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Evie Dunmore



Debut author Evie Dunmore wrote BRINGING DOWN THE DUKE inspired by the magical scenery of Oxford and her passion for romance, women pioneers, and all things Victorian. In her civilian life, she is a consultant with a M.Sc. in Diplomacy from Oxford. She is a member of the British Romantic Novelists' Association (RNA). Evie lives in Germany and pours her persistent longing for Britain into her writing.
 

Genres: Historical Romance
 
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The Bromance Book Club (2019)
(Bromance Book Club, book 1)
Lyssa Kay Adams
"A delightful, fast-paced read with the perfect mix of laugh-out-loud and swoony moments - every town should have a Bromance Book Club."
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Who Rescued Who (2020)
Victoria Schade
"The engrossing, evocative prose whisked me away to an utterly charming British chocolate box village, where I would have loved to stay. Who Rescued Who is certainly a special treat for dog lovers, but also for anyone who enjoys a multi-layered story about finally finding a family in every sense."
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Love on Beach Avenue (2020)
(Sunshine Sisters, book 1)
Jennifer Probst
"I could feel the ocean breeze on my face as I turned the pages. Love on Beach Avenue is chock-full with magic ingredients: a dreamy sea-side, a starchy hero with a tiny dog, sparkling wit, and fabulous female friendship—a must-read romance!"
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The Roommate (2020)
(Shameless , book 1)
Rosie Danan
"Nuanced, funny, super steamy and surprisingly tender, The Roommate raises the bar for rom coms in 2020 - a smashing debut, and I can't wait for more by Rosie Danan!"
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The Heiress Gets a Duke (2021)
(Gilded Age Heiresses, book 1)
Harper St George
"The Heiress Gets a Duke is a charming, compulsively readable delight and I can't wait for the next book from Harper St George's magical pen!"
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The Kindred Spirits Supper Club (2021)
Amy E Reichert
"Delicious, heart-warming, and a ghost who wears Chanel? Unsurprisingly, I found The Kindred Spirits Supper Club utterly unputdownable!"
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Dead Dead Girls (2021)
(Harlem Renaissance Mystery, book 1)
Nekesa Afia
"Tightly paced, razor sharp, and with a wonderful no-nonsense protagonist, Dead Dead Girls made me fly through the pages. Ms Afia is one to watch."
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To Sir, With Love (2021)
Lauren Layne
"A charming, swoony, funny, must-read delight of a book! Unexpected side-effect: I now crave a champagne tasting in Manhattan with an oh-so-handsome business rival."
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Never Fall for Your Fiancee (2021)
(Merriwell Sisters, book 1)
Virginia Heath
"Filled with fabulously British banter, wit, and heart, this delightful book is one of my must-read rom coms of the year."
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The Paris Bookseller (2022)
Kerri Maher
"The Paris Bookseller is at once a moving love letter to 1920s Paris, an insight into The Lost Generation, and an ode to a woman's fight for freedom. It brings to life the all-consuming relationship between a bookseller and a work of art in such a compelling way that I couldn't stop turning the pages, and I closed the book yearning for a place like Shakespeare and Company. A sparkling read."
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The Siren of Sussex (2022)
(Belles of London, book 1)
Mimi Matthews
"Unflinching, tender, and moving, the delicately crafted The Siren of Sussex might just be my favourite work from Mimi Matthews; it certainly is one of my favourite historical romance reads this year."
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A Brush with Love (2022)
Mazey Eddings
"Prepare to smile, laugh, and cry your way through this witty, fast-paced rom-com!"

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