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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.

The Ghosts of Christmas (Toys) Past

Each year, a different ‘must have’present, apparently crucial to every child’s perfect Christmas bursts onto the scene. This year, if you believe a certain ad featuring Elton John, it’s a piano. Back in the day – way back in the … Continue reading

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What I’ve Been Reading

The first book in my new Marriage of Convenience quartet, Penniless Brides of Convenience, took me a LOT longer to write than planned. But you’re always saying that, I hear you cry. Don’t you ever learn from your mistakes? Well … Continue reading

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Seasonal Thank You Giveaways

I have three seasonal giveaways running on my Facebook page this month, a small thank you to you all for keeping me company. The giveaways run on: Friday 7th December Friday 14th December  Friday 21st December  All you have to … Continue reading

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New Release – A Scandalous Winter Wedding

The last book in my Matches Made in Scandal quartet, A Scandalous Winter Wedding, is out now in print and digital, in the UK, US and Canada. Finally, the mysterious Procurer, the Regency ‘fixer’ who specialises in making the impossible … Continue reading

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New Release – Regency Surrender Anthology

Regency Surrender – Notorious Secrets is released today in print and digital in the UK. This is an anthology of my previously-released Comrades in Arms duet. The effect of war on those who fight it and those who endure it … Continue reading

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Cooking the Books

Phoebe, the heroine of my current work in progress, A Wife Worth Investing In, is a ground-breaking Regency chef. If you follow me on other social media, you’ll know that not only do I love to cook, I also love … Continue reading

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New Release in Germany

  Die Wüstenblume und der Gentleman Ich habe die absurde Vorstellung, dass Ihre Küsse nach Pfirsich schmecken würden.” Königreich Nessarah, 1815. Zart wie eine Blüte und stolz wie eine Königin: Wer ist die geheimnisvolle Fremde, die der britische Archäologe Christopher Fordyce … Continue reading

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What I’ve Been Reading

The first book in my new Marriage of Convenience quartet is mostly set in London, so my reading time in the last while has been indulgent fiction rather than research. And without planning it, I seem to have been focusing … Continue reading

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Giveaway Winners

Congratulations to Mel who won first prize in my giveaway, and to runners up Donna and Shelly. Thank you to all who entered for your Carnival suggestions, I wish I could have seen them. For UK readers, you might know … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Release of His Rags to Riches Contessa with a Giveaway

Today I’m celebrating the release of HIS RAGS TO RICHES CONTESSA which is out now in print and digital in the UK, US and Canada.   This is the third book in the MATCHES MADE IN SCANDAL quartet which features four … Continue reading

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Darn It! It’s that Madame LeClerc Again

One of my favourite creations is Madame LeClerc, the most sought-after modiste in Regency Bond Street. She first arrived to England in the company of Lady Serena in The Rake and the Heiress, set in 1816. Madame was a Parisian … Continue reading

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Welcome to My Worlds

I have always been fascinated by the impressive architecture and ornate interiors of stately homes and grand public buildings. My pet hates however, are frustratingly roped-off rooms, or doors marked ‘private’. September Doors Open Days in the UK are a … Continue reading

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History or Heresy?

When I first started writing historical romances I admit I was something of a history purist, some might say zealot. Not for me lazy research, anachronistic names, objects or constructs, and as for committing the heinous crime of getting history … Continue reading

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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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