Brooklyn Ann’s debut novel Bite Me, Your Grace is fun, witty, gothic, and smart. She has combined a love of regency, paranormal, history, and gothic overtures that readers will enjoy. Both main characters are well developed and their emotional journey is one that will touch readers. Her heroine Angelica Winthrop, a daring girl set on trying to ruin her reputation so she can become an authoress like her own hero Mary Shelley is a refreshing change from the normal heroine found in Regencies. It’s this characters interaction with her hero and secondary characters that brings a deeper level of passion and wit to the book.
Angelica Winthrop has always wanted to see the inside of her neighbor’s home. With the goal of ruining her reputation to avoid marriage she take a chance to break into it one night to look around and find inspiration for her latest novel. Even though Ian Ashton, Duke of Burnrath is rumored to be a Vampire she doesn’t believe the stories. Of course he isn’t, Vampires aren’t real right? Her bold move ends up gaining her more than she ever thought to find. As her plan to avoid marriage goes awry Angelica must find a way to reconcile her plans for the future and fight for the man she never thought to fall in love with before an evil plot separates them for eternity.
England's "vampire craze" causes much vexation for the Lord Vampire of London, Ian Ashton. To save his reputation, Ian enlists aspiring authoress Angelica Winthrop without realizing she has hidden plans of her own.
Angelica Winthrop's life goal is to ruin her reputation, avoid marriage, and become a gothic authoress like her idol, Mary Shelley. To find inspiration for her new story, she breaks into the home of Ian Ashton, Duke of Burnrath, not knowing she will be coming up against the Lord Vampire of London. Romance sparks and reputations are at stake. But who knows the real difference between fact and fiction?