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Amazon best-selling author Annie has sold over half a million copies of her delightful Regency romances in twenty one countries of the world since 2007. Her books have been shortlisted for the Festival of Romance Best Historical read, and been awarded the Cataromance Reviewers Award (twice). She is currently published by Harlequin Mills & Boon.

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I write about brooding heroes, and the feisty heroines who bring them true love. Most of my stories take place during the Regency era - a time when a man could rise to the pinnacle of society through enterprise and daring, or plummet to the depths of poverty through one reckless turn of the card.

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Reforming the Viscount now available in the US as an audiobook.

"Lord Havelock's list"

My 18th book, "Lord Havelock's List" will be released in the USA , the UK and Australia in September 2014. Published by Harlequin Mills & Boon.


You may remember the hero, Lord Havelock, from my Christmas Novella, Governess to Christmas Bride. His quest for a wife-in-a-hurry so startled his friends that one of them, Lord Chepstow, left London rather than get tangled up with marriage-minded women (only to fall headlong for a lifelong friend he meets at a Christmas house party!) Lord Chepstow did help Lord Havelock write his ideas about what would make an ideal bride, in a list. A list which helped Lord Chepstow to make up his mind about what makes an ideal wife, but which is proving something of a challenge for Lord Havelock himself.

Be careful what you wish for:

Lord Havelock is in need of a wife. But with no time for a society wedding and no stomach for girlish fripperies, his options are limited. So with help from his friends, he draws up a list of qualities he does desire in a wife...

When orphaned Mary Carpenter discovers her handsome new husband's list, she's hurt-and incensed. If he thinks she'll sit meekly by, be "compliant" and "a mouse," he's got another think coming! Is it perhaps time for Mary to make a list of her own, and change the rules of their relationship forever...?