USA Today bestselling and award-winning author of seven historical novels. To date, Heather’s books have been translated to over a dozen languages.

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Launching April 2021


Becoming Josephine (2013):

“Webb holds up a light into the inner recesses of a fascinating and contradictory woman . . . Becoming Josephine is an accomplished debut.” — New York Journal of Books 

Rodin's Lover (2015):


"Masterfully crafted…. Webb captures the era and characters to perfection.” —RT Book Reviews, starred review

The Phantom's Apprentice (2018):


“Webb combines music and magic seamlessly in The Phantom’s Apprentice, weaving glittering new threads into the fabric of a classic story. Romantic, suspenseful and inventive, this novel sweeps you along to its breathless conclusion.”—Greer Macallister, USA Today bestselling author of Woman 99

Last Christmas in Paris (2017):

“A moving and heartfelt story of love and bravery”—Library Journal, Starred Review


Meet Me in Monaco (2019): 

"A scrumptious concoction served up with delectable descriptions and heaps of emotion…its devastating ending, snatching redemption from tragedy in the best Hollywood style.”–Publisher’s Weekly 

Heather is also a co-author on two compilation historical novels including:


Fall of Poppies: Stories of Love and the Great War - Co-Author (2016):

Top voices in historical fiction deliver an unforgettable collection of short stories set in the aftermath of World War I--featuring bestselling authors such as Hazel Gaynor, Jennifer Robson, Beatriz Williams, Lauren Willig and Heather Webb.


Ribbons of Scarlet: A Novel of the French Revolution's Women - Co-Author (2019): 

“The French Revolution as you’ve never read it before–fast-paced, gut-wrenching, and told through the eyes of women who fought and lived it. RIBBONS OF SCARLET manages to do what few other novels set against this complicated backdrop have–make Revolutionary France both completely accessible and utterly compelling. This is historical fiction at its absolute best!”  - Michelle Moran, author of Madame Tussaud