The Best Best Romance Novels - July 2020
Based on the analysis of 21,679 reviews.
The Best Medicine (A Bell Harbor Novel)
The Winter Sea
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The Best of Me
Let Me Touch
The Secret Wife: A captivating story of romance, passion and mystery
When You're Ready
Know Me Well: A Small Town Southern Romance (Wishful Romance Book 3)
Crystal Magic (Clearwater Witches) (Volume 1)
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Gill Paul is a writer of historical fiction, specialising in recent history. Her new novel, The Secret Wife, is about the love affair between cavalry officer Dmitri Malama and also Grand Duchess Tatiana, the second girl of Russia’s final tsar, who first met in 1914. It’s also about a young girl in 2016 deciding whether to forgive her husband after an infidelity.
Gill’therefore other novels include Women and Children First, on a youthful lady who operates on the Titanic; The Affair, place in Rome in 1961–62 as Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton fall in love whilst creating Cleopatra; and No Place for a Lady, about two Victorian sisters who travel out to the Crimean War of 1854–56 and face challenges beyond anything they might have imagined.
Gill also writes historic non-fiction, including A History of Medicine in 50 Items (to be printed 1st October 2016) and a collection of Love Stories, each comprising fourteen stories of real-life partners: how they met, why they fell for each other, and what happened in the ending. Published around the globe, this show includes Royal Love Stories, World War I Love Stories and Titanic Love Stories.
Gill was born in Scotland and grew up there, apart from a year in college in West Virginia when she was ten years. She examined Medicine at Glasgow University, then English Literature and History (she had been a student for a very long time), before moving to London to work in publishing. She started her own business producing publications for publishers, and how editing these luminaries as Griff Rhys Jones, John Suchet, John Julius Norwich, Ray Mears and Eartha Kitt. She also writes on health, nourishment and connections.
Gill swims yearlong in an open up pond – "It is good for you provided that it does not kill you"– also is now a devotee of both Pilates. She also especially enjoys travelling on what she calls "research See all Gill Paul products
Mommy of a single.
Drinker of all #coffee (lots and a great deal of coffee).
#Writer of #bookboyfriends and #happyeverafters.
The stereotypical writer through and through, I discover hiding out alone in my own office, cut off from society where I can pursue my obsessive compulsions in serenity & carry on intimate discussions with my imaginary friends while I sip coffee, to be all the rage.
I like people too.
The actual ones.
But I am shy and frequently awkward, so I don't show up it.
If we meet - please don't hold this against me personally.
These days, life is now a good stream of amazing craziness compliments of my child. When weusing a shout off around Parmesan cheese or're not giggling ourselves to sleep, we binge seeing Once Upon a Time and arguing about who had been better - Neal or Hook. It Hook. Besides. Neal is lifeless. So I win.
There. That covers the basics.
Non - too:
Internet people-ling is my favourite - let's be sociable!
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Philippa Gregory proceeded to England with her Loved Ones and was educated in Bristol and in the National Council. She worked as a senior reporter on the Portsmouth News, also also a journalist and producer for BBC Radio.
Philippa obtained a BA degree in History in the University of Sussex at Brighton and a PhD at Edinburgh University at 18th-century literature. Wideacre, her first novel, was composed as she completed her PhD and became an instant worldwide bestseller. She became a fulltime author.
Wideacre was followed by a haunting sequel, '' The Favoured Child, and the delightful happy ending of the trilogy: Meridon. This novel was recorded in Feminist Book Fortnight and also for the Romantic Novel of the Year at Precisely the Same time.
Her next book was The Wise Woman, '' a dazzling, disturbing novel of dark forces and wants set against the rich tapestry of their Reformation. Came an story, Fallen Skies established after the First World War. In which her home city of Bristol along with her understanding of the slave trade explored the individual price of captivity her novel A Respectable Trade took her back. Gregory accommodated her novel for an extremely acclaimed BBC television production which won the prize for drama in the Commission for Racial Equality and was nominated for a BAFTA for its screenplay.
Next came Earthly Joys and Virgin Earth, based on the true-life narrative of father and son both named John Tradescant working from the upheaval of the English Civil War. In such functions Gregory initiated the genre that has been her very own: a person's story, literary biography brought together with verve and study.
The gem in the crown of the new style was unquestionably The Other Boleyn Girl, a runaway bestseller that uttered the US marketplace and then moved worldwide telling th See all Philippa Gregory products
Irish author Emma Heatherington is a leading Ten Amazon Kindle UK bestseller along with her novel, The Legacy of Lucy Harte (Harper Impulse) which has also been interpreted worldwide. She resides in a small village in County Tyrone with her partner, singer/songwriter & artist Jim McKee, their five kids and dog, a whippet called Seamus! When she is not writing books, she writes informative movies, plays and musicals and likes to unwind with a good older GnT or a glass of red! Follow her on Twitter @emmalou13 See all Emma Heatherington products