Dear Esteemed Members of the Ton,

As your most devoted and diligent chronicler of the comings and goings in our illustrious society, it has come to my attention that the quiet harmony of Regent Street has been delightfully disrupted by a series of events most extraordinary. And who, you might ask, are the orchestrators of this melodious chaos? None other than the gentlemen of Klonimus & Sons, Jewelers at the venerable address of 35 Regent Street.

In an era where our beloved city prides itself on decorum and discretion, the Klonimus family has dared to add a dash of the dramatic to our daily promenades, not least through the musical escapades of one particularly talented brother. A jeweler by trade and a pianist by passion, this young man has taken it upon himself to serenade not just the diamonds in their vaults but the entirety of Regent Street with compositions so complex, they would make even the maestros of Milan weep with envy. His piano, a siren chiming through the open windows, draws unsuspecting patrons from far and wide, leaving the shopfronts across the way in a state of unaccustomed quietude.

But the intrigue does not end at the ivories. No, dear readers, for the Jewish Klonimus brothers are a sight for sore eyes, each more dashing than the last. Six in number, they stride through London’s streets as if they were equals with the gentry, their charm and chiseled physiques causing quite a stir among the city’s debutantes. Their shop, renowned for its sparkling wares, has become a beacon for those seeking beauty in jewel and gentleman form.

Yet, it is within the heart of one—the pianist, no less—where our news take a tantalizing turn. For amidst the glittering gems and echoing melodies lies a secret rendezvous most scandalous. A mysterious lady, garbed in a gown of the deepest purple, has been seen ascending to the attic, her identity hidden, her intentions unknown. Is this clandestine affair the prelude to a love story for the ages, or a scandal that threatens to tarnish the Klonimus name?

One cannot help but marvel at the delicious irony of it all. Here stands a family that adorns the aristocracy with the finest jewels, yet it is their own stories, rich with emotion and intrigue, that prove to be the most captivating gems of all.

Keep your eyes peeled and your ears attuned, dear members of the ton, for this jeweler across the street vows to uncover the truth. What spells trouble for the Klonimus clan spells delight for us, as we watch this saga unfold with bated breath. Will love conquer all, or will the sweet symphonies sour into dissonance?

I cannot wait to find out who the young woman in the purple gown is.

Yours in unparalleled anticipation,

A Watchful Observer

Blurb: “Instead of Harmony” is the first book in the Diamond Dynasty series. It has been a #1 bestseller in several categories on Amazon and has received outstanding feedback from readers. The story begins the Diamond Dynasty series, in which each of the lovely Klonimus brothers has an adventure and finds love. However, through an exciting treasure hunt that spans the series, the Klonimus brothers find delightful twists and turns, vivid settings, and steamy romances. Watch the book trailer and get 20% off the series at

Bio: Bestselling author Sara Adrien writes hot and heart-melting regency romance with a Jewish twist. As a law professor-turned-author, she writes about clandestine identities, whims of fate, and sizzling seduction. If you like unique and intelligent characters, deliciously sexy scenes, and the nostalgia of afternoon tea, then you’ll adore Sara Adrien’s tender tear-jerkers. She is the author of the series Infiltrating the Ton, Diamond Dynasty, Check Mates, and Miracles on Harley Street.

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