Spotlight on Historical Romance Author Alanna Lucas

July 1, 2015

This month I’ll be featuring my fellow historical romance authors who are participating in the Second Indieversary Giveaway.  Today the spotlight is on historical romance author Alanna Lucas.

About Alanna Lucas

Alanna LucasMulti-published historical romance author Alanna Lucas grew up in Southern California, but always dreamed of distant lands and bygone eras. From an early age, she took an interest in history and travel, and enjoys incorporating those experiences into her writing. Alanna writes Regency and Western historical romance.

When she is not daydreaming of her next travel destination Alanna can be found researching, spending time with family, or going for long walks. She makes her home in California with her husband, children, one sweet dog, and hundreds of books.

Just for the record, you can never have too many shoes, handbags, or books. And travel is a must.

Website: www.alannalucas.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alannalucas27

Twitter: https://twitter.com/alannalucas27

Featured Title: In His Arms Regency Novellas

In His Arms Regenecy NovellasMistletoe Waltz Trust: patience and mistletoe must overcome a forced marriage, dark secrets, and a looming shadow that threatens all chance of Faith finding love with the Marquess of Hawthorne.

Face to Face: A masquerade, a chance meeting, and a kidnapping: Little did Miss Penelope Ashurst realize that breaking the rules would result in the adventure—and love—of a lifetime.

Where to Find In His Arms Regency Novellas

Amazon

Nook

Enter for a chance to win a signed paperback copy of this title in my Second Indieversary Giveaway.  Sign up now for my e-newsletter for a chance to win!

 

5 thoughts on “Spotlight on Historical Romance Author Alanna Lucas”

  1. Alanna Lucas

    Thank you for having me today!

  2. Paula Millhouse

    Alanna & Jessie,

    Thanks for posting the details about In His Arms. I love to read historical romance.

  3. Stacey Purcell

    Loved reading about you, Alanna. I agree that you can never have too many shoes or handbags and travel is necessary to breathe!!

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