For as long as I can remember, I've been telling stories, and as soon as I learned how to write, I started jotting down my own tales. My love for romance began with a copy of Susan Elizabeth Phillips', "Dream A Little Dream" during a long plane ride to D.C. That book was a catalyst, and from then on, I spent my summers devouring every romance novel I could get my hands on. I discovered amazing authors like Rachel Gibson, Lorraine Heath, Susan Andersen, and Sarah MacLean, and it was historical romance that truly captured my heart and fueled my dream of publishing my own novels.
During Covid, I found my other love, plants. It's become a serious addiction that has led to twenty-one house plants, each with their own name, and when summer rolls around, my backyard turns into a lush oasis full of flowering perennials and a vegetable garden I'm quite enamored of. I'm out there daily tending to my garden, adding more plants to the mix, and creating a magical space to help suburbia feel a bit more like the lush England gardens I long for.
But here's the really exciting part: I've turned my passion for historical romance into two amazing series! The first one is called, "A Genus of Gentlemen," which focuses on these charming and honorable men who navigate the complexities of society while unraveling their deepest emotions and desires. It's all about gallantry, honor, and, of course, plenty of swoon-worthy romance. My newest series, "London's Greatest Spies," is a 180 of the low angst series. Think secret agents, thrilling espionage, and of course, love stories set in historical London. It's all about these extraordinary individuals who put their lives on the line to protect their country.
So, you see, I'm all about blending history, passion, and a touch of adventure (and maybe a plant mention or two) in my writing. I want to transport readers to fascinating worlds and give them an escape they won't forget!