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My third novel, Warwick’s Mermaid,was released on 11th October, 2017.
Warwick’s Mermaid tells the story of Chloe who, having escaped an abusive relationship, now lives in a little cottage by the sea on the beautiful North Yorkshire coast. The arrival of Luke makes her question her sheltered existence – will she ever be able to let go of the past?
You can pre-order Warwick’s Mermaid through the following links:
Love on the Nile
My second novel, Love on the Nile is a perfect summer read and was released by Tirgearr Publishing on 15th June 2016.
Natasha embarks upon the holiday of a lifetime with her brother, looking forward to exploring the ancient sites Egypt has to offer. What she hasn’t bargained for is spending her holiday cruising along the Nile with Kyle Richardson, a handsome but moody archaeologist. Despite taking an instant dislike to Kyle, Natasha finds herself increasingly drawn to the man, particularly as his interactions with her brother reveal a gentler, more caring side to his character.
Having lost everyone he has ever loved, Kyle is a loner, believing himself to be cursed. He now spends his life moving around Egypt, ensuring he never lingers anywhere long enough to form meaningful attachments. Despite his better judgement, he finds himself drawn to this feisty young woman, but is afraid of the deeper feelings she stirs in him.
Can his feelings for Natasha convince him that it’s worth taking a risk on love?
Love on the Nile can be purchased by clicking on the following links:
Following the recent death of her father, and in need of both a job and somewhere to live, Kiya takes a housekeeping job on the spur of the moment. She soon finds herself living in a beautiful but neglected mansion, working for a strange and reclusive man.
St. John is a man scarred by the past, both physically and emotionally, and is determined to live out his life alone. They are two very different people, drawn to each other almost against their will, but can Kiya convince St. John that he is not the monster he believes himself to be?
You can purchase a copy of Beauty and the Recluse by clicking on any of the following links: