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Miranda Neville
I grew up in southwest England. During my misspent youth I devoured the works of Georgette Heyer, Jean Plaidy and any other historical novels I could lay hands on. As a result I attended the University of Oxford to study history, ignoring all hints that economics might be a more practical... show more

I grew up in southwest England. During my misspent youth I devoured the works of Georgette Heyer, Jean Plaidy and any other historical novels I could lay hands on. As a result I attended the University of Oxford to study history, ignoring all hints that economics might be a more practical subject. I spent several years writing catalogues of rare books and original letters and manuscripts for Sotheby's auction house in London and New York. Much of my time in this job was spent reading the personal correspondence of the famous. This confirmed my suspicion that the most interesting thing about history is people.I now live in Vermont where I enjoy skiing and writing romances set in Regency England where it hardly ever snows.
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Tea, Rain, Book
Tea, Rain, Book rated it 2 years ago
The book features four short stories that occur during a two week house party/wedding celebration in Dorset. The stories overlap each other time wise, so you see MCs from one story in a scene in a different story. I just averaged the individual stories ratings to get an overall rating of 3 stars (...
Ilze
Ilze rated it 3 years ago
A second collection of novellas from the same authors who published "Christmas in the Duke's Arms" for the Christmas season last year. I really enjoyed the Christmas set, so I was hoping for something just as delightful this time. But unfortunately this new set isn't quite as good, IMHO. Grace Bur...
Hopeless Romantic
Hopeless Romantic rated it 3 years ago
Superb! Any fan of historical romance will enjoy Dancing In The Duke's Arms. This romantic anthology allowed me to discovery authors that I may not have read before. Each author adds their own unique voice enabling readers to escape into a world of beauty, majesty and fairytale romance. The beaut...
Ilze
Ilze rated it 4 years ago
I read the first three stories in this collection (don't care for paranormal stuff, so skipped the last one by Katharine Ashe). They're all delightful! The stories are set at a house party to celebrate the Duke of Wessex' wedding to Miss Helen Grey. Highly recommended for when you need a break fro...
Malin
Malin rated it 4 years ago
Miss Anne Brotherton, supporting character of The Importance of Being Wicked and jilted once the Duke initially courting her fell head over heels for her widowed cousin instead, now has to fend off eager suitors everywhere she turns in London. Every man becomes a fortune hunter when faced with the r...
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