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Bronwyn Scott
Bronwyn Scott writes historical romances for Harlequin, Mills and Boon. She has over forty titles currently in print with them.Bronwyn's 2009 novel, The Viscount Claims His Bride was a RomCon finalist for best short historical, as was her 2011 release, A Thoroughly Compromised Lady. Bronwyn... show more

Bronwyn Scott writes historical romances for Harlequin, Mills and Boon. She has over forty titles currently in print with them.Bronwyn's 2009 novel, The Viscount Claims His Bride was a RomCon finalist for best short historical, as was her 2011 release, A Thoroughly Compromised Lady. Bronwyn enjoys learning foreign languages, traveling, and history.
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Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 5 months ago
Two pairs of couples who have to work through scandal to their happiness, I liked both stories but loved Bronwyn Scott's Dancing with the Duke's Heir, Vale and Viola were my kind of people.
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Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 1 year ago
In trying to reduce the stash of Mills and Boon Historicals beside my desk I may have burnt out my patience for the tropes for the moment. This one isn't bad, not too much cliche. However the Hero's name... I'm sorry, it took me 3 minutes to establish that Casek was a Czech surname, very not Irish...
Witches' Tea Shop
Witches' Tea Shop rated it 1 year ago
Romance Bingo - Pirates square This book needed to be about 30 or so pages shorter to really work for me. Elise was a smart heroine up to her starting her affair with Dorian, then the horniness took over her brain and she had more than a couple of TSTL moments. However, I have to give it to the au...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 2 years ago
Fun romance with archaeology
Witches' Tea Shop
Witches' Tea Shop rated it 2 years ago
Despite some serious cheese at the onset of this book (look at that title, look at the name of the series - fine grade A Harlequin cheese right there), this was a really good book. I definitely rooted for the couple (Annorah and Nick). Seriously, this couple had conversations, comparing notes on how...
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