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Manda Collins spent her teen years wishing she'd been born a couple ofcenturies earlier, preferably in the English countryside. Time travel beingwhat it is, she resigned herself to life with electricity and indoorplumbing, and read lots of books. An affinity for books led to a graduatedegree in English, followed by another in Librarianship. By day, she worksas an academic librarian at a small liberal arts college, where she teachescollege students how to navigate the tangled world of academic research. Anative of coastal Alabama, Manda lives in the house her mother grew up inwith two cats, two dogs, sometimes her sister, and always more books thanstrictly necessary.

Genres: Historical Romance
New Books
March 2023

A Spinster's Guide to Danger and Dukes
(Lady's Guide, book 3)
Manda Collins recommends
The Wisteria Society of Lady Scoundrels (2021)
(Dangerous Damsels, book 1)
India Holton
"With a piratical heroine who would rather be reading and a hero whose many disguises hide a (slightly tarnished) heart of gold, The Wisteria Society of Lady Scoundrels is the perfect diversion for a rainy afternoon with a cup of tea. What fun!"
The Undertaking of Hart and Mercy (2022)
(Hart and Mercy, book 1)
Megan Bannen
"Megan Bannen broke me, made me laugh, then put me back together again. . . The Undertaking of Hart and Mercy is one of those books you'll be thinking about long after you've read the last page."
The Secret Lives of Country Gentlemen (2023)
(Doomsday , book 1)
KJ Charles
"With sparkling prose, evocative descriptions of its coastal locale, and unforgettable characters, The Secret Lives of Country Gentlemen is a romantic, swashbuckling tale from start to finish. K. J. Charles is not to be missed by any reader who loves Regency Romance."

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