Do you remember the first time you picked up a romance novel?
I do. It was at a Lifeline Book Festival twenty years ago. It was Julia Quinn’s The Viscount Who Loved Me and it was an impulse buy that changed my life. In the decades since, romance has provided fantasy worlds I could escape to after long days at work or through more trying times. Romance novels did a lot of emotional heavy lifting in the past couple of years!
I’m excited to have How to Survive a Scandal out in the world, with How To Deceive A Duke out in January and How To Win A Wallflower later in 2022.
What I hope you’ll find in my books are a cast of incredibly complicated characters—flawed, yet loveable. I want to explore love stories that lead to personal growth. I want my characters to help each other become better people. That’s certainly what I think true love is about.
When I’m not reading or writing, I am wrestling with my absurdly large garden (historically, I can’t even keep a cactus alive, so purchasing this home was an interesting choice) or I’m spending time with my husband, my two keyboard cats, and my two dogs who like to sit at my feet while I write.
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