BioI’m a writer and life coach residing on the east coast of Australia, and I’m as passionate about reading and writing romance stories as I am about alternative healing, and personal empowerment.
In my contemporary romances I affirm the deliciousness of hope, and the healing and transformative power of love, while frequently featuring crystals, angels, clairvoyants, and the occasional portal. My short stories feature in the Romance Writers of Australia Little Gems anthology, 2016, 2017 and 2018 editions.
I hold a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Queensland majoring in English and Art History.
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The Three Date Rule - preview
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He’s an intriguing billionaire, but she’s learned the hard way that men like him can’t be trusted.
When wealthy property entrepreneur, Ryan Jensen, collides with emotionally scarred single mum, Kate Morgan, he’s shaken by a premonition of her as his bride. Experience tells Kate he’s bad news, but she figures one night of passion will get their sizzling attraction out of her system. But Ryan has good reason for his “three date” rule —no sex until the third date—and he’s not about to break it for anyone. From the thrill of the Melbourne Cup, to glittering Christmas Markets in Austria, and the ski slopes of Switzerland, can Ryan overcome his own scars and win her love?
A sexy game of rules … and breaking them, and a Christmas they will never forget.
A Royal Enticement
Is Jayne destined to be forever unlucky in love? After a two-year love affair with her married boss she finally finds the strength to end the unhealthy relationship. And it’s all thanks to the new kitchen hand, Xavier. He’s handsome, fun and single. Unfortunately, Xavier has placed her firmly in the friend zone. And he’s also hiding a big secret from her. If you love the idea of a royal romance you’ll enjoy this sweet, contemporary romance short story. The original version “An Enticing Proposal” features in the Romance Writers of Australia Little Gems Anthology—Sunstone (2016).
A Stop-off in Noosa
Life wasn’t a lot fun for Grace, until Jake breezed into town on the southbound bus. He was the complete package—good looks, great company and a valuable helping hand in her restaurant, but he was just passing through. Noosa was one of his many stop-offs as he travelled around Australia. And they’d both agreed; it was just a summer fling. So why was Grace so heartbroken when he announced it was time for him to leave? A short story in which the deliciousness of love is the destination.