Nina Singh on Why New Orleans is the PERFECT Romance Setting

Nina Singh on Why New Orleans is the PERFECT Romance Setting

In her latest book, True Love author Nina Singh whisks us away to New Orleans where we can almost taste the delicious food and the atmospheric buzz that the city has to offer. In today’s blog, she tells us why it was the PERFECT setting for Around the World with the Millionaire. * New Orleans … Read more


Highland Alliances: Old Enemies, New Allies!

Highland Alliances: Old Enemies, New Allies!

The new Highland Alliances series by Terri Brisbin, Jenni Fletcher and Madeline Martin has all the elements that historical readers love: marriages of (in)convenience, Highlanders, kilts, mountains and islands and the sea, sexy and bold heroes, and smart and brave heroines. And, of course, romance! We’re DELIGHTED to be joined by the three fabulous authors … Read more


Sophie Pembroke: My Inspiration Behind Vegas Wedding to Forever

Sophie Pembroke: My Inspiration Behind Vegas Wedding to Forever

True Love author Sophie Pembroke talks to us about her brand new trilogy, The Heirs of Wishcliffe. * Starting a new trilogy is always part exciting, part scary. Exciting, because I have three linked romances to dream up, and I can tell a larger story over the course of them. But scary too, because if … Read more


Lauri Robinson on her 1930s and 1950s romances!

Lauri Robinson on her 1930s and 1950s romances!

We’re delighted to be joined on our blog by Lauri Robinson who talks about the inspiration behind her new historical duet which takes place in the 1930s and 1950s. * Every century is full of amazing eras of feast and famine, peace and war, love and change, and every era is rich with people who … Read more


Jackie Ashenden on Forbidden Romances

Jackie Ashenden on Forbidden Romances

We caught up with the captivating Jackie Ashenden who talks to us about her new Modern romance, Pregnant by the Wrong Prince which is all about forbidden love! * I love a forbidden romance. In fact, the more forbidden the better, so when the time came to think about my pregnant princesses book, I decided … Read more


Tina Beckett: My Inspiration Behind Their Reunion to Remember

Tina Beckett: My Inspiration Behind Their Reunion to Remember

Tina Beckett’s new book, Their Reunion to Remember is a second chance romance with a BIG twist. Her heroine, Lia has a very unique medical condition where she cannot distinguish one face from another. Here Tina tells us about the inspirations behind this story. * There are people you come across in life who fascinate … Read more


Snow-Kissed Proposals: Jenni Fletcher and Elisabeth Hobbes in Conversation

Snow-Kissed Proposals: Jenni Fletcher and Elisabeth Hobbes in Conversation

Historical authors Jenni Fletcher and Elisabeth Hobbes visit the Mills & Boon blog to talk about their two festive short stories in Snow-Kissed Proposals!  * Why write Victorian Christmas stories? Jenni: A lot of things that we associate with Christmas – trees, cards, crackers, Ebenezer Scrooge – date from the Victorian era so there’s just … Read more



Louisa George: Writing a Winter Escape

Louisa George: Writing a Winter Escape

Brrrr the weather is feeling more and more wintery by the day! The festive season is truly upon us, so we asked Louisa George what it was like writing about a truly Chrsitmassy, winter escape in her new book, ER Doc to Mistletoe Bride.  * Around twenty years ago we booked a ski-ing holiday in … Read more


3 Brand New Regency Romances to Read if You Loved Bridgerton!

3 Brand New Regency Romances to Read if You Loved Bridgerton!

This November, we have three wonderful new Regency titles to check out, perfect if you’re a fan of the hit Bridgerton series! Read on to find out the inspiration behind these stories from the authors themselves… * The Duke’s Counterfeit Wife by Louise Allen I am not certain where the idea for The Duke’s Counterfeit … Read more