It’s no joke! The Never List sequel is available NOW for pre-order at Amazon and Smashwords!

The Best-Left Questions picks up where The Never List ended, ushering readers back to the romantic and whimsical world of Charles Stratford & Victoria Smith.

After returning to London in 2014, Charles finds himself in need of a job – and answers to questions he’d rather not ask.  Spurred by Tori’s irrepressible spirit, Charles agrees to go in search of another hidden treasure, the Firestorm Amber of Brighton. Guided by clues from his father’s journal, Charles and Victoria find themselves confronted by old foes and new friends when they travel to 1666, the year of the Great Fire of London.  But their most loyal protector may turn out to be the one man Charles cannot forgive.

This sequel has been nearly a year in the making, and I’m excited to see it available for pre-order!  Our heroes spend time in Georgian England as well as the late 1600s. Researching the Londons of both eras has been an utter delight.  I hope readers enjoy the journey as much as I have!  Thanks for reading!

Pre-order your eBook now at or Smashwords.  The official release date for The Best-Left Questions is May 24, 2016, in eBook and Paperback.

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About F. E. Greene

F. E. Greene loves coffee, castles, crumpets, and the cat next door almost as much as she loves writing. She is the award-winning author of multiple bestselling series including contemporary romance (Richer in Love), time-travel romance (Love Across Londons), and fantasy adventure (By Eyes Unseen). Her nonfiction series All Things Brighter focuses on writing fiction and poetry. A novelist, songwriter, poet, and photographer, she has taught young journalists and coached creative writers in both scholastic and volunteer settings. Greene's novels blend feel-good romance, mild suspense, a touch of whimsy, and her steadfast affection for all things British.
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