To celebrate this Valentine’s weekend, my erotic thriller, Unfaithfully Yours (Book 1 in The Unfaithful Trilogy) is free until next Tuesday, February 17th. Revenge (Book 2) and Web of Deceit (Book 3) are 99c/ 99p.
Four scorned women, one adulterous man and the price he has to pay for their revenge.
Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned/ Nor hell a fury like a woman scorned.
Shona Morgan is in love with a married man. She finally realises that her lover is never going to leave his wife for her. Heartbroken, she resolves to break up with him and move on with her life.
Jackie Fitzpatrick seems to have it all–a loving husband and two beautiful children. However, she can’t escape the sneaking feeling that there’s more to life, and embarks on an illicit affair, but at what cost?
Penelope Garrett has had enough of being treated badly by the men in her life, and is determined to seek revenge when her latest boyfriend lets her down.
Rebecca McNamara thinks she has the perfect marriage, but when she discovers her husband’s dark secrets her idyllic life comes crashing down around her.
What happens when the lives of four strangers collide?
Find out in The Unfaithful Trilogy: a story about secrets, lies, and the ties that bind…
My contemporary romance, The Wedding Day, is also 99c/ 99p this weekend.
Sometimes, getting lost is the best way to find yourself.
Nicole Baxter thinks she has the perfect life all mapped out. She is steadily climbing the corporate ladder as an intrepid journalist, and she’s about to marry the love of her life, Dr. Paul Schofield.
Everything is working out exactly as she planned. Life can’t get any better.
However, her carefully planned life is unceremoniously turned upside down when she is jilted at the altar by the so-called love of her life.
She must learn to live and love all over again, so she decides to open her heart and mind to new people and possibilities.
She begins to realise that life is about finding her passion, and with the help of her sister and some new friends she sees that getting lost was the best way to find herself.