Bestselling author Sophie Irwin to launch book in Sherborne

SUNDAY Times bestselling author Sophie Irwin will mark the arrival of her second book, A Lady’s Guide to Scandal, with a launch event at Castle Gardens in Sherborne.

She will be interviewed by fellow romance author Lulu Taylor and will sign books at the event, on Monday (September 4).

Sophie will take the audience on a journey into the depths of historical romance, as she spills the scandal of fictional character Eliza the Countess of Somerset, who finds herself drawn into misbehaviour when torn between two men.

Sophie’s passion for period research is showcased in the sequel to A Lady’s Guide to Fortune Hunting, as she delivers another delightful, escapist Regency romance.

The event, in association with Winstone’s Books, is in The Butterfly House at Castle Gardens on Monday, September 4, at 7pm.

Tickets cost £2 and are available at Winstone’s Books in Cheap Street, Sherborne, and at Castle Gardens in New Road, Sherborne.

Doors open at 6.30pm. The Walled Garden Restaurant will provide free refreshments.

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