Category Archives: Romance

U.S.-only Grounded Special Offer to 1 July

Grounded is one of the best paranormal romances I’ve read

~ Elizabeth Fitzgerald, Goodreads.

“… a sweet, empowering tale of renewal.”

~ D. Antonio (Amazon)

All this week and next, from 17 June to 1 July 2019, US-based retailers are having a price promo on my spec-fic winged romance, Grounded!

That’s right: if you’re in the USA, you can pick up Grounded (only available in ebook format) for 99c!

The blurb:

In a world where wings give everyone the freedom to fly, an artist born wingless uses her art to show the winged world the wonder of the ground. But when she meets a recently injured police officer who finds himself grounded, they will both learn that there is more than one way to soar.

Read more about Grounded.


The world held me captive and I would love to read more within it!

~ Deborah, Goodreads

The participating US companies that I know of include iTunes, Amazon US, Kobo and Google Play, but other US-based retailers may also be taking part. Let me know in the comments if you find another!

NOTE: The offer is only available in US stores (so if you’re not in the US, geo-blocking may prevent you from accessing the deal).


…romance a beat away from the norm.

~ Kelsie, Goodreads

Quintette of Questions: Elise Clarke

Answering five questions for me today is:

Elise Clarke

1. What’s the name of your latest book – and how did you choose the title?

My Lady Original. It’s in a series but luckily the editor picked it for me.

2. If you could choose anyone from any time period, who would you cast as the leads in your latest book?

Ooh: Santiago Cabrera for Jack (see him as Aramis) and someone like Isabella Bird, the Victorian explorer, for Hermione – she had to be slightly batty to manage what she did, very talented and with a mind of her own.  I love the anime book of her.

Hermione and Jack

3. What five words best describe your story?

Prince Charming fights fairy tales.

4. Who is your favourite fictional couple or team?

Jane Eyre and Mr Rochester; she’s so much stronger/worthier than he is, and he loves her for it.  He’s made some terrible mistakes in life but he gives her the chance to have a better life of her own, and he always has her back.  You can really see them loving each other forever.

5. What song should be the theme of your book?

Super Trouper by Abba – completely the wrong period but a brilliant, upbeat song about someone who seems to have everything (Jack) but needs someone slightly mad (Hermione) to bounce in so he’ll be “shining like the sun”.  It’s also pretty much guaranteed that Hermione would “be changing everything”!

About My Lady Original

Jack, Lord Darenth is London’s favourite paragon, staggeringly handsome, always fashionable, and unshakeably single. But when The Conqueror, a smash–hit novel casts him as a thinly veiled, lovelorn Prince Charming searching for the perfect match, all of society loses their collective heads – and their hearts – and pandemonium breaks all over Jack’s well–ordered life. 

Lady Hermione thinks Lord Darenth is handsome enough, when she bothers to think about him at all. For her, he is but the best friend of her own dear friend Sandy, the man she is considering for a husband. But when the sequel to The Conqueror is published featuring her as a drippy Cinderella heroine to Darenth’s hero, she is galvanised into action. Ignoring the book doesn’t work, so it’s best to proceed as if it doesn’t matter. Until life starts imitating art, and suddenly the possibility of a love story in truth becomes all too real…

About Elise Clarke

Elise Clarke is a history fanatic with a weakness for tall, handsome men, humour and the non-traditional.  She lives in England with her family.

Follow Elise at www.eliseclarke.com

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