The Last Plantagenet? was a bit of an experiment for me. It started life as an idea for the then newly-announced Mills and Boon Historical Undone imprint, but I soon realised that I just wasn’t cut out for Mills and Boon, and also, that the story needed slightly more than the word count asked for. So, I decided to give myself the challenge of self-publishing it as a novella.
The tale was released on 2nd October 2017, the 565th birthday of my leading man, Richard III, and is available from Amazon (in both ebook and paperback) here.
The Last Plantagenet? is a paranormal romance, of ~20,000 words, following the adventures of Kate, who finds herself whisked back in time, from 2011 to 1485. How will she fare at the medieval court of King Richard III of England, and how will she handle life when she catches the eye of the king himself?
In October 2018, The Last Plantagenet? was re-released under Ocelot Press. I’m also thrilled to bits that it has since been classed as a Discovered Diamond by the Discovering Diamonds blog, and shortlisted for Book of the Month in October 2018. In January 2019, it was also granted the Coffee Pot Book Club Award by Mary Anne Yarde’s Myths, Legends and Coffee Pots blog.