Painting the Princess – Out now!

Princess Sophie needs to shake off her reputation as a frivolous party girl. Handsome and passionate artist Marc Durand wants to prove he can make it on his own as a successful artist. He has reluctantly agreed to paint her official portrait, but if she gives into temptation, will scandal consume them both?

Out 5 June 2018 and available here.


It Happened One Christmas…

It Happened One Christmas

I am delighted to be a part of this anthology of short Christmas stories by a group of Canberra romance writers. The collection features six short stories from Regency England to present day Canberra, but all set at Christmas (of course!).

You can buy it from Amazon Au here

and Amazon here.

The anthology includes my short story, Last Christmas.

Last Christmas, Hollywood heart-throb, Lachlan McLean, broke Gemma Fitzgerald’s heart.  This Christmas he’s back. Gemma’s determined not to be hurt again, but Lachlan has other ideas …

The Reluctant Lover

Katherine Bright is one of Australia’s most acclaimed television journalists, but rumor has it her show is about to be axed. Katherine has interviewed presidents and brought down corrupt governments but her ratings are plummeting. Katherine has given up everything for her career—her marriage and the chance of having children— she isn’t about to give up on her show easily.

Enter Liam Kennedy, a young gun, foreign correspondent back in Australia for an awards night. Liam is the whole cliché – tall, dark and totally kissable. Except for one thing. He’s younger than Katherine. Much younger. And when Katherine realises she needs Liam to save her show she finds herself in an impossible situation.

Amazon US

Amazon Australia



The Reluctant Lover

Out now

Acting The Part 

Poppy Greenwood needs money fast. Her estranged father, one of the most powerful men in Hollywood, has promised to help – on the condition that she work on the set of his next movie. Although Poppy despises the world of show business, she has little choice but to agree.

Hot-shot director Max Madden has an Oscar in his sights. He needs this film to be a success but an overblown budget and a difficult cast are ruining his plans. Not only that, but the Executive Producer’s daughter has arrived to spy on him. To keep a close eye on Poppy, he insists she work directly for him.

But as they work together on location in southern France, the temperature begins to rise. Max knows the boss’s daughter is definitely off limits – and Poppy does not want a relationship with anyone in the industry. Yet against their better judgment, an intense chemistry begins to build . . .






The Secret Prince

Prince Alexander Davros is on the run. From the press, from his bodyguards, and from a secret that threatens his position as heir to his country’s throne…

Journalist Maddie Lawson is determined to prove herself capable of covering hard news. She’s fuming when her boss tells her to investigate reports of a European prince holidaying undercover in Sydney.  As far as Maddie is concerned, Alexander Davros is a freeloading playboy.

When their accidental meeting results in a media frenzy, Alex is convinced Maddie’s just been using him for a story. And Maddie can’t believe the cute surfer she kissed was actually royalty. With her professional reputation in tatters, Maddie has no choice but to accept the royal family’s offer to travel to Europe to write a profile on the Prince.

While furious that his father has arranged for Maddie to visit, Alex is forced to keep her close or risk having her uncover his secret.  And as they spend more time together, the attraction between them grows.  But if Maddie discovers the truth, she’ll have to choose between the career she’s worked so hard for and the man she’s just getting to know…

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Destiny Romance





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