“It’s a labor of love watching Perry and Jonny fall in love.” (Desert Isle Keeper review)All About Romance
“I finished the book in a day and wanted to start it all over again the moment I was done.” (5 stars)The Novel Approach
“If you’re looking for a warm hug in book form, this is it.” (5 stars)Mirrigold: Mutterings & Musings
“An absolutely delightful and thoroughly satisfying opposites attract romance, between two wonderful men who desperately need to find love … I just eat up Joanna Chambers’ beautifully written, and fascinating, historicals. The ambiance she creates in this series is especially lovely..” (5 stars)Trio, Amazon Reviewer
” More please!!!! Loved both Perry and Jonny. Though I wish I could have Perry for myself” (5 stars)Ultra Meital Reviews
“They’re two of the most likeable heroes I have encountered in a while. This book is a gift to my heart. Loved it.” (5 stars)W Floyd, Amazon reviewer
“Reading Restored was like a balm to the soul. It’s a beautiful – and beautifully written – story of love, forgiveness and second chances…”All About Romance
“This book fulfilled every single thing I could possibly ask for, or want, in a romance”The Novel Approach
“Utter perfection”Mirrigold: Mutterings & Musings
“Loved. Brilliant. Happy making. Break your heart and put it back together.”Kim Licki, Amazon reviewer
“This book was EVERYTHING.”Ultra Meital Reviews
The Capital Wolves duet – details and links on the Audiobooks page.
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Lysander Winterbourne is just a spoiled aristocrat so far as industrialist Adam Freeman is concerned. But when Lysander is given the task of introducing Adam to society, Adam will learn – over the course of one eventful and entertaining day – that there’s more to Lysander Winterbourne than meets the eye…
After The Labours of Lord Perry Cavendish I’m going to work on reissuing my first novel which I recently acquired the rights back to from Carina Press. This will require a wee bit of editing on the timeline as I’m going to be linking the story to Unforgivable and then adding a third new book about secondary characters from the first two books. That trilogy will become the Masked series.
I’m not sure exactly when Masked #3 will be written, as I’m keen to complete the Enlightenment series with two final books, one focusing on Jake Sharp and Simon Reid, and the final book on George Asquith and his (as yet unnamed) love interest. I like the idea of there being 7 books in the series, and also rounding off with a book that takes romanticism as its inspiration, almost as a counterpoint to the enlightenment idea the series began with.
There are other things bubbling in the background too. I’d love to make a start on a new co-authored project with a good friend that we did some initial thinking on last year – it’s an awesome idea – but we both have a lot on our plates, so we’ll have to see. I’m also being constantly niggled by a new idea involving amnesia and fractured timelines that would be just horribly complicated and is probably best avoided, but it’s calling to me…
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I sort of have a new title out – it’s a 13k short called The First Snow of Winter and it’s part of the Winterbourne series (Winterbourne #3). I say “sort of” because it’s already appeared in a Christmas anthology called Gifts for the Season (yes, it’s Christmas-themed, and I appreciate it is now February… More
Here’s a taster of Hamish McKinlay’s awesome narration on Gentleman Wolf, the first book in the Capital Wolves series. I’m really excited to release these books in audio. Hamish has done an amazing job. I’m releasing these audiobooks through Findaway Voices which means they will be available through 30+ vendors including Apple, Google Play (here… More