Golden Heart® winning author of historical romance.

“How the Duke was Won is exciting and emotional— evocative of the best of the genre. If you’ve been looking for a bold, new voice in historical romance, the search ends here. Lenora Bell is it.”


Sarah MacLean, New York Times bestselling author

2016-04-11T08:50:26+00:00
“How the Duke was Won is exciting and emotional— evocative of the best of the genre. If you’ve been looking for a bold, new voice in historical romance, the search ends here. Lenora Bell is it.” Sarah MacLean,…Read More
2016-04-11T08:55:53+00:00
“Debut author Bell begins the Disgraceful Dukes Regency series with a winning tale…Colorful supporting characters, plentiful plot twists, and the trials of star-crossed lovers make for a sizzling and heartwarming page-turner.” – Publishers Weekly, Starred
2016-04-11T09:14:53+00:00
“Bell has found a new avenue to the happily-ever-after of the Regency era, and it’s one that fans will enjoy exploring. Bold and sweet as good chocolate, this debut romance will give Regency fans a new author for…Read More
2016-04-11T09:24:48+00:00
“RWA Golden Heart winner Bell’s debut romance, the first in her Disgraceful Dukes series, is a knockout with its seductive combination of breathtakingly sexy romance, a refreshingly unconventional hero and heroine, and clever writing infused with droll wit.”…Read More
2016-04-11T09:39:58+00:00
“Combine the Princess and the Pea with a dollop of Cinderella and you have Bell’s fresh, lively romance! Along with its carefully crafted plot, rapid-fire repartee, quick pace and delightful characters, this sensual tale is a delectable romance…Read More

“Fresh, flirty, and fabulous! Lenora Bell is the new Belle of Historical Romance!”


- Kerrelyn Sparks, New York Times bestselling author

2016-04-13T07:28:35+00:00
“Fresh, flirty, and fabulous! Lenora Bell is the new Belle of Historical Romance!” – Kerrelyn Sparks, New York Times bestselling author

“HOW THE DUKE WAS WON hooked me from page one with its humor, emotion, and captivating characters. Lenora Bell is a true delight to read.”


- Lorraine Heath, USA Today bestselling author

2016-04-13T07:32:28+00:00
“HOW THE DUKE WAS WON hooked me from page one with its humor, emotion, and captivating characters. Lenora Bell is a true delight to read.” – Lorraine Heath, USA Today bestselling author

“HOW THE DUKE WAS WON is everything that made me first fall in love with historical romances while still being new and different. Trust me...you’ve been waiting for Lenora Bell.”


- Sophie Jordan, New York Times bestselling author

2016-04-13T07:33:45+00:00
“HOW THE DUKE WAS WON is everything that made me first fall in love with historical romances while still being new and different. Trust me…you’ve been waiting for Lenora Bell.” – Sophie Jordan, New York Times bestselling author

“A debut that reads like an instant classic. Message to my readers: You’ll love Lenora Bell!”


- Eloisa James, New York Times bestselling author

2016-04-13T07:36:33+00:00
“A debut that reads like an instant classic. Message to my readers: You’ll love Lenora Bell!” – Eloisa James, New York Times bestselling author

Lenora’s Latest

  • Avon April 26 banner Release Day Giveaway Fever! - I’m so deliriously excited about HOW THE DUKE WAS WON finally arriving! I want to share the love! Over at the Romance Dish, we’re dishing bad boys & dukes and giving away four copies of HOW THE DUKE WAS WON +…Read More
  • unnamed Goodreads Cover Poll – Historical Represent! - Now don’t get me wrong–I love motorcycle bad boys as much as the next girl. And the more tattoos the better. But the 21st century did not invent the bad boy! Regency rogues may ride horses instead of…Read More
  • Avon April 26 banner Mother-in-law says “spicy!” - My sweet and supportive mother recommended HOW THE DUKE WAS WON to the entire women’s choir she directs. I was all, “mom, maybe you should READ it first” 😊. My mother-in-law was one of my first reviewers. She’s having…Read More
  • I Draw Love BLOG PIC 2 I Draw Love - I grew up in a ramshackle house in small-town Alaska that overflowed with books. My siblings and I even played literary card games, matching four-of-a-kind Shakespeare, Stevenson, Hawthorne, and, the only woman in the set, Louisa May Alcott. When I was a…Read More