Learning to Waltz wins the Regency category of the 2014 CHATELAINE AWARDS for Women’s Fiction and Romance, sponsored by Chanticleer Book Reviews!


In Learning to Waltz, Kerryn Reid has written the perfect historical romantic novel. Readers are taken on a beautiful journey of family and love, feeling the pain and hoping for a happy ever after ending. Flawless… I loved this book from the first page and was a captive reader till the very end. I cannot recommend this book strongly enough… This is a sure fire winner; do not pass it by.  --Readers’ Favorite 


Words. What magical and mysterious things!

Using little arrangements of letters on a page, a writer can take you someplace you’ve never been. She can take you forward or back, to a time no one really knows, and make it seem real.

With a different assortment of letters, she can draw you into a story simple or complex, light or dark, and persuade you it really could have happened.

And if she can just find the right words, she can take you inside a stranger’s heart.

We all need goals to strive for, and those are mine.

The place is England. The time is the early 1800s – the Regency.

My stories are small. Intimate. You’ll find no warring armies, no sweeping sagas. They’re historical, because I love history. And they’re romance, because the world needs happy endings.

In Learning to Waltz, I introduce you to Deborah and Evan. I know them as well as I know myself, and I hope that you, too, will catch a glimpse into their hearts. Let me know if I’ve found the right words.

Enter my world…

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