Posts Tagged ‘Louise Allen’
Welcome back to Duck Chat! Today we’re chatting with Harlequin Historical author Julia Justiss. Julia has a wonderful backlist full of historicals such as The Wedding Gamble, Wicked Wager, The Untamed Heiress, and A Most Unconventional Match. (She has some of the best covers out there, too!) Her current release is a novella in the [...]
by Michelle Styles July is a time for summer beach reads or just taking advantage of the hot summer sun and reading. Or at least I am hoping that July will see lots of sun. Last year was a washout in the UK, and this year is not much better. I have taken to counting [...]
Devon’s review of The Dangerous Mr. Ryder by Louise Allen Historical Romance released 1 July 2008 by Harlequin Historical The Dangerous Mr. Ryder, the first book in Louise Allen’s Those Scandalous Ravenhursts series, features that most popular of Regency heroes, the gentleman adventurer-spy. Jack Ryder, aka Lord Sebastian Ravenhurst, has been charged to bring Eva, [...]
by Louise Allen I only wish I knew. I’m working on my 28th Historical and while I can usually spot the origins of a plot idea, and heroines make themselves known in an orderly, well-mannered way, I can never tell where my heroes have come from. Sometimes I’m convinced they exist in a parallel universe, [...]
The Dangerous Mr. Ryder by Louise Allen releases 1 July 2008. Read on for more on a whole family of notorious goodness… It is whispered about the ton that one Mr R-, long known for his ability to escape the honest bonds of matrimony in favour of a dishonest day’s work – has finally met [...]
2008 is the National Year of Reading in the UK. It is about celebrating reading in all its forms and highlighting the importance of libraries. It is about encouraging parents to read to their children, and people in general just to read.
Alicia Thomas’s review of Virgin Slave, Barbarian King by Louise Allen Historical romance published 1 Dec 07 by Harlequin I’m always looking for historical romances set in unusual times and places. Virgin Slave, Barbarian King definitely fit the bill. I had to read it right away. Julia has been raised as a very “civilized” and [...]