Your second historical romance, The Lion's Embrace, is set in North-Africa. Why did you choose this setting?
I was always fascinated by
I was always particularly attracted to the
Did you do a lot of research for the novel?
I did, and I loved every minute of it! I was very lucky to find a 'Guide Bleu' travel guide of
I surrounded myself with photos and paintings by Delacroix, Dinet or Gérôme. I completely fell in love with the Tuaregs’ poetry and legends, with their music and the ‘imzad’ - the monochord violin which women play and which produces poignant, haunting melodies.
What kind of hero is Lucas Saintclair?
I am tempted to answer 'the best!' but then I am biased! He seems totally cold, cynical and callous, and appears not to care about anyone but himself. The truth, of course, is quite different...
What attracted you to Harriet Montague as a heroine?
I loved Harriet's determination and poise, and her total commitment to her father which pushes her to brave the dangers and discomfort of a journey across
Is The Lion’s Embrace part of a series?
Although the novel is stand alone, it is kind of a sequel to my first historical romance Angel Heart, also published by MuseitUp Publishing. Angel Heart is the story of Lucas Saintclair’s parents, Hugo and Marie-Ange and mostly takes place in
What are you working on now?
Where can we buy The Lion's Embrace?
Where can we find you?
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