Annie O’Neil: My Hawaiian Inspiration

Annie O’Neil: My Hawaiian Inspiration

We are delighted to introduce our guest blog writer, Annie O’Neil. Annie sets pulses racing in her Medical romances about dedicated, delectable doctors in the high pressure world of medicine.  Today, she shares some of her wonderful memories of Hawaii (we’re not jealous at all!!) which was the inspiration behind her new book, Hawaiian Medic … Read more

Annie Burrows on Regency Romances

Annie Burrows on Regency Romances

Annie Burrows is no stranger to a regency romance having written many fan-favourite novels! So we asked her to write about where her inspiration came from and why writing for the Mills and Boon Historical series is an opportunity to let your ‘imagination roam free’. * Why do I love writing Regency romance? Well, my … Read more

Meet Me In Tahiti Chapter One

Meet Me In Tahiti Chapter One

Not long until we’re jetting off to Tahiti courtesy of Georgia Toffolo! For the second year running, many of us have had to cancel holiday plans. And for many, books have provided a much needed escape from the everyday. And what better place to escape to than the STUNNING Tahiti?! We’re so excited to share … Read more

I Got the Call! Meet New Author Elle Jackson

I Got the Call! Meet New Author Elle Jackson

We love celebrating new Mills & Boon authors by sharing their journey with aspiring romance writers and readers. We are thrilled to be joined on our blog this week by new Historical series author, Elle Jackson. Her debut romance A Blues Singer to Redeem Him is out on August 19th. * Welcome Elle! Could you tell … Read more

Q&A with Carol Marinelli!

Q&A with Carol Marinelli!

We caught up with the enchanting Carol Marinelli to chat about her latest book Unlocking the Doctor’s Secrets. As well as writing tips for aspiring authors and what’s in her TBR pile at home. * Can you tell us a bit about how you came to write for Mills & Boon?  I always liked writing stories … Read more

Dalkeith Palace: A Tale of Two Books by Marguerite Kaye

Dalkeith Palace: A Tale of Two Books by Marguerite Kaye

The lovely Marguerite Kaye joins us on our blog today to talk about the fascinating location that became the inspiration behind not one but two stunning Historical romances. * Edinburgh is one of my favourite cities in the world, and it has featured in several of my books. Back in 2019, I decided to place … Read more

Extract: Her Heart For A Compass by Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York

Extract: Her Heart For A Compass by Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York

Her Heart For A Compass by Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York has been storming up the book charts since it was published on Tuesday 3rd August. It is a stunning novel of love and daring to follow your heart against the odds – perfect for fans of Bridgerton and Victoria. If you love novels that are rich … Read more

Q&A with Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York and Marguerite Kaye

Q&A with Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York and Marguerite Kaye

On Tuesday we published the highly-anticipated debut novel, Her Heart For A Compass by Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York and co-written by Mills and Boon Historical author Marguerite Kaye. Her Heart For A Compass is a mesmerising story about daring to follow your heart against all odds. It is also our first ever hardback! We … Read more

Extract: Her Heart For A Compass by Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York

Extract: Her Heart For A Compass by Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York

We’re celebrating the publication day of Her Heart For A Compass by Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York! Her debut historical romance novel is out today in hardback, eBook and audiobook. Her Heart For a Compass is a mesmerising novel of love and daring to follow your heart against the odds. It’s perfect for fans of … Read more

Exclusive Extract: Reunited with his Long-Lost Nurse by Charlotte Hawkes

Exclusive Extract: Reunited with his Long-Lost Nurse by Charlotte Hawkes

We’re thrilled to share a sneak peak at Reunited with his Long-Lost Nurse, the passionate new Medical romance by Charlotte Hawkes. * He’d taken another step towards her and Talia found she was twisting herself up in knots not to react. Not to show any sign of feeling intimidated. Intimidation? a sly voice asked. Or … Read more