Hello and welcome to my website!

My new book is available on Amazon now for just £0.99. Find out more about it below. After reading the blurb and preview, you can buy it straight away by clicking on the buy button underneath the preview.

Here’s what other readers are saying:

‘This is a charming, warm-hearted story, with characters that you’ll love and a glorious Cornish setting. Highly recommended!’ KSS

‘I love the way the author brings you right into the world of the book. The descriptions, localities, and people are real even if you don’t know them.’ Ana

‘Having read From Here to Nashville some time ago and enjoyed it, I was eager to know what would happen to Sam from that story. Even though this is a sequel it’s a stand-alone story too.’ Ros

Over You (Sam’s Story)

Over You tells Sam’s Story following on from the end of the first book in the series, From Here to Nashville

Can the magic of Cornwall help two lost souls to heal?

Heartbroken after seeing the love of his life marry someone else, Sam Andrews wants to escape all the painful reminders of her and to try and move on. Remembering his happy family holidays surfing in Cornwall, he travels to Newquay to help him forget.

Following a tragic event at university, Jessie Pascoe has abandoned her course and returned home to her mum’s B&B in Newquay. But after months of counselling, she’s no closer to being healed, and she’s lost her faith in ever finding her happy ending.

When Sam and Jessie meet, there’s a mutual attraction, and they begin to see a chance of finding happiness together, if only they can both let go of the past. But can they risk opening their hearts to someone new and falling in love again?

A story of heartbreak, love and healing.

This is a novella of around 35,000 words and can be read on its own but if you want to know how Sam got to this point, it’s worth reading From Here to Nashville.


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    • Thank you very much! I will gratefully accept. I have just read yours on your blog and wholeheartedly agree that you are the kind of person who likes to help others. You have already helped me so much in the short time I have known you 🙂


      • Aw, thanks hon! I’m glad I’ve helped so far – the feeling is mutual! 🙂
        Good luck with your post, am interested to read your own.
        Take care, Cat


    • Thank you. It is still very much a provisional cover at the moment but you’re right, it will be important to get the right one when the time comes (hopefully later this year!) Thanks for commenting. I loved your blog post too and look forward to reading more of them 🙂


  1. I was told by a mutual blogger/ Twitterer/friend Bill Cunningham that your debut novel would probably be something I liked. By the look of the cover, it is definitely something I’d enjoy reading. Congratulations, I’m looking forward to it.


    • Thank you so much, Dena. I’m just finalising a professional cover version and have sent the manuscript off for a final edit now. There’s so much to do though, as you know, so probably looking at the New Year for publication! Thanks for taking the time to read and comment 🙂

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