All of What's New!
For the most up-to-date info about the newest book, what’s coming soon, and more, this page has it all.
September 26, 2017
Eloisa’s bestselling memoir, Paris in Love, is on sale for only $1.99 for a limited time! In 2008, Eloisa and her husband sold their house and cars, and ran away to Paris for a year with their two children. Elizabeth Gilbert (author of Eat, Pray, Love) “absolutely loved” Paris in Love, and described it as “a beautiful and delightful tasting menu of a book.”
September 20, 2017
Will you be near Spokane, WA, on Saturday, September 30? Julia Quinn and Eloisa will be signing books—along with lots of other historical romance authors. The booksigning is free and open to the public. And if you’ve pre-ordered Wilde in Love, there will be a surprise for you!
September 13, 2017
Two more reviews have Eloisa grinning from ear to ear. Booklist‘s starred review raves, “smart is the new sexy!” and Publishers Weekly loved the “exchanges of witty repartee and sensual innuendo.”
September 5, 2017
Bookish just named Wilde in Love as one of their Must Reads of Fall 2017! Here is what they had to say: “We know you shouldn’t judge books by their covers, but this one is giving us serious Colin-Firth-as-Fitzwilliam-Darcy vibes and that alone makes it a winner.” You can now read chapter one on Eloisa’s website! You can also pre-order at all online retailers.
Would you like a signed copy of one of Eloisa’s books? Here is your chance! You can order any of her titles from the Li’L Book Bug bookstore and Eloisa will sign them while she’s at the Historical Romance Retreat. The bookstore will then ship them straight to you. All orders must be in by Tuesday, September 26.
August 19, 2017
Wilde in Love just got a starred review from Kirkus! “This new Georgian-set series about the aptly named Wilde family and its sprawling estate in Cheshire is full of her signature style: witty repartee between a sensual hero and a smart, unconventional heroine…charming, romantic, and unexpectedly funny.”
Have you pre-ordered? Because it would be a great way to ensure that your Halloween is a lot more fun than answering the door for 15 Harrys and 17 Hermiones!
Just an update about A Midsummer Night’s Disgrace. If you’ve pre-ordered, your retailer has sent you an email that your order has been canceled. The publication date has been changed to February 6. We’re so sorry about this! It’s going to be a better collection for the wait: we promise that!
Here’s something fun that was just added to Eloisa’s website in honor of her upcoming new Georgian-set series: Georgian jokes! Georgians loved to laugh and bawdy jokes were among their favorites, so we compiled a few of Eloisa’s favorites.