I left school telling everyone I would, one day, write a novel but my career as a nurse took over. I qualified as a library assistant when my children were young, and my love of literature saw me complete an Open University degree in humanities. I came late to writing and love being able to fulfil my dream. I live in Somerset with my husband and old Border Terrier. Together we sail the south coast of Cornwall in search of adventure. My books take place in eighteenth century Cornwall – they can be read as stand-alone novels or as part of a series.
Pengelly’s Daughter comes first, followed by The Captain’s Girl, then The Cornish Dressmaker.