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Elizabeth Bailey
Elizabeth Bailey grew up in Africa with unconventional parents, where she loved reading and drama. On returning to England, she developed her career in acting, theatre directing and finally writing.Elizabeth has 18 novels published by Harlequin Mills & Boon and two Georgian crimes, The Gilded... show more

Elizabeth Bailey grew up in Africa with unconventional parents, where she loved reading and drama. On returning to England, she developed her career in acting, theatre directing and finally writing.Elizabeth has 18 novels published by Harlequin Mills & Boon and two Georgian crimes, The Gilded Shroud and The Deathly Portent, with Berkley Books (Penguin US). Her dual time novel Fly The Wild Echoes (a contender for the Booker Prize in 2005) is now followed by For One More Tomorrow, where the ghost of the real Macbeth returns, protesting his villainous portrayal by Shakespeare. And she has published a romantic suspense novella, Silence of a Stranger.Elizabeth is also publishing new historical romances, of which Mademoiselle at Arms, The Conqueror's Dilemma, A Lady in Name, Fated Folly and An Undesirable Liaison are currently available in digital format.
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Hooked on Books
Hooked on Books rated it 5 years ago
I actually finished this book sometime ago. I dont know why I didnt review it- must have forgot. Anyways, I like the series & I like Lady Fan's character. She stands up to all of the town gossips etc. I also like her husband & glad that he is supportive of her which is not common in that era. I wil...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 6 years ago
The first, Lord Ravensden's Marriage is a fun but typical story of a man attracted to one sister who runs away, to find that maybe that isn't the sister he wants. The second is a story of a woman who keeps turning down marriage proposals but finds herself torn over her last one. He's very determi...
the reader of books
the reader of books rated it 7 years ago
This was about 150 pages too long, there were too many extraneous, totally pointless characters and the main character and her husband were insufferable, condescending, entitled snobs. Don't get me wrong - I love mysteries where aristocrats (I will settle for upper middle class in a pinch) potter ab...
Leslie's Book Fort
Leslie's Book Fort rated it 8 years ago
I did enjoy this book despite the ridiculously easy solution to the "mystery," but I am not a romance fan, and this was definitely more romance than mystery. Also, while the historical setting and language appeared to be accurate, the characters seemed to me to be modern people put in front of an 18...
Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it 11 years ago
While a good book, I found the heroine to be too immature and innocent. She was way too naive and thought poorly of the hero who was clearly a very decent man.
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