An Earl, the Girl, and a Toddler: A Remarkable and Groundbreaking Multi-Cultural Regency Romance Novel

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5.5 X 8.2 X 1.2 inches | 0.76 pounds

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About the Author
Vanessa Riley is an award-winning author of Regency and Historical Romances featuring dazzling multi-culture communities and powerful persons of color. To fuel her interest in the Regency and early-Victorian eras, she made time for attending renaissance fairs and consuming period novels and films while obtaining her Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from Stanford University. She is a member of Romance Writers of America and the Historical Novel Society, as well as a Christian Book Lovers board member. A frequent speaker at women's events, she lives in Georgia with her military husband and teenage kid. Visit her online at
Praise for An Earl, the Girl, and a Toddler

"Bridgerton fans, if you read just one book on this list, make sure it's Vanessa Riley's terrific An Earl, the Girl, and a Toddler."

"[An Earl, The Girl and a Toddler] brings the same elaborate storytelling and portrayal of a more diverse Regency world than is traditionally found. Riley's commitment to writing the complex emotions of motherhood remains a crucial part of the series--also a welcome addition to the genre. Well-researched, with a fascinating author's note at the end, this story proves the first was no fluke. A historical romance of impressive heft."
--Kirkus Reviews

"Riley offers powerful depictions of love, including the love of a father for a daughter, the love between friends, and most of all the love between two individuals who are meant for each together. Riley's extensive research into people of color during the Regency era adds greatly to the appeal of this page-turning romance. Fans of Shonda Rhimes' adaptation of Julia Quinn's Bridgerton books will devour this series."

"Daniel and Jemina's interactions are filled with witty banter and innuendo, and the hero's tender interactions with his daughter will make readers swoon. Move over, Bridgertons. There's a new set of scandalous aristocrats waiting to take London society by storm."
--Library Journal

"The amnesia trope is a challenging one to do convincingly, but Riley pulls it off with style...Readers craving a multicultural Regency will be pleased."
--Publishers Weekly