Fenella-MillerFenella Miller

Fenella Jane Miller was born in the Isle of Man. Her father was a Yorkshire man and her mother the daughter of a Rajah. She has worked as a nanny, cleaner, field worker, hotelier,chef, secondary and primary teacher and is now a full time writer.

She has over twenty five Regency romantic adventures published plus one Jane Austen re-telling and two WW2 historical novels.
She lives in a pretty, riverside village in Essex with her husband. She has two adult children and three grandchildren.


Titles: The Unconventional Miss Walters (Hale), The Return of Lord Rivenhall (MWSC), A Suitable Husband, A Dissembler,The Mesalliance, Lord Thurston’s Challenge, A Debt of Honour, The House Party, The Ghosts At Nedingfield Hall, Two Gentlemen From London (Hale), A Country Mouse (MWSC), Miss Bennett & Mr Bingley (Park Publishing) Barbara’s War, Hannah’s War (Create Space) Lady Eleanor’s Secret, A Cornish Maid, Christmas at Hartford Hall, Miss Peterson & The Colonel, Miss Bannerman & The Duke, Miss Shaw & The Doctor (Musa Books)

Fenella has several books indie published, including 10 Regencies and 3 Regency boxsets. Search Kindle.

Miss Bennett & Mr Bingley

millermissbennetmrbingleycoverresizedIn Miss Bennet & Mr Bingley, Fenella J Miller returns to Jane Austen’s best loved novel, Pride and Prejudice, giving an insight into both Charles and Jane’s private thoughts through that difficult year. We discover what Jane did in London and how Charles filled the days until he was able to return to Netherfield. This book takes us past the wedding – when Kitty Bennet becomes the heroine of the hour.
“Jane Bennet is in the spotlight in Fenella-Jane Miller’s delightful novel. We see Jane’s growing love for Bingley as well as her view of Elizabeth and Darcy’s unfolding relationship, and we find out what happened to her in London when she thought all was lost. Humorous, engaging and true to Jane Austen’s world, this is a charming read for Austen fans.”” Amanda Grange is the bestselling author of Mr Darcy’s Diary, (Mr Knightley’s Diary, Captain Wentworth’s Diary and many others)