I'm originally from Liverpool but now live in leafy Hertfordshire with my husband, two of our three grown up children and our crazy black cocker spaniel Toby.
My books are set in the fictional market town of Bramblewood and they're inspired by the beautiful countryside that I'm surrounded by. There is always a nod to my home town of Liverpool too.
As well as being an author I am also a qualified Marketeer and Press Officer for the Romantic Novelists' Association, a fabulous organisation of which I am also a member.
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Camilla's delicious cakes are the talk of her little village. If you need a perfectly iced mouthful of joy, Camilla 'Cupcake' is your woman. But after losing her mother, she finds her home and her business in jeopardy. She needs a little helping hand...
Thankfully her friends are always there for her, and when she is given an old ice cream van, Camilla's dream of a cupcake delivery service is born. Now she can bring happiness - and buttercream frosting - to the whole town.
But when her ex Blake appears back on her doorstep, Camilla must decide if she can trust him again or if her heart might belong to someone else...
Bursting with romance and sprinkled with humour, this is a deliciously feel-good story about one woman putting her life back together, one cupcake at a time.
Here is my debut novel, I'm absolutely delighted with the cover and can't quite believe that something from my imagination has been brought to life so beautifully.
Published 6th July 2020
When single mum Lucy Woods moves to Bramblewood to be near her Grandad, she didn't expect to bump into her best friend's brother, nor did she expect him to have grown into such a hunk. Bitter divorce lawyer Dominic is not impressed with Lucy's job as a wedding planner and doesn't believe in happy ever afters but when another couple close to him fall in love, Lucy and Dominic are thrown together and sparks begin to fly.
This is a romantic comedy that will have you laughing out loud.
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