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Julia Kelly

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Julia Kelly writes sexy historical and contemporary romances about smart women and the men who love them. She picked up her first romance novel and the bad habit of reading well past her bedtime when she was 13. Years later as a Journalism graduate student at Columbia University, she decided to try writing romances of her own and never looked back. During the day, Julia is an Emmy-nominated journalist in New York City where she chases breaking news and bosses reporters around. She never met a pair of stilettos she didn't love and still stays up too late reading.

Genres: Historical, Historical Romance
Series contributed to
One Week in Love
   1. One Week in Wyoming (2014) (with Alexis Anne, Alexandra Haughton and Audra North)
   2. One Week in Hawaii (2015) (with Alexis Anne, Alexandra Haughton and Audra North)
   Seduction in the Snow (2016)
   The Wedding Week (2016)
Julia Kelly recommends
The Chelsea Girls (2019)
Fiona Davis
"A dazzling story of loyalty, friendship, and betrayal in 1950s bohemian New York amid the danger of the Red Scare. It will leave readers wishing they could spend a night at the Chelsea Hotel for a taste of Broadway glamour and a well-shaken cocktail."
Spitfire (2020)
(Livy Nash Mystery, book 1)
M L Huie
"Gritty and glamorous, Spitfire races through the streets of post-war London and Paris in a twisting story of intrigue and betrayal . . . Livy Nash is exactly my kind of heroine."
Summer Darlings (2020)
Brooke Lea Foster
"Foster has written a compelling coming-of-age story that exposes the sparkling glamour and dark underbelly of the haves and have nots in the 1960s. Summer Darlings is utterly atmospheric and compelling."
Letters Across the Sea (2021)
Genevieve Graham
"A beautiful book that tells a little-known chapter of history with incredible humanity. From the neighbourhoods of Toronto to the battlefields of Hong Kong, Genevieve Graham weaves exquisite research, nail-biting tension, and rich characters into a sweeping novel of courage, betrayal, and reconciliation. I loved it!"
Lost in Paris (2021)
Elizabeth Thompson
"Lost in Paris has everything I love in a book: the magic of a romantic location, the intrigue of a family mystery, and the nostalgia of another era. An utterly charming read!"
The Paris Apartment (2021)
Kelly Bowen
"Kelly Bowen's The Paris Apartment is a compelling story of two women navigating the dangers of occupied Paris with bravery and compassion. Bowen paints a richly layered picture of glamour, intrigue, and sacrifice that is at once heartbreaking and hopeful."
The War Nurse (2021)
Tracey Enerson Wood
"The War Nurse is a fascinating, intimate look at the true story of Julia Catherine Stimson and the incredible work she and her nurses did to save lives during World War I. Through careful research, this book shows the incredible bravery and compassion of women who find themselves in extraordinary situations."
When the Summer Was Ours (2021)
Roxanne Veletzos
"A sweeping, heartbreaking love story about how the smallest of choices can change our fates. Set against the backdrop of war and revolution, When Summer Was Ours is an artfully written story told with deep compassion. Historical fiction fans will love this book!"
The Wedding Veil (2022)
Kristy Woodson Harvey
"Kristy Woodson Harvey expertly weaves together the mystery of the missing Vanderbilt wedding veil with the stories of four incredible women, all searching for their independence, their purpose, and ultimately their happiness. Told with her signature wit and warmth, The Wedding Veil is as glittering as the women at the heart of it!"

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