Shaking Up the Sheikh Trope

One of the biggest challenges, for me, in writing historical romance, is trying to write a strong, independent heroine who sits believably within the historical context. If a genteel woman hasn’t inherited money, then trying to find a realistic way for her to earn her living is really quite difficult. There was no shortage of […]

New Release in Australia

The Earl’s Countess of Convenience/Reunited with His Long-Lost Cinderella, out now in a print duet in Australia, or available as a single title in digital format. The Earl’s Countess Of Convenience – Marguerite Kaye Eloise Brannagh has witnessed first-hand the damage unruly passion can cause. Yet she craves freedom, so a convenient marriage to the […]

New Release in Denmark

Grevens svære valg Miniserie: Bundet af en skandale (1) Hendes søgen efter en ny start drager den skotske urtelæge Allison Galbraith mod Sankt Petersborg, hvor hun kan hjælpe grev Aleksej Derevenko med at opklare et mord. Rygterne om en affære mellem dem spredes hurtigt i det russiske aristokrati, men har de hold i virkeligheden? Buy […]

Celebrating the Release of THE EARL’S COUNTESS OF CONVENIENCE

Three orphaned sisters, their rather extraordinary aunt, and four marriages of convenience! The first book in my new Penniless Brides of Convenience  quartet, The Earl’s Countess of Convenience,  is out now in print and digital, in the UK, US and Canada. I’m the eldest of four sisters, and two of them are identical twins. I […]

New Release in Italy

L’amante del duca francese Parigi 1818 Il ricco commerciante francese Jean-Luc Bauduin è uno degli scapoli più desiderati di Parigi, ma volendo essere libero di scegliere la propria sposa senza condizionamenti assume Lady Sophia Acton per interpretare la parte di moglie, così da dissuadere le numerose pretendenti a quel titolo. La quotidiana intimità matrimoniale fa […]

Walking in Treeve and Emily’s Cornish Footsteps

Bronwyn Scott and I have just finished our latest collaboration – a Christmas duet set in Cornwall, to be called Invitation to a Cornish Christmas. Our fictional fishing village of Porth Karrek is set on the South Coast of Cornwall, about four miles from the town of Penzance which would place it almost exactly on […]

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