N.W. / Jerusha Moors


Bio

N.W. Moors lives in Portland, Maine, the land of lobster and pine trees. She grew up in Connecticut and retired north(it's nice along the coast in winter). She's a voracious reader and avid traveler - she loves to visit Great Britain and Ireland. Researching trips meant that she tries to learn as much about the area as possible and listen to great Celtic music. She's also a knitter and hiker/walker with two cats(the cats don't walk).

She also writes Regency Romance under the name Jerusha Moors. Her sister introduced her to the books of Georgette Heyer, and she never outgrew her love of romance novels, especially from the Regency period. She hopes you enjoy her stories and books about that period and follow her on social media.

She truly appreciates you sharing this adventure with her. She will continue to write about magic, love, and the small town of Antrim, Maine. Please leave reviews and like her Facebook page or follow her blog or twitter feed for further updates.

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The Handkerchief N.W. / Jerusha Moors

Jane Ratcliffe and Charles Montgomery grew up together, best friends until an incident occurred that shamed Jane and ruined their friendship. Will the Midsummer Ball change that and give them a second chance at love?

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Always - A Regency Short Story N.W. / Jerusha Moors

Spinster Anne Grey is in London to help her younger sister, Cecily, find a husband. Richard Blount, Earl of Wakefield is looking for a wife. Can Anne win the stern Earl for herself?

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The Story of Gilly Flowers N.W. / Jerusha Moors

Isabella MacDonnell lives in the small town of Antrim, Maine. Will she find mystery and magic when she visits her neighbor, Gilly Flowers, one summer morning?

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The Oak King and the Holly King N.W. / Jerusha Moors

Nola McLaren and Owen Campell are ready to celebrate their first real Winter Solstice together along with other friends and family in the small town of Antrim, Maine. An old Celtic legend will be the foundation for a big surprise for Owen.

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