The Persuasion of Miss Kate
Coming April 27th
“Ms. Baldwin has done it again, weaving laughter and love into her My Notorious Aunt series. You’re going to fall in love with the Linnet sisters. And if you are anything like me, you’ll be crushing on Lord Colter from the start. Read. Enjoy. Repeat.” —Patience Griffin, bestselling author of the Kilts and Quilts series.
“…the humor was so good! The dialogue had me snorting my laughter . . . a clean romance, but slightly more irreverent than what you might be used to from this genre. I really liked it.” —Alicia Trenalone, NetGalley Top Reviewer.
Read more about it here: The Persuasion of Miss Kate book page
Harbor for the Nightingale, the long awaited 4th Book in the Stranje House series has arrived!
Available now in eBook, Paperback, and Hardback at most booksellers!
It’s 1814. In this alternate history, Napoleon has forced Europe to its knees and now he plots to seize control of Britain.
Maya brings the mystery of India with her…
With her friends’ lives in deadly peril, Miss Maya Barrington, one of Miss Stranje’s unusual girls, must serve as a double agent. To do so, she must enter into Napoleon’s treacherous game on the arm of the enigmatic Lord Kinsworth. She can read almost everyone; not so with this young rascal. Quick with a jest and armed with lethal charm, he remains just beyond her reach. Does she dare trust him?
With Britain’s future at risk and those she loves in danger, Maya questions everything she thought she understood about life, love, and loyalty.
Fans of genre-blending, romance, and action will love this speculative history Regency-era novel filled with spunky heroines, handsome young lords, and dastardly villains—fourth in the Stranje House series. Don’t miss the first three books: A School for Unusual Girls, Exile for Dreamers, and Refuge for Masterminds
“An outstanding alternative history series entry and a must-have for teen libraries.” —School Library Journal on Refuge for Masterminds
“This alternative history series will appeal to fans of Gail Carriger’s works and The Cecelia and Kate novels by Patricia C. Wrede and Caroline Stevermer.” —School Library Journal on A School for Unusual Girls
Request Harbor for the Nightingale at your local library if they haven’t already stocked it.
What Critics are saying:
★ New York Times Sunday Book Review: “A School for Unusual Girls, by Kathleen Baldwin, is enticing from the first sentence…” Full review
★ Chosen for 2016 Spirit of Texas School Reading Program. [visit Spirit of Texas site]
★ A 2015 Junior Library Guild book of the day selection (current trends high) “We love this book” – @JrLibraryGuild
★ Listed in Publishers Lunch 2015 Young Adult Buzz Books
★ Marlene Winner – Young Adult category
“Sign me up for Kathleen Baldwin’s School for Unusual Girls. It sucked me in from the first few pages and kept me reading until late into the night. Kathleen Baldwin has created a completely original – and totally engrossing – world, full of smart girls, handsome boys, and sinister mysteries. Who wouldn’t want to enroll?”
–Meg Cabot, NYT – USA Today bestselling author of Allie Finkle’s Rules for Girls and The Princess Diaries
“Spellbinding! A School for Unusual Girls is a beautifully written tale of adventure, intrigue, and romance that will appeal to every girl who has ever felt different . . . a true page-turner!”
–Rachel Hawthorne, bestselling author of Moonlight series and Trouble from the Start
“I loved this book. Within a few pages I felt the same sense of adventure I felt when reading Pippi Longstocking and Andre Norton’s Witch world novels as a pre-teen, that breathless eagerness to turn the page . . .”
–Fresh Fiction Reviews
“Georgie’s budding attraction to a young viscount . . . is all flashing eyes and clashing wits à la Lizzie and Darcy . . . romance readers who prize both brains and valor in a heroine will be pleased to make Georgie’s acquaintance.”
“A School for Unusual Girls was amazing!!! …I’m hooked! This book has it all. Mystery, twists, turns, murder, a slight paranormal feel, romance, etc. I will be crying and drooling until book two comes out.”
–Night Owl Reviews (Reviewer’s Top Pick)
Read an excerpt here: A School for Unusual Girls book page