I am the author of the contemporary romance novels "Too Close" and "Ship to Shore", and of an occasional series of short stories themed around holidays, called "Holiday Romances".
Most of my career was spent as an editor, but now I work as a print and digital graphic designer. An unexpected side-effect of leaving editing was the resurgence of an interest in writing. My first novel, Ship to Shore, was published in February 2012; my second, Too Close, in January 2013.
I grew up in Canada and lived in London, England, for many years. I have now settled in Sydney, Australia. My interests include travel, tall ship sailing and cocktails - not necessarily in that order.
If you have read any of my work, I'd love to know what you thought of it.
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The Perfect Chocolate Martini
Every weekday, Gordon buys one handcrafted chocolate. Alice laughs off the suggestion that he is more interested in the woman who makes the chocolates than in the chocolates themselves, but she is secretly pleased. Two days before Easter, Alice discovers that Gordon is also Leadfoot, the noisy neighbor in the apartment above hers. Will it be war between them, or love? (Holiday Romances: Number 2)
Toast To Go
One too many heartbreaks has turned Jemma into what her sister calls a jaded cynic. But on the morning before Valentine’s Day, café owner Dave tucks a note in with her toast, and Jemma is reminded of the delights of falling in love. All she has to do now is stop playing it safe, and take a chance.
(Number 1 in the 'Holiday Romances' series of short stories)
Three weeks before their wedding day, Nicola and Greg discover that they may have the same mother.
When Nicola mentions the circumstances of her adoption, Greg’s horrified mother is forced to reveal the shameful secret she has kept for 36 years.
If she is right, they face a devastating choice: break all of society’s rules and fight for their love, or break their hearts and give each other up.
Ship to Shore
Storms at sea, heartbreak on land. And bagpipes. Sally and Dermid fall in love while sailing a tall ship across the Atlantic, but it ends in guilt and betrayal; can their love triumph when they meet again on one of Scotland's Hebrides Islands?
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