I have to confess that my garden is full of roses. Hubby hates them with a passion because he thinks they deliberately jump out and stick their thorns into him.
I love old fashioned roses the best. They may not be quite as colourful as the modern day varieties, but they always have a gorgeous perfume. Just Joey, a beautiful large bloomed orange rose with a delightful perfume is one of my favourites. Another favourite is a blood red rose named
It amazes me how often I seem to put a flower in the title of my romance novels, or describe garden scenes. It must have been an instinctive thing because I don’t recall actively trying to do this.
One of my published novels was titled The English Rose. It has, after a re-write, been released by The Wild Rose Press (TWRP) as Frontier Wife. Holly And The Millionaire is another novel from TWRP. The heroine, Holly has a daughter called Lilly. Daphne is the name of my heroine in The Trouble With Playboys from TWRP. I have also written a short story, Call Of The Apple Blossom. Can you see a pattern here?
Whiskey Creek Press, previously published Savage Utopia and its sequel Stolen Birthright singularly, but have recently re-released them in a 2 for 1 e-book, which is available from Whiskey creek Press and Amazon Kindle. No flower scenes in these two stories.
SAVAGE UTOPIAOn board the convict ship taking them to the penal colony of
On arrival in
STOLEN BIRTHRIGHTCan an English aristocrat ever hope to marry the daughter of convicts?
When Johnny Dawson is ambushed and killed, Marcus finally learns the secret of what has bound the young outlaw to