Perfect for fans of Downton Abbey, the third in Sherri Browning’s Thornbrook Park series, The Great Estate, comes out this August! To celebrate her new release, Sherri’s agreed to answer some questions for us about herself and her career as an author.
The story takes place in the Edwardian era. What are some of the challenges you face when writing a love scene in a different time period?
The clothes! Darn corsets were still in my way when I was trying to put my characters in intimate situations in which they had to act quickly or lose the moment. It’s not easy to be quick about things when wearing a corset. Unless you leave the corset on. But is that as comfortable or romantic? I suppose it depends on the situation.
The Great Estate
(Thornbrook Park #3)
by Sherri Browning
Mass Market Paperback, 352 pages
Expected publication: August 4th 2015 by Sourcebooks Casablanca
If you're a fan of Downton Abbey, don't miss the fascinating Edwardian world of Thornbrook Park.
Pulled apart by past mistakes...
Sophia Thorne was young and inexperienced when she married the dashing Earl of Averford . . . and through dark and troubled times, their relationship nearly came to an end. Now she's determined to transform herself into the fiery, ardent lover she always wanted to be, giving them a second chance at love . . . before they're lost to each other forever.
Driven by a passion neither could deny...
It took nearly losing Sophia for Gabriel to realize he had allowed his love for his great estate to distract him from his beautiful wife. But that time is over. Despite all the obstacles standing in their way, Gabriel vows to teach Sophia what it is to truly love . . . and to be loved by a husband devoted heart and soul to her every desire.
And don't miss the first two Thornbrook Park Romances!
About the Author:
Sherri Browning writes historical and contemporary romance fiction, sometimes with a paranormal twist. She is the author of critically acclaimed classic mash-ups Jane Slayre and Grave Expectations. A graduate of Mount Holyoke College, Sherri has lived in western Massachusetts and Greater Detroit Michigan, but is now settled with her family in Simsbury, Connecticut. Find her online at www.sherribrowningerwin.com.