No Groom at the Inn Has a Cover!

by Megan Frampton on August 23, 2015

I am delighted to show the cover for my holiday novella, No Groom at the Inn, which will be out November 10. I’ve just turned the edits into my editor, and I am continuing work on Why Do Dukes Fall in Love, which will be out sometime in 2016. Hope everyone is having a great summer!?NO GROOM AT THE INN

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Mid-Summer Madness!

by Megan Frampton on August 6, 2015

Okay, I’m not really mad. In any sense of the word.

Things in Frampton-land are busy, as usual–I turned No Groom at the Inn, my holiday novella, in to my editor. That comes out November 10, I think. I did the revisions for One-Eyed Dukes are Wild, and now am midway through writing the next book, which should come out in mid-2016, I think. I also got laid off my from day job, which means I am looking for something else to do, but also writing a lot more than I usually am able to.

The next book I’m writing is the first Alpha Hero I’ve written, I think, since Hero of My Heart, where the hero was Alpha, yes, but also addicted to opium. This hero is just plain Alpha, no addictions in sight (unless you count the heroine!).

Meanwhile, I hope to have a cover for the novella to show very soon, and I am so delighted so many people are liking Put Up Your Duke.

Thanks for stopping by!

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A Starred Review for Put Up Your Duke!

by Megan Frampton on May 26, 2015

PW PUT UP YOUR DUKEPublishers Weekly just gave Put Up Your Duke a starred review (that’s a good thing!), saying the book is “pure delight.”


So that happened. Meanwhile, I am finishing No Groom at the Inn, my holiday novella, and then will be tackling revisions for One-Eyed Dukes are Wild. And then onto the next full-length book, due November. It’s busy, but it’s a good romance writing kind of busy.

I hope everyone is doing well! Thanks for stopping by.

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Put Up Your Duke Out June 30!

by Megan Frampton on May 19, 2015

Put Up Your DukeYay! Put Up Your Duke, the second full-length book in the Dukes Behaving Badly series, comes out next month, on June 30th, to be precise.

The hero is Smithfield, Marcus’s best friend from The Duke’s Guide to Correct Behavior. Here’s the blurb:

He was once happily bedding and boxing, but in the newest Duke’s Behaving Badly novel, Nicholas Smithfield has inherited a title and a bride . . .

To keep his estate afloat, the new Duke of Gage must honor an agreement to marry Lady Isabella Sawford. Stunningly beautiful, utterly tempting, she’s also a bag of wedding night nerves, so Nicholas decides to wait to do his duty?even if it means heading to the boxing saloon every day to punch away his frustration.

Groomed her whole life to become the perfect duchess, Isabella longs for independence, a dream that is gone forever. As her husband, Nicholas can do whatever he likes?but, to Isabella’s surprise, the notorious rake instead begins a gentle seduction that is melting every inch of her reserve, night by night . . .

To his utter shock, Nicholas discovers that no previous exploits were half as pleasurable as wooing his own wife. But has the realm’s most disreputable duke found the one woman who can bring him to his knees? and leave him there?

In other news, I have a holiday novella titled No Groom at the Inn coming out on November 10. I’m about two-thirds of the way done with that one, and then it’s on to write the next full-length book in the Dukes Behaving Badly series.

I hope everyone is having a lovely Spring (!NO MORE JACKETS!), and that you’ve got awesome plans for the Summer.


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Frampton Update

by Megan Frampton on May 3, 2015

Man, that title is lame, huh? Hopefully I’m saving all my wit and cleverness for my writing. Speaking of that, I have written the first 5,000 words of the holiday novella that will be out in November–so far it’s not terrible.

Put Up Your Duke comes out next month (!), and I am very excited for people to get to read that one–it is a marriage of convenience book, which I never thought I’d be able to write myself, even though I love reading them. Hopefully I succeeded, and hopefully readers will love Nicholas and Isabella like I do.

Life continues to be very busy, but is settling down somewhat. I hope to be able to do things like see friends and not be panicked every time I see a clock in the near future.

I’ll be at the Romantic Times Convention next week, which is in Dallas this year. There is a big open to the public author signing, and I’ll be one of the signing authors.

Hope everyone is doing well!


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