I write about brooding heroes, and the feisty heroines who bring them true love.
Most of my stories take place during the Regency era - a time when a man could rise to the pinnacle of society through enterprise and daring, or plummet to the depths of poverty through one reckless turn of the card.
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"Reforming the Viscount" is available as an ebook from Harlequin now!
It will be on sale in the UK and the US as a paperback in June 2013. And in Australia as part of an anthology with stories by Diane Gaston and Joanna Fulford.
When Lydia Franklin was a blushing, timid debutante, her chaperon warned her not to be taken in by Nicholas Hemingford.
Ten years later, the widowed Lydia is back in Town, to launch her step-daughter Rose into society. It is her turn to warn her charge to beware of Hemingford's charm. Only now Nicholas appears to be doing more than flirting. Rumour has it that he is actively seeking a wife at last. And Rose is the richest prize on the marriage mart. Before long, Nicholas has got himself an invitation to a house party where Rose will give all her suitors a chance to prove their worth.
And Lydia feels as though her heart is being broken all over again. She wasn't alluring enough to tempt him from his hedonistic lifestyle when she was young and innocent. What could he possibly see in her now?