Congratulations to Amanda, Hannah, and Alexandra who have won copies of Forbidden in the blog contest. Thank you to everyone who shared their favourite reality TV show – or took the hermit pledge! Happy reading, everyone!
Category Archives: Scandalous Women of the Ton series
Today is UK release day for Forbidden. Hooray! My final Scandalous Women of the Ton book hits the shelves on this side of the Atlantic at last, published by MIRA UK. To celebrate Forbidden’s UK debut I am offering 3 copies of the book to readers. Just leave a comment here on the blog. I [...]
It’s been a little bit quiet here on the blog over the past 10 days. In fact it’s been quieter than I had intended it to be! My book deadline was brought forward and I have been writing frantically to meet it. Now I have pressed send and the manuscript winging its way to my [...]
Should Lady Mary Crawley be entitled to inherit Downton Abbey? On the Word Wenches we’re chatting about why the boys almost always get the title. Come and tell us what you think about the great inheritance debate here!
Over on Facebook I have unveiled the cover for the UK edition of Forbidden, which is out in April. If you would like to see it you can click on the link here, or go to the Home page of my website. Now I have seen both the UK and the US covers (the US [...]
My new free short story featuring Francesca Alton from The Scandalous Women of the Ton Series is now up on the Not Another Romance Blog site. I hope you will drop by to read it and that you like it! The link is here. Oh, and there is a giveaway of a copy of Mischief [...]
Once upon a time, at least eight years ago, I wrote a series of books called The Bluestocking Brides. The series was set in Suffolk in the years of the Napoleonic Wars and featured the members of a ladies’ reading group and the dashing gentlemen who courted them. I loved the Bluestocking Brides series, especially [...]
The wonderful Melanie Friedman is featuring DESIRED on the bookworm2bookworm blog today! Drop by here for the chance to win a copy of the book and whilst you are there you can check out the rest of Melanie’s fabulous blog. Bookworm2bookworm is celebrating its second birthday so I’d like to wish the blog many more [...]
It’s time to announce the latest batch of website and blog prizewinners, so with a drumroll… Congratulations to Jo who won the beautiful Regency-style velvet scarf and a copy of Mischief and Mistletoe in the October website contest. I loved that scarf so much I didn’t really want to part with it! Belinda is the [...]
The UK Festival of Romance has just announced its shortlist for the award of Best Historical Read of 2012 and I am thrilled that Desired is amongst the finalists! I’ve read several of the other books on the shortlist and am hugely honoured to be in such company. I thought I would share details of [...]