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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.

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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Annie Burrows

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Out now!

A Mistress for Major Bartlett


The second in the Waterloo Brides trilogy is available now, from Amazon, Harlequin, Mills & Boon and itunes.

By following the Mills & Boon link, you can also read the opening chapter! Just click on the little pink tab at the bottom of the cover, where it says "take a look".

RT has given the book another 4* "hot" review, which is a stunning endorsement for our series.

" Burrows continues the Brides of Waterloo mini series with a passionate and emotional tale readers will love. Burrows' instalment is focussed on a spoiled miss and a rakish soldier. There is a vast gulf between them - socially and emotionally - but it's nothing that love can't conquer."
Maria Ferrer.

For full review click here


You can read a delightful prequel to the series, for FREE here.

For more details about the series, please visit my Waterloo Brides page.

On October 15th 2014, four of my earlier books became available in North America in ebook format.

They are:

His Cinderella Bride

Now also available as an ebook in the UK

Captain Fawley's Innocent Bride

Devilish Lord, Mysterious Miss

and last, but not least, the story many of you have been asking for - my early Tudor set love story, My Lady Innocent