Michelle Styles

Michelle Styles
Helpful votes received on reviews: 89% (205 of 230)
Location: Northumberland United Kingdom
In My Own Words:
Although born and raised near San Francisco, California, Michelle Styles currently lives a mile south of Hadrian's Wall in Northumberland, UK, with her husband, three children, two dogs, two cats, assorted hens and beehives. An avid reader, she has always been interested in history and a historical romance is her idea of a perfect way to relax. She is particularly interested in how ordinary peop… Read more



Top Reviewer Ranking: 47,761 - Total Helpful Votes: 205 of 230
Writing The Bestseller: Romantic And Commercial Fi&hellip by Jane Porter
Writing the Bestseller was a labour of love for best selling author Jane Pporter but it is not just Jane's insights. The book has the insights of former Harlequin executive editor Tessa Shapcott and a host of other best selling romance novelists. From Shapcott's insight into what romance readers want (or maybe more accurately what romance editors want) to Porter's final essay on How to tame Your Dragon (her term for the writer's muse) there is a world of tips, and insights. After writing over 20 novels for Harlequin Mills and Boon, I still found lots to learn from this book and thorouglhly reccomend it.
The Roman: HarperImpulse Historical Romance by Caroline Storer
A lovely debut from a highly talented author. Storer has penned a very readable escapist romance set around the time of the eruptions from Mt Vesuvius. Her eye for historical detail helps to bring this steamy emotional roller coaster of a story to life. A fantastic read for when you want to escape into another time and place.
A Stocking Full of Romance: HarperImpulse Contempo&hellip by Brigid Coady
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A Stocking Full of romance is a collection of short stories which were a joy to read. A little light romance for the Holiday Season but each a slightly different take. From the love of a teddy bear for his jilted mistress to the excitement of the office parties and secret Santas. The sprinkling of romance makes for an enjoyable festive read.