Tag Archives: Liza O’Connor

Pure Innocence by Liza O’Connor

Pure Innocence The Extraordinary Life of Amy Winston, Book 1 Words can harm or heal, depending on the speaker. While Amy hears only kind words from her uncle, and her four protectors, when she goes into town, or when she’s … Continue reading

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The Duchess Lydia by Liza O’Connor

The fatal ending of Jane Austen In 1817, widowhood could emancipate a woman or lead her to poverty, depending on the income she derived from her dower rights, which was the money and goods that a bride’s father had negotiated … Continue reading

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Liza O’Connor’s Toxic Diamonds

Baby Farmers were usually women (or a couple) who, for a monthly fee, would care for your baby. (In the late Victorian Era, London was full of women needing work at various factories. Many baby farmers failed to feed or … Continue reading

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Be My Guest! ~ Author Interview with Liza O’Connor

  Hello, and welcome back to my author interview feature for 2017. I’m back from my May hiatus and I’m eager to get back to my special guests. Each Wednesday I post interviews with authors across all romance genres and … Continue reading

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Liza O’Connor Takes on Jack the Ripper in Six Sisters of Shame

Jack the Ripper is a perfect example of hiding the truth behind too many trees. But is it even safe to see the tree? People, some clever authors, have mysteriously died after writing their conclusions that agree with mine. I … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Liza O’Connor on Guardian Angels in Luck Be An Angel

I’m a firm believer of Guardian Angels. My first Guardian Angel was my Great Grandmother Caroline. She saved me from the continuous efforts of my brother to become an only child. There were also a great many water-moccasin dangers that … Continue reading

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New Release: The Crimelords’ War by Liza O’Connor

  Meet the butler, Gregory When Vic and Claire were young children, they came to live with their Aunt Madeline after a ship wreck took both parents. Having watched her mother drown due to the heavy skirts she wore, Vic … Continue reading

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