|Got them grey skies pink apple blossom blues|
A bitter cold wind sweeps across my English country garden. The delicate apple blossoms fall, smashed by the horizontal arrows of stinging rain. It’s just not bloody fair is it?
I should be cheerful because I’ve just finished sound editing the final edition of the audio book edition of “The Gentleman And The Rogue” by Bonnie Dee and Summer Devon. I tell you – it’s a sexy romp in which a gentleman and his young handsome valet set out to rescue a maiden from an amazingly sinister and evil villain. Oooh – there’s tight riding breeches and enough upright gentlemanly romance to tickle any follicles. There’s horses hooves on gravelled roads, the pre-Dickensian London above stairs – below stairs ambiance, a guilt ridden toff, a cocky tart, a cast of colourful characters, the Napoleonic wars and a sensitive love story. Honest – this is a good good English Regency historical tale. The Gallo-Romano narrator, Jasper de Montfort (a likely name) swings both and every other way to cover all the angles. I loved it!! I’ll let you know when the audio book is out there.
|Run Juanita – These guys are rowing their island out of Europe.|
Anyway, in the vile greyness of yet another failed spring/summer, I spotted a couple of disconsolate European illegal immigrant creatures doing what the Conservative Party cannot do -maintaining unity. I love red legged partridges (ssh- they are introduced Spanish illegals). They are never apart and so so sweet!