Shehanne Moore

Biography

Shehanne Moore is a Scottish born author who writes gritty, witty, more risky than risqué, historical romance, set wherever takes her fancy--stories that detail the best and worst of human behaviour, as opposed to pouts and flounces.

For years she did various jobs while pursuing her dream of becoming a published writer, so she was thrilled to be offered a contract by Etopia Press for The Unraveling of Lady Fury, six days after subbing it.

Shehanne still lives in Scotland with her husband Mr Shey. She has two daughters. When not writing intriguing, and of course, sizzling, historical romance, where goals and desires of sassy, unconventional heroines and ruthless men, mean worlds do collide, she fantasizes about cleaning the house, plays the odd musical instrument and loves what in any other country, would not be defined, as hill-walking.

She can also be found at
https://shehannemoore.wordpress.com/.wordpress.com/
https://twitter.com/ShehanneMoore
https://pinterest.com/shehanne
http://shehannemooreweeblycom.weebly.com/books.html

You can also visit Lady Fury herself at http://furiousunravelings.wordpress.com

Books By This Author

“Laced with sharp humour the dialogue entertains. Plot changes make it an absorbing read and a refreshing insight on Regency romance.”

“Memorable characters give this unusual historical romance a realistic edge which makes Loving Lady Lazuli a passionate, enthralling read.”

Kindle Reviewer on Loving Lady Lazuli

“A fabulous rollercoaster ride that had me hooked me from the start. Shehanne has created another powerful and unexpectedly tender man-hunk in Sin Gudrunsson, but it is always the resourceful Malice who steals every scene. ”

“Although written in the third person, the reader could almost believe the central characters are each in turn being written in the first person, such is the depth of characterisation the author achieves.”

“She creates drama, tension, sexiness, and weaves an intricate plot. There are fights, battles even - but there is also humour. Real tongue-in-cheek humour.”

“ Her words were powerful and moving in a way I haven’t witnessed in historical romance in ages.”

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