Wylie, Trish, Rescued: Mother-To-Be


Wylie, Trish, Rescued:  Mother-To-Be,  (Richmond, Surrey:  Harlequin (UK) Limited, 2007).

Title:  Rescued:  Mother-To-Be

Author:  Trish Wylie

Imprint:  Cherish (Romance)

Issues:  Bereavement; Guilt; Parenthood


Feeling her baby’s first kick was supposed to be a joyous moment for Colleen McKenna. When life dealt her the hardest blow, Colleen knew that she would have to summon up all her courage to cope with her pregnancy alone.

Now gorgeous millionaire Eamonn’s kindness is testing her fierce independence. And having Eamonn Murphy’s hand on her bump, feeling each tiny kick with her, makes every moment more special than the last…


Wylie, Trish, The Millionaire’s Proposal


Wylie, Trish, The Millionaire’s Proposal,  (Richmond, Surrey:  Mills & Boon, 2008).

Title:  The Millionaire’s Proposal

Author:  Trish Wylie

Imprint:  Romance (Cherish)

Issues:  Disability; Visual Impairment


Ronan O’Keefe has everything money can buy. He’d give it all up in an instant to keep the one thing he’s losing. The jet-setting playboy is slowly being robbed of his sight.

Alone in New York, Kerry Doyle isn’t feeling quite so brave about her trip around the world. Luckily, a millionaire has come to her rescue….By the time they get to Paris, Ronan doesn’t want to let beautiful, bubbly Kerry go. His secret is casting its shadow, but Kerry has lit up his life…

Dear Reader,

A good friend of mine reminded me of something important this year-to be grateful for the good stuff when it’s here.  How many of us dedicate the same amount of time to appreciating the good things as we do focussing on the bad?  Maybe it’s because the bad can be so very overwhelming, and over the years life simply wears us down.  Yet it’s the good stuff that makes the difference, don’t you think?

We need to laugh as often as possible, take a deep breath of air to remind us we’re alive, look around us and see the beauty in things, spend time doing what makes us happy.  Most of all we need never to get so old or so jaded that we stop dreaming or believing in moments of magic.

One of the things I love the absolute most about writing and reading romance is the fact it shows we all still believe in love in the twenty-first century.  We may have busier lives, might be more cynical, but people still reach out for love in all its forms:  in friends, in family, in a man and a woman who can make it through the rough times because life is richer together than it is apart.  That’s a little bit of magic right there.

So if there’s one thing you bring with you out of Ronan and Kerry’s story I hope it’s a little reminder to make the most of the good stuff and any moment of magic that comes your way.  Grab hold of it, celebrate it, savour it, and that way even in times of darkness you’ll still be able to see the light.  Just like Ronan will with Kerry by his side.

Hs & Ks


Wylie, Trish, The Inconvenient Laws of Attraction


Wylie, Trish, The Inconvenient Laws of Attraction (Brannigan Siblings, Book 1),  (Richmond, Surrey:  Harlequin (UK) Limited, 2011).

Title:  The Inconvenient Laws of Attraction (Brannigan Siblings, Book 1)

Author:  Trish Wylie

Imprint:  Modern Tempted (KISS)

Issues:  Child Abandonment; PTSD


Lawyer Olivia Brannigan has faced down some cool customers, but client Blake Clayton takes emotional control to a whole new level. The man didn’t even bat an eyelid when he inherited a fortune from his estranged father!Blake doesn’t want guilt money—the only thing piquing his interest is the tough-talking, sweet-looking lawyer that comes with his new property portfolio.

Dating on the job isn’t in Olivia’s Guide to Good Client-Lawyer Relationships, and it certainly doesn’t sit easily with her “no strings” attitude…but aren’t rules always made to be broken?


Wylie, Trish, Her Unexpected Baby


Wylie, Trish, Her Unexpected Baby,  (Richmond, Surrey:  Mills & Boon, 2004).

Title:  Her Unexpected Baby

Author:  Trish Wylie

Imprint:  Cherish (Romance )

Issues:  Divorce; Parenthood


Adam Donovan’s good looks and charm may win over every other woman in the world, but divorced mother Dana Taylor is immune. Or so she thinks until the night Adam poses as her date and the pretence is so real that they become close.

Now she’s thrilled to discover she’s pregnant – but she’s also wary. She’s been through one difficult marriage. What will it take for her to believe Adam is different?