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Shakespeare by Day, Romance at Night
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Shakespeare by Day, Romance at Night

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Shakespeare by Day, Romance at Night

Shakespeare by Day, Romance at Night
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The two faces of Mary Bly

The two faces of Mary Bly: her workaday style, left; and as she appears on book jackets. eloisajames.com hide caption

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By day, Mary Bly is a respectable English professor at New York's Fordham University. But she has a secret — one might even say romantic — double life. As Eloisa James, she's the author of best-selling romance novels like Duchess in Love, and Much Ado About You.

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