“Romance the way it was meant to be,” raves Kathe Robin of Romantic Times Magazine about Cynthia Wright’s 13 “classic” historical romances.
A reader says: “Her warm, adventurous, loving stories match Kathleen Woodiwiss in sensuality, but have a wholesome sweetness and zest all their own.”
Cynthia Wright launched her career as a bestselling novelist in 1977 with the publication of CAROLINE, when she was twenty-three. She went on to write 12 more beloved and acclaimed historical romances set in Colonial America, Regency England & America, Medieval England & France, and the American West. Seven of these, the intertwined Raveneau Novels and Beauvisage Novels, have special places on the keeper shelves of readers around the world.
Cynthia’s novels have won many awards from Romantic Times and Affaire de Coeur, but her favorites are messages from readers like this one: “Your books show love the way you want your own relationship to be: real AND romantic!” After taking a break from writing for several years, Cynthia is excited to be back as an “indie” author, bringing all 13 of her novels back as eBooks (newly edited, with gorgeous new covers!). She will also release a new Raveneau novel, TEMPEST, in 2012.
Today, Cynthia lives in northern California with her husband, Alvaro, in a 1930’s Spanish cottage. When they aren’t riding their tandem road bike or traveling in their 1959 vintage airstream, she loves spending time with her family, especially her two young grandsons. Cynthia is also a college student who says, “It’s never too late to re-write the story of your own life!”
Where to find Cynthia Wright online
Touch the Sun (The Beauvisage Novels, Book 2)
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
In 1789, on the eve of the first Presidential inauguration, charismatic Lion Hampshire aspires to a seat in Congress. To improve his rakish reputation, he agrees to an arranged marriage with Virginia-bred Priscilla Wade. However, his fiancée's headstrong lady's maid, Meagan, is not who she seems to be and Lion's plans may be undone by his passion for the wrong woman...
Smuggler's Moon (The Raveneaus in Cornwall, Book 1)
Join wickedly handsome Lord Sebastian Trevarre and feisty Julia Faircloth for a tale of thrilling, sensual enchantment that includes a bride switch in 1798 Bath, reckless smuggling in Cornwall, and new adventures with Andre & Devon Raveneau!
“Cynthia Wright is a gem among writers!” ~ Literary Times
A marriage of convenience in the Gilded Age…
Heiress Catherine Beasley Parrish has been groomed all her life to marry an English duke.
But, when she meets Adam Raveneau, a rakish new viscount, Cathy awakens to a destiny worth fighting for.
Can two people who wed for all the wrong reasons find the courage to create a lasting love?
(5.00 from 1 review)
Fox Matthews, a guilty survivor of Little Bighorn, is in no mood for love, but when he meets proper Madeleine Avery in rollicking Deadwood, passion kindles in spite of the obstacles between them.
FIREBLOSSOM is a tale of cultures colliding and the bittersweet, tender journey of Fox and Maddie as they discover the secrets of their own hearts.
You and No Other (St. Briac Novel #1)
Is this splendid knight brave enough to withstand one delicate maiden and her impetuous masquerade? Passion, laughter, and intrigue in Renaissance France.
Surrender the Stars (The Raveneau Novels #2)
Dark and dashing Ryan Coleraine and studious Lindsay Raveneau masquerade as brother and sister in Regency London, spying for America during the War of 1812. Sparks fly and passions mount in this enchanting historical adventure!
Spring Fires (The Beauvisage Novels #3)
A Romantic Times “All Time Favorite” selection for 1984. Gold rating!
At the dawn of a new nation – the captivating tale of a headstrong woman and an irresistible rogue for whom love is the ultimate challenge! Another "keeper" from Cynthia Wright.
Silver Storm (The Raveneau Novels #1)
(4.86 from 7 reviews)
Dashing and dangerous Andre Raveneau is the Revolutionary War’s most reckless privateer captain when Devon Lindsay stows away aboard his ship after her Connecticut town has been burned by the British. Raveneau sardonically agrees to deliver her to her childhood sweetheart in Virginia but doesn’t count on his own potent attraction to the enchanting, courageous Devon.
Caroline (The Beauvisage Novels)
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
The year is 1783 and rakish Alexandre Beauvisage is returning from the Revolutionary War when he discovers Caroline, with no memory of her past, in the Connecticut woods. Against his better judgment, he takes the lovely foundling with him to his home in Philadelphia and finds his life increasingly complicated as the fiery attraction between them builds and Caro's dangerous past reaches
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