Helen Dickson: Resisting Her Enemy Lord

Helen Dickson: Resisting Her Enemy Lord

We caught up with Mills & Boon Historical author Helen Dickson to chat about the inspiration behind her new book, Resisting Her Enemy Lord, which is set during the English Civil War. Read on to find out more about what Helen found so interesting about this particular time period… * Writing is something I enjoy, … Read more


Q&A with Melissa Oliver!

Q&A with Melissa Oliver!

We caught up with award-winning Mills & Boon Historical author Melissa Oliver to chat about her spellbinding debut novel, The Rebel Heiress and the Knight, as well as its enchanting sequel in the Notorious Knights miniseries, Her Banished Knight’s Redemption. Read on to find out more about Melissa’s writing journey! * First of all, huge … Read more


Exclusive Extract: Lady Margaret’s Mystery Gentleman

Exclusive Extract: Lady Margaret’s Mystery Gentleman

Read on for sneak peek at Mills & Boon Historical author Christine Merrill‘s new book, Lady Margaret’s Mystery Gentleman… * By the time she was finished with her demonstration, most of the hour had passed. She ended with a final twirl to stand directly in front of him, eyes still closed, as if she did … Read more


Lauri Robinson: A Family for the Titanic Survivor

Lauri Robinson: A Family for the Titanic Survivor

We caught up with Mills & Boon Historical author Lauri Robinson to chat about the inspiration behind her brand new book, A Family for the Titanic Survivor. * We all have fears. They might be called quirky, unexplainable, irrational, or even unsubstantiated, but nonetheless, they are real and true fears. Two of my main ones … Read more


Sarah Mallory: Forbidden to the Highland Laird

Sarah Mallory: Forbidden to the Highland Laird

Mills & Boon Historical author Sarah Mallory tells us about how her love for the Highlands inspired not only a move to the area, but also her new book, Forbidden to the Highland Laird. * It was love at first sight (how appropriate for a romantic novelist!). One tour of Scotland’s Highlands and Islands and … Read more


Sophia James, Virginia Heath and Catherine Tinley: Christmas Cinderellas

Sophia James, Virginia Heath and Catherine Tinley: Christmas Cinderellas

Mills & Boon Historical authors Sophia James, Virginia Heath and Catherine Tinley reveal the inspiration behind their Christmas Cinderella stories and their own favourites parts of the festive season… * Christmas with the Earl by Sophia James What if someone’s memories of Christmas are only awful ones and every year all they want for Christmas … Read more


Blythe Gifford, Jenni Fletcher and Amanda McCabe: Tudor Christmas Tidings

Blythe Gifford, Jenni Fletcher and Amanda McCabe: Tudor Christmas Tidings

Make Merry at Court …with three Tudor Christmas stories! In Blythe Gifford’s Christmas at Court, Sir John Talbot and Lady Alice’s secret betrothal must wait until Henry Tudor claims the throne. In Secrets of the Queen’s Lady by Jenni Fletcher, a lady-in-waiting to Anne of Cleves is unexpectedly reunited with a handsome—and younger—diplomat at the … Read more



Marguerite Kaye: A Forbidden Liaison with Miss Grant

Marguerite Kaye: A Forbidden Liaison with Miss Grant

We caught up with Historical romance author Marguerite Kaye to discuss the inspiration behind her new book, A Forbidden Liaison with Miss Grant. Read on to discover why Marguerite chose to focus this delightful romance on an older hero and heroine couple… * When I asked on Facebook what readers would like to see feature … Read more


Eva Leigh: Would I Lie to the Duke

Eva Leigh: Would I Lie to the Duke

Regency romance author Eva Leigh chats with us about how she was inspired to create the new addition to her Union of the Rakes series, Would I Lie to the Duke, based on the music and movies of the 1980s! * Like many American kids growing up in the ’80s, the television was a constant … Read more