Let’s pretend we’ve been friends for years.
I’ve lived inside my head since I was old enough to think, and I have no idea when that was. I do remember being called to the front of the class in second grade to tell the other students a story, and I made up a whopper.
That became a regular gig.
When people ask me what kind of books I write, I hem and haw, because my first three-book series was a paranormal romance, my second three-book series was a time-travel body-swap romance, and my seventh book was sweet Regency romance.
I really have to decide on a brand. Ha!
Published by Robin Helm
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Robin Helm's time revolves around music as she plays and teaches. Her books reflect that love, as well as her fascination with the paranormal and science fiction.
Her latest publication is Understanding Elizabeth, in which Darcy must decide how much he’s willing to pay to have what he wants. Previously published works include The Guardian Trilogy (Darcy is Elizabeth’s guardian angel) and the Yours by Design series (Fitzwilliam Darcy switches places in time with his descendant, Will Darcy).
Mrs. Helm is also featured in a series of anthologies with several other like-minded authors. A Very Austen Christmas has been a Best Seller on Amazon in several categories. A Very Austen Valentine was released on December 29, 2018. A Very Austen Romance is being planned for December 2019.
She lives in South Carolina and adores her husband, two married daughters, three grandchildren, and four family dogs.
The Guardian Trilogy
Austenesque Reviews 2013 P & P Variation/Alternate Path Award
Yours by Design series
Austenesque Reviews, Top Ten Time Travel novels
Of Pens and Pages, Top 5 Modern Pride & Prejudice Retellings
A Very Austen Christmas: Austen Anthologies, Book 1
More Agreeably Engaged, Favorite Books of 2017
A Very Austen Valentine: Austen Anthologies, Book 2
More Agreeably Engaged, Favorite Anthology, 2018
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