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Cat writes steamy, upbeat historical romances. They usually take place in the Regency, generally have at least one LGBTQ+ main character, and always have happy endings.

Before writing, Cat was a lawyer and a teacher. She enjoys crossword puzzles, geeking out over birds, gardening badly, and–of course–reading. In high school, her parents went away for a week, and instead of throwing raucous parties, Cat read Middlemarch. Even worse, Cat remembers little of a trip through Europe because she was busy reading Mansfield Park. Her proudest moment was when she realized her kids were shaping up to be hopeless bookworms too. Currently, her favorite genres are romance, mystery and fantasy.

Cat lives with her husband, three kids, and dog in an improbabl
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Cat Sebastian This is 100% what I intended with Lady Montbray and Anne, and honestly my biggest regret in writing The Soldier's Scoundrel is that I didn't make this…moreThis is 100% what I intended with Lady Montbray and Anne, and honestly my biggest regret in writing The Soldier's Scoundrel is that I didn't make this totally clear. They're together, and I meant for them to have been together since before the beginning of Soldier's Scoundrel :) :) :)(less)
Cat Sebastian No, I'm definitely not done with m/m historicals. I have another one coming out in *checks watch* three weeks! And then another likely at the end of t…moreNo, I'm definitely not done with m/m historicals. I have another one coming out in *checks watch* three weeks! And then another likely at the end of the year, and another the following spring :D(less)
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“Honor was a luxury item, like hair pomade and snuff. Its only purpose was to show the world that you could afford to be impractical, that you had enough money to behave in a way that was compatible with some ludicrous code instead of acting out of self-preservation like the rest of humanity.”
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“Nobody had been more surprised than Jack to discover that when he was happy, he wanted to make others happy. What a soggy lot of rubbish, but there you had it.”
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“That was how it was when your soul was in pieces and somebody else had one of them. Only when you were together would the pieces fit into place and become whole.”
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The Duchess War by Courtney Milan (mf Leicester, England, 1863)
 
  26 votes 16.8%

It Takes Two to Tumble by Cat Sebastian (mm England, Regency era)
 
  24 votes 15.5%

The Hundredth Queen by Emily R. King (mf YA Fantasy)
 
  18 votes 11.6%

Mistress of Rome by Kate Quinn (mf Ancient Rome TW:self-harm)
 
  15 votes 9.7%

The Switch by Lynsay Sands (mf London, England, Regency era)
 
  15 votes 9.7%

The Duke and I by Julia Quinn (mf London, England, 1813)
 
  14 votes 9.0%

The Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett (12th Century England)
 
  12 votes 7.7%

The Bronze Horseman by Paullina Simons (mf Leningrad, USSR, 1941)
 
  8 votes 5.2%

India Black by Carol K. Carr (mf London, England, 1876)
 
  8 votes 5.2%

Night in Shanghai by Nicole Mones (mf poc Shanghai, China, 1936)
 
  8 votes 5.2%

Widdershins by Jordan L. Hawk (mm MA, USA, 1897)
 
  7 votes 4.5%

The Only Gold by Tamara Allen (mm NY, USA, 1888)
 
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Skirmish Thank you so much for accepting my friend request! Looking forward to your next book :)


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