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The Prince and the Nun
a nun in love

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Who is Jacqueline?

Jacqueline lives in the far north of Queensland, Australia, on the shores of the Coral Sea.  She has a house built for the tropical climate - on tall stilts and with walls that open to let the breeze blow through.

She lives with her husband who is easily managed, and her marmalade cat Rudy who definitely isn't.
Jacqueline writes romantic stories because she is an unrepentant romantic at heart.  But she also loves travelling to interesting places and meeting new people, and they find a place in her stories too.

When she is not writing, she is kept busy by her garden which is still maturing.  Right now her coconut trees look young and untidy
but come back in five years and they will be towering over the house.

And what could be more romantic than a coconut palm?
Every woman's guide
Light o'Love
Witches, fantasy,
Her Master's Voice
finding love on
a tropical island
Where Gold Lies
Pirates, treasure,
Foreign Affairs
It's sexy, but is it legal?
Falling into Queensland
Life and love
in Queensland
The Accidental Spy
Spies, terrorists and the
endless sands of
the Sahara

You have to check out the Yellow Silk Dreams page -


That's right, the YSD authors are having a massive give-away - any book of you choice completely free.
You can't do better than that.

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Exciting times!
I am absolutely fed up with the traditional book trade pushing me around. I find I can put out a paperback book here in Australia that takes ages to make a profit for me, while the distributors and book sellers are making a fortune out of it. Well, times are changing and the age of the dinosaurs is over.
I've started a new line of sexy short stories by various authors. Click on the Yellow Silk Dreams banner, and start reading...
Well, look at this...

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That's right - books for free.
     Over at Yellow Silk Dreams, they have decided to give away books as part of a big new promotion, so I have decided to do the same.
    Any Jacqueline George titles is yours for the asking. Just look through the pages and see what you fancy, then drop me an email. Don't forget to include the format you want, or the type of ereader you use (Kindle, Nook, Kobo etc.) The email address is here.
     Why am I doing this? In a word, publicity. I want you to enjoy my books, and pass the news on to your friends. Do me a favour and Tweet, Facebook, LinkedIn to let everyone know. The more books I give away, the happier I will be.
     There is something for everyone here. Yes, sexy romance, because that is my favourite topic, but
Falling into Queensland, features travel and crime, and The Accidental Spy is full of terrorists and (of course) spies. There is even a life-style title - How to make Wild, Passionate Love to your Man. That's a handy book if you have a man at home to make love to. Or if you are a man, buy it for your partner and, believe me, you will be surprised at the results.
     There is even genuine history book coming soon - watch this space.
     And yes, you can choose a Jacqueline George title PLUS a Yellow Silk Book, although you will have to send two emails to do that.
Author goes crazy ~ gives books away for free
Now I'm going to recommend two fine authors (and friends) over at Yellow Silk Dreams - both of them need to be on your favourites list.
Gemma Parkes is a fine writer, smart and sexy. Apart from writing sexy books, she loves the sun, skimpy clothes, good food and good friends. Her favourite films are Some Like It Hot and 9 Weeks, she likes the Smiths and is starting to get into Pink Floyd.

Find Gemma's blog at
Golden Angel is a busy, busy writer, and if she finds the time to do half the sexy stuff she writes about, she must be a tired lady by the end of the week.

She says she writes because otherwise all the voices in her head would probably make it explode. 
Meeting Gemma Parkes
                                ~face to face
     I'm just back from Europe, and while I was there I travelled to Liverpool to meet Gemma Parkes. She took me to the old Philharmonic pub. It is a fantastic place, all Victorian bling and completely over the top. Very impressive.
     We were talking business, of course, but she suddenly dragged me off to the men's toilets. Yes - the MEN'S toilets. Why? Because they are fantastic. All marble and lurid tiling, designed by an Art Deco artist who had over-dosed on the absinthe. I have never seen such opulence; it is worthy of a Turkish seraglio. (Not that they would have much use for a men's loo in a harem... Oh - I suppose the eunuchs would have to pee sometimes, or do they just muck in with the girls?)
     Anyway, they are definitely one of the sights of the town and worth a visit. Check out this link
I've suddenly turned into a serious historian. Well, perhaps that's a bit of an exaggeration, but it's a serious book, all the same.

I was wandering around the internet one day (as you do!) and chanced across the original transcripts of the Nuremberg war crimes trials that followed World War II. I'm not a great fan of war stories but I am as curious as a cat. I dipped in, and was hooked.

What interested the author in me was the drama created by the biggest villain on trial - Goering - and the two prosecutors trying to cut him down to size. It was a courtroom drama worth a dozen of the artifical things you see on TV and I couldn't resist setting the story down, using the actual words from the transcripts. It is gripping stuff and I'm sure you will be as mesmerised as I was.