Isabel Cooper

Isabel Cooper


Isabel Cooper lives in Boston, Massachusetts with her boyfriend and a houseplant she's managed to keep alive for over a year now—a personal best. By day, she's a mild-mannered editor at a legal publishing company. By night, she's really quite a geek: polyhedral dice, video games, and everything. She only travels through time the normal direction, and has never fought any kind of demon, unless you count younger sisters. She can waltz, though.

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I’m here in rural-est PA with family, computer, pastries, and a large stack of library books. Writing is happening; so are excessive dinners. It’s great!

Also great: Gambled Away, the historical romance anthology of stories where someone gets won as gambling stakes. A bunch of awesome authors let me ramble about elves and con artists in the 1930s, which was a lot of fun.

GA comes down as an antho...

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“I should have seduced you at the ball,” she said. “Kilts are probably much more convenient.”
“Oh, aye,” said Colin, and his smile was full of light. “But you’ll get another chance or ten, I promise.”
Isabel Cooper, The Highland Dragon's Lady

“Mater, why don’t you and Miss Heselton take the main attics? Edmund and Colin and I are truly hardy souls.”
“Well—” Mater said, frowning slightly as she weighed chills and dust against her husband’s plans for Edmund, then the aforementioned plans against the likely volleys back and forth between Reggie and Miss Heselton.
“Wouldn’t want either of you ladies to catch a chill,” Edmund said heartily, with a smile Reggie absolutely knew Miss Heselton was going to take the wrong way. “House is full of invalids as things stand, you know.”
“It’s so very sweet of you to be concerned,” said Miss Heselton. “But aren’t you worried about Miss Talbot-Jones’s health too? She seems very sturdy, I’m sure . . .”
Edmund, in the way of men in general and himself in particular, noticed none of what “sturdy” meant in this context. “Oh, Reggie’s a fine strapping girl,” he said, and as Reggie considered proving as much by kicking him in the shin, he went on, “but we’ll send her in your direction if she starts to have the vapors. Good hunting!”
Isabel Cooper, The Highland Dragon's Lady

“Pity we’re not doing this three years from now,” said Edmund, “when they’ve redone the whole place.”
Reggie shrugged. “They might keep the stairs. Pater’s traditional.”
“I’d think so,” said Colin from behind her. “Regina Elizabeth?”
“And here I’d been hoping you hadn’t paid attention to that,” said Reggie.
“A vain hope I fear. Though a very impressive one.”
“I think it’s only the threat of treason,” said Edmund, “that kept ’em from going the other way ‘round. Reggie here was the first child. Spoiled, naturally.”
Walking single file as they were, it was a trivially easy matter for Reggie to lean forward and flick Edmund in the back of the neck with her thumb. “No such thing, Edmund St. John.”
“Ouch,” he said, though Reggie knew it was mostly for show.
Colin laughed. “I should have known. Though you’re not much like the oldest of my family.”
“Well, you’re not much like Edmund. You dress too well, for one thing.”
“I have better things to think about,” said Edmund.
At the same time, Colin said, “I’d been hoping you’d notice,” and Reggie felt his breath on the back of her neck with each word. She almost stumbled.”
Isabel Cooper, The Highland Dragon's Lady


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