Saturday, December 22, 2012
Phillipa, Nell and Liz would like to thank everyone for your support during 2012. It's certainly been an amazing year for all us. Lots of new books! Elizabeth Hanbury - A Bright Particular Star and The Cinderella Debutante which topped the best seller lists at Amazon!
Friday, November 2, 2012
AMAZON UK and AMAZON.COM
Thursday, September 6, 2012
.WEBSITE and the book is available from Amazon.com AmazonUK or as a Nook book
Monday, June 11, 2012
If you want a lovely copy to hold in your hands it's available now from all good book retailers. Order from Samhain, Amazon or Waterstones or WHSmiths For US readers here's the AMAZON link!
Monday, May 21, 2012
AMAZON UK AMAZON.COM
Friday, April 27, 2012
To congratulate Phillipa on her fabulous two book deal with Piatkus Entice!
Thursday, April 5, 2012
Congratulations to Liz! Go grab your copy.
What happens when a rebel meets a runaway?
He’s not looking for love...
Confirmed bachelor Theo Cavanagh is dashing and free-spirited. Not for him a career in the clergy, the military or politics - he’s more interested in wine and horses. But when Theo happens upon a pretty but thoroughly exasperating young fugitive, he soon finds himself caught up in her adventures, and in a passion that can’t be denied.
She has to search her heart...
Unconventional Sophie Devereux is more comfortable climbing trees than the social ladder. An audacious escape from scheming relatives is only the start of Sophie’s mission to achieve a long-held dream, but Sophie carries a secret that inspires hatred, envy and greed. She can’t outrun the danger that stalks her, or her powerful response to Theo which leaves Sophie shaken to the core and questioning her deepest, most enduring desire.
Available at Amazon B&N and all good etailers!
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Out Today - Published by Astraea Press and available from all good e-tailers!
Cornish farmer, Noah Penwarren is sworn off city girls, especially deceitful ones. Posy Carmichael is a city girl through and through. When romantic sparks start to fly will Posy’s secret end their Easter romance before it’s even begun?
Here’s an excerpt!
Posy flinched as she eased the car forward into the rut she’d been trying to avoid. Behind her, the tent poles and pegs clattered and rattled as she jolted along to the gap in the boundary. She placed the car in reverse and backed into the entrance of the field ready to turn around.
The rear wheels skidded on the muddy grass. Posy changed into first gear and hoped she would manage to get out ahead of the tractor she could hear approaching down the narrow track. To her dismay the wheels of the car spun around as she revved the engine, failing to gain any purchase on the soft ground.
“Noooooo.” She moaned and gave the accelerator a last desperate nudge. A fine spray of mud shot from the back of the car to coat the back bumper and window.
The blue nose of a tractor chugged into view and stopped in front of her. Posy sucked in a breath. The way her day was headed she’d probably get told off now for trespassing. She lowered the window as the driver of the tractor dismounted from his cab and came over to her.
“I take it you’re stuck?” The man bent so his head was level with her window.
“I was trying to turn round.” Posy had a glimpse of dark blue eyes and a rugged jaw before the owner of the tractor stood leaving her with a view of green farm overalls.
“I’ll pull you out with the tractor.” His voice sounded resigned as if he were used to tugging stranded motorists from the entrance to his fields every day of the week.
Posy opened the car door and went to get out. Her shoe sank in the soft earth, with a soft, squelching sound.
“Do you want me to help?” She wobbled on one leg trying to extricate her foot from the sticky gloop.
“You’re fine. Just stay in the car and put it in neutral with the handbrake off when I tell you.”
She slipped back into her seat and tried to scrape the mud from her shoe onto the car mat. The previously unsmiling lines of his mouth had now softened into the hint of a grin as he began to attach the rope to the front of her car. Clearly, he found her encounter with the mud amusing. If she hadn’t felt so mortified at being stupid enough to get both lost and stuck Posy might have considered her rescuer attractive.
© Nell Dixon2012
Saturday, February 18, 2012
Thursday, January 26, 2012
Congratulations to Liz! A Bright Particular Star (we are loving that title!)has been acquired by Astraea Press and will release in May this year. A Bright Particular Star is a stunning regency story and Liz Had to choose between four different publishers all offering to buy the book. We've read it and aren't surprised, as it's so good.