Spilt coffee, broken down car, laddered
tights! Rachel's first day on duty as doctor in the busy maternity
department at City Hospital couldn't have started any worse. Thrown
in at the deep end and with an emergency to deal with, the last thing
she needs is the spark of attraction she feels for capable male
midwife Grant. She'd given up on relationships but she can't help
falling for Grant even though it becomes clear he's hiding something
- a second life?
Originally published by DC Thomson, My Weekly Pocket Novel No. 1774.
Available as an ebook.
The Honourable Miss Annabel Wells needs to catch a husband to save her reputation. Yet even in her dire straits she cannot bring herself to accept the hand of Mr Henry Champion, an ordinary English gentleman without property or pedigree, no matter what she feels about him. She marries a Polish count who is killed in a duel and Henry comes all the way across Europe to her rescue. Leaving behind drawing rooms of High Society London where he is feted as a Waterloo hero, Henry finds more danger lurking in the the dark streets of the city of Krakow than he bargained for. Can there be a second chance for love?
Original paperback The Wild Rose Press ISBN 978-1601548054.
Available as an ebook.
Kate Allan writing in partnership with Michelle Styles.
1812. Spain. Jem Riseley, brave, skilled and daring, the perfect soldier in Wellington’s Army except she is a gently-born lady. A battlefield promotion provides an escape from a sadistic Major, but first Jem must convince jaded Captain Tony Dorrell, who knew her as a lady, that she's the man she seems. From the dangers of war-torn Spain to scandal in London’s elegant drawing rooms, Jem will fight to preserve her secret. However, the reappearance of an old adversary forces Jem to confront her past to save her and England’s future.
Original hardcover: Robert Hale, 2005. ISBN: 0709078250
Large print: Ulverscroft, May 2006. ISBN: 1846172896
Audio book published by Iambik.
At the time of Jane Austen, in the middle of England, in Middleton village, the rector's daughter keeps a shameful secret – she's a novelist.
Sophy Grantchester needs inspiration for her next book. It arrives in the form of her rakish cousin, Lord Hart. She writes him into her story - and unwittingly, her heart. He's surprised to fall for his poor and proper cousin but she can't be a wife - no man would tolerate her novel writing, especially not one who scorns the idea that a woman could write a book worth reading! But he's determined to win her - and resorts to devious means. She could have told him that trickery is no recipe for success in love
'If you're a fan of the works of Jane Austen, Georgette Heyer, and
other female writers of that era, then you're sure to enjoy, a Regency
era romance whose heroine, Sophy, writes secretly under a man's
pseudonym. Well written, with likeable characters and a plot that works
surprisingly well, is entertaining and enjoyable.' Romance Reader at
Original hardcover: Published by Robert Hale, April 2006. ISBN 0709080166
Large print: Published by Ulverscroft. January 2007.
When Daniel Locke returns to Penhaven, the Cornish village of his
childhood, he is intent on revenge against the smuggling gang who
betrayed him. What he doesn't count upon is the distraction of beautiful
Jane Tregarron, who has become involved with the local smugglers to
save her penniless family. Can Daniel still inflict his revenge or will
his plans be disrupted by love?
Originally published by DC Thomson for My Weekly Pocket Novel No 1654.
Available as an ebook.
Published in large print by Linford Romance Library.
Middlesex, England, at the beginning of 1810... Captain Robert Monceaux, lately back from the retreat from Corunna on the Peninsula, is kicking his heels in Hounslow barracks. He rescues Lucinda Handscombe from highway robbers on Hounslow Heath, but she is determined to take control of her own destiny and is in no mood to bow to his high-handed behaviour.
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Large print: Linford Romance. November 2006. ISBN: 1846175275
Ebook: Published by Belgrave House. April 2006.
Previously issued as a paperback serial: DC Thomson as part of My Weekly Library. January 2006.
York, England, in the Spring of 1812... Isabella Oakley is travelling to London to do the Season and find a husband. The best laid plans go awry when she begins to fall in love with Mr Davenport, the gentleman charged with getting her there. It seems they are being followed... And Mr Davenport rushes off into the night after a gentleman brandishing a pistol. Something untoward is going on, but he won't tell her what.
Paperback serial: Published by DC Thomson as part of My Weekly Library. October 2006
Published by Linford Romance, July 2007
Ebook published by Belgrave House / Regency Reads