Susan Mallery: Welcome to Wishing Tree

Susan Mallery: Welcome to Wishing Tree

We’re delighted to be joined on our blog by the lovely Susan Mallery who offers an introduction to the fabulously festive setting of her new book, The Christmas Wedding Guest. * Welcome to Wishing Tree The Town In the scenic Cascade Mountains of Washington state, just fifteen miles from the Canadian border, there’s a festive … Read more


Annie Claydon and Louisa Heaton on their new Medical duet!

Annie Claydon and Louisa Heaton on their new Medical duet!

On today’s blog, Annie Claydon and Louisa Heaton talk about their writing journey and inspiration behind their new Medical duet, Reunited at St Barnabas’s Hospital. * Louisa Annie and I communicated by email to decide on a specialty. We knew the Eds didn’t want a book on midwifery or paediatrics and so we settled on … Read more


Marguerite Kaye: Beauty is in the Eyes of the Beholder

Marguerite Kaye: Beauty is in the Eyes of the Beholder

We’re delighted to be joined on our blog today by Marguerite Kaye, who shares exciting news about her new Historical duet! * Beauty is in the Eyes of the Beholder   My new duet, Revelations of the Carstairs Sisters, is set in the 1860’s in Victorian Britain at a time when photography was really starting to take … Read more


Juliette Hyland: Reawakened at the South Pole

Juliette Hyland: Reawakened at the South Pole

Juliette Hyland’s new Medical romance, Reawakened at the South Pole has a slightly more unconventional setting than many of our romances. We caught up with Juliette to find out more about what inspired her South Pole romance! * Like many parents in 2020 and 2021, I spent more time at home with my children doing … Read more


Travelling the world with Avril Tremayne

Travelling the world with Avril Tremayne

We are delighted to be joined on our blog today by Avril Tremayne who is the co-author of Meet Me In Tahiti. If you’re familiar with Georgia Toffolo’s Meet Me series, you’ll know that the four Lost Hours girls live in various exciting and exotic locations around the world. And who better to co-write Meet … Read more


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


Susan Mallery: My Inspiration Behind the Fool’s Gold Series

Susan Mallery: My Inspiration Behind the Fool’s Gold Series

American author Susan Mallery is well known around the world for writing grab-you-by-the heart relationship novels full of passion and humor. Here, Susan chats about the surprising source of inspiration behind her most popular series, the Fool’s Gold romances, set for a print debut here in the UK on July 22 with the release of … Read more


Michelle Smart: Heroes Returning from the Dead

Michelle Smart: Heroes Returning from the Dead

Michelle Smart‘s new book The Secret Behind the Greek’s Return stars a hero who has returned from the dead. We caught up with her to find out more about writing this story and what readers can expect… * A long time before I started writing The Secret Behind the Greek’s Return, a scene conjured itself … Read more


Jenni Fletcher: Celebrating Real-Life and Literary Queens!

Jenni Fletcher: Celebrating Real-Life and Literary Queens!

Saturday the 12th of June is Queen Elizabeth II’s official birthday and to celebrate, we’ve invited Jenni Fletcher onto our blog to talk about the legacy of Great British Queens. * 12th June is the Queen’s second birthday. Not her real birthday, which I always remember as 21st April because it’s the same day as … Read more