A little bit about myself: I live near Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire, England with my long-term partner (now married – we converted our civil partnership to marriage in December 2014). I have always enjoyed reading an eclectic range of genres including sci-fi, fantasy, historical fiction and lesbian fiction. In summer, much of my time is taken up with golf, archery and travel. My first hand experience of archaeological digs and interest in Roman history was the creative force behind my first published novel, Starting Over. (Affinity Rainbow Publications: Jen Silver Author Page)



Starting Over: 1 October 2014

Arc Over Time: 15 May 2015

Carved in Stone: 5 February 2016

The Circle Dance: 15 March 2016

Christmas at Winterbourne: 1 November 2016

Running From Love: 1 June 2017 (Shortlisted for a Diva Literary Award 2017 (Romance)

Changing Perspectives: 1 November 2017 (Finalist for a Golden Crown Literary Society Award 2018 (General Fiction)

Calling Home: 1 June 2018

Deuce: 1 February 2019

Country Living: 1 March 2020

Darcy Comes Home: 1 November 2021


Three Mile Cache: 1 July 2021

Short story

Winterbourne Revisited: 15 November 2021

Changing Times: 1 October 2022

Check out the Books page for descriptions and links.

Audio books:

Audio book cover

Available on: Audible / Amazon / Apple Books / Beek / Chirp / Scribd / Google Play / Kobo / Nook

Narrated by: Nicola Victoria Vincent

Runtime: 6 hours 38 minutes

Links also available on the  Lesbian Audio Books website


Available on: Audible UK / Audible US / Audible DE / Audible CA / Audible AU / Amazon UK / Amazon US  / Apple Books

Narrated by: Nicola Victoria Vincent

Runtime: 5 hours 50 minutes

Available from: Audible UK / Amazon UK / Amazon US / Apple Books

Narrated by: Nicola Victoria Vincent

Runtime: 5 hours 29 minutes


After twenty-five years Darcy and Angie meet again and from the faintly flickering embers of their forbidden teenage love, a flame erupts. Family complications arise including a reluctant engagement, secret surrogacy, and a persistent ex-wife.

Villagers in Professor Darcy Belsfield’s childhood home of Sycamore Haven remember her being sent away to a Christian conversion camp in Canada when her father discovered her making love to her school friend, Angie.

Angie has never married but she does have a past and some unenthusiastic plans for the future. Will the differences in their lives doom the chance of Darcy and Angie discovering if they can build a future together?

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