Fairy Tale February

FRESHER FAIRY TALES The Swan Prince, #1 Magic happens when love is true: Lena thought she’d found a prince when Charles rescued her four year old half brother from the waters of the Serpentine. A simple boating accident sparks romance, but the man of her dreams seems to be hiding something, too. Spinning Gold, #2 […]

Spinning Gold on Tour!

I’m grabbing my Fresher Fairy Tales and heading on tour: join me to win prizes! There’ll be a Rafflecopter giveaway of an Amazon gift certificate at the end. Thanks, Writer Marketing Services & Lucy Felthouse! 8th December http://www.thenovelapproachreviews.com/ 9th December http://mmgoodbookreviews.wordpress.com/ 10th December http://heartsonfirereviews.com 11th December http://jensreadingobsession.blogspot.com/ 12th December http://wowfromthescarfprincess.blogspot.com/

Fresher Fairy Tales

Who doesn’t love fairy tales? Especially when they’re hot! The first two sexy tales are out — coming soon, Love Me Like A Reptile, a new take on The Frog Prince (and yes, I know frogs are amphibians 😉 that’s part of the plot). Click the pictures to buy them in all formats.

Out Now: Spinning Gold

The first of the new brand Fresher Fairy Tales is out now! SPINNING GOLD, an M/M medieval romance (this novella has everything!) SPINNING GOLD Fresher Fairy Tales C. Margery Kempe Released: November 2014 It was bad enough that the prince had to see Freawine’s father making his wild drunken boasts. But he believed them! How long […]

Review: Spinning Gold

Elisabeth B. over at Bitten by Books has reviewed Spinning Gold, my Noble Romance Naughty Nibble, and had some good things to say about it: “Spinning Gold” was an amusing take on the old Rumpelstiltskin tale where a young maiden is doomed to try and spin straw into gold – only this time around, that […]

Reviewed: Spinning Gold

Check out the fabulous review by Eliza Rolle for my Noble Romance Naughty Nibble, “Spinning Gold”. Here’s a snippet: This is only a short story, less than 25 pages, and obviously it can’t be so much developed, but nevertheless it’s a nice tale. Here obviously it can’t be arisen the old question of the chick […]