Award winning Australian author, Alison Stuart learned her passion for history from her father. She has been writing stories since her teenage years but it was not until 2007 that her first full length novel was published. A past president of the Romance Writers of Australia, Alison has now published seven full length historical romances and a collection of her short stories. Many of her stories have been shortlisted for international awards and BY THE SWORD won the 2008 EPIC Award for Best Historical Romance.
Her inclination for writing about soldier heroes may come from her varied career as a lawyer in the military and fire services. These days when she is not writing she is travelling and routinely drags her long suffering husband around battlefields and castles.
Readers can connect with Alison at her website, Facebook, Twitter and Goodreads.
England 1643: When Captain Luke Collyer is sent by Sir John Felton to defend Kinton Lacey Castle, he faces a challenge to his authority as fierce as the cavalier foe outside the walls in Sir John’s daughter, Deliverance. As betrayal surfaces, they must learn to trust each other and uncover the traitor within the castle walls before it is too late for the castle... or their hearts.
As Napoleon makes his last great bid for power, he will meet an Iron Duke and an indomitable force of English and allied troops in the fields just south of a little village called Waterloo.
The events of June 18, 1815 will change the tide of world events and Sebastian Alder’s life forever
Dr. Jessica Shepherd's peaceful summer afternoon is shattered by the abrupt arrival of a wounded soldier claiming to be from the seventeenth century.
If he is to be believed, Nathaniel Preston has crossed three hundred years bringing with him the turmoil of civil war and a request for help that Jess can’t ignore...
In the shadow of the Great War, Helen Morrow and the wounded and reclusive Paul are haunted not only by the horrors of the trenches but ghosts from another time and another conflict. To achieve peace they must solve not only the old mystery but lay to rest the ghosts of their own past.