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Publication Order of Agents of the Crown Books

Racing with the Wind (2012)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Against the Wind (2013)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Wind Raven (2014)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
A Secret Scottish Christmas (2017)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Rogue's Holiday (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of The Clan Donald Saga Books

Summer Warrior (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of The Donet Trilogy Books

To Tame the Wind (2015)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Echo in the Wind (2017)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
A Fierce Wind (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Medieval Warriors Books

The Red Wolf's Prize (2014)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Rogue Knight (2015)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Rebel Warrior (2016)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
King's Knight (2016)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

The Refuge (2016)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Twelfth Night Wager (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Short Stories/Novellas

The Holly & The Thistle (2012)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Shamrock & The Rose (2013)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Anthologies

We'd Rather Be Writing: 88 Authors Share Timesaving Dinner Recipes and Other Tips(2015)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Regan Walker is a bestselling, award-winning author of Medieval, Georgian, and Regency romances. Her fictional novels weave in historical figures and history combined with a little of love, mystery, and political intrigue to make for some great tales. Most of her novels are written with real historic figures and real history and often have a happy ending, since she intends to provide readers with the experience of real historical events in addition to love and adventure. Given the nature of her novels, she usually does a lot of research that she loves, given that she once was a full-time lawyer. Her previous work as a lawyer also demanded meeting new people and a lot of international travel, which is what she still does though much of it is through her computer and books. Given her love for historical romance, she knows what sovereigns demand of their subjects. As such, when she started writing stories and novels, it was just natural that they would have a sovereign that saw his subjects as a private talent pool. It was from such a mentality that inspired the “Agents of the Crown” and the “Medieval Warriors” series. Walker currently lives near the coast in San Diego, California from where she writes her novels while still practicing as a lawyer part time.

Walker grew up in Los Angeles and at the age of four, her mother taught her how to read. She introduced her to the world of books as every weekend they would head down to the library, where she would get a stack of books to take her through the week. As a reader of fairy tales, Regan Walker started writing stories when she was still a child. Regan wrote a story titled “A20th Century Pollyanna” about a brave young girl when she was about ten. However, the idea of becoming a professional author was never something she was interested in, even though she had very good scores in the creative writing classes in high school. Since she had always wanted to become a naturalist she majored in science in college. After graduation, she considered pursuing a Ph.D. in science to pursue a career in academia but ultimately decided to study the law. Walker’s decision to study the law was influenced by some of her professors who heard her debate and argue and believed she would be a great fit. Moreover, she reasoned that lawyers were decision-makers and that it would be better to be a hammer as opposed to a nail. After decades in the legal field, her creative senses were dulled as for the most part, her writing was exclusive to highly technical legal material and advocacy for clients.

During the 2009 economic downturn, Regan Walker had a lot of time on her hands and started reading for pleasure once again. She does not remember when she stumbled across the romance genre but like many other people, she always thought they were cheap melodramatic stories. Once she started reading, she found historical romances from England Scotland and Europe that were full of thrills and adventure and she could not get enough of them. In 2011, one of her best friends heard her talk about alternative endings to some romances she was reading and they were so beautiful that she urged her to write her own. In 2012, she wrote “Racing with the Wind” her debut novel in the “Agents of the Crown Series” and has never looked back since. However, this was not her first foray into writing historical romance as she had been writing about it on “Historical Romance Review,” her blog for months before she was published. Regan currently has more than fifteen novels in the “Agents of the Crown,” “Medieval Warriors,” “Donet Trilogy,” and “Clan Donald Saga” series alongside several single standing novels and novellas.

Regan Walker’s debut novel “Racing with the Wind” is the story of the Marquess of Ormond, Hugh Redgrave the son of the Duke of Albany. He is also the legendary Nighthawk that had been responsible for stealing some o0f the most treasured secrets of Napoleon. But he is hiding his identity as a rake and horseman in France now that he is back in England. He needs to find a wife from the many unsophisticated and innocent women who come into the town every year. An arranged marriage is in the offing but he prefers working for the Crown and postponing marriage for as long as he can. But then Lady Mary Campbell riding a magnificent black stallion crosses his path and he is left in thrall. She is a rebellious, intelligent, and independent girl who is bored with the start of her debutante season. All she wants is the world of her statesman uncle and the adventure that working for the Crown often brings. When her uncle leaves town to go to Paris, she accompanies him only to find the mysterious Lord Ormond at the French King’s court. She had always been independent but she is increasingly fascinated with the young rake and even more so when she learns he is meddling with her plans to uncover a traitorous scheme against the Bourbon king.

“Against the Wind” by Regan Walker is set in 1817 where Martin Powell is back in England after years as an intelligence agent in France. On his return, he goes to a high-class brothel for one last mission only to fall under the spell of a courtesan. But after a night of passion, she vanishes and he learns that Kit is not a courtesan but a Lady who has run away after murdering her evil brother in law. Powell is smitten and wants to find Lady Egerton and make her his. She has found refuge at the residence of her former governess after she was raped by her brother in law, which is what led to her killing him. She is embarrassed at what happened between her and the mysterious gentleman and runs away to find work working with two debutantes. But Powell finds and rescues her from Earl Rutledge who wants to revenge his brother. Martin proposes marriage but the England he has returned to is not the same one he had left and he fears his activities for the Crown might put her in danger. His mission back home is to pose as a French reformist and infiltrate malcontents who are leading the marches and riots that can be very dangerous.

Regan Walker’s “Wind Raven” introduces Tara McConnell a woman that has been living with her aunt in London for a year. She had been sent to the capital by her father who wanted her to learn the ways of a lady from her aunt. Tara had a successful debut season but she longs to see her brothers and father and to be home. He is grateful for the guidance she got but she does not want to marry an Englishman. One of her brothers had died fighting the war with Britain and she believed that the English were selfish people. Just enjoying the company of their men feels traitorous and she can’t wait to go home, particularly when she learns that her father has been taken ill. Her aunt puts her on a ship captained by Nick Powell whose mother was a friend to Tara’s aunt. What they did not know was that Nick was on an assignment for the Prince Regent and is sailing for the Caribbean looking for information on Roberto Confresi the pirate. He cannot say no to taking her in, after all, he thinks how much trouble can she be for a ship with a full crew? But Tara is no ordinary woman.

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