Inspiration and Setting

Did I ever mention that I visited over hundred countries? I stopped counting when I reach 100!

Whether I traveled on business trips, accompanied my husband on airplane deliveries as part of his business trips, or relaxed during vacations, or cruises, I always took extensive notes about the places I visited.

Let’s tabulate the settings in my romance novels:

Her Greek Tycoon:  A sexy and humorous Romeo and Juliette Greek style, set in Mykonos Island.

Her French Count: Are his statue and chateau worth endangering the life of the impetuous young woman who’s turned his life upside down
Right Name, Wrong Man: What’s a girl to do when she whispers another man’s name in her fiancé’s arms?
Mother’s Day Babies: Never too late to find love and happiness.
Christmas Papa: Who’s my Papa, Mommy?

And now, my most recent novel, set in France and Rensy Island—Rensy Island is inspired by Guernsey Island in the Channel:
A Bride for Prince Paul on Kindle Scout: She can’t abandon her patients for his crown!

May I count on your nomination? If I get selected you will receive a free copy of this delightful book set in Paris and Rensy Island in the Channels.

Husband for a Week: Sicilian vendetta, fake husband, and an irascible matchmaking grandmother complicate Jonathan and Isabella’s lives. Can love conquer all?

Her Russian Hero: Clash of cultures and intrigues between an American scientist and the Major General of Belarus.
An Unusual Christmas: In a far away country, a baby girl, four little boys, and a handsome doctor may teach Dr. Jillian the true meaning of Christmas.

Her Christmas Cruise: The perfect fiancé is a cheater and the fabulous Christmas wedding is off. But the would-be honeymoon cruise may fulfill the dreams of Julia and her unexpected companion.

Valentine Babies: Can he love a woman expecting another man’s baby?

Osiris’ Second Life: based on the legend of the Egyptian gods, Isis and Osiris.

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