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Edith Layton
Edith Layton (1938-2009) grew up in Queens, New York, and began writing when she was ten years old. She worked as a freelance writer for newspapers and magazines before publishing her first novel, THE DUKE'S WAGER, with Signet/NAL. She won numerous awards, starting in 1984 with The Romantic Times... show more

Edith Layton (1938-2009) grew up in Queens, New York, and began writing when she was ten years old. She worked as a freelance writer for newspapers and magazines before publishing her first novel, THE DUKE'S WAGER, with Signet/NAL. She won numerous awards, starting in 1984 with The Romantic Times Award for Best New Regency Author and The Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award: Best New Regency Author. She went on to publish over 30 novels and many more short stories. Much of her out-of-print backlist is being reissued by Untreed Reads, as well as never-before-published titles that will be coming soon. Edith Layton also published under her married name, Edith Felber. She was married for over 35 years to her physician husband, Dr. Norbert Felber, and produced three loving children, one of whom is writing this bio...
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Died: June 01, 2009
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WhiskeyintheJar Romance
WhiskeyintheJar Romance rated it 12 months ago
Task the Sixth: The Hanukkah: - Let the dreidel choose a book for you: create a list of four books, and assign a dreidel symbol to each one (Nun=miracle; Gimel=great; He=happened; Shin=there, i.e. Israel). Google "spin the dreidel," and a dreidel comes up for you to spin. Give it a spin and read th...
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Romance Book Reviews For You rated it 2 years ago
I did enjoy this book. It had the hurt,hard feeling rake with the innocent, loyal and loving heroine. It is a second release first printed back in 1984 I think..at still a good story today!
The More I Read. . .
The More I Read. . . rated it 2 years ago
Ugh! What an execrable title for such a good book! I've read a few reviews of HTSAB that were really quite critical of Daisy and Lee. But for me, these two are the shiny bits in this book. Though the story is not so unique as far as historicals go, I loved both Daisy and Lee and found them each unfo...
Ilze
Ilze rated it 3 years ago
Leonora, the daughter of Viscount Talwin, decided to never marry after a few misadventures and the destruction of her illusions about her father, among others, during her come-out year when she was 18. Now, 5 years later, she has returned to London for the Season in order to help a poor cousin, Anna...
Tina's Reading Books
Tina's Reading Books rated it 3 years ago
So about three or four years ago I got a box of old Regency romances at a yard sale. it turned out to be a goldmine. Full of (at the time out-of-print) Mary Balogh novels, some Joan Wolf and quite a few Edith Layton books. I glommed the Balogh books first. I think it took me a month. Just last ...
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