After so many Christmas historical romances, it’s almost (!) a relief to be launching a new series!
You know what: I can hardly believe it.
Today is the launch of the last (YES THE LAST) book in my popular Twelve Days of Christmas series.
Yup, after twelve weeks, a book published every Friday for twelve weeks, the series is at an end. Sob! I can’t hardly believe it, to be honest. I have poured so much of myself into this series, particularly my love of big families.
I am so excited to reveal that book 11 in my Christmas series, Twelve Days of Christmas is now live!
It launched yesterday and already so many readers are saying how much they are enjoying the gradual closing of this series.
Don’t worry – next week you’ll still have a book in this series, but it will be the last one. Make sure you are completely caught up by reading Two Turtle Doves!
When you hear the words ‘three french hens’ what do you think?
Ever since I was old enough to know about ~the ways of the world~ I realised that these three French hens could be birds. OR…they could be mistresses.
It’s strange to think that we’re nearing the end of my Twelve Days of Christmas series, but yes: it’s the time of Four Calling Birds!
This book was actually a really challenging one for me to write. I thought it would be easy – after all, I had already written eight book in this series. How hard could it be?
Phew! When I first suggested to my amazing publishers, Dragonblade, that I wanted to do a Christmas series of 12 books that launched one a week, every week for twelve weeks…I was certain they were going to laugh. But you know what? They were incredibly supportive. And here we are…
Welcome to week 2 of my Dragonblade Christmas series, Twelve Days of Christmas! One steamy Regency book, every week, for 12 weeks. I hope you’ve caught up with the first book, Twelve Drummers Drumming, because it’s time for book 2 – Eleven Pipers Piping!