Stand Alone Novel
By: Victoria Hinshaw

The Valentine Poem

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Victoria Hinshaw loves all things English and Regency; she writes about clever heroines and dashing heroes on their intriguing paths to love—that is when she can overcome her execrable typing and lack of tech-savvy. In fact, but for modern plumbing, e-readers, and internet research, she would gladly live in 1815.

Victoria binges on Jane Austen, Bridgerton, visiting British Stately Homes (when she can travel), and her secret identity as a baroness in disguise. Enjoy Victoria’s stories…and Experience the Elegance.

She is an award-winning author and best-seller of more than twenty novels and novellas, a dedicated fan of Jane Austen, and a frequent speaker on Austen. An avid researcher of Georgian and Victorian British history, Vicky is an eager, if amateur, photographer.

She wrote eight novels and three novellas first published by Kensington Zebra between 2002 and 2005, all available on Kindle. Her only non-regency novel is a family saga, the story of a fictional Milwaukee brewing dynasty set in 1870-1920, BirthRights: A Dangerous Brew. It was co-written with the late Reva Shovers under the pen name Summit Wahl, first published in 1983 by Pocket books, and now available from Kindle. She has written several stories and novellas for Dreamstone Publishing anthologies and forother publishers as well.


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