Bio: Fenella Miller lives in Essex in an ancient cottage with acres of unspoilt woodland. Her husband, an arthritic cat and a Border collie share the house. She has two children and two grandchildren.
Fenella has always written but was too busy teaching in both secondary and primary schools to complete a book until she was able to give up work three years ago. In the past two years she has sold eleven Regency novels to various publishers.
Spirited Emily Gibson has been looking after her family since her father died, but debts are mounting. She decides she must marry for money and writes asking her estranged grandfather to select a suitable suitor. The man the Earl of Westerham chooses is her cousin, but he is the last person Emily would have picked for herself. Regency Romance novella by Fenella Miller; originally published by DC Thomson, UK, as "A Journey to Love"
When Emma Ellison met two unknown gentlemen in the plum orchard she guessed one of them was Lord Denver. She disliked his companion on sight. But Lord Denver improved on acquaintance and Emma believed that he returned her affections--until he treated her cruelly. She left the vicarage broken-hearted. Would Richard find a way to change her mind? Regency Romance novella by Fenella Miller; originally published by DC Thomson's My Weekly Pocket Novel
When young, widowed Patience Sinclair agrees to chaperone her godmother's daughter, she doesn't realize quite what's involved. Lord Orpington believes that his mother has, yet again, tried to trap him into matrimony by inviting Patience for the season. But Patience has no intention of giving up her independence for anyone, even someone as attractive as Lord Orpington. Regency Romance Novella by Fenella Miller; originally published by D C Thomson [UK]
"I am more than a match for you, Miss Ellison, and don't you forget it!" How had young and passionate Sarah Ellison found herself in the power of Lord Atherton--and did she want to escape? Regency Romance novella by Fenella Miller; originally published by DC Thomson, UK
Amelia Rivenhall is delighted when Richard arrives to claim the title left vacant by the death of her father eighteen months previously. Then William Rivenhall arrives, claiming that Richard is an impostor and that he is the real Lord Rivenhall. Amelia discovers that when a huge inheritance is at stake, impostors and rogues will try anything to claim the money. Regency Romance novella by Fenella Miller; originally published by DC Thomson (England)
Emma Reed is determined to make a new life for herself and her two children and the offer of employment as housekeeper to Mr Rupert Bucknall is a godsend. Rupert has other ideas -- Emma is not what he was expecting at all. The last thing he wants is a lovely young woman viewing his disfigurement with pity and his drinking with disapproval. She will have to go. Regency Romance Novella; originally published by My Weekly Pocket Novel
Miss Victoria Marsh has an unexpected encounter in the church with a handsome, but disagreeable, soldier recuperating from a grievous leg injury. Major Toby Highcliff believes himself to be a useless cripple but meeting Victoria changes everything. Will he be able to keep her safe from the evil that stalks the neighbourhood and convince her he is the ideal man for her? Regency Romance Novella by Fenella Miller; originally published by Pocket Novel