The hero of this story is a former WWI pilot and the second son of an earl who is struggling to live life normally in 1921 after all he experienced during The Great War, including the death of his older brother. He's also attempting to save his family's estate and learn his new role as heir. The heroine is a red-headed American who inherits a sheep farm in England from a distant uncle and moves there in hopes of carving out a new life for herself, far away from her deceased parents and the memories of the fiance she lost in the war.
I've had the opportunity to travel to England twice - and I hope to go again some day. As I've been contemplating this next book, I've been thinking about where to set it. I loved seeing this place - Killerton House and Garden - near Exeter, in southwestern England. This short, boxy style house with its large gardens is similar to what I picture my hero living in.
These other two pictures are from the Lake District, in northern England. Isn't it gorgeous? So makes me want to go back there. I'm leaning toward setting the story in this part of England.
*Every Friday for the last two months, I've posted a picture of places found in my book LADY OUTLAW! Check them out on my Facebook page.