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Evie Dunmore is the USA TODAY Bestselling author of Bringing Down the Duke.

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Evie wrote The League of Extraordinary Women inspired by the magical scenery of Oxford and her passion for romance, women pioneers, and all things Victorian. In her civilian life, she is a strategy consultant with a M.Sc. in Diplomacy from Oxford. Scotland and the great outdoors have a special place in her heart, so she is frequently found climbing the Highlands and hunting for woolly tartan blankets. She is a member of the British Romantic Novelists' Association (RNA).

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Evie Dunmore Hi Linda,

Thanks for getting in touch! Three books have been contracted for the series, and Hattie is going to be the heroine of Book III. I would lov…more
Hi Linda,

Thanks for getting in touch! Three books have been contracted for the series, and Hattie is going to be the heroine of Book III. I would love to give Catriona her HEA, too, so we will see.

UPDATE: Catriona's book has been confirmed - it is currently scheduled for 2022!

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Evie Dunmore Thanks Rena, I have been informed ARCs for ROGUE will be available on Netgalley from May 4th - good luck!
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“Have you not read your Darwin? The male flaunts himself, the female chooses, it has ever been thus. Beware the determinedly chasing male—he is hoping you won’t notice his plumage is subpar.” “Whereas yours is of course superiorly large and iridescent.” “I assure you it is not iridescent,” he said in a bland voice.
Two things are going on here: First, I always try to create an authentic immersive historical setting by weaving in daily life details from the era – in 1880, Darwin was a celebrity beyond academic circles. Second, we learn a few things about Tristan: he reads; he seems to believe in evolution; and yes, he is that person who attracts everyone because he genuinely doesn’t care all that much about actually attracting anyone.
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“Perhaps you can explain it to me, then,” she said, “how is it fair that my utterly inept cousin is in command of me, for no reason other than that he’s a man and I’m a woman? How is it fair that I master Latin and Greek as well as any man at Oxford, yet I am taught over a baker’s shop? How is it fair that a man can tell me my brain was wired wrong, when his main achievement in life seems to be his birth into a life of privilege? And why do I have to beg a man to please make it his interest that I, too, may vote on the laws that govern my life every day?”
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“Darling," he said, "I have only begun to love you.”
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