After writing two big family sagas I had the urge to write something shorter, contemporary and preferably funny.
Hot Breath was the result. The heroine (I use the term loosely), Harriet Blair, is a wife and mother of two teenage children, and the author of torrid historical romances. When her husband is sent overseas for a year she stumbles into a passionate affair with a hot-blooded Greek who also happens to be the local GP…
You can probably already tell that this is broad, raunchy farce, full of jokes at the expense of writers, village life, families, marriage and, of course, sex.
Probably the most fun I ever had writing a novel!