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Author of the month| Elizabeth Hoyt

N.B: This is not an interview.

Hi humans, welcome back to my blog.

I’ve been reading lots of books by Elizabeth Hoyt lately and I am elated to feature our first author of the month on this blog.

My favourite books of hers in the Princes Triology is RAVEN PRINCE

Raven prince by Elizabeth Hoyt is a historical romance novel which centers around Widow Anna Wren and The Earl of Swartingham. Window Anna Wren need a job because she was low on finances.

The Earl of Swartingham was in dire need of secretary who could keep up with his bad temper and behavior after scaring off two of his secretaries.


Elizabeth Hoyt is the New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestselling author of historical romance, including reader favorite, The Raven Prince.

Elizabeth was born in New Orleans but grew up in St. Paul, Minnesota. She was fortunate to be able to travel extensively as a child, visiting St. Andrews, Scotland; Germany; France; and Belgium. She spent a year in Oxford, England and was a summer exchange student to Kawasaki, Japan.

Elizabeth has a BA in anthropology from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and, as a result of having no clue what to do with her life thereafter, a career history as a barista, a (terrible) sales clerk, a Wisconsin Revenue Service data entry slave, and an archeological field work grunt. Fortunately, Elizabeth married relatively young and produced two children who kept her busy until her mid-thirties. At about this time, when her youngest was entering Kindergarten, Elizabeth’s mother hinted that perhaps Elizabeth should get a Real Job.

Sadly, Elizabeth was so delusional she thought writing a romance novel might qualify as a Real Job.

But! Five years later, to everyone’s surprise, she actually sold that romance novel (The Raven Prince) and began a rather successful career as a Romance Novelist. This was most fortunate since Elizabeth is singularly unqualified to do anything else but Make Up Stories. Since then Elizabeth has written over twenty books to critical acclaim including three contemporaries under the pen name Julia Harper.Elizabeth lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota with three dogs, a garden in constant need of weeding, and the ever faithful Mr. Hoyt.

What fascinates me about Elizabeth is her consistency! Over the years, she has written over 20 books in the historical romance genre. There’s something about her books that makes me want to read more, explore her other books. Hoyt always does a great job in adding animals, especially dogs into all her novels. She has a immense love

To read more of her books click here

What genre do you enjoy reading?

Have you ever read any of Hoyt’s book? If yes. Which one is your favorite?

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