Chicks, Rogues and Scandals reviews The Captain’s Cornish Christmas

The Captains Cornish Christmas is a charming, witty and sensual romance. …Another winner, really these two wonderful ladies can do nothing wrong in my book, the writing is as always perfect and highly enjoyable. It’s sweet and sexy, with the best laugh out loud moments

Read Frankie’s full review on her blog.

“The Captain’s Cornish Christmas” is available for pre-order now and is published on 11th December on Amazon, Kobo, Nook etc.

The Novel Approach reviews The Captain’s Ghostly Gamble

Ah, there’s angst…a little. There’s romance in spades. The lighthearted banter between the two ghostly men draws you in, and when the two spirits finally realize what we, the reader, knew all along—that they belong together—your heart will heave a happy sigh. This story paces really well for a novella, and has a definite buildup, climax, and conclusion. It’s totally engaging, with colorful characters—there’s a ghost cat for heaven’s sake—and it’s a pleasure to read. Curzon and Harkstead have a definite knack for scene setting and that comes through clearly. I definitely recommend this story for anyone wanting a ghostly short story that is sweet, funny, endearing and romantic. I have loved this series and recommend not just this novella but all the books.

Read Carrie’s full review at The Novel Approach.

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Interview with author Faye Hall

Meet Faye Hall, author of suspenseful nineteenth-century romance set in Australia.

1. How long have you been writing? Can you tell us a bit about your journey to publication?
I started writing right from childhood. I decided to take the plunge and write a
novel for publication whilst in my last year of high school. My English teacher laughed at me and told me I was wasting my time, which kind of gave me the determination to finally send it to a publisher.

A North Queensland view.

2. Why are you drawn to the late 1800s as a setting for your fiction? What opportunities and difficulties does the era and the location of North Queensland present for you as a writer and for your stories?
I’m from North Queensland, and I grew up on the stories of my great
grandparents and how they came to Australia and their struggles to survive. I’ve used a lot of that history in my books. Unfortunately my choice of towns isn’t a simple Google search away so I rely a lot on local history and photos. I picked the late 1800s because it was then my ancestors came to Queensland, but also because I just love Australian history.

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