• CataRomance

    I feel so privileged to have been awarded a CataRomance Reviewers’ Choice Award for A Most Unladylike Adventure as the best Mills & Boon Historical Romance of 2012.

    Thank you so much CataRomance, you have done so much for the readers and writers of category romance and a good review from the lovely Julie Miller has always been a high point of my writing life. I can’t thank you all enough for this award, it means more to me than I have words to say, and some of my critics would tell you that’s a very good thing.

    This particular book has always been special to me. The heroine, Louisa Alstone, endured a poverty-stricken childhood and learned skills most aristocratic young ladies wouldn’t even know about, let alone master. She proved unable, or unwilling, to forget her old life when her brother, Kit Alstone, restored the family fortunes and settled a generous dowry on his wayward little sister. Somehow I had to create a hero who wouldn’t be shocked by Louisa’s unconventional ways and I think her dark and dangerous Captain Hugh Darke enjoyed their adventures nearly as much as I did writing them. Trust me to write A Most Unladylike Adventure as the last of my series of Alstone novels when the action takes place four years before the first of the series, A Less Than Perfect Lady, begins. Still, that proves nothing is over until it’s over, I suppose, and that my readers and reviewers are very patient people.

    Thank you again to the lovely people at CataRomance for this award, you rock.

    I’m sure you all know CataRomance can be found at cataromance.com but it can’t hurt to tell you anyway.



Taking you back in time for regency romance and historic heat...


Elizabeth Beacon - The Winterley Scandal

As the daughter of wild Pamela Winterley, Eve has always lived in the shadow of scandal. Society watches her every move, waiting for Eve to prove she is just as wayard as her mother... Ever since his father's scandalous affair, Colm Hancourt has lived life on his own terms. But then he comes face-to-face with Eve, the daughter of his father's mistress! It may have begun with a kiss that set tounges wagging, but could the latest Winterley scandal be the start of something special?



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