I’ve written a number of different types of story from contemporary romance and retro/vintage romance through to family saga and finally time travel romance, so I’m going to pick three different genres.
KISSING MAGGIE SILVER is a contemporary romance:
intends to put as much space as possible between herself and her family just as
soon as her parent’s Ruby Wedding celebrations are over. She is fed up with
their constant advice and her never-ending babysitting duties. There’s a great
big world out there and she wants to see it before she settles for suburbia.
Then Ruairi O’Connor turns up at the same time her sister-in-law goes into
labor, and suddenly everything becomes a lot more complicated.
As for Ruairi, in a few week’s time he will be on the other side of the world, so now is not the time to fall in love, especially with Maggie. Until now he’s thought of her as little more than a child so why has he suddenly discovered she is very grown up indeed and the only thing he wants to do is kiss her.
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MENDING JODIE’S HEART is Book 1 of my When Paths Meet family saga/romance trilogy: https://books2read.com/u/mvj2oX
When musician Marcus Lewis buys the derelict farmhouse next to Jodie’
Eriksson's riding school he doesn’t know whether to be amused or irritated by
her angry reaction to his plans. Then her sister Izzie visits him and makes
things a whole lot worse…or is it better…because now he has an excuse to see
Jodie again. Although, when he sees her, it’s not exactly a meeting of minds,
they do discover they have one thing in common; they both believe they know
what’s best for Izzie, and for Marcus' son Luke.
It turns out they’re wrong. The children they thought they were protecting need to be set free. It’s Jodie and Marcus who have the problem; but can two broken hearts make one whole one? The battle lines that were set when they first met have long since been breached but the war won’t be over until Jodie learns how to trust again, and until Marcus allows himself to believe in his son.
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REMEMBERING ROSE is the only book so far of my Mapleby Memories trilogy involving time travel and psychic mystery:
Rachel has a
husband who adores her, a beautiful baby daughter, and an extended family she
can rely on, so why isn’t she happy? She doesn’t know and nor do the people who
love her. Only Rose understands but she is trapped in another century. To help
Rachel she has to breach the boundaries of time itself as well as risk exposing
the truth of her own past.
When echoes from that past begin to affect other people in the village of Mapleby, things suddenly become a lot more complicated. Can Rachel put things right without giving away Rose’s secret?