THE FOOTMAN makes an appearance in PW Indie Scouting Report!

Yay! How cool is this? Publishers Weekly included THE FOOTMAN in their monthly Indie Scouting Report, which is a round up of the best books of the month.

I’m so thrilled the reviewers compared THE FOOTMAN to the titles in Mary Balogh’s Bedwyn series, which is my favorite of hers.

Here is a LINK to the brief article. I’ve also included my section of the round up below.

S.M. Laviolette

Synopsis: In 1802, impetuous 16-year-old Lady Elinor Atwood throws herself at her family’s new footman, setting off a devastating chain of events.

PW’s Takeaway: Lovers of historical romance will be hooked on this twisty story.

Comparable Title: Mary Balogh’s Bedwyn Saga series

Sample Line: “Iain had just opened his mouth to say something foolish and most likely job-ending when the door Lady Elinor had exited so violently opened and Lady Yarmouth stood on the threshold.”

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