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The Disgraceful Lord Gray A spy on a missionUntil he meets this heiress Part of The King s Elite Miss Theodora Cranford s learned to keep her impetuous nature locked away She won t be deceived by another man who can t see past her fortune She wants an honourable, sensible sort not a self assured scoundrel like her new neighbour, Lord Gray Although she s sure there s to him than meets the eye But after that first captivating kiss, she s certainly left wanting ☉ [PDF / Epub] ☆ Book Lover By Jennifer Kaufman ❤ – 9facts.co.uk sensible sort not a self assured scoundrel like her new neighbour ❮Epub❯ ➣ Secret Delivery / Her 24-Hour Protector ➢ Author Delores Fossen – 9facts.co.uk Lord Gray Although she s sure there s to him than meets the eye But after that first captivating kiss [BOOKS] ⚣ Kholodovs Last Mistress Author Kate Hewitt – 9facts.co.uk she s certainly left wanting Wow, such a delightful read it was, it was a distillation of happiness, laughers and romantic scenes plus some actions by the end.I do adore Virginia Heath s work, it asks me a littletime to read because she uses so many different words than the usuals, so I need always to slow down my reading to fully enjoy the story in all its details and its beauty.Everything began with Thea coming face to backside, with a very bare arse when she first meets Gray, who was gallivanting in his birthday su Wow, such a delightful read it was, it was a distillation of happiness, laughers and romantic scenes plus some actions by the end.I do adore Virginia Heath s work, it asks me a littletime to read because she uses so many different words than the usuals, so I need always to slow down my reading to fully enjoy the story in all its details and its beauty.Everything began with Thea coming face to backside, with a very bare arse when she first meets Gray, who was gallivanting in his birthday suit in a pond after a run following his silly and sweet mutt Trefor.Just this opening scene was hilarious, from Harriet, Thea s widowed friend to them and of course Trefor and his antics.Between their funny banters, their witty stormy discussions, their heated glances, it was so refreshing and full of life, plus if you add all the different protagonists in the mix, you have a very cheerful and full of spirit read.Of course, it isthan a compilation of words, it was also a mystery to solve and the healing of two wounded souls.Lord Graham Chadwick s life was shaped by a betrayal a decade ago, he went from a young buck in love only wanting to breed horse for a living to a spy having seen the world with its worst and its best Also since, he has closed his heart, hardening it to avoid another crashing But Miss Theodora Cranford stirs something in him he thought long dead for years Despite his mission, he is drawn to her, she is a beacon to him and his undoing.Thea learned an harsh lesson some years ago, first to avoid men at all cost, they areinterested in her dowry than in her, then each time she loses her temper, something bad arrives So much, she now refuses to follow her heart, persuaded she has bad tastes regarding men, and then to avoidheartaches, she has bottled her fiery temper and refuses to let it out But around Gray, Impetuous Thea seems to have a mind of her own and can t stand to stay anyin its box It was cute to see Thea battling with the two sides of her personality, the emotional one against the Sensible Thea, the one who tries to be reasonable With Gray s help, she will accept who she really is and reconciles herself with her true self While she will open his eyes and makes him see what he is missing by keeping his heart closed.Even if it is only underlined, there is a second romance going on between Lord Fenni and Harriet, which was so much fun to follow There are also the other protagonists like Thea s uncle or her aunt, each character is perfectly worked and presented with enough background to make it alive and with depth.So a big fat 5 stars for this very entertaining and enjoyable read.Some of my favorite quotes Such pursuits do wonders for a gentleman s buttocks In my humble opinion, there is nothing better than a pert pair of cheeks encased in tight buckskin Her incorrigible older friend had a wicked glint in her eye Did I ever tell you I seduced him first I take back everything I said about buckskin, Thea It is vastly overrated Shamelessly, her friend barged past no doubt to get a closer look I d have paid good money to see my niece mute for once I had thought such a miracle impossible I d shamelessly imitate you and stroll about buck naked, too, if I thought it would get me any peace, but the sight would likely send all the servants running for the hills before it silenced her and then who would carry me downstairs I was hardly mute, Uncle Harriet said your jaw dropped to the floor and you were stuttering and spluttering while glowing crimson like a beetroot You ve haunted my dreams, Thea Have since the first day I met you I am severely sleep deprived Me, too He loved her earthy giggle Loved everything about her Loved that the mere thought of loving her didn t make him want to run But we are young and can sleep when we re dead Virginia Heath bounds back into form with The Disgraceful Lord Grey, the third book in her King s Elite series about group of gentlemen spies charged with putting a stop to the activities of a particularly elusive and dangerous smuggling ring with links to Napol on With the ring s operations now brought to a halt, all that remains is to cut off the head, so to speak, and unmask the person who s been pulling the strings, known only as The Boss The investigations of the King s Elite have na Virginia Heath bounds back into form with The Disgraceful Lord Grey, the third book in her King s Elite series about group of gentlemen spies charged with putting a stop to the activities of a particularly elusive and dangerous smuggling ring with links to Napol on With the ring s operations now brought to a halt, all that remains is to cut off the head, so to speak, and unmask the person who s been pulling the strings, known only as The Boss The investigations of the King s Elite have narrowed this down to one of two people and in this story, Lord Graham Chadwick Gray travels to Suffolk accompanied by Lord Fenni, the head of the King s Elite, in order to infiltrate the small social circle of Viscount Gislingham in continuance of the investigation.Unfortunately, however, he doesn t get off to the best of starts when Gislingham s niece happens upon him cavorting naked in the stream on the estate and then his huge dog, Trefor Gray is of Welsh descent, or at least he grew up there knocks her in as well.Oops.Miss Thea Cranford has lived with her uncle and aunt since the death of her parents, and at twenty three, remains unmarried She s heiress to an enormous fortune and a youthful infatuation for a man whose affection turned out to be for her money and not for her has made her very cautious when it comes to men, and guilt over her impulsive behaviour in the past has caused her to lock the side of herself she terms Impetuous Thea in a box and throw away the key Her closest friend, the widowed Lady Harriet Crudgington who is vivacious, funny and intent on living life to the full regularly encourages Thea to loosen the tight rein she has on herself, but with little or no success.Virginia Heath turns the spirited heroine meets buttoned up hero trope on its head here, as Thea tries to maintain a show of indifference to Gray while everything in her yearns to respond to his gentle flirtations and humorous banter He s a truly charming hero who, while being an inveterate flirt, is never pushy or overly familiar with Thea he s kind, compassionate and very level headed and self aware in a way few romantic heroes are An incredibly irresponsible action a decade earlier ruined him financially, caused a huge scandal and as a result, he left England and travelled the world on merchant ships Older and wiser now, he recognises that those events were the making of him and even though he can t deny he d rather not have beggared himself and been disowned by his family, he s not one for brooding over the past and things he can t change.When Fenni suggests that Gray s scandalous past may be just the thing to recommend him to the subject of their investigation, Gray is surprised to find himself somewhat dismayed at the idea of having to play up to his reputation as a bit of a ne er do well, especially given Thea s obvious reluctance to have anything to do with him He s smitten with her and he knows it and the last thing he wants is for her to believe him to be the sort of reprobate she s had dealings with before, a man interested only in her money but that s the part he ll have to play if he s to uncover the identity of The Boss, impress Fenni, and earn a much desired promotion He must put aside all thought of Gislingham s gorgeous albeit repressed niece and get on with the job at hand.The Disgraceful Lord Gray is an entertaining, very readable historical romance featuring a pair of attractive, well matched characters, a strongly drawn supporting cast, a secondary romance and a large and affectionate dog in which Gray is as he should be the star of the show He s a thoroughly decent chap, he s comfortable in his own skin and he s learned from his mistakes he s funny, insightful and a little bit naughty as all good heroes are and refreshingly different from all those damaged, darkly brooding heroes we re so used to in the genre.Thea, on the other hand, is a little generic, although I liked her sense of humour and her intelligence I did find her tendency to refer to herself in the third person Impetuous Thea a little irritating, but that s a really minor niggle, and not something that detracted from my enjoyment of the novel as a whole.Virginia Heath s agile, witty and insightful writing shines once again, and I m pleased to recommend this latest King s Elite novel to fans of character driven historical romance Romantic, rousing, and entertaining The Disgraceful Lord Gray is set in the Suffolk countryside during 1820 and features the feisty, willful Theodora Cranford who may unexpectedly find herself in need of a hero, as well as the dashing, yet jaded Lord Gray who may finally have found the right woman to give his heart to.The prose is witty and authentic The characters are warm, passionate, and mischievous, including the lovable, four legged, incorrigible Trefor And the plot is an amusing, mysteri Romantic, rousing, and entertaining The Disgraceful Lord Gray is set in the Suffolk countryside during 1820 and features the feisty, willful Theodora Cranford who may unexpectedly find herself in need of a hero, as well as the dashing, yet jaded Lord Gray who may finally have found the right woman to give his heart to.The prose is witty and authentic The characters are warm, passionate, and mischievous, including the lovable, four legged, incorrigible Trefor And the plot is an amusing, mysterious mix of Regency lifestyle, scoundrel behaviour, family drama, attraction, humorous antics, espionage, mishaps, danger, and romance.Overall, The Disgraceful Lord Gray is a lighthearted, engaging, delightful read that s perfect for anyone who loves historical romance with a side of adventure And even though it s the third book in The King s Elite series, it can certainly be read and enjoyed as a standalone novel.Thank you to Virginia Heath and Rachel s Random Resources for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review I received this book by Rachel s Random Resources blog tour in exchange for an honest review, thank you so much to Rachel and Virginia for giving me the opportunity to read and review The Disgraceful Lord Gray Oh my, my, my what an amazing and fun book was The Disgraceful Lord Gray I absolutely and thoroughly loved everything about it I am so glad and happy that I decided to join the blog tour for this book because I really been wanted to get back into readinghistorical romance bo I received this book by Rachel s Random Resources blog tour in exchange for an honest review, thank you so much to Rachel and Virginia for giving me the opportunity to read and review The Disgraceful Lord Gray Oh my, my, my what an amazing and fun book was The Disgraceful Lord Gray I absolutely and thoroughly loved everything about it I am so glad and happy that I decided to join the blog tour for this book because I really been wanted to get back into readinghistorical romance books especially if it is set in the Regency era And The Disgraceful Lord Gray did not disappoint me at all I had so much fun reading this book from the very beginning to the very end Now I don t want to go into any details about this book without being to spoiler but I will say the beginning of the book was a great start to begin the story, and it had me absolutely swoony for Lord Gray from the very start Especially when Miss Theodora Cranford aka Thea first meet Lord Grey at the Brooke with his adorable dog and she was really blushing as red as an apple to head to toe, I really don t blame Thea for making a complete fool of herself I would of made a complete fool outta myself as well if I ever meet a man like Lord Gray by the Brooke And that s why I love Thea so much I connected to her quickly I loved her personality so much she reminds me so much about myself she is also very stubborn hardhead woman that has an impetuous nature that she locked away but she is also a very beautiful, loyal, bluntly honest woman she loves her family to death and she will do anything to help or save them She has and wants to find an honorable, sensible suitor and to marry for love and not a suitor who is after her fortune especially not a suitor who is not a self assured scoundrel or a disgraceful lord like Lord Gray Ahh Lord Gray is a wild child at heart and he does not go by the rules of society at all he likes to broke them and be free spirited as well That what I love about Lord Gray he is a wild and very free spirited man but he is also a really loyal, kind hearted, man with a big heart made of gold even though that he guarded his heart for the past ten years after he was completely backstabbed and hurt from a past love That is until Lord Gray first meets Thea by the Brooke he felt an instant connection to her and he wanted to knowabout her But Lord Gray has to keep a secret from Thea and it close to her family especially her uncle Edward now I won t say why Gray wants to get close to Thea and her uncle because that it spoiler you just have to read this book and find out what I am talking about Now Gray and Thea banter and flirt left and right and have fun with each other even though Thea tries to distance herself from Gray But both Thea and Gray can t help their deep attraction and connection they have with each other thethey both spendtime together I absolutely love the slow burn love that both Gray and Thea had in this amazing book it just made them both complete each other in every way to learn and knowabout each in The Disgraceful Lord Gray Now at the end of this book, Thea does find out what secret Gray was hiding from her and what one family member was also hiding from her but will Gray s and Thea s love be saved at the end You just have to read The Disgraceful Lord Gray to find out what happens next All and all I absolutely love and enjoyed everything about The Disgraceful Lord Gray even though this is the third book from The King s Elite series but it is ok to read as a stand alone, but now I really want to read the first and second book as well

    ☉ [PDF / Epub] ☆ Book Lover By Jennifer Kaufman ❤ – 9facts.co.uk sensible sort not a self assured scoundrel like her new neighbour ❮Epub❯ ➣ Secret Delivery / Her 24-Hour Protector ➢ Author Delores Fossen – 9facts.co.uk Lord Gray Although she s sure there s to him than meets the eye But after that first captivating kiss [BOOKS] ⚣ Kholodovs Last Mistress Author Kate Hewitt – 9facts.co.uk she s certainly left wanting Wow, such a delightful read it was, it was a distillation of happiness, laughers and romantic scenes plus some actions by the end.I do adore Virginia Heath s work, it asks me a littletime to read because she uses so many different words than the usuals, so I need always to slow down my reading to fully enjoy the story in all its details and its beauty.Everything began with Thea coming face to backside, with a very bare arse when she first meets Gray, who was gallivanting in his birthday su Wow, such a delightful read it was, it was a distillation of happiness, laughers and romantic scenes plus some actions by the end.I do adore Virginia Heath s work, it asks me a littletime to read because she uses so many different words than the usuals, so I need always to slow down my reading to fully enjoy the story in all its details and its beauty.Everything began with Thea coming face to backside, with a very bare arse when she first meets Gray, who was gallivanting in his birthday suit in a pond after a run following his silly and sweet mutt Trefor.Just this opening scene was hilarious, from Harriet, Thea s widowed friend to them and of course Trefor and his antics.Between their funny banters, their witty stormy discussions, their heated glances, it was so refreshing and full of life, plus if you add all the different protagonists in the mix, you have a very cheerful and full of spirit read.Of course, it isthan a compilation of words, it was also a mystery to solve and the healing of two wounded souls.Lord Graham Chadwick s life was shaped by a betrayal a decade ago, he went from a young buck in love only wanting to breed horse for a living to a spy having seen the world with its worst and its best Also since, he has closed his heart, hardening it to avoid another crashing But Miss Theodora Cranford stirs something in him he thought long dead for years Despite his mission, he is drawn to her, she is a beacon to him and his undoing.Thea learned an harsh lesson some years ago, first to avoid men at all cost, they areinterested in her dowry than in her, then each time she loses her temper, something bad arrives So much, she now refuses to follow her heart, persuaded she has bad tastes regarding men, and then to avoidheartaches, she has bottled her fiery temper and refuses to let it out But around Gray, Impetuous Thea seems to have a mind of her own and can t stand to stay anyin its box It was cute to see Thea battling with the two sides of her personality, the emotional one against the Sensible Thea, the one who tries to be reasonable With Gray s help, she will accept who she really is and reconciles herself with her true self While she will open his eyes and makes him see what he is missing by keeping his heart closed.Even if it is only underlined, there is a second romance going on between Lord Fenni and Harriet, which was so much fun to follow There are also the other protagonists like Thea s uncle or her aunt, each character is perfectly worked and presented with enough background to make it alive and with depth.So a big fat 5 stars for this very entertaining and enjoyable read.Some of my favorite quotes Such pursuits do wonders for a gentleman s buttocks In my humble opinion, there is nothing better than a pert pair of cheeks encased in tight buckskin Her incorrigible older friend had a wicked glint in her eye Did I ever tell you I seduced him first I take back everything I said about buckskin, Thea It is vastly overrated Shamelessly, her friend barged past no doubt to get a closer look I d have paid good money to see my niece mute for once I had thought such a miracle impossible I d shamelessly imitate you and stroll about buck naked, too, if I thought it would get me any peace, but the sight would likely send all the servants running for the hills before it silenced her and then who would carry me downstairs I was hardly mute, Uncle Harriet said your jaw dropped to the floor and you were stuttering and spluttering while glowing crimson like a beetroot You ve haunted my dreams, Thea Have since the first day I met you I am severely sleep deprived Me, too He loved her earthy giggle Loved everything about her Loved that the mere thought of loving her didn t make him want to run But we are young and can sleep when we re dead Virginia Heath bounds back into form with The Disgraceful Lord Grey, the third book in her King s Elite series about group of gentlemen spies charged with putting a stop to the activities of a particularly elusive and dangerous smuggling ring with links to Napol on With the ring s operations now brought to a halt, all that remains is to cut off the head, so to speak, and unmask the person who s been pulling the strings, known only as The Boss The investigations of the King s Elite have na Virginia Heath bounds back into form with The Disgraceful Lord Grey, the third book in her King s Elite series about group of gentlemen spies charged with putting a stop to the activities of a particularly elusive and dangerous smuggling ring with links to Napol on With the ring s operations now brought to a halt, all that remains is to cut off the head, so to speak, and unmask the person who s been pulling the strings, known only as The Boss The investigations of the King s Elite have narrowed this down to one of two people and in this story, Lord Graham Chadwick Gray travels to Suffolk accompanied by Lord Fenni, the head of the King s Elite, in order to infiltrate the small social circle of Viscount Gislingham in continuance of the investigation.Unfortunately, however, he doesn t get off to the best of starts when Gislingham s niece happens upon him cavorting naked in the stream on the estate and then his huge dog, Trefor Gray is of Welsh descent, or at least he grew up there knocks her in as well.Oops.Miss Thea Cranford has lived with her uncle and aunt since the death of her parents, and at twenty three, remains unmarried She s heiress to an enormous fortune and a youthful infatuation for a man whose affection turned out to be for her money and not for her has made her very cautious when it comes to men, and guilt over her impulsive behaviour in the past has caused her to lock the side of herself she terms Impetuous Thea in a box and throw away the key Her closest friend, the widowed Lady Harriet Crudgington who is vivacious, funny and intent on living life to the full regularly encourages Thea to loosen the tight rein she has on herself, but with little or no success.Virginia Heath turns the spirited heroine meets buttoned up hero trope on its head here, as Thea tries to maintain a show of indifference to Gray while everything in her yearns to respond to his gentle flirtations and humorous banter He s a truly charming hero who, while being an inveterate flirt, is never pushy or overly familiar with Thea he s kind, compassionate and very level headed and self aware in a way few romantic heroes are An incredibly irresponsible action a decade earlier ruined him financially, caused a huge scandal and as a result, he left England and travelled the world on merchant ships Older and wiser now, he recognises that those events were the making of him and even though he can t deny he d rather not have beggared himself and been disowned by his family, he s not one for brooding over the past and things he can t change.When Fenni suggests that Gray s scandalous past may be just the thing to recommend him to the subject of their investigation, Gray is surprised to find himself somewhat dismayed at the idea of having to play up to his reputation as a bit of a ne er do well, especially given Thea s obvious reluctance to have anything to do with him He s smitten with her and he knows it and the last thing he wants is for her to believe him to be the sort of reprobate she s had dealings with before, a man interested only in her money but that s the part he ll have to play if he s to uncover the identity of The Boss, impress Fenni, and earn a much desired promotion He must put aside all thought of Gislingham s gorgeous albeit repressed niece and get on with the job at hand.The Disgraceful Lord Gray is an entertaining, very readable historical romance featuring a pair of attractive, well matched characters, a strongly drawn supporting cast, a secondary romance and a large and affectionate dog in which Gray is as he should be the star of the show He s a thoroughly decent chap, he s comfortable in his own skin and he s learned from his mistakes he s funny, insightful and a little bit naughty as all good heroes are and refreshingly different from all those damaged, darkly brooding heroes we re so used to in the genre.Thea, on the other hand, is a little generic, although I liked her sense of humour and her intelligence I did find her tendency to refer to herself in the third person Impetuous Thea a little irritating, but that s a really minor niggle, and not something that detracted from my enjoyment of the novel as a whole.Virginia Heath s agile, witty and insightful writing shines once again, and I m pleased to recommend this latest King s Elite novel to fans of character driven historical romance Romantic, rousing, and entertaining The Disgraceful Lord Gray is set in the Suffolk countryside during 1820 and features the feisty, willful Theodora Cranford who may unexpectedly find herself in need of a hero, as well as the dashing, yet jaded Lord Gray who may finally have found the right woman to give his heart to.The prose is witty and authentic The characters are warm, passionate, and mischievous, including the lovable, four legged, incorrigible Trefor And the plot is an amusing, mysteri Romantic, rousing, and entertaining The Disgraceful Lord Gray is set in the Suffolk countryside during 1820 and features the feisty, willful Theodora Cranford who may unexpectedly find herself in need of a hero, as well as the dashing, yet jaded Lord Gray who may finally have found the right woman to give his heart to.The prose is witty and authentic The characters are warm, passionate, and mischievous, including the lovable, four legged, incorrigible Trefor And the plot is an amusing, mysterious mix of Regency lifestyle, scoundrel behaviour, family drama, attraction, humorous antics, espionage, mishaps, danger, and romance.Overall, The Disgraceful Lord Gray is a lighthearted, engaging, delightful read that s perfect for anyone who loves historical romance with a side of adventure And even though it s the third book in The King s Elite series, it can certainly be read and enjoyed as a standalone novel.Thank you to Virginia Heath and Rachel s Random Resources for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review I received this book by Rachel s Random Resources blog tour in exchange for an honest review, thank you so much to Rachel and Virginia for giving me the opportunity to read and review The Disgraceful Lord Gray Oh my, my, my what an amazing and fun book was The Disgraceful Lord Gray I absolutely and thoroughly loved everything about it I am so glad and happy that I decided to join the blog tour for this book because I really been wanted to get back into readinghistorical romance bo I received this book by Rachel s Random Resources blog tour in exchange for an honest review, thank you so much to Rachel and Virginia for giving me the opportunity to read and review The Disgraceful Lord Gray Oh my, my, my what an amazing and fun book was The Disgraceful Lord Gray I absolutely and thoroughly loved everything about it I am so glad and happy that I decided to join the blog tour for this book because I really been wanted to get back into readinghistorical romance books especially if it is set in the Regency era And The Disgraceful Lord Gray did not disappoint me at all I had so much fun reading this book from the very beginning to the very end Now I don t want to go into any details about this book without being to spoiler but I will say the beginning of the book was a great start to begin the story, and it had me absolutely swoony for Lord Gray from the very start Especially when Miss Theodora Cranford aka Thea first meet Lord Grey at the Brooke with his adorable dog and she was really blushing as red as an apple to head to toe, I really don t blame Thea for making a complete fool of herself I would of made a complete fool outta myself as well if I ever meet a man like Lord Gray by the Brooke And that s why I love Thea so much I connected to her quickly I loved her personality so much she reminds me so much about myself she is also very stubborn hardhead woman that has an impetuous nature that she locked away but she is also a very beautiful, loyal, bluntly honest woman she loves her family to death and she will do anything to help or save them She has and wants to find an honorable, sensible suitor and to marry for love and not a suitor who is after her fortune especially not a suitor who is not a self assured scoundrel or a disgraceful lord like Lord Gray Ahh Lord Gray is a wild child at heart and he does not go by the rules of society at all he likes to broke them and be free spirited as well That what I love about Lord Gray he is a wild and very free spirited man but he is also a really loyal, kind hearted, man with a big heart made of gold even though that he guarded his heart for the past ten years after he was completely backstabbed and hurt from a past love That is until Lord Gray first meets Thea by the Brooke he felt an instant connection to her and he wanted to knowabout her But Lord Gray has to keep a secret from Thea and it close to her family especially her uncle Edward now I won t say why Gray wants to get close to Thea and her uncle because that it spoiler you just have to read this book and find out what I am talking about Now Gray and Thea banter and flirt left and right and have fun with each other even though Thea tries to distance herself from Gray But both Thea and Gray can t help their deep attraction and connection they have with each other thethey both spendtime together I absolutely love the slow burn love that both Gray and Thea had in this amazing book it just made them both complete each other in every way to learn and knowabout each in The Disgraceful Lord Gray Now at the end of this book, Thea does find out what secret Gray was hiding from her and what one family member was also hiding from her but will Gray s and Thea s love be saved at the end You just have to read The Disgraceful Lord Gray to find out what happens next All and all I absolutely love and enjoyed everything about The Disgraceful Lord Gray even though this is the third book from The King s Elite series but it is ok to read as a stand alone, but now I really want to read the first and second book as well"/>
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About the Author: Virginia Heath

When lifelong insomniac Virginia Heath was a little girl, she made up stories in her head to help pass the time while she was staring at the ceiling She did this every night for over forty years until one day, she decided to embrace the insomnia and start writing them down Now, to her absolute delight and utter astonishment, her slightly racy Regency Romcoms are published in many languages all across the globe Amongst them are her critically acclaimed Wild Warriners and King s Elite series for Harlequin Historical Unashamedly addicted to happily ever afters and terminally cheerful, Virginia cannot wait to launch NEVER FALL FOR YOUR FIANCEE, the first book in her upcoming Merriwell Sisters trilogy with St Martin s Press loose into the world.When she isn t furiously writing romance fuelled on far too much English tea, she likes to travel to far off places, shop for things she doesn t need and drag her devoted Labrador Trevor on long walks around her native London And in case you were wondering, two Romantic Novel of the Year Award nominations and eighteen books later, it still takes Virginia forever to fall asleep.You can find her procrastinating online on her busy Facebook page and at www.virginiaheathromance.com


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