Celebrating the Release of Her Heart for a Compass

Her Heart for a Compass is out today! At last, the ‘big’ book that I co-authored with Sarah, The Duchess of York has hit the shops, and I can finally talk about it. So first of all, what is the book all about? Here is the official blurb: London 1865 In an attempt to rebel […]

What I’ve Been Up To, and a Cover Reveal

Lots to celebrate! Where on earth has the time gone! The last few months have sped past in a swirl of manic activity. I feel like I’ve barely had time to breathe. Now that lockdown is starting to ease a bit and lots of us have become ‘double jabbers’, myself included, I’ve finally been re-united […]

New Anthology and a Giveway

This Giveaway is now closed. Out now in the UK in print and digital, Regency Scandal, Passion in Spades is an anthology of two previously released books from my Matches Made in Scandal series. Set in Paris and Venice, with a courtesan and a card sharp for heroines, these stories are two of my favourites […]

The Earl Who Sees Her Beauty – Research Reading

I have been immersed in the Victorian world for quite a while now, working with The Duchess of York on Her Heart for a Compass, and then on my latest historical romance for Mills & Boon, The Earl Who Sees Her Beauty, which will be released in September this year. This, the first of a […]

The Book That Wouldn’t Finish – My Lockdown Writing Struggle

On Friday my 55th book for Mills & Boon was finally accepted. The Earl Who Sees Her Beauty is the first in a Victorian duet titled Revelations of the Carstairs Sisters, and I can honestly say I don’t think I’ve ever endured such a torrid time writing a novel. Now that it’s signed off and […]

Her Heart for a Compass

Today, I have some really exciting news to share with you. I am absolutely delighted to announce that I have been collaborating on a novel with none other than Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York. Here is a clip from the official press release: Her Heart for a Compass is a fictional account of the life […]

Lockdown Victorian Style

One of my favourite aspects of writing is the world-building component. I love to create a setting that feels completely real to me, one that I can inhabit, breathe, experience alongside my characters. Even when the world I’m writing about is wholly invented, there are always parts of the landscape that have their origins in […]

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