Supernatural Cozy Mysteries

Katie writes supernatural cozy mysteries and light satirical stories based on her childhood on the Kenyan coast. When white witch, Penzi, asked Katie for an assistant, there was only one choice - a handsome and sexy leopard shapeshifter with periodot colored eyes. Charged with the duty of protecting Penzi at all costs, Felix uses his skill as a hacker to help her solve murders - not always as ethically as he should.

A Paranormal Cozy Mystery Series


What a witch! What an assistant!

Set in the small seaside town of Beaucoup-sur-Mer on the Atlantic coast in the south west of France this series features Penzi Munro, who happens to be dyslexic. Up until the time she has to move her younger siblings from Notting Hill in England to their deceased father's house in France, she hasn't let this hinder her success in life and has qualified as a barrister. However, when she discovers she is a white witch
and has to use magic to help her solve a series of crimes, she struggles with the medieval script of her mother's Book of Spells and needs help. Enter Felix, a sexy shapeshifter from the Middle Congo. Together they tackle the solution of several murders set against the background of French country life.

Alternative history with a pinch of satire...


These four tongue-in-cheek stories take place in the make-believe island of Mazita, off the Kenyan coast in the sixties. Our diffident hero, Bob Dukes, is a novice single parent of three adventurous young children, and is the newly appointed Commercial Officer, assistant to the Governor of Mazita. Overwhelmed with the often-conflicting tasks of keeping his children happy and fulfilling his boss's demands, he turns for help and guidance to his mentor and ultimate employer, the Queen. After all, he is Her Man in Mazita. I like to think her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II would have enjoyed these stories had she come across them even if her role is supernatural.

New Adult Romance

Amanda writes erotic romance, suitable for readers over eighteen. The bedroom door is not closed to the reader. Heat is estimated to be 3 flames out of 5 on the erotic index.

One series features a long sea voyage whilst another showcases the wonderful Gypsy horses of the Irish Travellers. Amanda's heroines are eighteen years old and on the brink of womanhood. Despite the difficulties that life throws at them, they don't indulge in self-pity but summon up an inner strength
and so earn their happy-ever-after.


18-year-old Merry's on the run. She's put 3,000 miles between herself and Kempton, her one-time abuser, but he's so obsessed with her, he's followed her from Vermont to Oxford in England. Escaping his clutches again, she seeks refuge on a sea cruise to give her wealthy Aunt Clara the chance to have him dealt with. On board the "MV Albion", Merry meets a danger of a different kind: an attack on the protective cocoon she's built around herself against her horror of sexual intimacy. The charismatic Captain Maynard, a man well-seasoned in the art of love-making, intrigues her. She finds herself falling for him. He's a good teacher, and she wants to learn, but her past trauma threatens her chance to enjoy consensual sex.

Meet the Captain and see what you think of him. Will you love him or hate him? Will he persevere and bring them both happiness, or will he decide Merry's fear is too great a challenge even for him? And as for Kempton, will he manage to track Merry down again?

This is the story of a young woman coming to terms with her past and seeking the happiness all women deserve.


Romance blooms between sexy Frenchman, Jean-Luc, and Sylvie, a vet from Mississippi, then fades against a backdrop of the perils faced by the wild wolves in the French Alps.


With looks to die for and a moody temperament, Jean-Luc du Lamond is the Director of the French government's wolf conservation program in the National Park of Mercantour, in the French Alps. His fiancée left him three years earlier for a better job in England, complaining that he spent more time with the wolves than with her. True, he loves his wolves, but she didn't do him justice. Beneath his disgruntlement with womankind, lies a deep and passionate nature.


Sylvie Latour is a twenty-one-year-old from Clarksville, Mississippi. A recently qualified veterinarian, she is sent on a six-month placement to the wolf project in France at the beginning of the European winter. She arrives to find the wolves are under threat from illegal hunting. She has had her own heartbreak and is as wary of romantic involvement as Jean-Luc is.


Right from the start, they rub each other up the wrong way. Repulsed and attracted by each other at the same time, they run the risk of missing out on what could be. This personal antagonism affects their professional relationship, and threatens the success of their mission to protect the wolves.


Will they be able to put aside their differences and co-operate to hunt down the poachers, and perhaps learn to like each other along the way?


LOVE A GYPSY - The McDeglin Clan

Where there are Irish Travellers, there you'll find their beautiful Gypsy Horses.

Where there are Gypsy Horses, you'll find handsome Dane McDeglin, the bare-knuckle champion of the north of England.

But Rikki's not a gypsy. She's a settled girl living in an upmarket suburb of Manchester, in a house befitting her father's social and financial standing as a top barrister. Years ago, she used to sneak over the fence to the illegal gypsy campsite next door. There she met Dane and joined his boys' gang as an honorable member. She lost her child's heart to him. All too soon the connection was broken, and she hasn't seen him for years.

Now, turning eighteen, Rikki goes on a school trip with the Pony Club to the world-famous Appleby Gypsy Horse Fair in the north of England. The fair is a meeting place for Irish Travellers and the Roma to trade and enjoy their beautiful vanner horses with their flowing manes and feathered hoofs.

At the fair, Rikki and her best friend, Sasha, are set upon by a bunch of unruly ruffians, but all is not lost. Rikki's childhood hero, Dane McDeglin, charges into their rescue. Dane is now over six-foot, devastatingly handsome with his Irish black hair and blue eyes, and a successful businessman to boot. Although Rikki recognizes him immediately, he's merely helping out a couple of silly girls wandering about after dark.

Rikki's badly smitten - she always has been - and Dane seems to like her at first. But nothing has prepared Rikki for the way their past history rises up and sucker-punches what they feel for each other.


Yes, Felicity is my real name. I write under four pen names. Some mornings I wake up and wonder who I am to be that day: Katie, Amanda, Felicity or Maisie. It certainly makes life interesting and gives me so much scope for research which I love.

Although a seventeenth century farmhouse in the south west of France is now my home, I have lived and worked in seven different countries. My Mazita stories are based on my childhood spent on the island of Mombasa on the Kenyan coast. It was a magical time surrounded as we were by tropical seas and warm, sultry weather. I could tell you so much but this isn’t meant to be an autobiography. Suffice it to say, I have two sons, two Siberian Husky/Border Collies and a spoilt grey Persian cat called Miau Miau (she’s French).

With my two children in tow, I trudged off to university at the age of thirty-two as a very mature student and ended up with an Economics degree. There have been adventures along the way. I’ve sailed all the way around Africa on ocean liners three times.

When my then husband and I left Saudi Arabia, we chose to travel back to France by road through Saudi, Iraq (during the Iran/Iraq war which was a bit dicey), Turkey, Bulgaria, the then Yugoslavia (still under Soviet rule) and Italy. It was the middle of winter. We couldn’t find a spare tyre in wartime Iraq, the roads over the Turkish mountains were chewed up by the tankers and customs officials were suspicious at every border. Now, my adventures take place in my imagination and I pass them on to you. I hope you enjoy reading my stories.