Eloisa James

Book List

  •  -  A Kiss at Midnight (Fairy Tales #1)
  •  -  Storming the Castle (Fairy Tales #1.5)
  •  -  When Beauty Tamed the Beast (Fairy Tales #2)
  •  -  The Duke Is Mine (Fairy Tales #3)
  •  -  The Ugly Duchess (Fairy Tales #4)
  •  -  Seduced by a Pirate (Fairy Tales #4.5)
  •  -  Once Upon a Tower (Fairy Tales #5)

  •  -  Desperate Duchesses (Desperate Duchesses #1)
  •  -  An Affair Before Christmas (Desperate Duchesses #2)
  •  -  Duchess By Night (Desperate Duchesses #3)
  •  -  When the Duke Returns (Desperate Duchesses #4)
  •  -  This Duchess of Mine (Desperate Duchesses #5)
  •  -  A Duke of Her Own (Desperate Duchesses #6)
  •  -  Three Weeks With Lady X (Desperate Duchesses #7)
  •  -  Four Nights With the Duke (Desperate Duchesses #8)

  •  -  Much Ado About You (Essex Sisters #1)
  •  -  Kiss Me, Annabel (Essex Sisters #2)
  •  -  The Taming of the Duke (Essex Sisters #3)
  •  -  Pleasure for Pleasure (Essex Sisters #4)

  • About The Author

    New York Times bestselling author Eloisa James writes historical romances for HarperCollins Publishers. Her novels have been published to great acclaim. A reviewer from USA Today wrote of Eloisa's very first book that she "found herself devouring the book like a dieter with a Hershey bar"; later People Magazine raved that "romance writing does not get much better than this." Her novels have repeatedly received starred reviews from Publishers' Weekly and Library Journal and regularly appear on the best-seller lists. After graduating from Harvard University, Eloisa got an M.Phil. from Oxford University, a Ph.D. from Yale and eventually became a Shakespeare professor, publishing an academic book with Oxford University Press. Currently she is an associate professor and head of the Creative Writing program at Fordham University in New York City. Her "double life" is a source of fascination to the media and her readers. In her professorial guise, she's written a New York Times op-ed defending romance, as well as articles published everywhere from women's magazines such as More to writers' journals such as the Romance Writers' Report.