Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Welcome Passionate Cook & Author Regan Walker






Regan Walker


I’m a confirmed Californian and live in San Diego with my Golden Retriever. It’s been about four years that I’ve been reading romance, and once I fell in love with the genre of historical romance, I couldn’t wait to write one. All of my earlier writing had been in connection with my profession as a lawyer (very boring stuff!). Since I had traveled extensively and had a feel for the demands of “the Crown” on its subjects from my time in government, it was natural I would write about a demanding Prince Regent and three hunky heroes who are on “special assignments” for him in various places. The first in my Agents of the Crown trilogy is Racing with the Wind.


My novel is a Regency historical romance set in London and Paris in 1816 and tells the story of the intrepid daughter of an earl who leaves London for the Parisian court of Louis XVIII, where she finds adventure, mystery, and above all, love. Some of the secondary characters are real, historic figures of the time.

Prune Cake recipe:

I love this recipe, which I’ve had since I was in high school and just learning to cook. It’s a great cake to bake and keep in the refrigerator for when company drops by unexpectedly during the holidays. It’s not too sweet and very healthy (well, except for some sugar, of course). Everyone I know loves it and I’ve been asked for it many times. It’s a great gift cake, too, and sometimes I make it in small Bundt pans. In keeping with my Regency era novel, in Passionate Cooks it’s titled Prinny’s Prune Cake in honor of George, the Prince Regent of England.

For the full recipe, visit Regan's blog here: http://www.reganwalkerauthor.com/regans-recipes.html and click on the Prune Cake Recipe and it is also on page 227 of the Passionate Cookbook.




Regan’s Romance Reviews blog: http://reganromancereview.blogspot.com/

Thank you so much for visiting me today, Regan. I wish you much success in your Crown series.

4 comments:

  1. Nice to learn more of your background, Regan. Good luck with your book.

    Toni

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    1. Thanks, Toni! And thanks for stopping by...hope you enjoy the recipe, too.

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  2. Like your blurb about Racing.

    Susan

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  3. Thank you Toni and Susan for stopping by to say Hi to Regan and read about her book and Prune Cake recipe. Did you get your copy of the Passionate Cookbook where there are a ton of great recipes? Don't forget it is free at All Romance Ebooks Cafe section.

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