Praise for Poetic Justice:
Honestly, this ranks as one of the best regency romances I have ever read. I read it a few years ago and when I found a copy of it, I bought it and hung on to it.
I highly recommend it. There was no thought of going to bed before I finished it.
Heroes and Heartbreakers site: Momwritesjelly.
Loved it, have read it more than once.
Goodreads: Frances Fuller
Poetic Justice won the Romantic Times Certificate of Excellence!
A play manuscript written in Shakespeare's own hand! Between rogue rare-books dealer John Dryden and his prize is an obsessed librarian who wants to destroy it... and the heiress who can lead him to it, but only if he's willing to risk his life, his freedom, and his loner's heart.
POETIC JUSTICE is a delightful, emotionally-satisfying story with the main focus being on the characters and their journeys towards love and trust.
Well plotted, strong characters and real conflict combines for an entertaining read. I couldn't put it down.
Poetic Justice (is) extremely enjoyable with a perfect blend of adventure, humor and romance.
Rasley's Regencies have been compared to those of Carla Kelly and Loretta Chase-- elegantly written and with lively plots and characters.
**If you were looking for the Michael and Tatiana "prequel" to Poetic Justice, simply search under Royal Renegade.
**If you were looking for the story of Captain Lord Tressilian, check out The Reluctant Lady.
**If you'd like to read about a girl who learns to be careful what she wishes for (but does get the hunky guy in the end), search for Charity Begins at Home. THIS IS A RITA-AWARD NOMINEE!
**If you like naval heroes, you might like my short sweet Valentine's novella, The Wilder Heart.
**If you were looking for Alicia's Kindle #1 bestselling women's fiction novel, simply search under The Year She Fell.
**If you were hoping for something shorter or spicier, check out my pennamed (Cesca Ross) erotic short story The Gift by Cesca Ross. But be warned, it's more graphic than the usual Regency story!
**If you were looking for my husband's books about Nepal, search for Light in the Mountains by Jeff Rasley. (Yes, two writers in the same family. Moodiness galore!)