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Cover of Fool's Gold displayed on a tablet on a table with a fountain pen, ink, and a pink rose. The cover has a man in a long jacket and woman in 1920s dress silhouetted against a brilliant green and purple background
Fool’s Gold is full of a villain redeemed, an inherited curse, finding who you want to be, a perky dragon, and arts and pigments galore.

In my books you will find complex characters, many of whom have come through a difficult time (emotionally, physically, or both) but who are now in a place to look around and engage with the world in a new way. My books are full of kindness, thoughtfulness, and caring.

Readers have described my books as gentle and charming, and my worldbuilding as enchanting. I adore writing about a world where enchanted drinks can sap your magic, legendary beings can appear out of nowhere, magical beasts can cross your path – and much much more!

My newsletter has details about what I’m working on (and fascinating bits of research). Keep an eye on my blog for more about Albion and details about events and experiences in my books.



You can read my books in any order. (I do have a list of suggested places to start.)

The Mysterious Charm series is set in the 1920s
It is centred on the friends and associates of Lord Geoffrey Carillon.

The Mysterious Powers series take place between 1915 and the late 1920s.
It explores the challenges of power – magical, social, and political –
and how the Great War changed the institutions of Albion.

The Charms of Albion books are standalone titles at other points in Albion’s history.

(Currently both Edwardian)


 

Enjoy magic, mystery, and romance

If you’re interested in my books, I encourage you to sign up for my newsletter for all the latest news and some subscriber-only treats like short stories and cut scenes.

You’re welcome to get in touch through the contact form if you have any questions. I answer every email! My books are available on a wide range of platforms – if I don’t have your favourite, drop me a note and I’ll see what I can do.

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