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Tempting
August 27, 2002
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My Lord Jack
May 1, 2002
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A Rogue's Pleasure
October 31, 2000
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Hope Tarr


Hope Tarr is a graduate of the Catholic University of America where she earned a master's degree in psychology and a Ph.D. in education. Her debut novel, A Rogue's Pleasure, is a nominee for Romantic Times' Reviewers' Choice Award for Best First Historical.

2002 will witness the release of two more Jove historical romances, both career "firsts" for Hope. My Lord Jack, a Jove "Highland Fling" romance (May 2002, ISBN #0-515-13339-6) is Hope's first Scottish-set historical. Sparks fly when pampered French beauty Claudia Valemont flees revolutionary France for Scotland in search of the Scottish father she has never known. Instead she meets Jack Campbell, a handsome half-English, half-Scottish outcast with a troubled past of his own.

September 2002 will see the publication of Hope's single-title debut, Tempting, a "My Fair Lady' story with a very special twist. Amidst the backdrop of Victorian London, aspiring Member of Parliament Simon Belleville rescues lovely young waif, Christine Tremayne from the worst of the Covent Garden brothels. Polishing this roughly hewn diamond into a proper English miss will test not only the depths of Simon's patience but also that of his very heart.

Hope is also a passionate spokesperson for the well- being of companion animals. As a volunteer project director for the Prevent a Litter Coalition (PaLC), she launched a national grassroots effort that united veterinarians and animal lovers around the country to win issuance of not one but two "Neuter/Spay Your Pet" U.S. commemorative postage stamps to be released in 2002. Whether dreaming up dashing heroes and spirited ladies to populate the fictional worlds of her historical romances or working to make her corner of the "real" world a brighter place for both humans and animals, Hope loves hearing from readers. You can contact her at P.O. Box 7666, Fredericksburg, VA 22404, by email at TarrRogue@aol.com, or visit her site on the World Wide Web, hopetarr.com .

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