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Paula Martin lives near Manchester in North West England and has two daughters and two grandsons.

She had some early publishing success with four romance novels and several short stories, but then had a break from writing while she brought up a young family and also pursued her career as a history teacher for twenty-five years.

She returned to writing fiction after retiring from teaching, and is thrilled to have found publishing success again with her contemporary romances.

Apart from writing, she enjoys visiting new places and has travelled extensively in Britain and Ireland, mainland Europe, the Middle East, USA and Canada. Her other interests include musical theatre and tracing her family history.

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Irish Inheritance, #1

When an unknown benefactress leaves Jenna Sutton Guy Sinclair a house in western Ireland, they’re thrown together to unravel the intriguing tale of a 19th century love affair. Property agent, Eve Callaghan, has her own agenda. And friction builds over Jenna and Guy’s decision about the house and its contents. Will their Irish inheritance bring them together - or drive them apart?

Irish Intrigue, #2

Charley Hunter returns to Ireland to complete her filming of a TV drama series. She still mourns the loss of her husband, so the last thing she expects is to fall for Luke Sullivan. While trying to find their way together, Luke is suddenly faced with a series of unexplained challenges. Has Charley put his children in danger? Has she betrayed him? Can they reconcile their differences and find love?

Irish Secrets, #3

Kara Stewart’s search for her mother’s birth parents is surrounded in secrecy due to Irish adoptions of the 1960s. When Ryan Brady offers to help her untangle the mystery, their attraction is undeniable. But as secrets are revealed, wedges are driven not only between Kara and her mother, but also between Kara and Ryan. Can they find a way to heal the rifts created by all the secrets and find love?

Irish Deceptions, #4

Ellie Vaughan moves to Connemara to teach dance at the Mist Na Mara Arts Centre. When she teams up with Dan Nicholas to work on a school musical, they’re instantly attracted to each other. But then Ellie learns Dan has deceived her, he believes she’s been dishonest, and complications mount from outside forces. Can they find a way to overcome the obstacles threatening their future together?

Irish Shadows, #5

Rose Finlay vowed never to give another man her heart–until Liam McKenna arrives at Mist Na Mara Arts Centre. He isn’t looking for a relationship either, but both fight mutual attraction. The past casts its shadow when Liam meets his sister’s adopted son, and Rose discovers a family betrayal from the Irish Civil War. Will they be able to resolve shadows from the past to find a future together?

Irish Echoes, #6

Rachel and Elliot had been deeply in love—until Rachel made a huge error of judgement, depriving Elliot of the acclaim for discovering a long-lost famine village. Feeling betrayed, Elliot ended their relationship. Seven years later, Elliot turns up at Mist Na Mara Arts Centre. Surrounded by the echoes of their past and those of Ireland’s Great Hunger, can they find their way back together?

Her Only Option

Neve Dalton isn’t ready to settle down with her Egyptian boyfriend, despite his repeated proposals. Nor is she prepared when she meets archaeologist Ross McAllister. When she starts receiving cryptic messages, and Ross’s work is threatened, Neve has to make a life-changing decision which she feels is her only option. Can they discover whose enmity is forcing them apart before it’s too late?

Changing the Future

Lisa Marshall is finally happy again. She'd been madly in love with Paul Hamilton and thought nothing could tear them apart. She'd been wrong. When he arrives at the school where she's teaching, old wounds reopen. Forced to work together, feelings from the past resurface. Is there anything left to rekindle? Or will their new-found trust be destroyed when he learns she's still keeping secrets?




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