1) The book is based on a real person
2) It's a story about a strong female character
3) It addresses a real-life problem
4) Eleanor started writing Regency romance as a means to escape everyday life.
5) it gives the reader an insight into medicine during the mid - 1820's
A society lady …with a secret!
Determined to help people, Letty Barton has a double life – she’s a trained doctor! No-one must know 'Dr Hatfield' is actually a woman. Called to an emergency, she comes face to face with her patient’s brother, Lord Anthony Ashcroft… They’d once shared a spark-filled flirtation – now he’s a brooding, scarred war-hero. But how long will it be before he recognises her, beneath her disguise, and the sparks begin to fly once more…?
About Eleanor Webster
Eleanor Webster loves high-heels and sun, which is ironic as she lives in northern Canada, the
of snowhills and unflattering footwear. Various crafting experiences, including a nasty glue-gun episode, have proven that her creative soul is best expressed through the written word. Eleanor is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in psychology and holds an undergraduate degree in history and creative writing. She loves to use her writing to explore her fascination with the past.
Catch up with Eleanor at eleanorwebsterauthor.com,
or twitter https://twitter.com/ewebsterauthor