Welcome to Rosie's page for romance and chick-lit stories.
Set in gorgeous locations and filled with beautiful, funny
and brave but slightly flawed characters
trying to overcome difficulties and find happiness.
The Secret House of Honey and Hope
Elodie thinks helping her grandfather with his honey shop is a chance to get creative. But running a business is far more difficult that she could imagine, the place stinks of damp and mould and if this was enough, there's a painful and long running feud with their handsome neighbour. There's also an old secret that just might bring peace if only she knew where to find it.
Available May 2022
An Impossible Wishlist
Classical musician Brandon has a glamourous life. Then his brother dies unexpectedly leaving him a list of requests. A grieving Brandon decides to fulfil his brother's wishes. But could he really take a year-long vow of celibacy? Or live a year in a farmhouse on tiny rustic La Canette? And how does one go about helping someone in trouble.
Political aid Alice has made a mistake, a bad one, the kind
that gets your written about in the press. All she needs is to somewhere to hide for a few months until the storm blows over. But with the press on her trail, can Brandon help her?
Available September 2022
I love writing stories about beautiful places and interesting jobs, but most of all I love writing characters that are funny, smart, wounded, insecure, brave, flawed and wonderful.
To my mind, there is nothing so deserving of respect and admiration as people who overcome difficulties to find happiness.
And for me, happiness is not just an escape to a gorgeous place, not just a great romance. Sure all of these things are wonderful. But I adore stories where someone turns a new page and finds a the perfect job. Something that helps them discover their hidden talents and a role in life that offers satisfaction and brings them closer to others.
I've loved stories ever since I was a little girl. So it's no surprise that after so many different jobs, this is the one that makes me happiest.