It’s been awhile since I’ve had a guest on the blog! Today, I’m excited to share this interview with Lord Harrington. I first read Lord Harrington’s Lost Doe a few years ago. It’s such a sweet, feel-good story and I appreciated the unique premise involving the treatment of the insane during the Regency era.
Lord Harrington is the lead male in Lord Harrington’s Lost Doe. Affectionately called “Mr. Grumpy” by those who know him best, he is the owner of a massive estate in Northern England.
- What is your favorite drink?
- What is your usual breakfast?
Turtulong, marmalade, tea
- What is your favorite holiday like?
A quiet one, spent at home with just family.
- What is your favorite feast?
Venison, asparagus, rarebit, port
- What is your favorite animal?
- What is your favorite thing you own?
Denwood, my estate. I’ve worked hard to bring it back from ruin.
- What is your favorite city?
London, I suppose, but that’s not saying much.
- What is the best thing about London?
- What is the worst thing about London?
- What is the biggest difference between London and Denwood?
- Where would you like to travel?
Not keen on travelling. Being at home is best.
- What is your favorite memory?
When my Mercy said, “Yes.”
- What is your least favorite memory?
Discovering Mercy gagged and tied up.
- What have you learned from Mercy?
How pleasant life can be.
- What is the hardest part of being married?
Leaving the marriage bed for my daily duties.
- What are you afraid of?
Why would I share that with you?
- What do you think is the world’s greatest enemy?
- What is your favorite pastime?
I’m not sharing that.
- If you could have a superpower, what would it be?
This is nonsense, I’m done.
- Wait, a couple more. What do you hate the most?
Answering questions, good day.
Lord Harrington left without answering the last question.
To find out more about Lord Harrington, read: Lord Harrington’s Lost Doe.
Well! Mr. Grumpy reminds me a bit of another Regency fellow who is rather grumpy but stole my heart. 😉
Blurb: Lord Alexander Harrington’s life is rather tame until a shoeless, coatless waif is found wandering his estate with no memory of who she is. Despite his stoicism, Lord Harrington finds himself drawn to the lost girl who he compares to a scared doe. Caring for her illness despite speculation of her mental state, he develops feelings for her.
Is she an escaped lunatic, or simply a lost woman desperately in need of his help? A revelation about his own family’s history with the mental asylum down the road causes him to question his feelings. When a massive fire breaks out on estate grounds, will he lose her forever?
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