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Book Title: It Happened One Valentine's Day: An Avon Romance Valentine's Day Sampler|
The author of the book: Eloisa James
Date of issue: February 12th 2013
ISBN 13: 9780062281241
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Celebrate Valentine's Day with Avon Books and an enchanting free e-book sampler, It Happened One Valentine's Day. With excerpts from fourteen new, upcoming, and fan favorite Avon and Avon Impulse novels and novellas, including an introduction from Eloisa James.
It Happened One Valentine's Day: An Avon Romance Valentine's Day Sampler includes excerpts from:
The Trouble with Valentine's Day by Rachel Gibson
Once Upon a Tower by Eloisa James
Immortal Ever After by Lynsay Sands
Twice Tempted by Jeaniene Frost
Bride by Moonlight by Liz Carlyle
"V is for Vampwoman" (from Vampires Gone Wild) by Kerrelyn Sparks
"A Forever Love" (from Vampires Gone Wild) by Pamela Palmer
True Love at Silver Creek Ranch by Emma Cane
"Love Me Tender" (from Kiss Me: An Avon Books Valentine Day Anthology) by Cheryl Harper
Saved by the Rancher by Jennifer Ryan
The Earl in My Bed by Sophie Jordan
What Happens in Scotland by Jennifer McQuiston
Destiny's Embrace by Beverly Jenkins
The Maclean Groom by Kathleen Harrington
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Read information about the authorNew York Times bestselling author Eloisa James writes historical romances for HarperCollins Publishers. Her novels have been published to great acclaim. A reviewer from USA Today wrote of Eloisa's very first book that she "found herself devouring the book like a dieter with a Hershey bar"; later People Magazine raved that "romance writing does not get much better than this." Her novels have repeatedly received starred reviews from Publishers' Weekly and Library Journal and regularly appear on the best-seller lists.
After graduating from Harvard University, Eloisa got an M.Phil. from Oxford University, a Ph.D. from Yale and eventually became a Shakespeare professor, publishing an academic book with Oxford University Press. Currently she is an associate professor and head of the Creative Writing program at Fordham University in New York City. Her "double life" is a source of fascination to the media and her readers. In her professorial guise, she's written a New York Times op-ed defending romance, as well as articles published everywhere from women's magazines such as More to writers' journals such as the Romance Writers' Report.
Eloisa...on her double life:
When I'm not writing novels, I'm a Shakespeare professor. It's rather like having two lives. The other day I bought a delicious pink suit to tape a television segment on romance; I'll never wear that suit to teach in, nor even to give a paper at the Shakespeare Association of America conference. It's like being Superman, with power suits for both lives. Yet the literature professor in me certainly plays into my romances. The Taming of the Duke (April 2006) has obvious Shakespearean resonances, as do many of my novels. I often weave early modern poetry into my work; the same novel might contain bits of Catullus, Shakespeare and anonymous bawdy ballads from the 16th century.
When I rip off my power suit, whether it's academic or romantic, underneath is the rather tired, chocolate-stained sweatshirt of a mom. Just as I use Shakespeare in my romances, I almost always employ my experiences as a mother. When I wrote about a miscarriage in Midnight Pleasures, I used my own fears of premature birth; when the little girl in Fool For Love threw up and threw up, I described my own daughter, who had that unsavory habit for well over her first year of life.
So I'm a writer, a professor, a mother - and a wife. My husband Alessandro is Italian, born in Florence. We spend the lazy summer months with his mother and sister in Italy. It always strikes me as a huge irony that as a romance writer I find myself married to a knight, a cavaliere, as you say in Italian.
One more thing...I'm a friend. I have girlfriends who are writers and girlfriends who are Shakespeare professors. And I have girlfriends who are romance readers. In fact, we have something of a community going on my website. Please stop by and join the conversation on my readers' pages.