The Return of the Soup Dragon

I lived in Cyprus for four years. It was there, while on the beach that I dreamed up The Wicked Lord Rasenby, and it was on the shady terrace of my parents’ house that I wrote it, sent it off and, after a protracted and anxious wait, heard back from Mills&Boon that it had been …

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New Releases

Lots of new releases to catch up on, from a graphic version of The Governess and the Sheikh, to my Penniless Brides of Convenience series in Italy, and the Matches Made in Scandal quartet in Poland and the Czech Republic. Click on the book cover for links.          

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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 …

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What I’ve Been Reading – Fiction

I make no secret of the fact that I absolutely adore Kate Griffin’s Kitty Peck novels and I was looking forward to the last in the series, Kitty Peck and the Parliament of Shadows, with a mixture of excitement and trepidation. The novels are so dark that there was a very good chance Kitty would …

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What I’ve Been Reading

My first blog of 2020, and a last look back at what I’ve been reading in 2019, starting with Relish: The Extraordinary Life of Alexis Soyer, Victorian Celebrity Chef by Ruth Cowan. As you’ll know if you follow any of my other social media, I’m an I am an extremely enthusiastic amateur cook and a …

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***THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED*** Congratulations to my winner, Lori Cooper Lewis and a huge thank you to everyone who entered here on my blog and over on Facebook. Your highlights were moving and inspirational, it made choosing a winner a very difficult choice and I'm only sorry that I don't have another ten tea …

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