Stephanie Laurens (Author of Devils Bride)Stephanie Laurens was born in Sri Lanka, which was at the time the British colony of Ceylon. When she was 5, her family moved to Melbourne, Australia, where she was raised. After continuing through school and earning a Ph.D. in Biochemistry in Australia, Stephanie and her husband moved to Great Britain, taking one of the last true overland journeys from Katmandu to London.
Once in London, Stephanie and her husband both began work as research scientists in Kent. They lived in an area surrounded by history. Their own cottage was built in the 16th century, while next door were the protected ruins of an early Roman villa, and nearby was a 14th century castle.
After four years in England, Stephanie and her husband returned to Australia, where she continued to work in cancer research, eventually heading her own research laboratory. One evening Stephanie realized that she did not have any more of her favorite romance novels to read. After years of thinking about writing her own novel, during nights and weekends for the next several months, she began crafting her own story. That manuscript, Tangled Reins, was the first of her books to be published. After achieving a level of success with her novels, Stephanie retired from scientific research and became a full-time novelist. Her novels are primarily historical romances set in the Regency time period.
Stephanie and her husband live on peaceful acreage on the outskirts of Melbourne. If she isnt writing, shes reading, and if shes not reading, shes tending her garden.
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She grew up there and attended university and achieved her Ph. She and her husband then moved to London. They made the trek to England, the old-fashioned way: overland. That unforgettable trip from Katmandu made a lasting impression on Stephanie. In England, she and her husband lived in a 16th century cottage in rural Kent.
Skip to main content. Stephanie Laurens. Something went wrong. Please try your request again later. Her hobby quickly became a career when her first novel was accepted for publication, and with entirely becoming alacrity, she gave up writing about facts in favor of writing fiction.
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I felt like I was back in Europe, without the eucalyptus trees of course! It made for a magical scene before starting to slowly melt through out the day. We are now into the second half of the year, which has become my favourite time to write about a favourite character - Therese, Lady Osbaldestone! Then the children discover the coins are Roman, raising the prospect of a Roman treasure buried somewhere nearby. Helpers both familiar and unexpected come to their aid yet although the children search the countryside and scour the village for who had the coins and where they came from, the source of the coins remains a frustrating mystery. The ebook and audio are currently available for pre-order.