How do you like the new cover? For those who haven't read it yet, here is the first chapter: *** CHAPTER ONE If fairies had descended from London’s night sky and peered through the skylight above Sophia’s bedroom, they would have marvelled at a picture of peace, beauty and enchantment. A picture that would be shattered at precisely 4.17 am. But we are getting ahead of ourselves, so let’s rewind a little. Her mom had always said she looked like a fairy-tale princess when she s
Welcome to a world of dreamy dresses, witty royals and Instagram-friendly kisses, set in whimsical London.
My new book doesn't have a cover, it doesn't have a title, but it has one of the most fun characters I ever got to create: meet Sophia, a fierce modern-day Cinderella living in contemporary London. She works in Harrods, one of the world's largest luxury department stores. There she will meet a prince... following a very problematic misunderstanding.
I have wanted to write since I was 8 years old. It took me 26 years to do it: at 34, I finally completed my first novel (different pen name; I might reveal it to you when we know each other better). It went on to become an international bestseller, and I penned 7 more with world-famous publishing houses. I always knew I wanted to set the rules for myself, and have toyed with the idea of publishing my books myself since 2010. But I was scared to do it. It took me 7 years to ta