Darcy's Love Triangle

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Anne Harlowe

Anne Harlowe was brought up in York, and was lucky enough to go to St Peter’s School. The city, with its rich history and magnificent cathedral, has been an important influence in her life, and has inspired some of her best work. She read English at Leeds University, and did a master’s degree dissertation entitled Jane Austen’s Heroines. Her first attempt at writing for publication was to produce a study guide for Pride and Prejudice, but after about 20 pages she got distracted by writing a short story entitled A Night at Pemberley. This was submitted to a Fan Fiction website and was well-received, encouraging her to attempt further flights of Jane Austen-related fantasy, the most popular of which are Darcy’s Dark Secret and Poet of Pemberley. Not content to hang on to the bonnet-strings of her favourite author, she began writing original works of Regency and Victorian romance, the most recent of which are Captain Cardew’s Conquests and The Romantic Adventures of a Between Maid. The study guide is still unfinished.