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This is part 1 of 2 of the conversation. In True Pretenses , a philanthropist heiress who needs to get her hands on her dowry agrees to a marriage of convenience with a con artist from the London slums.

You can read the first chapter here: bit. And in Secrets of a Scandalous Heiress , a wild heroine creates a false identity for herself in Bath, where she meets her match in an Anglo-Indian hero with secrets of his own.

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Rose Lerner: I was really amazed at how many themes our books turned out to have in common! Secrets of a Scandalous Heiress is not about con artists and yet it was all about lying and how it frees and constrains you, and the ways sneaky people use lying to trick themselves into being honest. Your hero was going under a false name, while my heroine was. Now I am sort of wanting a fic for Ash and Augusta.


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I feel like Joss and Lydia would probably also like each other! I actually was thinking as I read of how much our heroes had in common socially. I wonder if that goes well with an heiress heroine? Sort of leveling the power differential between men and women of the time.

Rose: I was thinking about that too. Meanwhile the hero is a man, but poor…Right off the bat it creates an interesting power balance. Rose: Yes! That is so true. Only one way to find out! Tell me everything! Theresa: Yes! It all started with the sandalwood. Rose: Yes, of course! Also man. Theresa: And in True Pretenses , Lydia was such a domestic goddess.

Not in the Martha Stewart way, but in the way she developed such a clear sense of the way she wanted to live.

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I guess it comes from becoming, essentially, parents at a very young age. Lydia, because she comes from a much more stable and influential place, is able to expand that out to encompass an entire community. Theresa: I loved that parallel between Ash and Lydia, that their sibling relationships were so important. It was something they could immediately understand about each other despite their other differences. Rose: It was just so fun to write two people who are caretakers…caretaking each other. Theresa: Like Ash with the fortune.

Theresa: I loved how he was so hungry for love and cheerful and good with people.

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He could have gone so dark and bitter, but he was just…gah, adorable. I know, your heroes get called adorable all the time and I ought to think of a better word. Rose: Adorable is my favorite word! Suggestions welcome! Rose: That was something that really got to me about Joss, by the way: how alone he was. Whereas Augusta grew up surrounded by affection and then suddenly lost it. Theresa: Yeah, if sibling relationships are the dominant ones in True Pretenses , in Secrets of a Scandalous Heiress it might be the parent-child relationship instead.

Both Joss and Augusta are only children and orphans, but as a result of very different circumstances. Because she had that warmth growing up and is both less used to dealing without it, and also more able to feel safe being emotional? Theresa: Absolutely. She lost everything at once, while Joss lost it in pieces.

So if every loss is a grief, he did his grieving in slow bits over time, while she was almost crushed. Rose: I thought it was really interesting the ways that Joss saw his mother in Augusta. Or should I say, the NOT parallel.

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Rose: That was awesome. You juxtaposed it so well. But it never actually occurs to him. Theresa: Nah, he likes the vulgarity. I actually have a lot to be grateful for. The moment where he realizes he could have been ordering himself tea all these years was sort of the culmination of that, I thought. She lives in Cleveland, Ohio, with her husband, their two children, and an over-sized Airedale named Hoover.

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This is part 1 of 2 of the conversation. In True Pretenses , a philanthropist heiress who needs to get her hands on her dowry agrees to a marriage of convenience with a con artist from the London slums. You can read the first chapter here: bit. And in Secrets of a Scandalous Heiress , a wild heroine creates a false identity for herself in Bath, where she meets her match in an Anglo-Indian hero with secrets of his own.

Rose Lerner: I was really amazed at how many themes our books turned out to have in common!


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Secrets of a Scandalous Heiress is not about con artists and yet it was all about lying and how it frees and constrains you, and the ways sneaky people use lying to trick themselves into being honest. Your hero was going under a false name, while my heroine was. Now I am sort of wanting a fic for Ash and Augusta. I feel like Joss and Lydia would probably also like each other! I actually was thinking as I read of how much our heroes had in common socially. I wonder if that goes well with an heiress heroine?

Sort of leveling the power differential between men and women of the time. Rose: I was thinking about that too. Meanwhile the hero is a man, but poor…Right off the bat it creates an interesting power balance. Rose: Yes! That is so true. Only one way to find out! Tell me everything! Theresa: Yes! It all started with the sandalwood. Rose: Yes, of course! Also man. Theresa: And in True Pretenses , Lydia was such a domestic goddess.