Bronte keeps a lookout for a rebound to help mend her broken heart, and when she meets Max Heyworth, she’s certain he’s the perfect transition man. But when she discovers he’s a duke, she has to decide if she wants to stay with him for the long haul and deal with the opportunities– and challenges– of becoming a royal.
About the Author
Megan Mulry has spent most of her life researching, traveling, and experiencing everything to do with the American/British cultural love affair. She studied nineteenth-century British fiction at university, lived in London for nearly four years, and has now written her first novel, A Royal Pain (November 2012), in which Mulry brings an American perspective and a fresh, witty voice to our never-ending fascination with British royalty.
A Royal Pain is the first in a new women’s fiction series imagining what it might be like for an average modern American woman who falls unwittingly in love with British royalty and is drawn into a glamorous and complicated world that a rare few get to experience.
Megan Mulry graduated from Northwestern University and then worked in publishing, including positions at the New Yorker and Boston Magazine. After moving to London, she worked in finance and attended London Business School. She has traveled extensively in Asia, India, Europe, and Africa and now lives with her husband and children in Florida.
Megan Mulry is the author of A Royal Pain, out November 1, 2012.