Chick lit, historical, contemporary, fantasy, time-travel, paranormal romance
Jun 5th, 2012, 7:44 am
2 Novels by Stephanie Laurens
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Overview: Stephanie Laurens was born in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) but, at the age of 5, her family moved to Melbourne, Australia. She grew up there and attended university and achieved her Ph.D. in Biochemistry. She and her husband then moved to London. They made the trek to England, the old-fashioned way: overland. That unforgettable trip from Katmandu made a lasting impression on Stephanie. In England, she and her husband lived in a 16th century cottage in rural Kent. Later, they moved back to Australia and Laurens worked in cancer research. One day, she ran out of books to read and decided, in desperation, to write a Regency romance of her own. She did, and that manuscript became her first published work, Tangled Reins.
She lives in Melbourne, Australia with her husband and two cats.

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Melting Ice:
This is Stephanie Laurens's contribution from the anthology, My Scandalous Bride. Please note this is just "Melting Ice" and does not contain the complete My Scandalous Bride anthology.

A new year brings new scandal when a rake awakens in the bed of the flame-haired temptress who had seduced him years before. All of society has them bedded, but can he convince her to become wedded? Once, Dyan St. Laurent dare, Duke of Darke, dreamed of making Lady Fiona his bride. Now they're together again at a scandalous dinner party where debauchery is the menu's main course.

The Fall of Rogue Gerrard:
Robert "Rogue" Gerrard's reputation paints him as one of the ton's most notorious rakes. But once, long ago, he fell in love . . . and he's never forgotten the scintillating emotion he, then too young, turned his back on.
But one stormy night, he discovers himself stranded at an inn—with his childhood sweetheart, Lydia Makepeace, who has no business being there alone.
Lydia, meanwhile, is horrified to find the one man in England guaranteed to protect her—standing between her and the scandalous letter she must, simply must, retrieve.

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