A Woman of Experience
(The Sojourners Series, Book 1)
Write Choice Readers’ Award
On the day Janey Blackman finishes school she discovers that her life is a lie: the man her mother married is not her father. Stunned and betrayed, Janey leaves home to build a different life.
In 1950s London, Janey takes a room in a boarding house, acquires a job and falls head-over-heels for gallery owner David Foley, who is engaged to Posy Bantley-Brown, her old school-nemesis.
After David and Posy marry, Janey learns that her birth-father finally wants to meet her. Now Janey wonders if Frank Blackman, the man who married her mother knowing she carried another man’s child, is a truer father.
A Woman of Impulse
(The Sojourners Series, Book 2)
In 1950s London, Allison Campbell faces an overprotective divorced father and an unhappy mother while surrounded by a world of glitz. On the rebound from a whirlwind affair with theater critic, Hal Esterbrooke, Allison meets Quentin Dobson, a quiet, imperturbable solicitor whose socks rarely match.
Quentin is smitten. Allison isn’t. Busy with her designer boutique and the London Fashion scene, Allison’s heart is still entangled with Hal, yet she is determined not to end up like her parents.
Quentin moves on. But when he learns Allison has been in an accident, he reaches out to her. Now divorced himself, Quentin is no longer the reserved man Allison remembers. But is there any more room in her heart for a man who isn’t Hal?
*Previously published as His Father’s Wife
1998, Cornwall, England
As Phaedra’s husband nears death, Iain Trebanian–the man she’s always loved–returns to Cornwall believing Phaedra is a self-serving “gold-digger.”
But every choice Phaedra made she made for Iain.
Now Iain must choose: Turn his back on Phaedra’s love, or continue to believe her choices were more self-serving than self-sacrificing.
Married Times Two*
(The Reluctant BridesSeries – Part 2)
*Previously published as The Sherraby Brides
1997, New York, USA and Linconshire, England
In need of a bride, wealthy Simon Sebastian has no use for love.
But he can’t get Olivia Naismith–the stranger whose diary his dog unearthed on his family’s grounds–out of his mind. Once ensnared in a difficult marriage to an alcoholic, might Olivia be amenable to a modern marriage of convenience?
Seems a workable plan, until he stumbles upon the beautiful Olivia searching for her lost diary. Now, nothing but a true marriage will do.
*Previously published as Marry Me Stranger
1991 and 1996, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
When Brand wakes up beside a beautiful stranger attempting to escape a marriage orchestrated by her wealthy parents, he agrees to marry her. After all, the only woman he ever loved is dead. Moving his new bride into his basement apartment in Vancouver, Brand is determined to make a go of it. But his guilt and her secrets force a change of plans.