Victoria Alexander

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Victoria Alexander
Born 1965 (age 48–49)
Pen name Victoria Alexander;
Chery Griffin
Language English language
Nationality USAmerican
Period 1995-Present
Spouse Yes
Children 2
Website
www.victoriaalexander.com

Victoria Alexander (born 1965) is an American author of historical romance novels. She has been nominated for the Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award four times, winning once, for A Visit From Sir Nicholas, which Romantic Times described as "overflowing with heart-tugging scenes, simmering sexual tension, marvelous characters and meaningful lessons about life and love. "[1] Alexander has also won a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award.[2]

On September 4, 2007, Avon Books released Alexander's newest novel, Lady Amelia's Secret Lover, as an e-book original, including an embedded video with Alexander's comments about the plot and characters.[3]

Bibliography[edit]

Effington Family[edit]

  1. The Wedding Bargain (1999)
  2. The Husband List (2000)
  3. The Marriage Lesson (2001)
  4. The Prince's Bride (2001)
  5. Her Highness, My Wife (2002)
  6. Love with the Proper Husband (2003)
  7. The Lady in Question (2003)
  8. The Pursuit of Marriage (2004)
  9. A Visit from Sir Nicholas (2004)
  10. When We Meet Again (2005)
  11. Let It Be Love (2005)

Last Man Standing[edit]

  1. A Little Bit Wicked (2007)
  2. What a Lady Wants (2007)
  3. Secrets of a Proper Lady (2007)
  4. Seduction of a Proper Gentleman (2008)

Harrington Brothers[edit]

  1. The Virgin's Secret (2009)
  2. Desires of a Perfect Lady (2010)

Sinful Family Secrets[edit]

  1. His Mistress By Christmas (2011)
  2. My Wicked Little Lies (2012)

Novels[edit]

  • Yesterday and Forever (1995)
  • The Perfect Wife (1996)
  • Princess and the Pea (1996)
  • Emperor's New Clothes (1997)
  • Believe (1998)
  • Play It Again Sam (1998)
  • Paradise Bay (1999)
  • The Perfect Mistress (2011)
  • What Happens At Christmas (2011)

Omnibus[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Robin, Kathe (2004), "Review of A Visit From Sir Nicholas", Romantic Times, retrieved 2007-11-14 
  2. ^ Author Profile: Victoria Alexander, Romantic Times, 2007, retrieved 2007-11-14 
  3. ^ "Avon Adds Video to e-Books; More Original Erotica Coming", Publishers Weekly, August 20, 2007, retrieved 2007-11-14 

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