My Books

Hope and Happiness in Bluebell Wood

Ava loves city life but when something happens to make her feel unsafe, she retreats to the calm and quiet of Bluebell Wood. The once high-flying Ava now locks herself away in her fairy-tale cottage…

July 22nd 2021

Kate and Clara’s Curious Cornish Craft Shop

Book 3 of the “St Felix” series (Can be read as a standalone story)

Kate thinks all her wishes have come true when she opens her own little craft shop in the idyllic harbour town of St Felix.
But she soon finds a mystery lingers in her new shop – a sixty-year-old love story told through beautiful paintings and …

23 July 2020

Secrets and Seashells at Rainbow Bay

Amelia is a single mother, doing her very best to look after her young son, Charlie – but money is tight and times are tough. When she first hears that she is the last descendent of the Chesterford family and that she has inherited a Real-Life Castle by…

27th June 2019

Daisy’s Vintage Cornish Camper Van

Book 2 of the “St Felix” series (Can be read as a standalone story)

After Ana inherits a vintage VW Camper Van from her best friend, Daisy, she finds herself travelling to the little harbour town of St Felix in Cornwall to collect it. The problem is the camper van is completely run down and in need of much renovation. Luckily, local mechanic, Malachi, is on hand to…

14th June 2018

Summer of Serendipity

One summer, property seeker, Serendipity Parker finds herself on the beautiful west coast of Ireland, hunting for a home for a wealthy Irish client. But when she finds the perfect home in the small town of Ballykiltara, there’s a problem; nobody seems to knows who owns it…

13th July 2017

Letters from Lighthouse Cottage

Grace grew up in Sandybridge, helping her parents sort junk from vintage treasures, but she always longed to escape to a bigger world. And she did, traveling the world for her job, falling in love and starting a family. So why is she now back in the tiny seaside…

14th July 2016

The Little Flower Shop by the Sea

Book 1 of the “St Felix” series

When Poppy Carmichael, the black sheep of her flower-loving family, inherits her grandmother’s beloved flower shop on the beautiful north Cornish coast, it’s with much trepidation she returns to the pretty harbour town of St Felix where she spent much of her childhood…

30th July 2015

From Notting Hill with Four Weddings …Actually

(Book 3)

Movie addict Scarlett O’Brien is finally living the jet-setting life she’s always dreamed of – but it all hangs by a shiny, golden thread. Flying between London and New York, running two businesses, planning her wedding…

23rd October 2014

Step Back in Time

When focused career girl, Jo-Jo steps onto a zebra crossing and gets hit by a car, she awakes to find herself in 1963. The fashion, the music, her job and even her romantic life: everything is different. And then it happens three more times, and Jo-Jo finds herself living a completely new life in the 1970s

7th November 2013

From Notting Hill to New York …Actually

(Book 2)

Scarlett O’Brien, utterly addicted to romantic films, has found her leading man. She’s still convinced Sean is “Mr Right”, but the day-to-day reality of a relationship isn’t quite like the movies. With Sean constantly away on business, Scarlett and her new best friend Oscar decide to head to New York …

22nd November 2012

Breakfast at Darcy’s

When Darcy McCall loses her beloved Aunt Molly, she doesn’t expect any sort of inheritance – let alone a small island! Located off the west coast of Ireland, Tara hasn’t been lived on for years, but according to Molly’s will Darcy must stay there for twelve months in order to fully inherit. It’s a big shock. And she’s even more shocked to hear that she needs to persuade…

24th November 2011

From Notting Hill with Love …Actually

(Book 1)

Scarlett loves the movies – they’re just so much more exciting and romantic than her own mundane life mending popcorn machines and living with her DIY obsessed fiancé David. So when everyone keeps telling her she needs to stop day-dreaming her life away in…

25th November 2010