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Shana Galen

Historical Romance

How They Came to Us

Shana and Joanna have been working together for so long, it’s hard to remember how, exactly, they first got together!  Initially, Shana approached Joanna with a manuscript set in the time of the French Revolution, about a Lady who lived a double life as a thief.  Joanna still remembers meeting Shana for the first time after they decided to work together – she was very nervous because Shana was bringing her husband and Joanna was worried she wouldn’t pass the interview!  Luckily, they all got along swimmingly.  The French Revolution project didn’t pan out initially, but Joanna successfully placed Shana’s Sons of the Revolution Series with Sourcebooks later that same year.  Some 20 books later, and Joanna is pleased to report that a redux of that initial French Revolution submission will  be published this spring!

Bio

Shana Galen is three-time Rita award nominee and the bestselling author of passionate Regency romps, including the RT Reviewers’ Choice The Making of a Gentleman. Kirkus says of her books, “The road to happily-ever-after is intense, conflicted, suspenseful and fun,” and RT Bookreviews calls her books “lighthearted yet poignant, humorous yet touching.” She taught English at the middle and high school level off and on for eleven years. Most of those years were spent working in Houston’s inner city. Now she writes full time. She’s happily married and has a daughter who is most definitely a romance heroine in the making.

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Sons of the Revolution

The Making of a Duchess

The Making of a Gentleman

The Rogue Pirate's Bride

Lord and Lady Spy

Love and Lady Spy

True Spies

Love and Let Spy

Jewels of the Ton

When You Give a Duke a Diamond

If You Give a Rake a Ruby

Sapphires are an Earl's Best Friend

Covent Garden Clubs

Viscount of Vice

Earls Just Wanna Have Fun

The Rogue You Know

I Kissed a Rogue

Scarlet Chronicles

Traitor in her Arms

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