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
From writing tips to dressmaking, Marguerite Kaye, our lovely historical romance author reveals all! Read on to find out about the inspiration for her latest book A Scandalous Winter Wedding, and exclusive character and story reveals for her upcoming releases this year! Find out more in the Q&A below! What do you like the most … 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
‘Scandal at the Midsummer Ball’ – Q & A with Marguerite Kaye and Bronwyn Scott Part Two If you could turn the book into a movie, who would be your dream cast? Marguerite: I always cast my characters. For my hero, I picked Paul Walker from ‘Fast and Furious’, who had the sexy good … Read more
Questions for ‘Scandal at the Midsummer Ball’ – Part One Share five things we’d probably never guess about you. Fun, interesting or even embarrassing! Marguerite Kaye In my teens, I was the only punk rocker in my small town. Without access to ‘big city’ fashion products I had to be creative. I remember using … Read more
A lot goes into writing a book set in a different time, and for writers like Marguerite Kaye, the research stage is a journey separate from the book. Here, Marguerite tells us about the inspiration behind her newest Regency Romance – The Soldier’s Rebel Lover. “The two World Wars fought in the twentieth century demanded that … Read more
When I decided to write a First World War romance, I instinctively knew that letters should play a key role in the story. I was initially inspired by some of the more famous ones, those of the poets Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfrid Owen, the letters which Vera Brittain wrote to her brother and fiancé, both … Read more