Grace Elliot

An Earthly Elysium

An Earthly Elysiumby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Grace Elliot, author of The Ringmaster’s Daughter Have you heard of a pleasure garden? Pleasure gardens were all the rage in Georgian and Victorian England, and as the name suggests they were open air spaces where people went to be entertained. It’s difficult to think of a modern equivalent and perhaps closest […]

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Men’s Attitudes to Women

Men’s Attitudes to Women by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Grace Elliot, author of Verity’s Lie In my new release, Verity’s Lie, the heroine faces a future controlled either by an over-protective father or a manipulative husband. Sadly, in the 19th century this was not an uncommon problem because the male dominated society of the day decreed that women were irrational, disruptive […]

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What Makes a Great Hero?

What Makes a Great Hero?by Guest Blogger

Guest post by Grace Elliot, author of Eulogy’s Secret (The Huntley Trilogy) Mean? Moody? Magnificent? What makes for a truly great hero? A good starting point is if the hero has a toned and sculpted physique, or perhaps that’s just me! Let’s face it the cliché about “tall dark and handsome” doesn’t come about for […]

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Learn to Flirt – Regency Style

Learn to Flirt - Regency Styleby Guest Blogger

by Grace Elliot, guest blogger and author of A Dead Man’s Debt One of the many reasons I love regency romances, is the subtly of courtship… subtle, yet sizzling! With a chaperone present our regency heroine has limited ways of seducing her dark lord….but sometimes less is more. In A Dead Man’s Debt, during a […]

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What’s in a Name? Kittens and Characters

What’s in a Name?  Kittens and Charactersby Guest Blogger

by Grace Elliot, guest blogger and author of A Dead Man’s Debt. Last Thursday I found a stray kitten playing in the road; the cutest little thing all purrs and passion paws. Being a veterinarian, for safety’s sake, I took her into work but despite notices everywhere no owner has come forward. With a boring […]

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