The Wishing Well

It’s been a long time, I know, but I’ve had to take a year off due to personal circumstances. But hey, I’m back now, and with the great news that I have another book on its way. It’s due to be published on 5th May but if you’re super-organised and would like to ensure you get your copy on time you can pre-order The Wishing Well by clicking on this link.

Once again my publishers,, have come up with the most fabulous cover. Isn’t it gorgeous?

Both hero and heroine are the victims of tragic circumstances from which neither has yet recovered. I’m not giving too much away when I tell you that Major Brew Ware has carried his guilt since childhood, believing himself to be responsible for the death of his youngest sister. Estranged from his family, he fled home as soon as he was old enough to join the army and led his men at the Battle of Waterloo. Harriet Lambert’s fiancé was a victim of that very same battle and, three years later, she is still mourning her loss. Our story begins in 1818 when both come to London and meet at a soirée, where they form an immediate connection. Their friendship flourishes but is Harriet prepared to take another chance on love…

This is my sixth book with Sapere (there’ll be another one along soon) written in my favourite genre and what a joy it has been to steep myself once more in the etiquette and language of the Regency era.

I’ll be back soon to tell you more. In the meantime why not visit my Amazon Author Page where you’ll find my other books.

See you next time


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