Author Renée Reynolds grew up all over the world as the daughter of a globe-trotting Marine father and spirited and supportive mother. Their family motto was you can never learn too much, travel too much, or talk too much.
She majored in majors in college, and after obtaining a host of degrees she decided not to use any of them and instead writes about what she cannot do - go back in time to dance at balls, flirt with lords, gentlemen, and scoundrels, and gallop unfashionably down Rotten Row during the most fashionable hour.
After dodging a few Collinses and Wickhams, Renée happily snared a Darcy. Her HEA turned out to be in Texas, where she resides with "the hubs, the kiddos, a boisterous menagerie of indoor and outdoor animals, and a yard of meticulously maintained weeds." She has happily tagged on this addendum to the family motto: you can never read too much, too often, or too late at night.
You can also catch up with Renée on Twitter @eenayray and her blog at www.obstinateheadstronggirl.wordpress.com.
Some fast and fun facts:
I adore writing.
I rest when I read.
I am a culinary ninja.
I talk with my hands as much as my mouth.
I will run when the zombie apocalypse befalls us. Until then - no.
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A Marquis For All Seasons
by Renée Reynolds
Lady Miranda Leighton and the Marquis of Stafford, Roman de Courtenay, have a similar problem: their families want them to find a spouse. Together they hatch the perfect scheme. They will pretend an attachment and trick their families. Yet, in each other's constant company, they find their ruse giving rise to some surprisingly very real feelings.
Lord Love a Duke
by Renée Reynolds
Jonas Leighton, Duke of Dorset, hastily organizes a house party to find a suitor for his spirited sister, Lady Miranda. To thwart him she enlists her closest friend, Lady Juliet, and they unleash a series of pranks meant to confound his plans - If only he would cooperate and be the victim. Nothing goes according to plan for any of the scheming guests, yet the party will indeed end in a wedding.
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