Welcome

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Hello, and welcome to my little corner of the internet. Please come on in and take a look around.

I’m Janice and I’ve been writing emotional and sensual historical romances for Harlequin Mills and Boon (HMB) Historicals since 2014. I love to write books with linked characters, so you’ll often find old friends popping up in my stories!

I blog somewhat sporadically, but I’m always happy to hear from readers – you can contact me using the Contact Me tab above or connect with me on my Facebook Author page or on Twitter @janicegpreston

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Praise for Janice Preston from Amazon readers:

“Janice Preston is my favourite Regency author.”

“…sure to delight fans of Mary Balogh and Jo Beverley”

“…one of the genre’s most outstanding writers”

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COMING SOON

Daring to Love the Duke’s Heir

Book 2 of the Beauchamp Heirs

She’s totally unsuitable… To be his duchess

Dominic Beauchamp, Lord Avon, is a powerful duke’s heir and it’s his duty to marry well. His bride must have impeccable breeding, manners and grace. But can anyone meet his exacting standards? Certainly not the irrepressible Liberty Lovejoy, who’s been thrust into society after years of being a provincial nobody. She’s too bold, too bubbly… so why is she the only lady he’s thinking about?

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What Amazon readers say – 

‘The writing flows as elegantly as the Regency characters themselves.’

‘Janice has a real knack of drawing you in and keeping you there.’ 

‘I can’t wait to read more from Janice Preston!’

 ‘The dialogue positively sparkles.’

‘Janice Preston has the knack of effective characterisation and I think her name will be seen a lot in future.’

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  1. I just read FROM WALLFLOWER TO COUNTESS and I loved it. I would love to learn more about Yvette and I think Harriet needs her own story.

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