Hope you had a wonderful Christmas. I would like to wish each and everyone of you a happy, prosperous and safe New Year.
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Sunday, September 26, 2010
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
I am pleased to announce that Frontier Wife is now available in print format from The Wild Rose Press, ahead of the release date of 2nd July 2010.
How does an English rose survive in frontier Australia?
Fear almost crushes Thomasina (Tommy) Lindsay when she realizes the enormity of what she has undertaken – a run down farm in frontier Australia. She dare not fail for the sake of her little orphaned brother.
She can overcome the tyranny of distance, searing heat and bushfires in a harsh unforgiving land, but her nearest neighbour is another matter. She has to fight to control her wayward heart when it comes to Adam Munro.
Adam has lived his whole life without love and doesn’t need it now. Passion is for fools. All he wants is a presentable wife who will provide him with heirs to inherit his empire. The delicate little English rose living next door is the type of woman he despises. When they work together to rescue her five year old brother her courage and caring shine through, and he has a sudden change of heart.
Only in the new world can a highborn young Englishwoman and a tough frontier man challenge the social boundaries, and ignite a romance that will fulfil their hopes and dreams in ways they never imagined.
Saturday, February 27, 2010
Friday, February 19, 2010
Well, it is nearly here. My novel, Wild Oats, which is a prequel to The Trouble With Playboys, is due for release from The Wild Rose Press on Friday. I can't wait.
Beautiful and beguiling Allison Waverley has grown up helping her brother Jim run their farm, helped by their good friend Tommy Calvert, while their father occupies himself as the town drunk. When their little Australian community is visited by English aristocrat Phillip Ashfield and the boys go off to join the army because war has broken out in Europe, the life Allison expected to live is turned uside down. The "wild oats"sown ruin lives and cause repercussions that reverberate well into the next generation, while Allison finds help and a lasting love from an unexpected source.