Bio: Kate Allan< began seriously writing in 2001, taking a notebook with her on the train to make best use of her commute to work. Fateful Deception is a romantic adventure which was shortlisted for the 2005 RNA Joan Hessayon New Writers Award. Perfidy and Perfection, Kate's romantic comedy set in Jane Austen's England, was published in 2006 by Robert Hale.
Captain Robert Monceaux, lately back from the retreat from Corunna on the Peninsula, is kicking his heels in Hounslow barracks. He rescues Lucinda Handscombe from highway robbers on Hounslow Heath, but she is determined to take control of her own destiny and is in no mood to bow to his high-handed behaviour. Regency Romance novella by Kate Allan; originally published by DC Thomson.
The Honorable Miss Annabel Wells needs to marry to save her reputation. Yet even in her dire straits she cannot bring herself to accept Mr. Henry Champion, an ordinary English gentleman without property or pedigree, no matter what she feels about him. She marries a Polish count but when her husband is killed in a duel and Henry comes all the way across Europe to her rescue, can there be a second chance for love? Leaving behind the drawing rooms of High Society London where he's feted as a Water... more info>>
Isabella Oakley is travelling to London for the Season when her aunt is taken ill en-route. Luckily she meets Anthony Davenport and his sister who escort her in their private coach. But in London she is followed by the mysterious Mr Montcalm, whom Anthony warns her away from. And Anthony's sister seems to be plotting against her, too. Regency Romance Novella by Kate Allan; originally published by D C Thomson (England)
When Daniel Locke returns to Penhaven, the Cornish village of his childhood, he is intent on revenge against the smuggling gang who betrayed him. What he doesn't count upon is the distraction of beautiful Jane Tregarron, who has become involved with the local smugglers to save her penniless family. Can Daniel still inflict his revenge or will his plans be disrupted by love? Regency Romance Novella by Kate Allan; original published by D C Thomson [London]