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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. Dunn’s 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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26 The Fortune-Hunters [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Jessica Franklin came to Bath to marry a rich man--and she was delighted to find handsome Matthew Walsingham with every qualification. Matthew, however, had come to Bath for the same purpose, regarding Miss Franklin as the perfect wife--wealthy and beautiful. When they discovered the truth, they had to reassess the situation--and their hearts. Regency Romance by Carola Dunn; originally published by Harlequin (Published: 1991)

Words: 55983 - Reading Time: 159-223 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
18 Reader Ratings:
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27 The Frog Earl [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Escaping into the countryside to nurse his wounded pride and heart, Simon Hurst encounters the lovely but eccentric Mimi (half English, half Indian and all mischief) who promises him three favors--then only grudgingly doles them out. If he can capture that last one--that kiss--before she learns the truth about his identity, he should transform into an earl once again. (Published: 1992)

Words: 62000 - Reading Time: 177-248 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
55 Reader Ratings:
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28 The Improper Governess [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Who is Lissa Findlay? What secret prevents her confiding in Lord Ashe, when he plucks her from the opera chorus to be governess to his invalid nephew? What will his sister and mother do if they discover her past? And can she ever trust him, after he made her a very improper offer indeed? Regency Romance by Carola Dunn; originally published by Zebra (Published: 1998)

Words: 67403 - Reading Time: 192-269 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
68 Reader Ratings:
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29 The Magic of Love [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Three Regency Fairytales and a Halloween ghost story: RUMPLESTILTSKIN--with an unexpected hero; ALADDIN'S LAMP--turns up in Regency Oxford, jinnee and all; and THE FIREBIRD--with a wer-fox as heroine; plus Superstition--a Halloween short story, in which a Gypsy's fortune-telling proves doubly accurate. Regency Fairytales by Carola Dunn; originally published in collections by Zebra and Walker (Published: 2009)

Words: 65197 - Reading Time: 186-260 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
12 Reader Ratings:
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30 The Man in the Green Coat [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Gabrielle Darcy and her brother Gerard must escape France on the brink of war. A dying English spy gives Gabrielle a message for The Man in the Green Coat, who turns out to be Mr. Everett. Though Gabrielle and Everett are attracted, they are also suspicious of each other. Once again Everett aids the Darcys and Madame Aurore, only to find them all embroiled in adventure. Regency Romance by Carola Dunn; originally published by Walker (Published: 1987)

Words: 68976 - Reading Time: 197-275 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
28 Reader Ratings:
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31 The Miser's Sister [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Lady Ruth Penderric lives with her miserly brother and selfish sister in a moldering castle. But when she is kidnapped for ransom, Oliver Pardoe, a banker's son, rescues her. His offer of assistance leads her to London, where she is courted by a lord. Her heart has been won by the gallant Oliver--but his scruples keep him from declaring himself. Regency Romance by Carola Dunn; originally published by Walker (hardcover), then Warner (paperback) (Published: 1984)

Words: 66905 - Reading Time: 191-267 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
34 Reader Ratings:
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32 The Road to Gretna [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Jason, Lord Kilmore, a fortune-hunter, elopes with a beautiful but birdwitted heiress. Penny Bryant, escaping her wicked uncle, elopes with a kind but humorless doctor. Meeting on the road to Gretna Green, both find their plans in conflict with their hearts. (sequel to A Lord For Miss Larkin) Regency Romance by Carola Dunn; originally published by Harlequin (Published: 1992)

Words: 54764 - Reading Time: 156-219 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
39 Reader Ratings:
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33 The Tudor Signet [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Mariette Bertrand held up Lord Malcolm's carriage on the Devon moors to retrieve the signet ring, a family heirloom, that her cousin lost at cards. When she was injured in the attempt, Lord Malcolm took her to his sister's house. Love blossomed, but could it survive if he arrested her cousin as a French spy? Regency Romance by Carola Dunn; originally published by Zebra as The Tudor Secret (Published: 1995)

Words: 67186 - Reading Time: 191-268 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
23 Reader Ratings:
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34 Thea's Marquis [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Grateful for Lord Hazlewood's quixotic aid, Thea Kilmore wishes he'd see her as more than a damsel in distress. Roderick, meanwhile, wishes she'd regard him as more than a white knight to turn to when in trouble. Sequel to A Lord for Miss Larkin and The Road to Gretna. Regency Romance by Carola Dunn; originally published by Harlequin (Published: 1993)

Words: 56290 - Reading Time: 160-225 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
38 Reader Ratings:
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35 Two Cortinthians [MultiFormat]
by Carola Dunn
  Lord Pomeroy has been rejected by his long-time fiancé and must find a woman to marry for his ill father's sake. His sister suggests Claire Sutton, who has been on the shelf for years. And Bertram is willing to consider her, except that she's shy and her sister is such an outspoken, outrageous chit. Then there's Lord Winterborne, heir to the Marquis of Bellingham, who pretends to court Lizzie Sutton--at her instigation--but is intrigued by her older sister Claire. Add to this bumblebroth the fac... more info>> (Published: 1989)

Words: 68000 - Reading Time: 194-272 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
61 Reader Ratings:
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