Kerrigan Byrne lives with her husband on the coast of Washington State's Olympic Peninsula in a Victorian-era town almost frozen in time. When she's not writing, you might find her on the beach with her dogs, lounging at a local vineyard or brewery, or buying things she doesn't need at antique stores. Her novels include the Victorian Rebels series (starting with The Highwayman) and the Devil You Know series (which begins with How To Love A Duke in Ten Days). She loves to hear from her readers, who can contact her through her website.
Will suck readers in...a worthy finale. - Publishers
Flawlessly written. - Booklist
Hot romance and tantalizing intrigue...Readers will be delighted. - Publishers Weekly starred review on All Scot and Bothered
Will ensnare readers with its soul-searing, richly sensual love story, expertly spiced with just the right dash of dry wit and generous measure of thrilling danger. - Booklist starred review on All Scot and Bothered Byrne crafts a smoldering romance that combines an enticing, well-matched couple with an original storyline about the underbelly of Victorian society that keeps the readers guessing. - Library Journal on All Scot and Bothered [Tantalizes] readers with the couple's teasing and building passion. - Publisher's Weekly on How To Love A Duke in Ten Days
...Byrne's writing comes to vivid life on the page, plopping you in the middle of piratical scheming with such verve you'll swear you can feel the sea spray on your face. ...Byrne weaves in such undeniable thrills and a sweeping sense of all-consuming passion that you may just end up falling for the story against your better judgment. -- Entertainment Weekly on The Duke With the Dragon Tattoo Another winner in a stellar series. -- Library Journal starred review on The Duke With the Dragon Tattoo Everything about this deliciously dark and dangerous historical romance is done to perfection. -- Bookliststarred review on The Duke With the Dragon Tattoo Readers who feel guilty about craving the thrill of a Victorian bodice-ripper will appreciate the moral reassurance of Byrne's sensitive characterizations. -- Publisher's Weekly Starred Review on The Duke with the Dragon Tattoo