New Release: An Earl of Her Own

Hey, Romance Fans. I’m super excited to share the news that my new book An Earl of Her Own is available to read today.


The Saints and Sinners story so far..

At Christmas, the Duke of Stapleton was dreading the loss of his youngest daughter (Jessica) to marriage, but then fell in love with the paid companion – Gillian. They married in London before Jessica’s season began.

Unfortunately, Jessica did not find a husband while she was away in London. Upon returning home she discovered love was waiting for her there and accepted a marriage proposal from her best friend–Gideon Whitfield. Everyone is pleased about the match.

My new story begins as Jessica’s upcoming marriage is announced and there’s so much to do at Stapleton Manor to please the duke and make this a wedding to be remembered. The task of preparing the manor for the event has fallen on Rebecca Warner’s shoulders due to the new duchess’s expanding waistline and ill health.  Rebecca doesn’t have time for distractions and she sure doesn’t expect she’s singled out for seduction by the usually drunk Lord Rafferty.

You can find out more on the book page. You’ll find the first two chapters to read plus all the purchase links you could ever need. If you pre-ordered a copy I hope you enjoy the story. And if you loved it, be sure to leave a review. You’ll make my day if you do.


What’s happening in February

What’s happening in February?

Lots of romance projects are under construction at the moment. I’m finishing up a Christmas novella for a special project and writing the next Distinguished Rogues Novel. I’m putting the finishing touches on a vampire short story that’s been in the works for many years too. An Earl of Her Own publishes next week (currently a pre-order) which I’m very excited about. I had a lot of fun (as I always try to do) with Rafferty and Rebecca Warner. I hope you’ll take a peek at that soon.

In January I got the rights back to publish my short story, A Husband for Mary (previously in the Fool for Love Anthology). Although it is short, I will also be making it available as a paperback as well as digital. Re-release day is March 12, 2019. At the moment the digital price is 99c but it will not stay that low after release day. I’d suggest taking advantage of the pre-order price and grab a copy right now.

January in Review…

My birthday month was way too hot but incredibly busy. I finished a book and then celebrated turning 50 with a short holiday that I desperately needed. Hubby and I did a lot of ‘new’ things together while we were away in Sydney and Melbourne and revisited a few places we hadn’t been in a long time.

You may have noticed I haven’t posted on social media very much in the last six months. I’ve been trying to fix my work/life balance for a while with mixed results. Being online has become a habit and not a particularly good one for me. Writing is tough on the body because you have to stay sitting at the computer to get the words down. Adding social media time to that and I’m in danger of becoming a complete recluse. So, I’ve been going out more and experimenting with dictating my stories. Dictating is going ok, but I need to learn to speak punctuation more often. My Dragon Dictate software also changes some of my words to the most bizarre combinations. I’ll keep at it and hope it learns to hear me properly soon. 😀