Quirky Australian Romance

6 days to go

Water and Fire will be released in paperback on 16th November. The wait is almost over, with only six days left.

Now, those who have read my work before know I can’t write any genre of fiction without a bit of quirky Australian humour. Nightmares of Caitlin Lockyer is the closest I’ve ever written to horror, yet it includes a romantic scene in a toilet. I know, right?

So, it should come as no surprise to some that even the most romantic parts of this book include references to Australian flora and fauna.

Can you name any other romance author who compares the hero to a tree (and the world’s sexiest one, at that), when describing how irresistible he is?

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