Elizabeth Hanbury is the author of two historical romance novels, one short-story romance anthology and a contributor to another short-story collection along with award-winning authors Nell Dixon and Phillipa Ashley. She has been a finalist for Romantic Novelists’ Association prestigious Joan Hessayon award, with her novel being described by the RNA as ‘a thoroughly lovely read, Georgette Heyer-like in its assured touch. The quality of the writing lifts it into a different class.’
Combining humour, emotion, great characters, engaging plots and historical detail, Elizabeth writes Regency-set novels that appeal to a wide-range of readers. Elizabeth lives in a village in the heart of the English countryside and writes romance whenever she can find time to sneak away to her desk. She is a full member of the RNA and the Historical Novel Society.
Her first book, The Paradise Will, was published in 2008 by Robert Hale Ltd. and her next full length novel, Ice Angel,was published in 2009.
Elizabeth has written three Regency short stories exclusively for E-Scape Press which are published under the title “Midsummer Eve at Rookery End“.
For more information visit her website here:www.elizabethhanbury.com