My latest release is out!
I'm involved in this exciting new series, published in honor of Canada's 150th Birthday. Book 5 will be coming out in July.
Upcoming Book Signings:
- July 2, Cross Iron Mills Chapters, 12-3 pm
- July 15, Sunridge Chapters, Calgary 1-3 pm
Contests and Giveaways
Congratulations to Melissa, Francis and Mary, the winners of the Goodreads Giveaway for Barkerville Beginnings. The next giveaway starts on July 4 for my Viking romance, A Heart Enslaved. Good luck!
Barkerville Beginnings is Book 4 of the Canadian Historical Brides Series by Books We Love.
Welcome! I am so glad you stopped by!
I write historical romance. Actually, action adventure historical romance. Why? Because I want to create a more innocent, gentler world, where chivalry is not dead. I want to transport my readers to a different time and place. I hope to take them away from the fussy babies, looming deadlines and chaos of modern life, to a time of strong, dashing heroes on horseback and resourceful, resilient heroines. I want readers to share in the couple’s adventures as they struggle to attain a love for all time.
History is romantic. To combine history with a love story is my ultimate joy and, I hope, yours as well.
You can find more about me in My Boudoir, including Latest News and excerpts from my current projects. Would you like to be notified by Amazon when I have a release coming out? Click on my picture above and click on the yellow Follow button beneath my picture on the left hand side of my Amazon Author page.
I don’t blog regularly as I don't have the required attention span (!) but I will post every now and again on Good Reads. I do, however, enjoy Facebook and would love it if you stopped by my fan page to visit - I'm there almost every day. (You don’t need a FB account, simply click on the link in the top right hand corner to see what I’ve been up to.) You can email me directly, or also follow me on Twitter. Here's a little preview:
I'm not the fastest writer but I always try to do my best. Quality is the hallmark of a great book and that takes time, as does the research required to place my readers in the story.