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March 2, 2018

Darcy Clarke’s dreams are coming true. She’s going to play for the Brisbane Banshees in the Women’s Australian Rules competition. The only cloud on the horizon? The new coach is her ex-boyfriend, who dumped her and broke her heart two years ago, and now seems to want b...

February 1, 2018

Miss Sophia Hastings is a rare young lady, one with genuine artistic talent. Her art isn’t just flattering portraits or pretty flowers; she paints what she feels, sometimes controversial, always thought-provoking. She has little interest in finding a husband, despite a...

November 8, 2017

Living with a learning disability is pretty tough in the modern world. Back in the Regency era, it must have been absolute hell.

Ewan Mostyn is the third son of an Earl, and he has what today we’d call a fairly severe case of dyslexia. Words are just meaningless dancing...

March 27, 2017

It's a refreshing change to find a Historical romance that ISN'T a Regency. This one is set in 1415, during the early years of the reign of King Henry V of England. It even features a historically verifiable fact, Henry's departure for France in the summer of 1415.


October 23, 2016

Unavoidable is Part 1 of the Royal Affair trilogy.

It's not very often that a book has me squeaking and hugging myself with glee while reading it, a huge sappy smile on my face as I savour every delicious page.

Unavoidable is that book. Everything about it is fantastic;...

September 22, 2016

Full title: The Pro Writer Mindset: What It Really Takes To Be A Bestselling Author

I’m going to start this review in an odd place; by saying that the thing that kept coming to my mind most often while reading this book was a quote from The LEGO Movie:

“Believe! I know t...

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