Carolyn Miller is an Australian author of inspirational historical romance, particularly that of the Regency era, and loves creating worlds where flawed people can grow in faith, hope and love.
Carolyn Miller is an Inspirational Regency romance author who lives in the beautiful Southern Highlands of New South Wales, Australia with her husband and four children. Together with her husband she has pastored a church for ten years, and worked as a public high school English and Learning and Support teacher.
A longtime lover of romance, especially that of Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer’s Regency era, Carolyn holds a BA in English Literature, and loves drawing readers into fictional worlds that show the truth of God’s grace in our lives.
She loves reading, music, films, gardens, art, travel and international food, and really enjoy creating worlds where flawed people can grow in faith, hope and love.
Her Regency novels include the award winning The Elusive Miss
Ellison, The Captivating Lady Charlotte, The Dishonorable Miss
DeLancey, Winning Miss Winthrop, Miss Serena's Secret, The Making of Mrs Hale, and A Hero for Miss Hatherleigh, all published by Kregel Publications.
Carolyn is represented by Tamela Hancock Murray of the Steve Laube agency.
My newest release:
Title: Dusk's Darkest Shores
Genre: Inspirational Historical Romance / Regency
Publisher: Kregel Publications
Release Date: April 20, 2021
How can a meek wallflower help a returning war hero whose dreams are plunged into darkness?
Mary Bloomfield has no illusions. Her chances for matrimony have long since passed her by. Still, her circumstances are pleasant enough, especially now that she has found purpose in assisting her father with his medical practice in England's beautiful Lake District. Even without love, it's a peaceful life.
That is until Adam Edgerton returns to the sleepy district. This decorated war hero did not arrive home to acclaim and rest, but to a new battle against the repercussions of an insidious disease. Mary's caring nature cannot stand to see someone suffer--but how can she help this man see any brightness in his future when he's plunged into melancholic darkness, his dreams laid waste by his condition? Adam wants no charity, but he's also no coward. If this gentle woman can work hard, how can he do less? Together they struggle to find a way forward for him.
Frustration and antipathy slowly develop into friendship and esteem. Then a summer storm atop a mountain peak leads to scandal--and both Mary and Adam must search the depths of their hearts for answers if they hope to find any future path with happiness at its end.
“In her signature style that sucks readers straight back to the Regency era, Carolyn Miller crafts a story rich with little-explored history that held me enthralled from the get-go!”
Roseanna M. White, best-selling author of the Ladies of the Manor and Shadows Over England series
“Carolyn Miller has quickly become one of my go-to Regency authors. I know when I pick up one of her novels, I will find myself immersed in a story with characters that keep pulling me back to the pages. In A Hero for Miss Hatherleigh, I found myself slipping into a world filled with fossils, friendship, and the whispers of love, yet haunted by a shadow of danger. With a keen eye for historical detail and descriptions that transported me to the shores of England, this book was a delight.”
Cara Putman, author of the Hidden Justice and Cornhusker Dreams series
“Move over, Elizabeth Bennet. Here comes Miss Hatherleigh! In true Jane Austen style, Carolyn Miller pens a delightful Regency novel filled with intrigue and a dash of danger. Heroine Caroline Hather- leigh learns a lesson or two in geology and love when she meets the handsome Gideon Kirby . . . but is he who he says he is? Readers of all ages will love this fine historical romance.”
Michelle Griep, Christy Award winner of the Once Upon a Dickens Christmas series
Endorsements for the Regency Brides series
“Carolyn Miller is witty, romantic, and heartwarming, with a gentle dose of faith-boldness, too. Layered characters and attention to his- torical detail make each book a great read!”
Reading Is My Superpower, blog, readingismysuperpower.org
“Readers who are looking for an English historical romance reminis- cent of Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer will be delighted!”
Carrie Turansky, award-winning author of Across the Blue andShine Like the Dawn
“Carolyn Miller writes with skill and grace that brings the Regency period to vivid life.”
Julianna Deering, author of the Drew Farthering Mysteries
“Carolyn Miller doesn’t disappoint with yet another engaging Regency novel that leaves you wanting more. . . . With impeccable accuracy, witty dialogue, and seamless integration of Christian faith, Carolyn weaves a classic tale that is sure to become a permanent addition to your collection.”
Amber Miller Stockton, best-selling author of Liberty’s Promise
“With exquisite dialogue, beautiful descriptions, and careful atten- tion to detail, Carolyn Miller continues to draw her readers into a magnificent Regency world.”
Pepper D. Basham, author of the Penned in Time and Mitchell’s Crossroads series
“Books like Winning Miss Winthrop remind me why Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer have been longtime favorite authors of mine. . . . While many modern-day authors are able to dress their stories in an admirable reproduction, few are able to re-create the tone and essence of the era with the authenticity Carolyn Miller displays.”
Fiction Aficionado, blog, fictionaficionadoblog.wordpress.com