Lord Lucifer's DisciplePre-order Lord Lucifer’s Disciple! The first Haberdashers Nights novella, originally published in the Scandalous Summer Nights collection last June, will finally be available as a standalone at the end of September!

Welcome to bySueLondon.com, the home of bestselling author Sue London. She writes in a variety of genres, and is currently featuring the popular Haberdashers series of Regency-era historical romance stories. Over 100,000 copies of Haberdashers stories have been sold!

The Haberdashers Series

  1. Trials of Artemis $4.99   Amazon Kindle || Nook || Goodreads epub || Wattpad ||
  2. Athena’s Ordeal $4.99   Amazon Kindle || Nook  ||
  3. Fates for Apate $4.99  Amazon Kindle
  4. Saving Persephone (Bittlesworth Boys: Robert) coming soon! Mark “To Read” on Goodreads

The Haberdashers books are available in trade paperback for $11.99 each.

Haberdashers Tales (Sweet Novellas and Short Stories)

The Haberdashers Tales are available in trade paperback for $6.99 each.

Haberdashers Nights (Sexy Novellas and Short Stories)

  • Lord Lucifer’s Disciple - Amazon Kindle ||
  • His Illicit Devotion – coming soon!

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  1. I swear I refresh Amazon daily in hopes of an update for the publication date of your next book. Please put me out of my misery and tell me when Fates for Apate is coming. =(

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  2. Just finished “Fortune Said”. It was such a great little short read. Thanks so much! Can’t wait for March 31st! Love your books!

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  3. What I like about Valentine’s Day is that the next day lots of chocolate is reduced to 50% off!!
    I’m telling all my Lovers of Romance Novels fellows know that your stories are on sale for Valentine’s day =D

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  4. I guess my last comment didn’t post. I really enjoy reading your books and can’t wait for the next in the series! Thanks for the great Valentines Day goodies giveaway chance! Romance is in the air.😊

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  5. I love valentines day because I get chocolate- and next to good books I like chocolate second. Thanks for the great Valentines Day goodies giveaway chance.

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  6. Well… this V-day I’m loving giveaways – like this one ;) And, I didn’t know that the new novella was released yet – so I was able to get that during the sale.

    And, of course, the perfect excuse to indulge in a little extra chocolate before race season (running) starts.

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  7. Is it just me, or does anybody else get “tickled” when they get an Amazon notice like:

    “Mom2zoo, a customer just told us your review was helpful to them while shopping on Amazon.

    Fortune Said: A Valentine…

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Loved it!
    February 13, 2014 ”

    hehe!

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  8. Hello Sue
    About to do an order with Amazon in America and so far the first book is only in print. Can you please advise when the others will be in print as well.Thanks, Helen (Australia)

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    • Thanks so much, Sandy! And guess what? The Haberdashers books will be available in print via Amazon later this month! I’m so excited!!! I will also try to figure out how to set myself up as an Amazon vendor so that I can offer autographed versions through the site.

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  9. I have just now finished ‘Fates for Apate’ and I enjoyed it very much. That is the fifth book of yours that I have read and they were all very enjoyable to read when I wanted a light hearted read to make me feel better. Thanks very much.

    One small criticism though, there are frequent name changes between ‘Appleton’ and ‘Applegate’ and then back to ‘Appleton’ and back again a few more times. Given a choice I prefer ‘Appleton’. :)
    Regards, Anne

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  10. Sue I love your Haberdashers books. Have just finished Fates for Apate. I look forward to reading about Robert in the next instalment. Only one major problem for me as a Scot (not pro-independence) and that is they (you) keep talking about England going to the Congress of Vienna which took place 1814-1815. By that time it was Great Britain which went to the Congress as the Act of Union was finalised in 1707. The Scottish regiments were renowned for their bravery in the battles against Napoleon and his armies. Please, please change England to Great Britain in the next books to be published and I’ll be very happy bunny

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  11. Really loved the first two Haberdashers books. Really excited to see the third one is available. Also just got the short stories and looking forward to them. Can’t wait for Robert’s story. Please keep up the good work.

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  12. Dear Sue,

    I’ve been rereading the first two weeks of Hawke & Johnson C.N.M. for the fourth time and I still love it. Did you ever continue that story? If so, pleeease tell me where to find it. If not, is there still hope?
    Sincerely,
    Paul

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    • Hi Paul! There is still hope but nothing more to share yet. I can’t say when, but I will definitely get Hawke & Johnson off to the races as a real series. Heck, they are begging for a graphic novel at some point, too. Thanks for reading and for checking in!!! :)

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