Lynn Kerstan, former college professor, folksinger, professional bridge player, and nun, is the award-winning author of nine Regency romances, seven historical romances, and several novellas. A dedicated traveler and lover of history, she writes romantic adventures set in early 19th-Century England, where intrepid women and elegant, dangerous men are to be found,
For many years a teacher of English literature and writing at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. and the University of San Diego, Kerstan now conducts popular-fiction workshops for writers groups and conferences.
When off-duty, she lives an exemplary life in Coronado, California, where she plots her stories while riding her boogie board, walking on the beach, and watching Navy SEALs jog by.
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A Change of Heart
A traditional Regency novella about a marriage of convenience that proves to be quite otherwise. At first, the newlyweds were blissfully happy, and now their first child is on its way. But neither is prepared for the challenges ahead. Elaine resents losing her dream of a London debut, while Philip can’t find any way to please her. A story about the making of a family and the triumph of love.
The Runaway Bride
A traditional Regency romance novella, chock full of humor, trouble, and the mysterious ways of the human heart.
At his first meeting with Miss Penelope Wright, Colonel Lord John Corbett fell head over heels in love and immediately tripped himself up. After proposing a speedy marriage, he is on his way to the London wedding when he spots her scarpering full speed in the opposite direction.
The Rake and the Spinster
Lady Magdalen Drewe, chaperone to her younger sisters at a summer houseparty, spots the notorious Earl of Keverne circling Allegra and resolves to send him packing. But he has other prey in mind and carries her off to his home, vowing to fulfill her every dream for a fortnight while sleekly covering his tracks and hers. So of course, she shoots him. And after that, things get really complicated.
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