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Ann Elizabeth Cree

Ann Elizabeth wrote her first books when she was five years old. She would dictate her stories (usually involving little girls who finally got a horse!) to her mother and after that would spend many hours doing the illustrations. She took a break from her budding writing career to attend grade school and high school, and then college. Her favorite form of daydreaming during that time was weaving exciting and romantic stories in her head. With the encouragement of a friend, she finally started putting those stories to paper nearly 30 years after she wrote her first books!

Before writing historical romances for Mills & Boon she worked as a nutritionist, and then as an auditor for the State of Idaho. She started writing before the birth of her first child and finished her first book during her maternity leave. She joined Romance Writers of America and her local chapter, Coeur du Bois, in 1994, and in 1995 won the RWA's Golden Heart Award for her unpublished manuscript, A Bargain with Fate. The manuscript caught the attention of a literary agent who went on to sell the manuscript to Mills & Boon.

Ann Elizabeth lives in Boise, Idaho, with her husband and two lively school-age sons. Their family also includes two eccentric cats and a house rabbit. In addition to writing, she loves to garden and plays the piano and oboe. And, of course, reads as much as she can.

Genres: Historical Romance, Romance
   A Bargain with Fate (1998)
   Lord Rotham's Wager (2000)
   The Marriage Truce (2000)
   My Lady's Prisoner (2001)
   The Duke's Mistress (2002)
   The Viscount's Bride (2003)
   The Venetian's Mistress (2005)

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