My latest release:
Barkerville Beginnings is Book 4 in the Canadian Historical Brides Collection being put out by boutique Canadian publisher BWL Publishing in honor of Canada's 150th birthday.
Events and Appearances
A Heart Enslaved is being featured in Kobo's Swords, Sandals and Saviours promotion this month.
"Shadows mixed with moon light giving Thorvald at times the face of a man, at times, the face of an ogre.
Gisela shivered. Which was he—man or ogre?"
Contests and Giveaways
Congratulations to Shirley, John and Sherry, winners of the Goodreads giveaway for The Countess' Lucky Charm. Your copies are in the mail! Didn't win? Click on the cover and find it at your favorite online retailer.
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.
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.
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