Celebrating a New Anthology in the UK

************THIS GIVE AWAY IS NOW CLOSED *****

Thanks to everyone who entered here and over on Facebook, and congratulations to Adele Blair, my winner

Out now in the UK in digital and print, Regency Rogues, Candlelight Confessions is an anthology of two previously-released books:

Outrageous Confessions of Lady Deborah 

Widower Lady Deborah Napier holds many secrets – despite her icy exterior she is the authoress of the shameless romances currently shocking the ton. And accomplice and lover to Elliot Marchmont, gentleman, and notorious London thief!

The Beauty Within 

Lady Cressida Armstrong has given up marrying. Until she meets disillusioned artist Giovanni di Matteo. Cressie is the one whose face and body he dreams of capturing on canvas and in the intimate world of his studio, Giovanni rediscovers his passion as he awakens her own . . .

I’m celebrating by giving away one signed print copy of the anthology, a signed print book of your choice from my back list, and an Edinburgh bookmark.

All you have to do is answer this question:

The Beauty Within has an artist as a hero, painting a very revealing portrait of the heroine. What is your favourite painting of all time?

Open to UK residents only this time, I’m afraid. You can answer here or over on my Facebook page. I will pick a winner on Wednesday 5th February. Good luck.


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  1. My favourite painting is Christ of St John of the Cross by Salvador Dali which hangs in Kelvingrove Art Gallery in Glasgow. I first saw it on a school trip to Glasgow and at the time it hung on a wall above the entrance foyer. Young as I was I was completely stunned at my first sight of it. It no longer hangs in that location and although I feel the current location does not do it justice it is still completely arresting and remains my favourite after fifty or so years.

    1. My mum’s favourite painting too. I was lucky enough to go spend some time in the north of Spain a while back, and visit Dali’s house made of converted fishermen’s cottages as well as the Dali museum in Figueres – the building really reflects his very surreal mind!

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