Frequently Asked, Answered Here

Q: Do your books need to be read in any order?

A: Most of my books are part of a series, so they are better read in order (here's a complete list in order, by series). However, I do try very hard to make each book stand alone, so if you pick up one out of order, it should read well on its own, with minimal spoilers.

Q: Are you ever going to write a book about:

  1. 1. Douglas Bennet?
  2. 2. Evangeline and Richard?
  3. 3. Ian Wallace?
  4. 4. Molly Preston?
  5. 5. The Duke of Ware?


  1. 1. Yes! A novella called All's Fair in Love and Scandal.
  2. 2. Hopefully.
  3. 3. I would love to…but it's doubtful.
  4. 4. No, never. Molly is based on my own child, and it would be wrong.
  5. 5. Yes! It's called My Once and Future Duke

Q: Why do you have extra epilogues on your website? Why aren't they in the books?

A: Sometimes they don't fit in the book. More often, I didn't have them done in time. But they are always available for free here on my website.

Q: Are any of your books available as audio books?

A: Yes! Most of them are (complete list here), and I am always looking for ways to get more into audio.

Q: I live outside the US; are your books available in foreign language editions?

A: So far my books have been translated into Bulgarian, Dutch, Finnish, French, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, and Turkish. Not every book is available in every language, though. Unfortunately, I have very little input on whether a book is translated. You can see a partial listing on the International Editions page.

Q: Do you have any bookmarks or other items for book clubs or bookstores?

A: Yes! Just contact me and let me know what you would like.

Q: Is there a sequel to At the Duke's Wedding?

A: Yes! It's a holiday collection called At the Christmas Wedding, and it takes places three years later at Kingstag Castle.

Q: Do you use Math in writing your books?

A: Absolutely. I put my math degree to use and derived the following formula for my romance novels:

<Romance Formula>

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