One of my favourite films growing up was Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. I loved the premise- seven slightly uncivilised brothers all living in the back of beyond, struggling with the harsh realities of life and desperately lonely. Watching those seven men get their women the wrong way, then slowly falling hopelessly in love with … Read more
Wonderful regency author Anna Campbell came to visit us in the office and we were lucky enough to have a chat with her and ask her a few questions! Read all about all things regency, writing tips and what Anna has in store for her readers… What’s usually the inspiration behind your books? Usually it’s … Read more
Our wonderful author Marguerite Kaye gives us an insight into her brilliant new book, Claiming his Desert Princess.
The first three novels of my Hot Arabian Nights quartet are my take on the sheikh trope, featuring princely heroes who are all-powerful, remote, effectively ‘cloaked’, vulnerable only to their inconveniently unsuitable soulmate, the Western heroine. The harem, that exotic, sensual and much mythologised private inner sanctum plays a role, but my honourable heroes are … Read more
Wonderful author Greta Gilbert talks to us about her inspiration behind book of the month The Spaniard’s Innocent Maiden! Writing The Spaniard’s Innocent Maiden was an emotional journey for me, as well as an education. When I was growing up, I never knew much about the Americas before Columbus. My school history textbooks said things … Read more