Tag Archives: Claiming His Desert Princess

Oh Sister, Where Art Thou?

Wannabe writers are forever being advised to “write about what you know, write from experience”. As the eldest of four very confident and opinionated sisters (and three brothers too), it’s therefore not altogether surprising that I’ve written a lot of … Continue reading

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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 … 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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Seconds Out, Round Two!

I adore creating secondary characters to populate my books and provide a bit of light relief and added colour. So much so that I have to work extremely hard not to let my cameo roles take centre stage. Time after … Continue reading

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