"Well you can't go wrong with that combination of now, the Highlands and the 18thCentury! I wish you all the best with that project. At the moment I am finishing the final chapters of the second in my Georgian historical mystery series (well it…"
"I love almost all historical periods up to the 1900s and I love to lose myself in research (too much at times) and collect what most would find totally pointless facts. Having said that, I am taking a break from historical romance…"
When not bumping about Georgian London in my sedan chair or exchanging gossip with perfumed and patched courtiers in the gilded drawing rooms of Versailles, I write bestselling Georgian Historical Romance and Crimance (crime with lashings of romance). All my books are set in the 18th Century, spanning 1740 to early 1780's England, with occasional crossings to the France of Louis XV. I pull up the reins at the French Revolution (where I lost a previous life at the guillotine for my unpardonably hedonistic lifestyle as a layabout aristo!)
Quizzing glass and quill, into my sedan chair and away--the 1700's rock!
Favourite romantic books
Persuasion and Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen, Katherine by Anya Seton, Bath Tangle and Sylvester by Georgette Heyer
Favourite romantic movies
Persuasion; Truly, Madly, Deeply; EverAfter; Stardust; Young Victoria; Enchanted April; North and South Telemovie
Favourite romantic heroes
Captain Wentworth; John Thorton; Colonel Brandon; Renard, Duke of Roxton; Magnus Sinclair, Earl of Salt Hendon; Jonathon Strang
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I love almost all historical periods up to the 1900s and I love to lose myself in research (too much at times) and collect what most would find totally pointless facts. Having said that, I am taking a break from historical romance right now. I've just finished the first draft of my second historical romance (mostly set in North Africa in 1845) and I need a change of timeframe and scenery. So it's up to the Highlands for me and it's 'now' (but despite my earlier resolutions I can't help having a sub-storyline set in the eighteenth century). We'll see what comes out of all that! Have a lovely Christmas!