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Anna Campbell


Anna Campbell was born in Brisbane, Australia, and grew up on an avocado farm with views of Moreton Bay and Stradbroke Island. She got an idea for her first novel: a dark, sexy Regency historical about a duke who wants to marry his mistress, London's most notorious courtesan. And No Ordinary Duchess, which Avon released in April 2007 as Claiming the Courtesan, was born. Since then, Avon has accepted her second book, Untouched, which is a December 2007 release in America. Anna's stories will be released in Italy, Germany, Russia, and Australia. "It's all been such a whirlwind, my feet have hardly touched the ground!"

Genres: Historical Romance
Anna Campbell recommends
Every Time We Kiss (2009)
(Spinsters Club, book 2)
Christie Kelley
"A sexy Cinderella story - racy and romantic!"
The Surrender of a Lady (2010)
(Victorian Romance, book 1)
Tiffany Clare
"Dazzling, daring and different!... Will have you turning the pages until you finish, no matter how late it gets."
Tainted By Temptation (2011)
Katy Madison
"A firecracker of a book... grabs the classic gothic romance and sets it ablaze."
Something About Joe (2012)
Kandy Shepherd
"Wonderful, warm and wise, Something About Joe will steal your heart."
The Dark Lady (2013)
(Mad Passions, book 1)
Máire Claremont (Eva Devon)
"Will keep you hooked to the very last page."
Gather the Bones (2013)
Alison Stuart
"Gather The Bones is breathtakingly romantic. This moving and dramatic love story will haunt you long after you turn the last page."
Night Storm (2014)
(Bones & Gemstones, book 1)
Tracey Devlyn
"A breathtaking world of passion, danger, and intrigue."
Claimed by the Rogue (2015)
(Claimed )
Hope Tarr
"Sexy and smart, intriguing and compelling, Hope Tarr’s books always keep me up late turning the pages."
Josette (2015)
(When Hearts Dare, book 3)
Kathleen Bittner Roth
"An exciting new voice in historical romance."
Unmasking Miss Appleby (2016)
(Baleful Godmother, book 1)
Emily Larkin
"Sexy, unusual, and vastly entertaining. The best historical romance I've read this year."
Bringing Down the Duke (2019)
(League of Extraordinary Women, book 1)
Evie Dunmore
"Bringing Down the Duke is the best historical romance I’ve read all year. I was spellbound by this story of forbidden love between a spirited, clever Suffragette heroine and her straitlaced duke, a man who proves that fire burns hottest when it’s under ice. Evie Dunmore is a marvelous, fresh new voice in romance who is sure to go far. Don’t miss her brilliant debut!"

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