When I wrote my first book for Harlequin Superromance in 2012, I had no idea Finding Justice would grab ahold of me in quite the way it did.I certainly didn’t know I would fall in love with the setting and find myself not quite ready to leave once I typed ‘The End’.
Since then, I have had fourÂ more books publishedÂ in the series (A Man Like Him, What Belongs To Her and Christmas at the Cove – coming in November), and currently nearing the end of the first draft of book five. Am I getting tired of the small UK seaside town of Templeton Cove? Not on your nelly! The books are a mix of contemporary romance stories and romantic suspense stories. As my editor is happy for me to choose the sub-genre of the books, I have may more ideas for future books stored on my laptop and in my head.
More and more often, I am receiving emails from readers telling me they love the books and suggesting secondary characters who deserve their own story. I love this! I am so excited readers are getting as involved in this fictional community as I am :)My favorite series of books I love to read are the lucky Harbor by Jill Shalvis, The Virgin River series by Robyn Carr and the many fabulousÂ trilogies and series by Nora Roberts. It is a dream come true to be writing a series of my own!
I’d love to hear from you! What are your favorite series? Or do you prefer stand alone novels? Favorite settings or characters? I could talk romance novels all day!
Happy Reading, Rachel x
- About the Author
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I am married with two young daughters and live near the famous city of Bath in the UK. I have written stories forever but starting writing toward publication about six years ago.
I love every sub-genre of romance from contemporary to historical, suspense to paranormal – I just can’t get enough of that ‘love against all odds’ feeling! My ideal ‘me time’ is sitting in my sun-baked back garden, my Labrador at my feet, a book in one hand and a glass of Sauvignon Blanc in the other. Ah, bliss…
To keep tabs on what I’m up to visit me anytime at www.rachelbrimble.com