LUCINDA BRANT is a New York Times, USA Today and Audible bestselling author of award-winning Georgian historical romances & mysteries full of wit and adventure.
Lucinda has degrees in History, Political Science, and Law from the Australian National University, and a post-graduate diploma in Education. Before becoming a full-time writer, Lucinda taught History and Geography at an exclusive boarding school for young ladies. She has been researching and reading about the 18th Century for forty years, and still finds the Georgian era just as fascinating now as then.
Lucinda's writing cave is situated in the middle of a koala reserve, so her neighbours are cute and friendly and sleep a lot during the day, though they are sometimes rowdy at night, partying-on with their friends the echidnas, bats, snakes, possums, kangaroos, and wombats.
Lucinda drinks too much coffee and is addicted to Pinterest. Come join her there in her 18th Century world

Book List in Order:14 titles

  • Summer 1764. Alec and Selina anxiously await the birth of their first child at their estate in Kent. It should be a time of family celebration, but the death of a young poacher has Alec investigating murder. And when renovations to his sprawling mano...


  • This second volume of previously unpublished letters from the private correspondence of the Roxton family spans a twenty-year period, from the 1770s to the late 1780s. They complement the later chronology of the award-winning Roxton Family Saga novel...


  • Lucinda Brant brings the Georgian era to life as no one else can! —Cynthia Wright, New York Times bestselling authorRoxton Family Saga Book 5: Henri-Antoine and Lisa’s Happily Ever AfterA standalone romantic adventure set against the backdrop of ...


  • Lucinda Brant's writing is evocative, emotional, and a treat for the senses —Annette Blair, New York Times bestselling authorRoxton Family Saga: Mary and Christopher’s Happily Ever After1770s Gloustershire and Hampshire.Widowed and destitute, Lad...


  • Autumn 1763. Alec Halsey has been elevated to a marquessate he doesn't want and Polite Society believes he doesn't deserve. And with the suspicion he murdered his brother still lingering in London drawing rooms, returning to the city might well be a ...


  • Winter 1763. Alec, Lord Halsey is sent on a diplomatic mission to Midanich, imperial outpost of the Holy Roman Empire, to bargain for the freedom of imprisoned friends. Midanich is a place of great danger and dark secrets, a country at civil war rule...


  • Previously unpublished letters from the private correspondence of the Roxton family, spanning 1743-1777, including extracts from the diaries of Antonia, 5th Duchess of Roxton and 7th Duchess of Kinross. Volume One complements the first three books of...


  • The Roxton Family Saga is unsurpassed Georgian romance—Cheryl Bolen, New York Times bestselling authorRoxton Family Saga: Dair and Rory’s Happily Ever After1770s London and Hampshire.Alisdair ‘Dair’ Fitzstuart, hero of the American Revolution...


  • Jane and Salt—Four years of Happily Ever AfterSir Antony Templestowe—Four years of ExileLady Caroline—Four years of HeartacheDiana St. John—Four years plotting RevengeThe time has come...Just when you feel safe to resurface Lucinda Brant retu...






  • 2012 Readers' Favorite International Book Awards FinalistA beautiful duchess mourns for her belovedA sun-bronzed merchant returns to claim a birthrightDisparate souls in need of love and renewalPaths cross and the journey begins... Hampshire, England...


  • Lucinda Brant's sweeping family sagas remind me why I fell in love with historical romance —Cheryl Bolen, New York Times bestselling author1760s England and France: Based on real events, a hasty midnight marriage establishes a dynasty.Just twelve y...



  • Winner of the $10,000 Woman's Day/Random House Romantic Fiction Prize Shortlisted for Romance Writers of Australia Romantic Novel of the Year 2014 Readers' Favorite International Book Award Finalist France and England in the age of hedonism and enlig...


  • Another delicious Georgian gem from Lucinda Brant: High drama, deep emotion, and witty prose, all deftly sprinkled with historical detail to keep you mesmerized from beginning to end. Immerse yourself in the romance and opulence of her eighteenth cen...