USA-Today Bestselling Novelist Jasmine Cresswell was born in Wales and has traveled all over the world. She now divides her time between her winter home in Sarasota, Florida and her summer home in Evergreen, Colorado.
Jasmine has been writing for thirty years and has published over 70 novels translated into eighteen different languages, with 17 million copies of her books in print worldwide.
Jasmine served for two years as the editor of the Romance Writer’s Report. She also served as president of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, and is a founder and former president of Novelists, Inc. She received the Colorado Authors’ League Award for Best Novel of the Year and the Romance Writers of America Golden Rose Award. Her books also have received numerous Romantic Times certificates of excellence.
Experienced as a public speaker, Jasmine has conducted college seminars and addressed many writers’ conferences. Interviews and profiles have appeared in newspapers throughout the country, and Jasmine considers herself a veteran of talk shows and news broadcasts.
Married to Malcolm Candlish, whom she met while she was working for the British Embassy in Rio de Janeiro, Jasmine and her husband have lived in Europe, Canada and Australia as well as six different American states. She has a Bachelor’s Degree with a double major in history and philosophy from Melbourne University, a second degree in history from Macquarie University, and a Masters Degree from Case Western Reserve University in Ohio.
Sequestered in the villa called the Three Fountains, the count hid his secrets well–until the arrival of a beautiful Englishwoman, Miss Cordelia Hope.
Robyn Delaney doesn’t believe in the supernatural and is beginning to believe that true love is just as much of a fantasy. Then the intrigue that surrounds her boss, Zach Bowleigh, thrusts her into danger … and into 18th-century England.
Caught between two worlds, centuries apart, Noelle van Bredin fears that she’s going mad. Is she Catalina, Princess of Portugal, or is she Noelle van Bredin, an ordinary woman from middle America?