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Nominated for the RAVEN AWARDS

 

 

 

The Baxendale Sisters Series is coming soon in a boxed set!

Meet the Baxendale family and learn of the five sisters journey to matrimony. Four have been nominated for awards.

LADY HONOR

LADY FAITH

LADY HOPE

LADY CHARITY

LADY MERCY

This great cover is by Erin Dameron-Hill.

Reviews:

LADY HONOR’S DEBT

“I really enjoyed this novel. It was fun, thrilling, and romantic! A wonderful story filled with fantastic characters that you can’t help but fall in love with!” Amazon Reviewer.

LADY FAITH TAKES A LEAP

“I enjoyed the story and characters, it was well written, and flowed wonderfully. I liked the little bumps and surprises that popped up along the way. A wonderful story!”

Reading Alley

LADY HOPE AND THE DUKE OF DARKNESS

“I do wish to thank Miss Anderson for giving us the gift of her talent.” Amazon Reviewer.

THE SEDUCTION OF LADY CHARITY

“Ms. Andersen has created a wonderfully intriguing cast of characters. THE SEDUCTION OF LADY CHARITY can stand alone but readers might find themselves returning to the first book of the series just to see what they might have missed from Ms Andersen’s original stories.”  InD’Tale Magazine

THE SCANDALOUS LADY MERCY

“Andersen writes an adventurous regency book that one wishes to keep reading, even after the story is done. This novel is part of a series but is a fantastic standalone work.” InD’Tale Magazine.

New Release!

My Regency Romantic Suspense novella CAROLINE AND THE CAPTAIN is released in a box set with bestselling and award winning authors! 99 cents! Coming soon to Barnes & Noble, Kobo, iBooks, and other stores.

 

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Regency Romance Series

 

THE SCANDALOUS LADY MERCY

The Baxendale Sisters

Book Five

 

Nominated for the 2017 RONE Award!

Can be read as a standalone.

 

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After her four sisters married for love, Mercy Baxendale, in her first London Season, wants the same for herself. Her requirements are simple. The man she marries must be madly in love with her, and he must also be prepared to support her business venture.
When an incident lands Lady Mercy Baxendale and Grant Viscount Northcliffe in the scandal sheets and has everyone in London talking, they are forced into a marriage of convenience. Although Northcliffe is quite the most handsome man she’s met, he does not fill her criterion for a husband. Not only does he appear to be a man with secrets, he has a very public mistress.
Grant foresees no rush to marry and produce an heir. His grandfather, the Duke of Rotherham, and Grant’s father are still above ground. And squiring a fiancée around London for the Season is difficult with the dangerous work he’s undertaken for the Crown.
While he accepts that circumstances have thrust marriage upon him, he wishes his reluctant fiancée would be warmer. There’s a decidedly chilly expression in her beautiful blue eyes when she looks at him.
Will they find it possible to overcom

e their differences and love one another, or will his secrets destroy their chance of happiness?

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Reviews:

“There are several plot twists in this charming story, which make if a real page turner. The characters are plentiful and fresh, and Northciffe is quite noble. The scenery and muddy roads are described in exquisite detail and one feels as though they are there riding on those roads on a slightly wild steed.  The sisterly love is portrayed so beautifully, that it almost oozes out of the book. Andersen writes an adventurous Regency book that one wishes to continue reading even after when the story is done. This novel is part of a series but is a fantastic standalone work.”

InD’tale Magazine.

“I have had the privilege of reading Maggi Andersen’s latest delightful novel which focuses on another of the Baxendale sisters. Mercy is the tomboy of the family who matures into a thoughtful and considerate girl who has no wish to rock the family respectability so when scandal threatens, she does what is expected of her and marries Grant, Viscount Northcliffe.

Mercy might be strong willed and capable, with an eye to starting her own business, but she longs to be loved by the husband she has grown to adore. However, Grant’s his secret work for the Crown prevents him sharing a large part of his life with his new wife, while Mercy worries that he is also continuing his liaison with his mistress.

This is a lovely story where pride and misunderstandings stand in the way of a couple’s happiness until Mercy’s life is put in danger and all secrets must be revealed.

I shall be sorry when Ms. Andersen runs out of Baxendale girls, but as most of them have children perhaps she will introduce us to the next generation.”

Anita Davison.

THE BARON’S WIFE

Victorian Romantic Suspence Novel

This fabulous cover by Erin Dameron-Hill

Cover Model: Jimmy Thomas

Photographer: Bruce Heinsuis

 

 

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A dark cloud hovers over Wolfram, the ancient abbey Laura calls her new home. Can she trust the mysterious man she married?

After a whirlwind courtship, Laura Parr marries Baron, Lord Nathaniel Lanyon, and he takes her to live in his ancient home in Southern England. Laura comes to Cornwall excited to begin life with the passionate man she has married. But secrets lurk in the shadows. The death of Nathaniel’s first wife has never been solved, and some of the villagers believe him responsible. Struggling to understand her new husband, Laura tries to uncover the truth. With each stone unturned, she comes closer to danger.

Lord Nathaniel Lanyon had decided never to marry again. But when he meets Miss Laura Parr, the daughter of Sir Edmund Parr, one rainy afternoon, he realizes almost immediately that he must have her in his life. And the only way he could was to marry her.

Nathaniel believes that his troubled past is behind him and he can offer Laura a good life at Wolfram, even though he can never offer her his heart. But as soon as they come to live in the ancient abbey, the past returns to haunt him, revealing secrets that he thought had been buried forever. As he tries to fight the forces threatening to overwhelm him, he realizes that feisty Laura will demand more from him than he can give.

“In the style of Mary Stewart and Daphne du Maurier, Ms. Andersen’s Gothic novel will grip you from start to finish. You’ll feel the mists on the cliffs and young Laura’s terror and confusion. An excellent read.” Amazon Reviewer.

“From the beginning of this spine-chilling Gothic Novel, with beautiful word pictures of Cornwall, the author skilfully creates fear and suspicion. The twist at the end is a fiendishly clever one which I did not anticipate. The Baron’s Wife deserves the five stars I have awarded it. Amazon Reviewer.

“A Gothic romance in the classic style, the author is a master at creating ominous atmosphere and multilayered characters.” Coffee Time Romance and More.
“The plot was interesting and the added mystery kept me riveted. The novel kept me wondering until the end.” The Romance Studios.
“It was hard to put the story down as the mystery kept just out of reach, drawing the reader in further to the storyline. [It] kept me up way too late into the night following the puzzle of Wolfram Abbey. I look forward to seeing more from Maggi Andersen.” Siren Book Reviews.

I loved the way the author included Laura’s fashions. The detailed description of her clothes and also her surroundings helped put me in their world. I liked all the characters especially her Aunt Dora. She was like a modern gypsy woman, giving parties to her artsy friends and reading tarot cards. The plot was interesting and the added mystery kept me riveted. The novel kept me wondering until the end. 5 Stars!  The Romance Studio.

Available in print!

Print Cover by Josephine Blake

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New Regency Romance Series

The Kinsey Family

UNMASKING LADY HELEN

Book One

August 2017

Cover by Erin Dameron-Hill

Nominated for the 2017 RONE Award!

THE SEDUCTION OF LADY CHARITY

Book Four

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As a young woman must marry and become engaged in proper duties, art can only be an accomplishment and a recreation.

Despite opposition at every turn, Charity Baxendale dreams of becoming a renowned portrait painter. She is heartened to receive two significant commissions from esteemed family members, and when a rakish Scottish baron commissions her to do his portrait, she dares hope she is one step closer.

When Robin, Lord Stanberry, with whom Charity has had a long friendship, asks her to marry him, she must choose between marriage and her career. Robin is heir to a dukedom, and Charity fears that not only would she be unsuited to life as a duchess, but also that her burgeoning career might end before it begins. And besides, Robin has made no mention of love.

After his uncle and heir die, Robin becomes the Duke of Harwood. Never having expected such an event, he feels unfitted for such a position. He was perfectly content living as a viscount in Tunbridge Wells, writing a manuscript on ornithology. Now he must leave all that he loves. He’d hoped to have Charity at his side by the time he took his place at Harwood Castle, for her pragmatic nature and strength of character would be of enormous help to him. Should he have thrown himself at her feet and declared an undying love? Charity would have seen through it, for that was not the sort of friendship they enjoyed. But her refusal has brought him lower than he’d thought possible. Can he change her mind, despite the distance that now lay between them?
InD’Tale Magazine Review
Ms. Andersen has created a wonderfully intriguing cast of characters. THE SEDUCTION OF LADY CHARITY can stand alone but readers might find themselves returning to the first book of the series just to see what they might have missed from Ms Andersen’s original stories.

 

THE SPIES OF MAYFAIR

 

Meet the three handsome Spies of Mayfair and their ladies!

Available in Kindle and Print

 

A DANGEROUS DECEPTION

Book One

Available in Print & Kindle

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London, 1816. A handsome baron. A faux betrothal. And Horatia’s plan to join the London literary set takes a dangerous turn.

Baron Guy Fortescue arrives in England to claim his inheritance, abandoned over thirty years ago when his father fled to France after killing a man in a duel. He is set upon by footpads in London, and on his way to his country estate, robbers attack him again. Guy escapes only to knock himself out on a tree branch.

Aspiring poet, Horatia Cavendish has taken to riding her father’s stallion, “The General,” around the countryside of Digswell dressed as a groom. When she discovers Guy lying unconscious on the road, the two are forced to take shelter for the night in a hunting lodge.

Someone wants Guy dead. Is it his relative, Eustace Fennimore? He has been ensconced in Rosecroft Hall during the family’s exile and will become the heir should Guy die. Guy proposes a faux betrothal to give him more time to discover the truth.

Horatia is determined to keep alive her handsome fiance, who has proven more than willing to play the part of her lover even as he resists her attempts to save him.

Amazon Review: Horatia, riding in the woods, dressed as a boy, discovers a man knocked out after an attack. She drags him to a cabin to help him. She’s afraid to reveal herself, though she’s attracted to this handsome stranger. They both turn out to be not who the other thinks. Ms. Andersen weaves danger and romance together with realistic characters and an authentic setting. I found this a compelling read.

 

A SPY TO LOVE

Book Two

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John Haldane, Earl of Strathairn, is on an urgent mission to find the killer of his fellow spy. Has the treasonous Frenchman, Count Forney, returned to England to wreak havoc? Or has someone new landed on English shores to stir up rebellion in the Midlands? After visiting the young widow of one of his agents, Strathairn strengthens his resolve never to wed. And most certainly not to Lady Sibella Winborne, with her romantic ideas of love and marriage. Unable to give Sibella up entirely, he has kept her close as a friend. And then weak fool that he is he kissed her…

Lady Sibella Winborne has refused several offers of marriage since her first Season years ago — when she first set eyes on the handsome Earl of Strathairn. Sibella’s many siblings always rush to her aid to discourage an ardent suitor, but not this time. Her elder brother, Chaloner, Marquess of Brandreth, is insisting she marry. Sibella yearns to set up her own household. She is known to be the sensible member of the family. But she doesn’t feel at all sensible about Lord Strathairn. If only she could forget that kiss…

Amazon Review: Another engaging book by Maggi Andersen. Well plotted and enjoyable, with lots of dimensional characters, and a gripping plot which is refreshing for a historical romance. Highly recommend.

A SECRET AFFAIR

Book Three

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A widow resigned to her fate… When Lady Althea Brookwood comes up against a dangerous foe, she is forced to marry a man of influence. But her former life with her cruel husband has made her distrust men. She will grace her husband’s drawing room and his bedchamber, but her heart will remain uninvolved.Leaving his sad past behind in Ireland … Irishman, Flynn, Viscount Montsimon has become a renowned diplomat and close confidant of the Prince Regent. A handsome rake many women of the ton wish to take to their beds, Flynn treats women lightly. Until he meets a lady who seems impervious to his charms. She appears to want to get to the heart of who he is. But what does she really want?Embroiled in a dangerous game of intrigue … Flynn cannot afford to lose his focus, for there is not just his heart at stake…

Amazon review of A Secret Affair “A wonderful, wonderful book! The H and h both had had problems in the past to overcome but neither played the victim. There was a mystery, murders, espionage and romance. The ending was sublime! I plan to look for other books by this author.”

 

 

TWINED

A Contemporary Romantic Suspense

Now available in print!

Sale Price $0.99!

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FINALIST in the EMERALD PRO AWARD

Angeline Martin tried to run away from her past. But the past has a way of catching up with you.

FINALIST in the EMERALD PRO AWARD

After ten years working in Hong Kong as a journalist, Angeline Martin is called back to Australia when her twin sister Dany is injured in a car accident. Things are not as they seem. Dany, a talented artist is reluctant to talk about what happened. Angeline finds herself caught up in the dark side of the art world. Detective Alexander’s need to solve the mystery behind a man’s death quickly becomes complicated by his growing feelings for Angie. Maggi Andersen teams with journalist Adam Frost in this story of murder and deception.

Bestselling romance writer, Maggi Andersen teams with Adam Frost in this explosive story of murder and deception.

“The plot, which leaves readers dangling until the end, is masterfully woven.” InD’tale Magazine

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Praise for Maggi Andersen

THE RELUCTANT MARQUESS :Readers will love the delightful tale of love in an arranged marriage. As troubles buffet the new couple and their love is tested, readers will be rooting for them to make it through. Entertainment At Its Best—A Quick And Charming Story!”– RT BOOK REVIEWS THE FOLLY AT FALCONBRIDGE HALL: The author deserves high praise for her ability to capture the reader’s attention and engage one in both the mystery and the romance of this delightful story!” -Margaret Faria InD’Tale Magazine A BARON IN HER BED : Andersen’s first Spies of Mayfair novel is a romance that shows the darker aspect of the Regency. There is a nice mystery, with some captivating secondary characters, plenty of action and a hero and heroine that play well off each other.”  -RT BOOK REVIEWS Maggi banner2 200x200

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