The Lady Jewel Diviner

The Lady Jewel Diviner

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Diamonds, Death, and Devonshire tea... in a paranormal Regency England

Miss Elinor Avely's proper upbringing cannot prepare her for the tiny, spinster vampire who crashes into her sitting room and demands to be fed with a sheep.

Elinor already has enough troubles without having to catch ruminants. First, her secret gift for divining jewels has landed her in scandal, exiling her from London society. Second, a nobleman of dubious repute wants her to find a cache of smuggled jewels, hidden somewhere along the Devon coastline. Last - and worst - she is invited to cream tea at the local manor. And while the autocratic and magnificent Earl of Beresford might be there (and perhaps the jewels themselves too), Beresford is the last person Elinor wants to meet over cream tea.

When a dead body is discovered along the cliffs, of course, such delicate considerations become secondary. Fortunately, Elinor now has a small vampiric chaperone - even if said spinster has a habit of appearing stark naked - and together they are ready to risk the hard questions.

Where are the jewels hidden? Who killed the smuggler? And just when is the cream tea being served?

The Lady Jewel Diviner is the first book in a new historical mystery series, set in Regency England with generous servings of magic, manners, and romance.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 266 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 15mm | 293g
  • English
  • 0645027855
  • 9780645027853
  • 1,240,566

Review quote

"The Lady Jewel Diviner is a sweet comfort read, with plenty of wit and comedy. Every Regency novel should come with magical powers and tiny naked vampires." - Olivia Atwater, author of Half a Soul




"Regency romance fans and cozy mystery readers alike will delight in this magical twist on the genre." - Jacqueline Benson, author of The Fire in the Glass.
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