I'm so excited that, as from today, you can buy The Last Days of Summer in paperback! It's available from Sainsbury's stores across the country, or to order online. This novel has always been incredibly close to my heart, and it's just so special to hold a printed copy at last. If you missed it… Continue reading Rosewood in print!
If you follow me on social media, then you'll know I've been writing A LOT of books set at Christmas and New Year lately. You might even say it's become something of a niche for me! And since we're heading into the most wonderful time of the year, I thought I'd host a competition to give away… Continue reading Winter Giveaway!
It's a day of mixed emotions here at Pembroke cottage. On the one hand, it's release day for Christmas at Rosewood, and I'm so excited! When I originally wrote The Last Days of Summer, many moons ago, the story was split into two parts - one set in the summer, one the following Christmas. While… Continue reading A Happy/Sad Day
Dylan and Sadie's story is out today! A Proposal Worth Millions was a real labour of love, and it's such a relief to have it out on virtual and real bookshelves across the UK, North America and Australia this week. And even more so to have RT reviews say such lovely things about it as… Continue reading “I have a proposal for you…”
Falling for the Bridesmaid is out in shops and on e-shelves in the UK, Australia and North America today! Romantic Times gave it a brilliant 4* review, saying: Readers will get a kick out of the dry humour and several ups and downs, which make Pembroke's latest a real page turner. So what's it about? Always… Continue reading Release day for Tom and Violet!
It's still cold and grey here in the south of England, but the daffodils and crocuses are out, which always gives me hope that spring is imminent - and that summer won't be too far behind! This summer, I'm very excited to be part of a trilogy of books with two other amazing writers -… Continue reading Ready for summer?
Confession: I am a total sucker for marriage of convenience stories. I've read hundreds of them, but have only really written one - His Very Convenient Bride, out this month from Harlequin Romance / Mills and Boon Cherish. I think what I like most about them is how inconvenient the marriage always turns out to be. And… Continue reading A Marriage of Convenience?
It's September 1st! As much as I love summer - and this one has been particularly awesome - there's something about the start of autumn that makes me want to buy a new notebook and pencil case and start planning stuff. (Okay, full disclosure, I want that notebook and pencil case pretty much all year… Continue reading Back to School
It's August at last! Apart from meaning I'm only two weeks away from a truly epic family holiday (10 people, 2 under sixes, 7 days, 1 flat...) it also means it's release day for my latest Harlequin Mills and Boon Romance - A Groom Worth Waiting For. This was such a perfectly summery book to… Continue reading Release day for Thea and Zeke!
Writing can be a lonely business in some ways. I mean, yes, you have your beloved characters to keep you company and engage in the sort of dazzlingly quick dialogue you (well, I, anyway) never quite manage in real life, but it's not the same as talking to real people, is it? And even when… Continue reading My Summer of Love at the RNA Conference