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Carola Dunn

Bio: Carola Dunn is the author of more than 30 Regency romances, as well as 10 mysteries (the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series is set in England in the 1920s). Ms. Dunn was born and grew up in England, where she got a B.A. in Russian and French from Manchester University. She travelled as far as Fiji before returning to settle in California. After 30 years in the US, she says she still sounds as if she arrived a month ago. Prior to writing, Ms. Dunnís various jobs included market research, child-care, construction--from foundation trenches to roofing--and writing definitions for a dictionary of science and technology. She wrote her first novel in 1979, a Regency which she sold to Warner Books. Now living in Eugene, Oregon, Ms. Dunn has a son in California who has just made her a grandmother, and a large black dog named Willow who takes her for a walk by the Willamette River each morning.



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1 Miss Hartwell's Dilemma [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Miss Hartwell's Academy for Young Ladies provides her with refuge from scandal as well as employment. But an old suitor, a sinister Spaniard, and a student's disreputable father threaten to shake her world--and one of those men may cause her to lose her heart. (Published: 1988)

Words: 70000 - Reading Time: 200-280 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
46 Reader Ratings:
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2 Toblethorpe Manor [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Richard Carstairs discovers a young woman who has suffered a riding accident and cannot remember even her own name, let alone the circumstances from which she came. Christened Clara Fell by the Carstairs family, the mysterious lady proves herself not only charming but talented. Can Richard take her at face value? And can Miss Fell trust that she will not disgrace him, when position in society is so necessary to his well-being? (Published: 1981)

Words: 90000 - Reading Time: 257-360 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
48 Reader Ratings:
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3 A Lord for Miss Larkin [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Alison Larkin thought it would be romantic to be loved by a lord, and her wealthy aunt granted her a Season in London to meet the ton. Unfortunately, the first eligible gentleman who came in her way was Philip Trevelyan--a man without a title but with all the right qualifications to win Miss Larkin's heart! Regency Romance by Carola Dunn; originally published by Harlequin. (Published: 1991)

Words: 55719 - Reading Time: 159-222 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
44 Reader Ratings:
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4 A Poor Relation [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Rowena Caxton, formerly mistress of an estate, is reduced to being a "poor relation" in her beautiful cousin Millicent's home. When the new Lord Farleigh, former major from the Peninsula wars, arrives in the neighborhood, Millicent immediately attempts to attach him. But it is Rowena who teaches the earl about orchards--and about his own heart. Regency Romance by Carola Dunn; originally published by Harlequin (Published: 1990)

Words: 56391 - Reading Time: 161-225 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
77 Reader Ratings:
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5 A Second Spring [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Four Regency Novellas: The Dower House, A Conformable Wife, The Aunt and the Ancient Mariner, and Pirate Pendragon (originally titled The Pirate). Widows and spinsters find love at last. All by Carola Dunn and published by Zebra in various collections. (Published: 1994)

Words: 67231 - Reading Time: 192-268 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
17 Reader Ratings:
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6 A Susceptible Gentleman [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Sarah Meade, a parson's sister, had known Viscount Cheverell all her life and thought him a paragon. But the viscount was susceptible to maidenly charms--as witnessed by the descent upon Sarah of his mistresses! And then there were the three debutantes brought in to lure him into marriage. Whimsical, practical Sarah was just the one to rescue this rake... Regency Romance by Carola Dunn (Published: 1990)

Words: 52500 - Reading Time: 150-210 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
60 Reader Ratings:
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7 Angel [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Lady Evangelina Brenthaven (inappropriately called Angel) is determined to marry someone who actually loves her and not just her fortune, aristocracy or beauty. So she assumes a plain Miss Evelyn Brand identity and tumbles her cousin and everyone else into a summer of schemes and chaos. But can she recognize the real Lord Dominic, or discover whether it's Sir Gregory or Lord Welch who's treacherous? Regency Romance by Carola Dunn (Published: 1984)

Words: 66835 - Reading Time: 190-267 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
37 Reader Ratings:
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8 Black Sheep's Daughter [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Teresa Danville, raised in Costa Rica by her "black sheep" father, presents a challenge to the diplomatic skills of Sir Andrew Graylin. Niece of an English duke, Teresa was not raised to London society, but to wielding pistols and overseeing a coffee plantation household. Bringing this exotic beauty (along with her brother and her parrot) to civilization gets the previously affianced Sir Andrew in deep trouble. (Published: 1989)

Words: 76000 - Reading Time: 217-304 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
48 Reader Ratings:
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9 Byron's Child [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Jodie Zaleski meets Giles Faringdale, a lord no less, in contemporary Oxford--only to find herself transported with him back to his ancestral home in Regency times. An impetuous and determined researcher, Jodie lands Giles and his ancestors in more than one scrape as she explores London of 1816. (Published: 1991)

Words: 60000 - Reading Time: 171-240 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
47 Reader Ratings:
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10 Captain Ingram's Inheritance [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Frank Ingram, an impecunious officer, is seriously wounded at Waterloo. Rescued by Lord Roworth, he meets Roworth's sister, Lady Constantia, an angel of mercy. But Frank and Connie are each hiding a terrible secret they are sure will prevent marriage to anyone, let alone each other. Rothschild trilogy #3. Regency Romance by Carola Dunn; originally published by Zebra (Published: 1994)

Words: 69875 - Reading Time: 199-279 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
28 Reader Ratings:
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11 Crossed Quills [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Wynn Selworth writes Gothic novels as "Valentine Dred," and Pippa Lisle writes radical articles as "Prometheus." Now Wynn's a lord and needs Prometheus' help with his maiden speech. With Pippa as "go-between," can each keep the secret from the other? And from the prying, sneering London Ton? Regency Romance by Carola Dunn; originally published by Zebra (Published: 1998)

Words: 67226 - Reading Time: 192-268 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
32 Reader Ratings:
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12 Ginnie Come Lately [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Justin, Lord Amis, returns from Vienna to find his reclusive father has remarried and filled his home with a horde of stepchildren. Though the eldest, Ginnie, is damnably attractive, he finds himself at war with the interlopers. It takes the whole family to teach him the perils of pride and prejudice and to show the way to true love. Regency Romance by Carola Dunn; originally published by Harlequin Regency (Published: 1993)

Words: 51751 - Reading Time: 147-207 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
44 Reader Ratings:
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13 Lady in the Briars [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Rebecca Nuthall, supposed meek companion, is saved from drowning by Lord John Danville. Ordered abroad by his father for a frivolous duel, he convinces his cousin to employ Rebecca as governess when they all journey to St. Petersburg, and is astonished at the way she blossoms--until she is arrested for espionage! Once again, John must risk his life to rescue her. 2nd in the Trilogy (Black Sheep's Daughter (1) and Polly and the Prince (3). (Published: 1990)

Words: 66000 - Reading Time: 188-264 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
35 Reader Ratings:
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14 Lavender Lady [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Hester Godric's grandfather was in trade, but her stepmother had taught her to be a lady--before leaving Hester with four half-siblings to raise. The victim of a carriage accident lands in her home to recover, but does not reveal that he is the Earl of Alton. Hester learns his identity only when the whole family descends on London--and involves my lord in a variety of scrapes. Regency Romance by Carola Cunn originally published by Walker and Warner. (Published: 1983)

Words: 69348 - Reading Time: 198-277 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
91 Reader Ratings:
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15 Lord Iverbrook's Heir [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  On his return from Jamaica, Viscount Iverbrook learns that his sister-in-law, Selena Whitton, has been made guardian of his brother's son. With every intention of restoring the child to the family estate, Iverbrook appears at Milford Manor where Selena, her mother, sister and young Peter compose a delightful household. Would it be fair to remove the child--and why has Iverbrook grown so fond of pretty, outspoken Selena? Regency Romance by Carola Dunn (Published: 1986)

Words: 68000 - Reading Time: 194-272 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
47 Reader Ratings:
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16 Lord Roworth's Reward [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Sharing Brussels lodgings with a penniless officer and his admirable sister Fanny, the impoverished Felix, Lord Roworth, liaises between Rothschild and Wellington while courting Lady Sophia, a well-dowered beauty. Fanny laughs at his toplofty ways, yet when she desperately needs his help, Felix finds the Goddess's image fading as he rushes to the rescue. [Rothschild Trilogy #2, following Miss Jacobson's Journey] Regency Romance by Carola Dunn; originally published by Zebra and titled His Lordshi... more info>> (Published: 1994)

Words: 70202 - Reading Time: 200-280 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
28 Reader Ratings:
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17 Mayhem and Miranda [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Miranda, companion to amiable but eccentric Lady Wiston, is suspicious when her ladyship's ne'er-do-well nephew Peter Daviot turns up. All my lady's previous companions have married her nephews. Can she intend penniless Miranda to make a match with the equally penniless Peter? But deeper plots are afoot and it takes the joint efforts of Miranda and Peter to rescue Lady Wiston. Regency Romance by Carola Dunn; originally published by Zebra (Published: 1997)

Words: 62527 - Reading Time: 178-250 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
23 Reader Ratings:
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18 Miss Jacobson's Journey [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Having refused the man her parents chose for her, Miriam Jacobson finds herself smuggling gold across Napoleon's France to Wellington in Spain, accompanied by two attractive young men, both of whom detest her--and each other. High adventure and romance in the best Regency tradition. (Published: 1992)

Words: 64000 - Reading Time: 182-256 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
37 Reader Ratings:
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19 My Dearest Valentine [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Three Novellas by Carola Dunn: "Frost Fair"--romance on ice--until it melts; "A Maid at Your Window"--a mad scientist finds an unexpected bride; "Wooing Mariana"--it takes a puppy and a kitten to bring together an odd couple. Novellas originally published by Zebra and Walker (Published: 1991)

Words: 55992 - Reading Time: 159-223 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
20 Reader Ratings:
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20 My Lord Winter [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Lady Jane Brooke sought shelter when her coach broke down, and found herself at the Earl of Wintringham's estate. Trying to conceal her identity, she introduced herself as a governess. Lord Winter, as the apparently cold earl was called, thawed in response to the delightful Miss Brooke, but she knew he would never approve of her deception. Regency Romance by Carola Dunn; originally published by Harlequin (Published: 1992)

Words: 57429 - Reading Time: 164-229 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
63 Reader Ratings:
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21 Polly and the Prince [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Polly Howard, an absentminded artist, is saved from a fall by a shabby Russian vagabond. Kolya Volkov, exiled from Russia and penniless, is nonetheless a gentleman making his own way in England. This unlikely pair would never have come together--save for a plot to blow up the Prince Regent's Brighton Pavilion! 3rd of Trilogy (Black Sheep's Daughter and Lady in the Briars preceding) (Published: 1991)

Words: 63000 - Reading Time: 180-252 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
29 Reader Ratings:
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22 Scandal's Daughter [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Stranded in Istanbul when her scandalous mother dies, all Cordelia wants is to go home to England and lead a respectable life. Yet she finds herself setting off with James Preston, a rogue sought by the Turkish authorities. Their travels over the mountains and over the waves are dogged by mishap, disaster, and catastrophe... But love will find the way. Regency Romance/Adventure by Carola Dunn; originally published by Zebra (Published: 1996)

Words: 98491 - Reading Time: 281-393 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
31 Reader Ratings:
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23 Smugglers' Summer [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  When Octavia Gray is summoned to join her beautiful cousin Julia at an isolated estate near Plymouth, she gladly accepts. Her duty is to persuade Julia to marry the charming Sir Tristram Deanbridge and abandon her passion for the firebrand James Wynn. But, amidst adventures with smugglers and the haut ton, things don't quite work out that way.... Regency Romance by Carola Dunn (Published: 1987)

Words: 70468 - Reading Time: 201-281 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
48 Reader Ratings:
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24 The Actress and the Rake [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Sir Barnabas's Will requires granddaughter Nerissa Wingate and godson Miles Courtenay to live together chastely in his house for six months in order to inherit his estate. He assumed they'd fail. Fuming but penniless, they accept the challenge, but a host of hopeful relatives is determined to throw them into each other's arms, and Sir Barnabas's cantankerous ghost lends a hand! Regency Romance by Carola Dunn: originally published by Zebra as The Lady and the Rake (Published: 1995)

Words: 72795 - Reading Time: 207-291 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
28 Reader Ratings:
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25 The Babe and the Baron [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  The pregnant widow of a scapegrace cousin--whatever his wishes, duty requires Gareth, Lord Wyckham, to take her into his household. Soon Laura finds her way into his family and his heart. When her adorable baby is born, he has to persuade her it's not just Priscilla's Papa he wants to become, but Laura's loving husband. Regency Romance by Carola Dunn; originally published by Zebra/Kensington (Published: 1997)

Words: 66923 - Reading Time: 191-267 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
71 Reader Ratings:
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