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Author Name: Fiona Harper

I started writing fiction again in 2004 after finding a few scribbled scenes I had written more than a decade ago. I joined the RNA in 2005 and submitted my first polished and completed manuscript to their New Writers' Scheme. Much to my delight, they liked it and decided to send it on to Mills & Boon, and by November 2005 I had sold my first book. 
Since then, things have been going rather well. In 2006 I received the RNA's Joan Hessayan New Writers' Award for my first book, Blind-Date Marriage, which also won a Cataromance Reveiwer's Choice award and was nominated in two categories, Best First Book and Best Traditional Romance for the presitgious RITA award in 2007. 
I still live in London, but my other favourite places to be are the highlands of Scotland and the English countryside on a summer's afternoon.  I love cooking, good food and anything cinnamon-flavoured.  Of course, I still can't keep away from a good book, or a good movie—especially romances—but only if I'm stocked up with tissues, because I know I'll need them before the end, whether it’s happy or sad.
 

     Books By Author :: Fiona Harper

   
Housekeeper's Happy-Ever-After
 -by Fiona Harper

Ellie Bond's heart has ached ever since she lost her beloved husband and little girl. Now her head is telling her it's time to ... Read More

   
The Bridesmaid's Secret
 -by Fiona Harper

The moment chic magazine editor Jackie arrives for her sister's Italian wedding and sees her old boyfriend Romano, her groomed ... Read More

   
A Blind Eye
 -by Fiona Harper

 The rules never mattered much to Frank Corso, rogue reporter, successful true crime writer, and honorable loner with a da... Read More



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