There’s an immovable object: Mike’s dairy farm in Somerset isn’t going anywhere. And there’s an irresistible force: university lecturer, Carla, who has brought so much fun and joy into his life over the last few months. But when she’s offered a senior position in a German university, they both know something’s going to have to give. GRASS IS ALWAYS GREENER is a story about grown up people learning to take risks, make compromises, and in the end, choose love. Due out on September 16th.
A collection of some of my romance short stories. Due out on September 30th.
Theresa Chartley has no time for marriage, and no room for disappointment–especially with French soccer player Emile Renaud. Sure, he’s gorgeous, but he’s wrong for a career woman like Theresa. If only her mother would stop pressuring her to get married and let her live her own life. Finding a very unsuitable husband to shock her parents into silence and put an end to the marriage campaign is the only answer. Emile will do just fine. Theresa’s outrageous proposal is the answer to Emile’s problem. They’re complete opposites living in different worlds, but a fake marriage will let him ditch [read more]
Seven years of separation. One night to reconnect. Years ago, Andrew and Maggie tumbled into love too hard and too fast until one harsh collision with reality shattered everything between them. But now they’re older – and maybe a little bit wiser – is there a way for them to make peace in the tranquility of a remote Scottish island? Or is this one night fling just a way to finally say goodbye? Island Fling is a 10,000 word short story. Excerpt The brown paper was creased and a little torn at the corners, revealing the layers of bubble wrap [read more]
It’s been a fabulous summer, crewing on a yacht in the Mediterranean. Sun, sea, and seriously sexy scenery in the form of Ellie Richards. But Jake Morgan’s kept their friendship firmly hands off while she’s been recovering from a badly broken heart. Only now she’s hinting that she wants more and he’s determined to make the last night of the summer one for them both to remember. The Last Night of the Summer is a 10,000 word romantic short story. Excerpt Ellie Richards had legs. Not just any legs. She was blessed with the kind of legs that made [read more]
Hattie Bell is beautiful, brilliant and bigger than your average plus-sized model. For top fashion photographer Tom Metcalfe, Hattie is the muse he needs to help him break into the art world. Working with Hattie is going to send his career rising into the stratosphere. Falling in love with Hattie is going to bring his life crashing down around his feet. Flirting With The Camera is a 40,000 word novella. Excerpt The last of the models pulled on her jacket, slung her satchel over her shoulder and grunted in response to Tom’s automatic, ‘I’ll be in touch.’ It would be [read more]
In a dramatic encounter at the racecourse Fliss Merrick erupts into the calm, orderly life of racehorse trainer, Luke Caldecott. While he attempts to hold her at arm’s length, Fliss charms her way into his home and his heart. Now, if only he can work out how to persuade her to stay… What readers are saying “This short little book is delightful. …It is a warm, frequently funny romance. Overall, a nice light read!” – Barb at Sugarbeats Books “This book was a thoroughly enjoyable light read, perfect for traveling. Felt like I was reading Dick Francis, without the [read more]
Fifteen years ago, Emily Standish and Guy Munro were friends. Until she fell in love with him and he married someone else. Now Guy needs an enormous favour from his old friend and Emily has a chance to see if love can strike twice. What readers are saying “This is a really sweet story about second chances and true love. Truly enjoyable.” Evie at In Love With Romance “Tycoon(?) says”no strings” but spends too much time trying to get her in the sack! She’s a stupid woman. I would’ve taken the money & run! Really, don’t bother.” – Kathleen [read more]