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Jo Beverley
Mary Josephine "Jo" Beverley (1947 - 2016) widely regarded as one of the most talented writers of Regency and Historical fiction today, was born and raised in England where she received a degree in English history from Keele University in Staffordshire.
Although Jo started writing when she was a young child it was only in the eighties that she realized that writing was something "ordinary people" could do, and after an author talk at a local library she settled down to writing her first historical romance. Now, twenty years later, she is the author of over twenty-five romance novels and many novellas, and has recently turned her very accomplished hand to science fiction.
Jo Beverley is known for her accurate historical detail, witty dialogue and well-developed characters. She is a four-time winner of Romance Writers of America's cherished RITA Award and is one of only a handful of members in the RITA Hall of Fame. She has also recieved the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award.
Tempting Fortune (March 1995) RT Award Winner
Something Wicked (July 1997) RT Award Nominee
Forbidden Magic (November 1998) RT Award Winner
Secrets of the Night (July 1999) RT Award Winner
Devilish (April 2000) RT Award Nominee
The Devil's Heiress (August 2001) RT Award Nominee
Hazard (May 2002) RT Award Nominee
St. Raven (February 2003) RT Award Nominee
Regency Historicals -- Mostly in the world of the "Company of Rogues"
◊An Arranged Marriage (1991)
◊An Unwilling Bride (1992)
◊Christmas Angel (1992)
◊Forbidden (1994)
◊Dangerous Joy (1995)
◊Forbidden Magic (1998)
◊The Dragon's Bride (2001)
◊The Devil's Heiress (2001)
◊Hazard (2002)
◊St. Raven (2003)
◊Skylark (2003)
◊The Rogues Return (2006)
◊To Rescue a Broker (2006)
◊Lady Cappy where (2007)
◊A Shocking Delight (2014)
◊To Dangerous for a Lady (2015)
◊The Viscount Needs a Wife (2016)
Georgian Historicals -- The Malloren world, ruled over by the Marquess of Rothgar
◊My Lady Notorious (1993)
◊Tempting Fortune (1995)
◊Something Wicked (1997)
◊Secrets Of The Night (1999)
◊Devilish (2000)
◊Winter Fire (2003)
◊A Most Unsuitable Man (2005)
◊A Lady's Secret (2008)
◊The Secret Wedding (2009)
◊The Secret Duke (2010)
◊An Unlikely Countess (2011)
◊A Scandalous Countess (2012)
Medieval Romances
◊Lord Of My Heart (1992)
◊Dark Champion (1993)
◊Shattered Rose (1996)
◊The Lord of Midnight (1998)
Traditional Regencies
◊Lord Wraybourne's Betrothed (1998)
◊The Stanforth Secrets (1989)
◊The Stolen Bride (1990)
◊If Fancy be the Food of Love (1991)
◊Emily And The Dark Angel (1991)
◊The Fortune Hunter (1991)
◊Deirdre And Don Juan (1993)
◊Lovers and Ladies (2008)
Romance Novellas (Anthologies)
◊Twelfth Night (1991 in A Christmas Delight) (Reissued in Five Golden Rings (2000)
◊Lord Samhain's Night (1992 - In the anthology All Hallow's Eve)
◊The Demon's Bride (1993 - In the anthology Moonlight Lovers)
◊A Mummer's Play (1995 - In the anthology A Regency Christmas)
◊Forbidden Affections (1996 - In the anthology A Spring Bouquet)
◊The Determined Bride (1996 - In the anthology Married At Midnight)
◊A Gift Of Light (1996 - In the anthology A Christmas Cat)
◊The Lord of Elphindale (1998 - In the anthology Faery Magic)
◊Day Of Rath (1999 - In the anthology Star Of Wonder)
◊The Wise Virgin (1999 - In the anthology The Brides of Christmas)
◊The Demon's Mistress (2001 - in In Praise of Younger Men)
◊Saint Agnes and the Black Sheep (2012 – in the anthology A Cast of Characters)
Science Fiction Novellas
◊The Determined Bride (1996 - In the anthology Writers Of The Future)
◊The Trouble With Heros (1996 - In the anthology Irresistible Forces)
◊The Dragon and the Virgin Princess (2007 – in the anthology Dragon Lovers)
◊The Raven and the Rose (2010 – in Chalice of Roses)
◊The Marrying Maiden (2010 – in Songs of Love and Death)
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