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Regan Walker

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I am an avid reader/reviewer of historical romance. And, since 2012, I am a published author. Check out my website: www.reganwalkerauthor.com, and my blog, Historical Romance Review: reganromancereview.blogspot.com.

My novels include Regencies, medievals, and romances set in the 18th century.

I hope my stories will sweep you away to another time and another place for history, adventure and love.

Praise for my novels:

“Ms. Walker has the rare ability to make you forget you are reading a book…the characters become real, the modern world fades away and all that is left is the intrigue, drama and romance.” Straight from the Library

"RACING WITH THE WIND is a superb historical romance, filled with passion, political intrigue, and a worthy hero and
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Regan Walker I just finished my medieval THE RED WOLF'S PRIZE, which will be released October 1. Set in England in 1068, two years after the Conquest, it's a tale…moreI just finished my medieval THE RED WOLF'S PRIZE, which will be released October 1. Set in England in 1068, two years after the Conquest, it's a tale of a Norman knight and an English maiden betrothed by William I. Now I've turned my attention to research for my next book, the prequel to the Agents of the Crown trilogy, TO TAME THE WIND. It will be set in France and England in 1783 and feature a privateer hero, Simon Powell and the daughter of a French pirate, Claire Donet.(less)
Regan Walker My most recently published book, Wind Raven, is an unusual Regency as it's set on a schooner and in ports of call far flung from London (though it…moreMy most recently published book, Wind Raven, is an unusual Regency as it's set on a schooner and in ports of call far flung from London (though it begins there). I was fascinated by the sailing ships of the period and wanted to give readers a realistic adventure on one of them. See if you agree whether I accomplished my purpose!(less)
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The Red Wolf's Prize
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Racing with the Wind (Agent...
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The Twelfth Night Wager
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Picture My newest historical romance, To Tame the Wind, is set in 1782, the last year of the American Revolution, however, it does not take place in America. Rather, it takes place in Paris and London and the waters of the English Channel. As such, it brings to the fore a part of the war not often focused on: the incredible contribution of France to American’s victory.

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“Sometimes, when we least expect it, we catch a glimpse of someone, a face, perhaps only a smile, and our heart latches on and will not let go. It may not be love at first, but soon and for always.”
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“Seulement l'amour entre nous.” Only love between us.”
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“A heartfire, Clementine my darlin', is when you want someone, when you need her so damn bad, not only in your bed but in your life, that you're willin' to burn--".”
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“Was not love a terrible thing? One thought one had learned to manage it, and then it sprang free again, rattling its claws in one's liver.”
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Regan Walker Rachel wrote: "Thank you so much for the friendship, Regan! <3"

Very happy to be friends!


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Rachel L.  Demeter Thank you so much for the friendship, Regan! <3


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Regan Walker Caroline2 wrote: "Thank you i will see your blog, actually i'm on reading racing with the wind and i can't take off it from the first page, really enchanting and sexy story"

Caroline, I am thrilled you like Racing With The Wind. Against the Wind follows with Sir Martin's story and, coming this spring, Wind Raven, the story of Capt. Jean Powell, Martin's brother. It is a pirate Regency! Hugh and Mary are characters in my short stories and my novella, The Twelfth Night Wager.


Caroline2 Thank you i will see your blog, actually i'm on reading racing with the wind and i can't take off it from the first page, really enchanting and sexy story


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Regan Walker Julz wrote: "Hi! Thanks for the friend request. As often as I see you on here, you feel like a friend already. :D"

Yep, but it is good to connect directly!


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Julz Hi! Thanks for the friend request. As often as I see you on here, you feel like a friend already. :D


Kagama-the Literaturevixen Thanks for friending :)


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Regan Walker Joanne wrote: "Thank you for accepting my friend request! I know I will enjoy exploring your reviews and bookshelves. Love your blog with the lists of recommendations! Happy reading!"

Happy to connect, Joanne!


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Joanne Thank you for accepting my friend request! I know I will enjoy exploring your reviews and bookshelves. Love your blog with the lists of recommendations! Happy reading!


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Regan Walker *~Serenity~* wrote: "Thanks for the invite Regan! Yes I love your reviews on all those oldie favorites of mine. Look forward to chatting with you:)"

Serenity, I read and review the new ones, too, though I have to say the older ones still capture me. They are so good. Right now my all time favorite is Bride of the MacHugh by Jan Cox Speas--a Highlander romance written in 1954 (!), but it can compete with ANYTHING out there today!


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Serenity Thanks for the invite Regan! Yes I love your reviews on all those oldie favorites of mine. Look forward to chatting with you:)


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Regan Walker Cristina wrote: "HI! Thanks for accepting my friend request :)"

Happy to do so and sorry this is belated.


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Regan Walker Sandi *~The Pirate Wench~* wrote: "Hi Regan..thanks for the invite! III say we do have books in common,as your the first to have 100% match!
I look forward to chatting with you on our love of a good swashbuckling pirate romance(and ..."


Sandi, I am so late in acknowledging your friend request...but we are friends and that's good. I enjoy your comments!


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Regan Walker Carol *Young at Heart Oldie* wrote: "Thank you for accepting my friend invite, Regan. :)"

Carol, glad to be friends!


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Regan Walker Dark wrote: "Thank you for accepting my friend request, Regan :)"

Glad to connect!


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Regan Walker Mermarie wrote: "Thanks for the add! I've read numerous reviews of yours! They're all very insightful and appreciated. :)"

Thanks, Mermarie. Sorry it's taken me so long to acknowledge your message!


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Regan Walker Kathleen wrote: "I see you have Sweet Release on your to read list. I'll be curious about your reaction. I stopped reading it after the scene where they make love for the first time. I thought his actions showed hi..."

It will be a while before I get to that one...


Carol *Young at Heart Oldie* Thank you for accepting my friend invite, Regan. :)


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Dark Zoo Thank you for accepting my friend request, Regan :)


JadedlilFecker Thanks for the add! I've read numerous reviews of yours! They're all very insightful and appreciated. :)


message 11: by Sandi *~The Pirate Wench~* (last edited Jan 21, 2013 07:00PM)

Sandi *~The Pirate Wench~* Hi Regan..thanks for the invite! III say we do have books in common,as your the first to have 100% match!
I look forward to chatting with you on our love of a good swashbuckling pirate romance(and other good books as well) Check out my Pirate romance group too for other great recommends:)


Cristina HI! Thanks for accepting my friend request :)


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Regan Walker Kathleen: I bought the trilogy and haven't gotten to this one but loved the first. I'll try to move it up on my reading.


Kathleen J I see you have Sweet Release on your to read list. I'll be curious about your reaction. I stopped reading it after the scene where they make love for the first time. I thought his actions showed him to be a callous bastard. I did a compare and saw that generally we tend to rate books similarly.


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Regan Walker You're welcome! Ellen will be on my blog the beginning of November. Be sure to check it out.

Regan


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Regan Walker Yes, should be fun. I also started a Historical Romance group you might want to consider.

Regan


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Regan Walker That warms my heart, Cathie. Hope you like it!

Regan


Cathiecaffey Thanks for the friendship Regan! I love historical romances and just read the blurb on yours!! I so can't wait til I can get and read. Great to meet you!


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Regan Walker My pleasure. I love Penelope Williamson and was happy to invite some of her fans to be my friends!

Regan


Kimberly Thank you for adding me as a friend!


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