Rock Fiction Coveting: The Piano Tutor by Anthea Lawson

Posted: February 6, 2015 in Rock Fiction Coveting
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We’ve mentioned Anthea Lawson around here before. She writes historical romance that has a musical bent, leading to the question if she writes Regency Rock Fiction or not.

Check out this short story she wrote:

In this romantic Regency short story, widowed Lady Diana Waverly finds love and passion in the most unlikely of places when a new piano tutor arrives at her door.

Piano tutor. Says music, right? The question is how the piano is used. Is it part of the seduction? Do they come together over music? Does it keep them together?

A girl’s gotta wonder.

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