Rebecca Chance is the pseudonym under which Lauren Henderson writes bonkbusters. Under her own name, she has written seven detective novels in her Sam Jones mystery series and three romantic comedies. Her non-fiction book Jane Austen's Guide To Dating has been optioned as a feature film, and her four-book young adult mystery series, published in the US, is Anthony-nominated. As Rebecca Chance, she has written the Sunday Times bestselling bonkbusters Divas, Bad Girls, Bad Sisters, Killer Heels, Bad Angels, Killer Queens and Bad Brides, which feature her signature mix of social satire, racy sex and rollercoaster thriller plots. Rebecca also writes for many major publications, including the Telegraph, the Guardian, Cosmopolitan and Grazia. "
" Born in London, she has lived in Tuscany and New York, and she travels extensively to research glamorous locations for the books. She is now settled in London, where she lives with her husband. Her website is www.rebeccachance.co.uk. She has a devoted following on social media: you can find her on Facebook as Rebecca.Chance.Author, and on Twitter and Instagram as @MsRebeccaChance. Her interests include cocktail-drinking, men's gymnastics and the Real Housewives series.
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@adeleparks Hah! Thanks! Also v familiar with the whole 'get great news but actually am at work' thing... DO celebrate later! #bubbles
by @MsRebeccaChance - 12 hours ago
@adeleparks Oh fantastic, huge congrats! xx
#KimKardashian dropped the lawsuit against media saying she faked the robbery! Did NOT see that coming #ahem
by @MsRebeccaChance - 14 hours ago
From Luke Cage, episode 3: "Pop was a father figure to me."
I know he's hot but I really can't watch this much longer.
by @MsRebeccaChance - yesterday
@WTFAisha Thank you!
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