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virginia henley

hi, has anyone read any of virginia's henley's books. I'm reading her book notorious.. it's pretty good. just wonderong if any others were good too
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Cheyenne_Catina wrote:
hi, has anyone read any of virginia's henley's books. I'm reading her book notorious.. it's pretty good. just wonderong if any others were good too

 

Yes, I read every single one that comes out, she is one of my favorite authors.  I haven't been able to get The Decadent Duke (her latest), but I am asking for it for Christmas.

 

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i finisbed that book-omn amazing. i am thinking about reading her infamous now
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i thought the book notorious was amazing, that as to be one of my fav medievel books... can u rccommend any other of her books, or of other authors thats a medievel...
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You should go to her website:  http://www.virginiahenley.com/.  It has a listing of all her books and you can email her.  She does write back, even though she is so busy.

 

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Cheyenne,

Try older Teresa Medeiros. She wrote some wonderful medeivals. Also try Sue-Ellen Welfonder.

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thanks..im having a lot of trouble finding authors that r good that write in this era
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Teresa Medeiros is wonderful.
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thanks..im having a lot of trouble finding authors that r good that write in this era
I agree.  I love her vampire books, too.  She was one of the authors whose books made me a fan of historicals (very late in the game).

 

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yeah...what does that author write? is it the same era as virginia henley?
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yeah. a lot of these look really good...ill have too look at some of these
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so i finally found anther author...not including teresa m. julie garwood is great at the middle ages/scotland. ive read several of those and have liked them all. can someone resommend another book by virginia henley...i kinda wasnt to read another by her if its as good as notorious
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My very favorite by her is Border Hostage.  I don't know why, but this book sticks with me out of all of hers.  Most of her writing is really, really good, especially from the last few years.

 

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have her books been reprinted?
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yeah i added it to my tbr stack...sounds really good
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