Historical Fiction

The Devil's Temptress is now available for pre-order!

My dark Crusader romance, The Devil's Temptress, goes on sale in late October. But you can pre-order the book on Amazon right now, and I'm very excited about it. :)  At Eleanor of Aquitaine's glittering court, a passionate Christian lady must choose between Richard the Lionheart and the disgraced Muslim knight known as the Devil of Damascus. 

IT'S ALMOST TIME!!

The Devil's Mistress is out Tuesday, June 1.  You can pick up your copy at a discounted rate at My Bookstore & More, Amazon and other e-book vendors.  When you've finished, if you like what you've read, please post a review. :)  Or just drop me a line--I always love to hear from you.  Happy reading!

Romantic Elements and Transcending Genre in THE QUEEN'S FOOL by Philippa Gregory

I wrote the essay below for the Stonecoast MFA program in Writing Popular Fiction at the University of Southern Maine. Please feel free to cite my work with attribution if you like for your own academic or other research.

THE DOOMSDAY BOOK by Connie Willis

This time travel story takes place in England during the Black Death of 1348. Once again, the Complete Idiot’s Ultimate Reading List has struck solid gold! When I read the last page of THE DOOMSDAY BOOK, I put the book down and thought blankly at the author, “Jesus Christ, lady. You’ve written one hell of a book.” And she HAS.

THE SECRET DIARY OF ANNE BOLEYN by Robin Maxwell

Set of course in Tudor England under the reign of King Henry VIII, SECRET DIARY is a startlingly good retelling of Anne Boleyn’s story via a fictional journal that is discovered and read by her daughter Elizabeth Tudor when she becomes Queen. Elizabeth finds unsettling parallels between her mother’s story and her own illicit and dangerous love for Lord Robert Dudley.

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