Lynda Dunwell

Romantic Fiction Author
Do you enjoy reading adventurous historical romantic novels? Read on...
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Welcome to my world of romantic fiction

Welcome to my world, my name is  Lynda Dunwell and I write historical romantic novels usually set in the 19th or 20th century. Although I do have plans for further novels from different periods in the pipeline.
 
My love for historical fiction began many years ago when I read the novels of Jane Austen, Georgette Heyer and Charles Dickens. However, my world of romantic fiction really began when I was twelve and I read Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind.  It was the first book I simply could not put down. I read from cover to cover over two days.
 
My books are much shorter and intended to be fast reading for relaxation and enjoyment. Yes, sheer escapism from our busy lives and this complex world we inhabit. So, why not join me?
 
My debut novel Marrying the Admiral's Daughter was published in November 2011 and a sequel Captain Westwood's Inheritance followed in February 2013.
 
Three of my books are available from www.musapublishing.com  

Captain Westwood's Inheritance (Sweet Regency Romance)

 

 Can love triumph over treachery and abduction? A sequel to Marrying the Admiral's Daughter.

Marrying the Admiral's Daughter (Sweet Regency Romance)

 
When a successful frigate captain meets an admiral's daughter, they should be a perfect match but the course of true love rarely runs smoothly -prepare for stormy seas.
 
Marrying the Admiral's Daughter was a contender for the Romantic Novelists' Association's (RNA UK) Joan Hessayon Award in 2012 as it had been through the RNA's New Writers Scheme. The novel was my first and enabled me to become a full RNA member.

Tomorrow Belongs to Us - a novel of the Titanic

 

Innocently embroiled in naval espionage Lucy Mainwaring sails aboard RMS Titanic - will she and the man she loves survive? 
 
Tomorrow Belongs to Us was shortlisted at the UK Festival of Romance 2012 in the short romantic novel category.
 
As a short story writer I felt I wanted to go a little deeper into the Titanic setting, so in the centenary year of the disaster I wrote Titanic Twelve Tales.
 
 

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