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Anne Gracie


Anne Gracie was born in Australia but grew up in many places, including Scotland, Malaysia and Greece. Anne's books have won prizes in Australia and the USA and have been translated into many languages. Anne has worked as a teacher for much of her adult life, and still teaches adults how to read. She also keeps bees.

Genres: Historical Romance, Romance

Series contributed to
Tudors (with Michael Hirst)
   1. The King, the Queen, and the Mistress (2007)
Anne Gracie recommends
Nina Tempted the Lord (2014)
(When Honey Got Married, book 1)
Kelly Hunter
"Kelly Hunter delivers sizzle with a smile."
Unmasking Miss Appleby (2016)
(Baleful Godmother, book 1)
Emily Larkin
"I loved it! Regency-era romp with a twist of magic. I can't wait for the next in the Baleful Godmother series."
How To Catch a Sinful Marquess (2020)
(Disreputable Debutantes, book 3)
Amy Rose Bennett
"Amy Rose Bennett is a fresh new voice in historical romance with a flair for historical atmosphere."
The Duke Undone (2021)
(Duke Undone, book 1)
Joanna Lowell
"I really loved this book--in fact, I couldn't put it down. It's a fabulous feast of a story that plunges you into the Victorian era with all its levels and complications -- into the art world and among aristocrats and slum-dwellers. There's tension, adventure, derring-do, a fight against corruption on several levels, a rich cast of characters and a hero and heroine to admire and cheer for. All in all, a rich and heartwarming historical romance. Highly recommended."
Miss Lattimore's Letter (2021)
Suzanne Allain
"Suzanne Allain is a fresh new voice in historical romance. Mr. Malcolm’s List is a charming, light-hearted confection, with humor, sparkling banter and gently simmering romantic tension; in other words, classic Regency romance."

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