Tuesday, 30 June 2020

Release Day Review: To Catch An Earl by Kate Bateman


From the #1 bestselling author of historical romances, Kate Bateman, comes the second book in the Bow Street Bachelors series, TO CATCH AN EARL (St. Martin’s Paperbacks, June 30, 2020, $7.99). A case of secret identities finds reunited lovers on opposite sides of the law in this fun, flirty Regency romance.


Alex Harland, Earl of Melton and dedicated rake, never pictured himself as an agent of inquiry. But the thrill of investigation is a challenge he now embraces. When he’s asked to pursue the Nightjar, a notorious thief who is reclaiming France’s crown jewels, the case throws him into the path of the beautiful and equally elusive Emmy Danvers, reminding him of the only puzzle he’s never solved: the identity of the mysterious woman who once stole a kiss from him—and left him wanting so much more…
The daughter of a thief, Emmy learned long ago how to keep her secrets safeguarded—and, as the notorious Nightjar, her love for Alex Harland is one of them. With the determined earl hot on her trail—and making her hot under the collar—Emmy has no choice but to keep her distance. But when a moment’s danger threatens Emmy’s life as well as her name, will Alex finally discover that he’s followed every clue…to true love?

After reading This Earl is Mine, I've been eagerly awaiting this second novel in the Bow Street Bachelors series. I adored Georgiana and Benedict's story, a difficult act to follow, but I admit, to enjoying this one a little bit more!

Emmy Danvers is a thief, a detail only known to her family. Unknown to the outside world, she is the Nightjar, a wanted criminal and someone the Bow Street Runners are trying to capture. So far, she has evaded capture, but with Earl Melton, Alex Harland on the case it's a bitter-sweet fact because the tall, handsome gentleman is the one who stole her heart four years ago.

Alex Harland never forgot the kiss he shared with a woman at a masquerade ball four years ago. She's invaded many of his dreams over time and a constant source of irritation to the fact he didn't know who she was. As he begins to investigate the case of a missing diamond, the work of the notorious Nightjar, he gets a whiff of a perfume triggering memories of his mysterious love. Is she, the criminal he must hunt and capture?

Like the previous Bow Street Bachelor book, the narrative is a well thought out, brimming with fascinating facts and details along with an agreeable band of secondary characters. It's refreshing to meet engaging protagonists, from equally intriguing backgrounds, come together in uncommon circumstances. The banter between Emmy and Alex is humorous and electrically charged with smouldering lust as the pair circle each other, knowing one is the hunter, the other the prey.

The outcome is a happy one as Alex finally meets his match, a strong-willed and intelligent woman. We learn Benedict is blissfully happy with his adored, independent wife. Sebastian Wolff remains the only bachelor of The Tricorn Club to meet his match… I can't wait to discover who that'll be!

***arc generously received courtesy of St. Martin's Press via NetGalley***



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Kate Bateman, (also writing as K. C. Bateman), is the #1 bestselling author of historical romances, including her RITA® nominated Renaissance romp, The Devil To Pay, and the novels in the Secrets & Spies series To Steal a HeartA Raven’s Heart, and A Counterfeit Heart. When not writing novels that feature feisty, intelligent heroines and sexy, snarky heroes you want to both strangle and kiss, Kate works as a fine art appraiser and on-screen antiques expert for several popular TV shows in the UK. She splits her time between Illinois and her native England. Follow her on Twitter to learn more.





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Monday, 29 June 2020

Book Spotlight with an Extract: Broken Silence by Liz Mistry



Broken Silence by Liz Mistry

When DS Felicity Springer is reported missing after a police training conference, the countdown to find her begins…
On her way home after an exhausting weekend, with colleagues she can’t wait to escape, Felicity notices something odd about the white van in front of her. A hand has punched through the car’s rear light and is frantically waving, trying to catch her attention.
Desperate to help, Felicity dials 999 and calls it in. But whilst on the phone, she loses control of the car on the icy road, crashing straight into the vehicle ahead.
Pinned in the seat and unable to move, Felicity feels a sudden whoosh of cold air across her face. Someone has opened the passenger door… and they have a gun.
With Felicity missing and no knowledge of whether she is dead or alive, DS Nikki Parekh and DC Sajid Malik race to find their friend and colleague.
But Felicity was harbouring a terrible secret, and with her life now hanging in the balance, Nikki can only hope that someone will come forward and break the silence…


Let me introduce the brave … the bold … the ferocious …DS Nikita Parekh. A working class, single parent, detective of dual heritage who lives in the working class estate of Listerhills in Bradford.
Chapter 10
Nikki needed to unwind. She forced her shoulders to relax as she drove round the Listerhills Estate streets. This was something she often did before heading home for the evening. Keeping an eye on her patch as she drove had two benefits. One, she kept her finger on the pulse and two, she didn’t take as much of her work home with her as usual.
Fliss! For God’s sake, Fliss? Who’d have thought jagged, cold Springer would be called Fliss? She frowned. Who’d have thought jagged, cold Springer would have a pregnant wife? Shit, Nikki had suspected she ate children for breakfast but that whole scenario was turned on its head. Now that she’d met Springer’s pregnant partner and liked her, it was even more imperative to get Springer home. She was invested in this now.
Her headlights picked up figures scurrying into the darkness of the ginnels. Deliberately, she turned off the side street and into the cobbled back alley that separated two lines of terraces, and trawled down it in second gear. It was three streets over from her own home yet this one was always one she kept an eye on. It backed onto one edge of the Rec and was prime land for drug deals, besides, there had been a worrying increase in machete attacks nearby in the last two weeks. Where there were machete attacks, Nikki’s experience told her there were also Class As, other weapons and gullible kids to get caught up in the bravado and cheap sell of a Lamborghini, a snazzy wristwatch and posh mobile. There was an air of expectancy, like a toxic cloud hovering over her estate and Nikki wasn’t going to stand for that. She reached the bottom of the ginnel, hoping her exhaust wouldn’t fall off – she’d no spare cash to replace that, not if she was going to replace the battery – and waited.
A figure dodged out from a back yard further down, didn’t even look in Nikki’s direction and loped off, dodging the puddles, shoulders hunched and hood up. As he dipped under one of the few still working streetlamps she cursed. ‘Fuck’s sake Haqib. Do you never learn?’ and she was out of her car, leaving the engine running and her door open as she darted after him. ‘Haqib?’
He hesitated, seemed to consider whether to speed up or turn and face the music. Thankfully, for him, the latter instinct won.
Whassup, Aunt Nikki?’ He splayed his hands in front of him, sulky mouth drooping, attitude in the way he hunched his shoulders.
What you doing out at this time? It’s after ten and you, I believe, are still grounded after Fingergate.’ She was well aware that she was being harsh. The lad’s finger had been amputated and reattached nearly a year ago. Sometimes though, it paid to remind him of what his last brush with drugs had resulted in.
Haqib winced and flexed his little finger. ‘That’s a bit tight, innit? That were last year.’
Hands on hips, Nikki inhaled slowly. ‘I’ll tell you what’s tight, Haqib Parekh. Skipping out of the house behind your mum’s back – that’s what’s tight. Breaking your word – that’s tight too, hanging out here—’
Yeah, yeah, I get it. That’s tight too.’ Haqib mimicked his auntie’s tone.
Nikki reached over and gently cuffed the back of his head, ‘No, that’s not bloody tight… that’s stupid. S.T.U.P.I.D. Stupid – got it?’
I ain’t doing drugs, you know. I’m not that mental.’
Nikki raised an eyebrow, not caring how harsh she was being. Haqib worried her. A young Asian lad trying to be cocky, trying to be a big man, was a worry for her. Her sister Anika, Haqib’s mum, seemed content to leave it up to Nikki to sort her son out. She studied the bloom of red that spread across his cheeks. That was guilt alright, but not the sort of blasé, fast-talking guilt she was used to from her nephew. ‘So, spill!’
A voice from behind her had Nikki spinning on her heel.
It’s me he came to see, Mrs Parekh.’
The girl was tall – taller than Haqib, skinnier than was healthy, blonde with blue eyes and a dimple in the middle of her chin. At present her eyes looked worried as she darted glances towards Haqib and each hand worried at the sleeve of her jacket. The girl looked familiar, but it took a minute for Nikki to place her and when she did, she groaned inwardly. Fuck’s sake Haqib, if it’s not drugs, it’s inappropriate relationships. ‘You’re Glass’s sister, aren’t you?’
The girl nodded. ‘Michelle – Chelle-to-my-mates.’
The words ran together and for a second Parekh thought she was telling her she had a different surname to her brother. Chelle-to-her-mates indeed. Who did she think she was – bloody royalty?
Haq isn’t doing drugs. He knows it’s for idiots, don’t you, Haq?’
Haqib, mouth hanging open, looking exactly like an idiot himself at that precise moment, nodded. Lovestruck, that’s what he is. But did he have to be lovestruck over Adam Glass’s sister? Of all the girls on the estate, he had to go for the one most likely to have him losing another digit – if not something worse.
So…’ Nikki chewed her lip, trying to come up with something auntie-ish to say, but could only manage, ‘You’re both bloody stupid. Do you really think your white-supremacist brother, office holder in Albion First, Yorkshire’s answer to the EDL, is going to sit back and let you date an Asian boy… a Muslim boy?’
Michelle’s eyes darted to the ground and then straight back up again. She met Nikki’s gaze. ‘We love each other, me and Haq. We’re like Romeo and Juliet, aren’t we, Haq?’ Her face flushed, her lips turned up, her eyes full of love as she looked at her boyfriend.

Born in Scotland, Made in Bradford sums up Liz Mistry’s life. Over thirty years ago she moved from a small village in West Lothian to Yorkshire to get her teaching degree. Once here, Liz fell in love with three things; curries, the rich cultural diversity of the city … and her Indian husband (not necessarily in this order). Now thirty years, three children, two cats (Winky and Scumpy) and a huge extended family later, Liz uses her experiences of living and working in the inner city to flavour her writing. Her gritty crime fiction police procedural novels set in Bradford embrace the city she describes as ‘Warm, Rich and Fearless’ whilst exploring the darkness that lurks beneath.
Struggling with severe clinical depression and anxiety for a large number of years, Liz often includes mental health themes in her writing. She credits the MA in Creative Writing she took at Leeds Trinity University with helping her find a way of using her writing to navigate her ongoing mental health struggles. Being a debut novelist in her fifties was something Liz had only dreamed of and she counts herself lucky, whilst pinching herself regularly to make sure it’s all real. One of the nicest things about being a published author is chatting with and responding to readers’ feedback and Liz regularly does events at local libraries, universities, literature festivals and open mics. She also teaches creative writing too. Now, having nearly completed a PhD in Creative Writing focussing on ‘the absence of the teen voice in adult crime fiction’ and ‘why expansive narratives matter’, Liz is chock full of ideas to continue writing.
In her spare time, Liz loves pub quizzes (although she admits to being rubbish at them), dancing (she does a mean jig to Proud Mary – her opinion, not ratified by her family), visiting the varied Yorkshire landscape, with Robin Hoods Bay being one of her favourite coastal destinations, listening to music, reading and blogging about all things crime fiction on her blog, The Crime Warp.

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Friday, 26 June 2020

Spotlight, Review & Author Guest Post: The English Wife by Adrienne Chinn




Exploring World War II Norwich
My second novel, The English Wife, begins with English war bride, Ellie Burgess Parsons, at Liverpool dockside with her baby, Emmett, and her father and younger sister, Dottie, as she readies herself for the long voyage across the Atlantic to her new life on in a remote fishing village on the rugged island of Newfoundland. Ellie is a Norwich girl, the daughter of the headmaster of a local boys’ school, and, as I wrote her 1940s story, I wanted to recreate her world in this bustling medieval city as faithfully as I could. There was a lot of information to be found online, of course, but nothing beats visiting a place to walk in the footsteps of your characters. So, in February 2019, I took myself up to Norwich on the train and spent five days exploring the city with my writer friend, Melvyn Fickling, a long-time Norwich resident.

In Melvyn I had an ideal guide – he is the author of three World War II novels and has an extensive knowledge of Norwich at that time. We traced the path of bombing raids; bought trinkets in the open market (where Ellie has a heated scene with her Newfoundlander husband-to-be, Thomas Parsons); followed her route into Jarrolds Department store (which is still there, looking much as it would have in 1942) and on to Bethel Street Fire Station where she worked in the Auxiliary Fire Service; found the original location of the Rowntree-Macintosh chocolate factory by Chapelfield Gardens – renamed Mcklintock’s Chocolates in The English Wife, where Ellie’s fiancé George works in administration; and refreshed ourselves in The Gardeners Arms (AKA The Murderers), just as Thomas and Ellie do.

On a walk past the impressive Cathedral of St John the Baptist – Ellie’s local church – we discovered the somewhat hidden entrance to the lovely Victorian Plantation Garden, with its moss-covered fountains, and winding paths through the terraced hillsides, and I knew I had to use it as a setting for one of Ellie’s and Thomas’s clandestine meetings. Similarly, a walk along the Wensum River brought us to the ruins of the medieval Cow Tower, where Ellie and Thomas share an illicit tryst.

The Samson & Hercules nightclub on Tombland, where Ellie and her friend Ruthie often danced with George, Thomas and other newly-arrived soldiers, is now a restaurant, and fibreglass replicas of the original 17th century Samson and Hercules statues hold up the portico (the original, restored Samson is on display at the Museum of Norwich, though Hercules is too fragile and is safely stored in the museum’s vaults).

The weather during those February days was a gift of bright blue skies and warm early spring sun, and, as we walked through the winding cobbled streets of the ancient city, still so unchanged from those war years of the 1940s, it was easy to imagine that just around a corner I’d bump into Ellie and Ruthie hurrying down a lane on their way to the latest showing at the cinema, or a dance at the Samson & Hercules.
The English Wife by Adrienne Chinn

Two women, a world apart.
A secret waiting to be discovered…
VE Day 1945: As victory bells ring out across the country, war bride Ellie Burgess’ happiness is overshadowed by grief. Her charismatic Newfoundlander husband Thomas is still missing in action.

Until a letter arrives explaining Thomas is back at home on the other side of the Atlantic recovering from his injuries.
Travelling to a distant country to live with a man she barely knows is the bravest thing Ellie has ever had to do. But nothing can prepare her for the harsh realities of her new home…
September 11th 2001: Sophie Parry is on a plane to New York on the most tragic day in the city’s history. While the world watches the news in horror, Sophie’s flight is rerouted to a tiny town in Newfoundland and she is forced to seek refuge with her estranged aunt Ellie.

Determined to discover what it was that forced her family apart all those years ago, newfound secrets may change her life forever…

This is a timeless story of love, sacrifice and resilience perfect for fans of Lorna Cook and Gill Paul.

The English Wife is a captivating novel about two women and how their lives are intertwined. 

As a reader, I'm always cautious when I pick up a novel when duel times lines are involved because quite often I feel overwhelmed trying to remember names and details. I needn't have worried about The English Wife as Ms Chinn has produced an easy to follow narrative which also includes multiply points of view too. The novel has two distinct parts. The first follows Ellie's life in Norwich during World War II and Sophie's unscheduled arrival in Newfoundland in 2001. Part two focuses on Ellie's life after she arrives in Newfoundland in 1946, and Sophie's second visit back to the island in 2011. 

Tippy's Tickle, what a wonderful place it is. The descriptions bring the place alive making it easy to visualise the rugged landscape and to see it through the eyes of Ellie as she arrived in Newfoundland after travelling thousands of miles from Norwich. I enjoyed learning about the lifestyles of the habitants and the history. Mostly I appreciated how Ellie's life evolved away from her family and the people she surrounded herself with.

Family drama, secrets and the complexities of relationships. The English Wife is emotionally charged, with tragedy and heartbreak as well as regret and sacrifice as the lives of Ellie and Sophie collide in an unexpected way. The outcome gives both women closure in what turns out to be a complicated situation and highlights that actions have consequences. The narrative begins slowly, but there's a gradual increase in pace building to a satisfying but bitter-sweet outcome. 

Overall, expect to embark on an emotional journey full of twists and turns in this beautifully written and engaging novel. 

***arc generously received courtesy of 0ne More Chapter via NetGalley***



Adrienne Chinn was born in Grand Falls, Newfoundland, grew up in Quebec, and eventually made her way to London, England after a career as a journalist. In England she worked as a TV and film researcher before embarking on a career as an interior designer, lecturer, and writer. When not up a ladder or at the computer, she can usually be found rummaging through flea markets or haggling in the Marrakech souk. Her second novel, The English Wife -- a timeslip story set in World War II England and contemporary Newfoundland -- is published in June 2020. Her debut novel, The Lost Letter from Morocco, was published by Avon Books UK in 2019. She is currently writing her third novel, The Photographer's Daughters, the first of a 3-book series, to be published in 2021.






Thursday, 25 June 2020

Release Day Review: An English Wife by Adrienne Chinn



The English Wife is a captivating novel about two women and how their lives are intertwined. 

As a reader, I'm always cautious when I pick up a novel when duel times lines are involved because quite often I feel overwhelmed trying to remember names and details. I needn't have worried about The English Wife as Ms Chinn has produced an easy to follow narrative which also includes multiply points of view too. The novel has two distinct parts. The first follows Ellie's life in Norwich during World War II and Sophie's unscheduled arrival in Newfoundland in 2001. Part two focuses on Ellie's life after she arrives in Newfoundland in 1946, and Sophie's second visit back to the island in 2011. 

Tippy's Tickle, what a wonderful place it is. The descriptions bring the place alive making it easy to visualise the rugged landscape and to see it through the eyes of Ellie as she arrived in Newfoundland after travelling thousands of miles from Norwich. I enjoyed learning about the lifestyles of the habitants and the history. Mostly I appreciated how Ellie's life evolved away from her family and the people she surrounded herself with.

Family drama, secrets and the complexities of relationships. The English Wife is emotionally charged, with tragedy and heartbreak as well as regret and sacrifice as the lives of Ellie and Sophie collide in an unexpected way. The outcome gives both women closure in what turns out to be a complicated situation and highlights that actions have consequences. The narrative begins slowly, but there's a gradual increase in pace building to a satisfying but bitter-sweet outcome. 

Overall, expect to embark on an emotional journey full of twists and turns in this beautifully written and engaging novel. 

***arc generously received courtesy of 0ne More Chapter via NetGalley***




Tuesday, 23 June 2020

Release Day Review: Two Rogues Make A Right by Cat Sebastian

Two Rogues Make a Right (Seducing the Sedgwicks, #3)Two Rogues Make a Right by Cat Sebastian

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


The eagerly anticipated third novel in the Seducing The Sedgwicks series is a delight. It's enjoyable as standalone, however, I strongly recommend reading the series in numerical order to fully appreciate the connection between the Sedgwick and Easterbrook families.

Martin Easterbrook and Will Sedgwick are life-long friends although in recent times they've spent little time together. When Will learns of Martin's ill health, he whisks his dear friend away to Sussex, to care for him. During their time together as Martin struggles with consumption and Will battles his own addiction and PTSD. As time progresses, the pair become close, sharing a tenderness neither can avoid. However, their time together has to come to an end, as both men have obligations to fulfil until fate brings them back together.

As romances go, this is an exceedingly slow-burn but equally satisfying friends to lovers story. These two men, both dealing with their personal problems share tenderness and respect, at a time of mutual need. Both are acutely aware of their attraction to each other, but also wary of destroying the close link they've shared since they were small boys. Thankfully, they maintain a small network of family and acquaintances, sympathetic to their plight as the pair take tentative steps to take their relationship to a level neither thought possible.

Unlike the previous two novels in this series, I appreciated the simplicity of Will and Martin's story, which matches their personalities perfectly. Additionally, I liked catching-up with Ben and Hartley Sedgwick along with other likeable secondary characters. As someone who's read many of the author's other novels, I've huge respect for Ms Sebastian's writing and this novel is another fine example of a well-paced and written M/M historical romance.

***arc generously received courtesy of Avon Impulse via Edelweiss+***

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New Release Spotlight: A Wish For Jinnie by Audrey Davis



A Wish For Jinnie by Audrey Davis

What if wishes really could come true? 
When Jinnie Cooper is dumped by her fiancé, and exiled to a job in an antiques shop in a sleepy Scottish village, little does she know a battered old lamp is about to shake up her life. 
Genie Dhassim grants wishes. But he also wants a few of his own to come true. Letting him explore the outside world proves nerve-wracking as Dhassim has an uncanny knack of putting his pointy-slippered foot in it. 
As Jinnie grows closer to her employer Sam, Dhassim discovers his time on earth is running out. 
Can both Jinnie and Dhassim find true happiness? Or are those wishes that cannot be granted?




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Audrey Davis is a Scottish-born former journalist, now resident in Switzerland. Her newspaper career saw her cover events in Northern Ireland and the Falkland Islands, as well as working for a London-based movie magazine writing reviews and carrying out interviews.
She self-published her debut romantic comedy novel A Clean Sweep in June 2017, following an online Open University course in Writing Fiction.
Audrey followed up with a short, darker prequel A Clean Break before beginning work on a rom-com novella trilogy with a ghostly twist – The Haunting of Hattie Hastings. Again, reviews across the board were excellent, and it was combined into a standalone novel in November 2018.
A Wish For Jinnie is her third standalone novel.
Apart from writing, Audrey enjoys travel and spends a lot of time in Edinburgh. She is an avid cook, watcher of scary movies and reluctant gym-goer.



Monday, 22 June 2020

Release Day Spotlight & Review: Tell That To My Heart by Eliza J. Scott



Tell That To My Heart (Heartshaped Book 1) by Eliza J. Scott
Jemima Dewberry wears her heart on her sleeve. Her weakness for bad boys, coupled with her track record for making bad decisions has led to endless heartbreak. The only trouble is, she can’t seem to kick the habit.

On top of that, her “dream” job at Yorkshire Portions magazine hasn’t turned out to be what she’d hoped, and she seems to have developed the knack of annoying her boss without even trying. It doesn’t help that the new girl seems to have taken an instant dislike to her. All that’s keeping her there are her best friends Anna-Lisa and Aidey, who have picked up the pieces of her shattered heart more times than they care to remember.

When Jemima’s latest boyfriend turns out to be no better than the rest, the hurt and humiliation is almost unbearable. She declares she’s finally through with love, and swears off men for life. But when charismatic Caspar De Verre walks into the office with his dangerous good looks and mesmerising smile, she’s utterly captivated, and her promises to Anna-Lisa and Aidey not to let her heart rule her head are soon forgotten.

But is Caspar all he seems? Anna-Lisa and Aidey have their doubts. And Herbert, the happy-go-lucky black Labrador Jemima’s looking after, doesn’t seem to like him either.

As Jemima falls for Caspar’s charms she finds herself being forced to confront the struggle between her head and her heart. But which one will prove the most powerful?

And will Jemima get the happy-ever-after she so desperately craves?

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Tell That To My Heart is the first book in the Heartshaped series set in delightful North Yorkshire. 

Jemima 'Mim' Dewberry thought landing her dream job at Yorkshire Portions magazine was a dream come true. However, working there hasn't lived up to her expectations. When two new employees arrive; Caspar De Verre and Honey Blossom Blenkinsop, one instantly sends her heart racing, while the other is a reminder of a broken heart she suffered. When items begin to go missing in the office, Mim's shocked to find someone is trying to frame her. In addition, her new beau has a strange request. Thankfully, her friends are close by to help her work everything out and to make her realise what she always wanted, has been there all along.

This novel has a little bit of everything, mystery, deceit, lies and romance, as Mim's work life becomes more chaotic than it usually is. Aidey and Anna-Lisa are her close friends and allies at Yorkshire Portions who loyally help to protect her against their volatile employer, Catherine. Herbert, her four-legged friend is an equally loyal companion and an exquisite judge of character. With humour, despair, heartbreak and hope, There's a heart-warming happy ending, and promises of new beginnings.

One aspect I adore about Ms Scott's novels is their settings. The backdrop for this one is York, a city I know well and one I haven't had a chance of visiting in a long while. I enjoy the familiarity of revisiting a favourite place whilst getting to know the endearing characters who live and work there. 

To sum up, Tell That To My Heart is a sterling start in what promises to be a delightful series.

***arc generously received courtesy of the publisher via Rachel's Random Resources***

Eliza is proud to be a member of the RNA. She lives in a 17th-century cottage in a village in the North Yorkshire Moors with her husband, their two daughters and two mischievous black Labradors. When she’s not writing, she can usually be found with her nose in a book/glued to her Kindle or working in her garden, fighting a losing battle against the weeds.

When she's not reading or gardening, Eliza also enjoys bracing walks in the countryside, rounded off by a visit to a teashop where she can indulge in another two of her favourite things: tea and cake.

Her biggest weakness is ginger biscuits dunked in tea.

Eliza is inspired by her beautiful surroundings and loves to write heartwarming romance stories with relatable female characters. She enjoys exploring the dynamics of female friendship, with a key feature of her books being how women pull together and support one another when things get tough.

Eliza's novels will always have happy endings.

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