THE LUNA SISTERS
Ana María And The Fox
Book One - Now Available
A forbidden love between a Mexican heiress and a shrewd British politician makes for a tantalizing Victorian season.
Ana María Luna Valdés has strived to be the perfect daughter, the perfect niece, and the perfect representative of the powerful Luna familia. So, when Ana María is secretly sent to London with her sisters to seek refuge during the French occupation of Mexico, she experiences her first taste of freedom far from the judgmental eyes of her domineering father. If only she could ignore the piercing looks she receives across ballroom floors from the austere Mr. Fox.
Gideon Fox elevated himself from the London gutters by chasing his burning desire for more: more opportunities, more choices. For everyone. Now as a member of Parliament, Gideon’s on the cusp of securing the votes he needs to put forth a measure to abolish the Atlantic slave trade once and for all—a cause that is close to his heart as the grandson of a formerly enslaved woman. The charmingly vexing Ana María is a distraction he must ignore.
But when Ana María finds herself in the crosshairs of a nefarious nobleman with his own political agenda, Gideon knows he must offer his hand as protection…but will this Mexican heiress win his heart as well?
Content Warnings: Discussions of slavery, colorism, and colonialism. On the page racism, sexism, and xenophobia. Discussion of diet and food restrictions. Implied sexual assault. Street harassment. Physical assault. Abduction. Gunshot wounds.
Ana María and The Fox
“Truly a delight! A breath of fresh air in the landscape of historical romance.”—Sophie Jordan, New York Times bestselling author
“Ana María and the Fox is a lush, immersive, and evocative romance full of fascinating historical detail. An enchanting love story with a fierce, complex heroine and a swoon worthy hero. The Luna sisters have arrived…and the London season will never be the same.”—Adriana Herrera,
USA Today bestselling author of
A Caribbean Heiress in Paris
"This book is pure magic!" ---- Minerva Spencer, author of The Boxing Baroness
“De la Rosa’s writing sparkles, and her characters are both admirable and memorable. With plenty of humor, history and, of course, spicy love scenes, Ana María and the Fox, is an absolute must-read for fans of historical romance.”—Elizabeth Everett, author of A Love By Design
“Liana De la Rosa fulfilled every historical romance craving I had and then some with Ana María and the Fox. The Luna sisters are the headstrong, politically savvy, and intelligent Mexican heroines I have always dreamed of reading about!”—
Isabel Cañas, author of
"De la Rosa deftly weaves together a delicious slow burn romance with danger, intrigue, and sisterly bonding. Full of riveting details, Ana María and the Fox is a breath of fresh air in historical romance!"—Alexis Daria, international bestselling author of You Had Me at Hola
"It's rare to see a Victorian romance that feels so vitally alive and contemporary..." Entertainment Weekly
"Pleasingly subversive..." The New York Times Book Review
"Fans of Netflix's Bridgerton will love Ana María and The Fox." Parade
"Ana María and The Fox is a pitch-perfect romance with a remarkable amount of both charm and chemistry." Buzzfeed
"Downright enchanting!" PopSugar
“Thrillingly different…a new direction for historical romance.”—Kirkus, starred review
"De la Rosa cleverly refreshes and then rebrands Victorian-era historical romance by not only gifting readers with a beguiling Mexican heroine, but also by offering an intriguing view into the vibrant culture of that country. Pair this with a perfectly paced plot spiced with danger and plenty of smoldering sexual chemistry, and you have the brilliant beginning of the bewitching new Luna Sisters romances." ----- Booklist, starred review
“This delectable Victorian Latinx romance from De la Rosa will delight fans of sexy historical romances with strong social justice plots such as Alyssa Cole’s ‘The Loyal League’ titles and Evie Dunmore’s ‘A League of Extraordinary Women’ series.”—Library Journal, starred review
“De la Rosa turns the world of Victorian London’s high society upside down with this impressive series launch.”—Publishers Weekly
"The Lunas are a welcome addition to historical romance, and...readers will surely anticipate more happily ever afters from De la Rosa." ---- Bookpage
"The perfect blend of historical fiction and romance." ---- Hip Latina