‘The Laird’s Right-Hand Lady,’ a seasonal contemporary romance set in the Scottish Highlands, is only 99c / 99p on Kindle Countdown from Monday 4th to Monday 11th December (and free via Kindle Unlimited). “Who doesn’t love a Scottish castle and a handsome Laird-in-waiting? Easy to read and entertaining,” (4-star review, Goodreads).
I am really pleased that ‘The Fight for Dolores,’ my short contemporary romance set in rural Ireland, has had its first review on Amazon.com:
“Looking for something quick to pass a bit of time? This could be it. A sweet, cute, short story,” (4 stars).
‘The Fight for Dolores’ and the longer contemporary romance, ‘The Laird’s Right-Hand Lady’, will both be free on Kindle 24th thru 28th August, and both are available on Kindle Unlimited.
My new short contemporary romance, ‘The Fight for Dolores,’ is currently free via Kindle Unlimited and will be free on Amazon from 25th to 29th May. Here’s the blurb:
When Cal McCoy, American heir to a business empire, shows an interest in buying West Lough Lodge in rural Ireland, his real estate agent, Maggie O’Reilly, does her best to put him off. She has good reason to prevent the sale and can’t abide Cal but she worries that her work colleague will blow her cover. To add to Maggie’s troubles, everybody thinks Cal is wonderful – Maggie just doesn’t see it.
Cal is determined to get his palatial, lakeside residence but, before long, the pursuit of Maggie becomes his main goal…
If you enjoy the book, reviews, recommendations and ratings, on Amazon and elsewhere, would be appreciated.
I’m delighted to announce that ‘Miss Millie’s Groom,’ a sweet romance set in England during the First World War, is newly-published on Amazon and currently available through Kindle Unlimited:
Here’s the blurb:
It is the summer of 1914 and Britain teeters on the brink of war. Society girl, Millicent Awbridge, is oblivious to the impending conflict and preoccupied with the recent shooting of her horse. When she confronts the culprit, Ryan O’Flynn, a groom in her father’s service, Millie gets more than she’d bargained for. Their encounter sparks a series of events that brings Millie’s burgeoning womanhood to fruition.
If you read and enjoy ‘Miss Millie’s Groom,’ reviews, recommendations and ratings would, as ever, be greatly appreciated.