I’m thrilled to announce the launch of my saucy 1920s romance romp: ‘Highland Pursuits’
In celebration, I’m offering three signed paperback copies, via Goodreads here.
1920s debutante Lady Ophelia Finchingfield is banished to wildest Scotland to come to her senses, having refused a proposal from the Earl of Woldershire. In the care of her eccentric grandmother, Ophelia is soon caught between rugged widower Hamish and the villainous Comte de Montefiore.
She’s ready to play with fire, but will she burn more than her fingers?
What readers are saying
I can’t tell you how much I love this book. It was a true delight to read. The author has captured 1920s Britain wonderfully, and her detail is exquisite. – Rachel De Vine
‘This independent-hearted heroine is looking for a marriage contract with “the very best terms”. As she explores “what it means to be a woman”, she yearns both for freedom and to be under the thrall of sex. Which will it be? Enjoy finding out! – RL Macaulay
I’d like to send oodles of thanks and big kisses to my wonderful editor, Adrea Kore, for her help in bringing ‘Highland Pursuits’ into the world. Adrea is not only an incredibly talented writer, and a wonderful friend but my highly valued writing partner. I’m so very glad that one day, forever ago, we found each other. (psst…If you’d like a creative consultation with Adrea, she’s running a special offer on sample edits at the moment. Click through to discover more, here)
‘Highland Pursuits’ draws inspiration from a short story of the same title I wrote originally for the charity fundraising anthology Because Beards: all proceeds have been given to the Movember Foundation.
This longer, novella, length offers more scope to explore the wonderful characters’ eye-popping shenanigans. Hamish and Ophelia were in my dreams for many weeks, as I wrote this story.
If you enjoy Highland Pursuits, don’t forget to leave a review. It’s more important than I can say, as reviews make my books more visible online, bringing new eyes. Huge hugs and kisses to you… (if you’re on Twitter or Facebook, tag me in your review post and I’ll say hello).