry, the more George loses sight of his mission—and his heart. Blessed with boyish good looks and charm in abundance, ad man Matthew is irrepressibly cheerful despite having lost an arm in the Great War—and soon makes plain his attraction to George.
Matthew’s advances become ever harder to resist, and George tries to tell himself his brother’s death was just the luck of the draw, and to forget he’s hiding secrets of his own—including who he really is.
But as George’s feelings for Matthew grow, so does his desperation to know the truth about what happened that day in Ypres. Even if it means he’ll lose the man he’s come to love.
Available now in ebook: JMS Books *| Amazon & KU
and in paperback by the end of May
*and for a limited time only, it’s 20% off at JMS Books!