Elizabeth Keysian is an English archaeologist, teacher and museum curator. She first started writing "long stories" when her headmaster father needed something to keep her quiet during school summer holidays. In her teenage years she produced angst-ridden poetry, slightly disturbing sketches for an amateur dramatics group and even her own magazine, to the mixed delight and consternation of her friends.
After completing her History degree, Elizabeth joined an English Civil War re-enactment group, messed about with the Middle Ages and finally settled to an enjoyable reconstruction of Tudor Daily Life at Kentwell Hall in Suffolk.
Her imagination was further inspired by living for seven years on a Knights Templar estate, with a garage full of skeletons, a resident ghost and a moat teeming with newts. She now lives near Bath with her partner and cats.
Wanton in Wessex | Wayward in Wessex
Books:A Potion for Passion, October 2018
Wanton in Wessex #2
Vanquishing the Viscount, April 2018
Wayward in Wessex #3
A Perilous Passion, December 2017
Wanton in Wessex #1
Unmasking the Earl, May 2017
Wayward in Wessex #2
Distracting the Duke, February 2017
Wayward in Wessex #1