N J Dorrian began her career acting in theater, followed by casting for film and television before finally settling down to write novels. Her other series work is A Wuthering Heights Variation based on the classic romance by Emily Brontë.
In addition to writing literary romance and noir-style women’s fiction, N J Dorrian has three literary mysteries written under a pen name. The author lives on twenty-two forested acres in Quebec where she writes full-time.
A four-book series based on the classic romantic novel, Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. Weaving fact and fiction, the series offers a fresh interpretation of Wuthering Heights and attempts to solve an enduring literary mystery.
Emily Brontë was twenty-seven-years-old when she began writing Wuthering Heights in 1845.
What had inspired the story, no one could say, least of all Emily. The author was an enigma.
If her diaries had survived, what would they have revealed about the author and the story behind the story? How did an unworldly curate’s daughter dream up such a creature as Heathcliff and more significantly—why?
The series offers an answer to these questions while honouring Emily Brontë’s original work.
The second in a four-book series based on Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. Heathcliff leaves the Heights to find his father and exact his revenge. Heartsick, Catherine agrees to marry Edgar Linton to save Hindley from ruin. Heathcliff’s return three years later prompts an ecstatic reunion between the two lovers that has tragic consequences. Emily struggles with revealing the salacious details.
Based on the classic romantic novel, Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. Unaware that she is dead, Cathy raps on the lattice window of her old bedroom to rouse Heathcliff to let her in. She has found her way home at last after getting lost on the moor, but it is not Heathcliff's face that greets her. As Cathy sets out to find him, she remembers their love and the cruel twists that split them apart