August 2020

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A meeting of minds...

But a most unsuitable match!

When lady’s companion Sara Standish meets Cameron Fitzallen, he has his jacket off and he’s mending mill machinery. He is manly, capable—though it’s most improper for him to set her heart aflutter! He is a mill owner—trade—after all. They share the same aim to help impoverished children, but in the eyes of the ton, she must not mix with him. That doesn’t stop her craving his company, or his touch...


“Julia Justiss has written a warm and engaging story that appealed to me both historically and romantically, and I highly recommend it.” – Roses Are Blue, Blog

“A thoroughly entertaining story you won’t want to miss.” – The Reading Café Blog

“A beautiful love story with wonderful characters. I love Julia’s writing, her substance and style are a joy to read.” – The Reading Wench Book Blog

“Mrs. Justiss offers us a hearty and delightful tale of seeing past society’s dictates and expectations.” – Elodie’s Reading Corner

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05-24-20 :: MAY CONTEST!
There’s still time to enter my May contest, featuring a “Clash of Opposites” in cash-strapped former soldier Sinjin Sandiford and highly improper heiress Clarissa Beaumont. Two lucky winners will each get a copy of THE PROPER WIFE (check the book’s page on this site for reviews, an excerpt and the full, swoon-worthy image of the […]

If you have dropped by the website recently, you may have noticed it hasn’t been updated. The (happy) reason is my webmistress has taken a short leave for the birth of her first child! Her beautiful son arrived a little over a month ago by Caesarian section, and both mama and baby are doing well. […]

The first of the Cinderella Spinsters, plain-spoken Emma Henley, debuts this month in THE AWAKENING OF MISS HENLEY.

06-06-19 :: NEW SERIES, NEW NAME!
The Cinderella Spinsters kick off in October 2019 with Emma's story!

With the Scandal Sisters finished and ready to release (Pru's story, A MOST UNSUITABLE MATCH, is just out and Temper's, THE EARL'S INCONVENIENT WIFE, comes in March 2019) Julia moves on to Emma Henley and THE SPLENDID SPINSTERS

What a great time to be a reader! More books available than ever before, many of them at discounted prices. For your reading pleasure, Julia lists below some of her favorite sites that send subscribers email alerts about discounted books. She also frequently tweets daily good deals on her Twitter account—so follow along! No matter how tall your TBR pile—or how many pages of selections waiting on your Kindle or Nook—you can never have too many good books!

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Do you like history at center-stage in your fiction? Do you sometimes find a historical romance or TV/movie drama leaves you wanting to know more about the events that happened in the world the writer created? Then historical fiction could be just what you’re looking for!

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