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Marguerite Kaye is a prolific historical romance author hailing from Argyll’s West Coast. She is a voracious consumer of books, Scotland’s world-class larder, and the occasional cocktail.

Places to Fall in Love – 10 Free Reads from Mills & Boon

Today, Mills & Boon reveal the UKs top ten most romantic places, and they are celebrating by releasing ten specially commissioned short stories, one for each location. I am absolutely thrilled to have been chosen to write A Scandalous Liaison … Continue reading

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I Have a Winner!

Congratulations to Laurie G for her winning comment. Thank you to everyone for the comments and the congratulations. Now it’s back to work for me, and getting on with book number 48!

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A Giveaway to Celebrate Ten Years Since ‘The Call’

I first tried my hand at writing a Mills & Boon romance when the initial glamour and excitement of my career in IT began to pall. How can that be? I hear you cry but trust me, life was never … Continue reading

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What I’ve Been Reading

 The last in my MATCHES MADE IN SCANDAL series, A SCANDALOUS WINTER WEDDING is set in London and Scotland which didn’t require me to do any research reading. So it’s been on to pastures new, history-wise for me, with some … Continue reading

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Seconds Out, Round Two!

I adore creating secondary characters to populate my books and provide a bit of light relief and added colour. So much so that I have to work extremely hard not to let my cameo roles take centre stage. Time after … Continue reading

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Clyde-Built Heroes

       I live on the west coast of Scotland, and my writing room faces directly onto the Clyde estuary. The opportunities to avoid working are endless. I can watch the ferries plying back and forward across the river, follow … Continue reading

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What I’ve Been Reading

Having finished researching all things Venetian for the third of my MATCHES MADE IN SCANDAL series, HIS RAGS TO RICHES CONTESSA (which isn’t out until November, so I’ll forego any shameless plugging!), I’ve treated myself to devouring a few of … Continue reading

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From Courtesan to Convenient Wife Giveaway Winners

Thank you to everyone who entered the giveaway to celebrate the release of FROM COURTESAN TO CONVENIENT WIFE and for all the fascinating comments on the City of Light. Congratulations to Joye who has won first prize of the necklace and a signed … Continue reading

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From Courtesan to Convenient Wife – Release Day and Giveaway

Today I’m celebrating the release of FROM COURTESAN TO CONVENIENT WIFE, which is out now in print and digital, in the US, UK and Canada.   This is the second book in the MATCHES MADE IN SCANDAL quartet which features four … Continue reading

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A Romantic Paris Walk in the Footsteps of Two Lovers

I’m a great believer in the old adage that the best way to discover a city is on foot. Nowhere is that more true than Paris, where the top attractions are contained in a relatively compact area. Getting lost is … Continue reading

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Paris Picnics – Top Spots and Tastes

Sophia, the heroine of my April release, FROM COURTESAN TO CONVENIENT WIFE is, like me, a bit of a foodie. I love exploring food markets, sampling the stallholder’s wares and shopping for lunch. For me, a picnic at the airport … Continue reading

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Kilmun Church and the Holy Loch

One of my favourite cycle routes, especially in the evening when I’ve been working all day and want to clear my head, is along the side of the Holy Loch, where I’ve got the choice of heading up to Glen … Continue reading

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From Governess to Countess Giveaway Winners

Thank you to everyone who entered my giveaway celebrating the release of FROM GOVERNESS TO COUNTESS. It seems like the most popular cover is the US one, though quite a few of you did like the close of up the … Continue reading

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From Governess to Countess Release Day and Giveaway

Today I’m celebrating the release of FROM GOVERNESS TO COUNTESS, which is out now in print and digital, in the US, UK and Canada.   This is the first of my new quartet, MATCHES MADE IN SCANDAL, which features four … Continue reading

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Venice Unmasked

The third book in my Matches Made in Scandal series is set in Venice in 1819 around Carnival, the notoriously sinful and decadent annual festival which drew pleasure seekers from all corners of Europe. Becky, my heroine, is there on … Continue reading

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