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Amanda Quick



A pseudonym used by Jayne Ann Krentz

Amanda Quick, a pseudonym for Jayne Ann Krentz, is a New York Times bestselling, award-winning author of contemporary and historical romances.
She earned a B.A. in History from the University of California at Santa Cruz and went on to obtain a Masters degree in Library Science from San Jose State University in California.  Before she began writing full time she worked as a librarian in both academic and corporate libraries.
She is married and lives with her husband, Frank, in Seattle, Washington.

Genres: Historical Romance, Paranormal Romance, Romantic Suspense
 
Amanda Quick recommends
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Uncertain Magic (1987)
(Regency Tales , book 3)
Laura Kinsale
"First-rate... Laura Kinsale delivers powerful, unique romance."
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Black Silk (1991)
Judy Cuevas (Judith Ivory)
"Delightful, unpredictable, and very special."
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Heather and Velvet (1991)
(Brides of the Highlands, book 2)
Teresa Medeiros
"A terrific tale full of larger-than-life characters and thrilling romance."
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Past Promises (1993)
Jill Marie Landis
"Warmth, charm and appeal... guaranteed to satisfy."
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More Than Magic (1994)
Olga Bicos
"... A terrific writer who knows how to keep the reader turning the pages."
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Charmed (1995)
(Rossmara Family, book 2)
Stella Cameron
"The new mistress of romance."
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Scoundrel (1996)
(Montagues, book 3)
Elizabeth Elliott
"Elizabeth Elliott is an exciting find for romance readers everywhere."
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Shattered Rainbows (1996)
(Fallen Angels , book 5)
Mary Jo Putney
"A gifted writer... she makes romance work."
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The Proposition (1999)
Judith Ivory
"Judith Ivory writes lush, lyrical romance that seethes with passionate intensity."
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Honey (2000)
(Brides for all seasons, book 3)
Stef Ann Holm
"This is romance at its best."
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Lake in the Clouds (2002)
(Wilderness , book 3)
Sara Donati
"Each time you open a book, you hope to discover a story that will make your spirit of adventure and romance sing."
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To Catch a Wolf (2003)
(19th Century Werewolf, book 4)
Susan Krinard
"Susan Krinard was born to write romance."
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I Kissed an Earl (2010)
(Pennyroyal Green, book 4)
Julie Anne Long
"A fantastic writer."
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The Angel in My Arms (2011)
(Regency Rogues, book 2)
Stefanie Sloane
"Fabulous... everything readers of Regency romance crave."
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Let it be Me (2013)
(Blue Raven, book 5)
Kate Noble
"Kate Noble's writing is smart and sparkling."
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How to Catch a Wicked Viscount (2019)
(Disreputable Debutantes, book 1)
Amy Rose Bennett
"Infused with heat, energy, and glamour."
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Along Came a Lady (2021)
(All the Duke's Sins, book 1)
Christi Caldwell
"Christi Caldwell's crisp, sparkling writing is infused with emotion, passion, and a belief in the healing power of love. This is terrific Regency romance!"
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Miss Lattimore's Letter (2021)
Suzanne Allain
"Suzanne Allain delivers a fresh, spirited take on the classic Regency romp. Mr. Malcolm's List is a delightful tale that perfectly illustrates the enduring appeal of the Regency romance. It's all here—the fast, witty banter, the elegant ballrooms, the quirky characters, the charming, strong-willed heroine and the dashing hero who has a thing or two to learn about love."

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