Virginia Henley Message Board
tooley posts on 11/11/2007 5:16:28 PM
I have to say that your books are fantastic!
The 1st book I read of yours was "the flower and the falcon" and I was hooked. I have read many romantic books but yours are wonderful. They are so well writen. The humour as well as the romance is purfect! I have to confess to owning all your novels.
I live in england and I prefer your novels to some english writers and I look forward to reading your next novels.
dana posts on 8/29/2007 10:40:49 AM
Hi again Ms. Henley!
I will look forward to the new book! I started rereading Infamous again this morning. Should be done with it later this evening. It is such a great story! Have you thought about writing a sequel to Wildhearts too? I love the Scottish books. They are so good! Thank you so much for your response!
Virginia Henley posts on 8/29/2007 10:15:59 AM
So glad you loved TEMPTED and BORDER HOSTAGE. Perhaps I will return to Scotland and this family in the future.
The new book, set in Regency England, is not related to any other book.
Virginia Henley posts on 8/25/2007 8:56:48 AM
S. The two Brianna's are from different branches of the same family, but take place in two different periods of history.
Leisha: I have often thought about writing a story involving Jack the Ripper. Perhaps sometime in the future.
Leisha posts on 8/24/2007 5:49:08 PM
Maybe a good idea for a future book could be something set in the Victorian period with a little mystery involving the hero and heroine and Jack the Ripper. You have such great finesse with historical detail it would be great I'm sure.
Also, I am so sorry to hear about Kathleen Woodiwiss. I think I read at one time you were friends. She will be greatly missed.
s posts on 8/18/2007 3:00:17 AM
I love Virginia Henley, I read MANY, MANY romance novels and She is by far the best, I search her books out at used book stores, I wrote her an email asking who she would recomend, Still,not even close. What I'm wondering is, I've read many of her books , but only as they come to me- out of order. I know she has the Plantagenet series, the 1st I raed "A Year and a Day".Brianna de Beauchamp is the name of Jory's daughter in the newest.On her own web site she's asked which books are related, how are the 2 Brianna De Beauchamps related, why are the not aknowledged as one series?
Virginia Henley posts on 8/15/2007 1:11:50 PM
Thanks for being a loyal reader.
The next book is set in Regency times and is about Lady Georgina, the youngest daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Gordon. The hero is the Duke of Bedford.
It will be released some time in 2008
Shalene posts on 8/15/2007 8:27:40 AM
i just want to thank you for helping me enjoy reading.Your books i the best i have ever rea, i cant find an author who writes like you anywhere.
i have all of the books you wrote & cant wait for any new books you might release soon. looking foward to hearing from you soon.
take care & keep writing your novel.
Virginia Henley posts on 7/19/2007 4:17:58 PM
I'm so glad you are enjoying the book and don't want it to end.
Sarah posts on 7/19/2007 1:52:49 PM
I'm almost done with the book [less then hundred pages], && I find it hard to put down. && I already don't want the book to end. If this book was a movie. It would be something i'd always watch. Let alone I think i might end up reading this book over again.
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