Virginia Henley Message Board

Crystal posts on 1/6/2007 12:34:14 AM Ms. Henley, Have you ever given any thought to writing a paranormal romance?
Virginia Henley posts on 1/5/2007 9:59:38 AM Way2Evil: Romance authors are different from other writers. They love to communicate with their readers.
Virginia Henley posts on 1/4/2007 7:20:59 PM Reiko: I have only just read your message. Thank you for your generous praise for THE PIRATE AND THE PAGAN. I believe that sold more copies than any other of my books. It is a favorite with readers.

Leah posts on 1/4/2007 7:06:48 PM Mrs. Henley, Thank you for your reply. I was wondering if there are any audio cd's of your books available on the market? I would really enjoy listening to them as well as reading them. Thank You Again, Leah
Virginia Henley posts on 1/3/2007 10:07:29 AM I feel very humble when I receive such generous praise for my writing. Nothing is so gratifying as a loyal reader who appreciates all the history and romance that goes into one of my books.
Leah posts on 1/3/2007 2:21:18 AM Dear Mrs. Henley, I just have to tell you that you are the best Author I have ever come across. I am so excited about your up coming release NOTORIOUS. I just can't wait. When I read your books I feel like I am right there in the middle of everything going on. I have every single one of your books. I am reading The Hawk and the Dove right now for the second time. After Notorious comes out I don't know what I'm going to do after I finish reading it. I will probably reread all your books for a third time just to keep myself occupied till you release another. I have tried other Authors and end up stopping a quarter of the way through the book cause I just can't get into them. Nobody compares to you. Thank You for the best books ever. Leah
Reiko posts on 11/19/2006 2:59:40 AM Mrs. Henley, I just discovered your message board by accident and couldn't log off without telling you how much I loved your Pirate Ruark. The Pirate and the Pagan was spellbinding and I loved ever page. I have always purchased your books ever since I fell in love with your writings. I look forward to more and possibly a sequal to your favored Pirate Lord.
dana posts on 10/16/2006 3:46:33 PM thank you so much for responding. I can't wait. It sounds great.
Virginia Henley posts on 10/16/2006 3:41:24 PM Dana: You will not fine the hero and heroine of Notorious in the two previous books. It tells the next period of history. The heroine is Jory de Warenne's daughter and the hero is Wolf Mortimer, son of the notorious Roger Mortimer who seduced the Queen and escaped from the Tower of London.
dana posts on 10/16/2006 3:36:15 PM It is a sequel to Infamous and A year and a Day. SO my question is what are the two main characters? I want to reread the others to see if I find them in the other books.thanks
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