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Evie Dunmore is the USA TODAY Bestselling author of Bringing Down the Duke. Sign up for bonus content & sneak peeks: wrote The League of Extraordinary Women inspired by the magical scenery of Oxford and her passion for romance, women pioneers, and all things Victorian. In her civilian life, she is a strategy consultant with a M.Sc. in Diplomacy from Oxford. Scotland and the great outdoors have a special place in her heart, so she is frequently found climbing the Highlands and hunting for woolly tartan blankets. She is a member of the British Romantic Novelists' Association (RNA).The best way to contact Evie is via Instagram because she is very rarely on Goodreads.Get her current novel A ROGUE OF ONE'S OWN at
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A Rogue of One's Own
Evie Dunmore - 2020-09-01
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A lady must have money and an army of her own if she is to win a revolution - but first, she must pit her wits against the wiles of an irresistible rogue bent on wrecking her plans...and her heart. Lady Lucie is fuming. She and her band of Oxford suffragists have finally scraped together enough capital to control one of London’s major publishing ho...
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Portrait of a Scotsman
Evie Dunmore - 2021-09-07
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Going toe-to-toe with a brooding Scotsman is rather bold for a respectable suffragist, but when he happens to be one's unexpected husband, what else is an unwilling bride to do?London banking heiress Hattie Greenfield wanted "just" three things in life:1. Acclaim as an artist.2. A noble cause.3. Marriage to a young lord who puts the gentle in gentl...
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Bringing Down the Duke
Evie Dunmore - 2019-09-03
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England, 1879. Annabelle Archer, the brilliant but destitute daughter of a country vicar, has earned herself a place among the first cohort of female students at the renowned University of Oxford. In return for her scholarship, she must support the rising women's suffrage movement. Her charge: recruit men of influence to champion their cause. Her t...