The Secret At Arnford Hall by Black Opal Books …….Gabriel Black didn’t give a damn about the world. Until, that is, his seven-year-old son enters his life for the first time. The young boy brings daylight into the darkness of Gabriel’s world. But a single parent needs a distraction. And this single parent has no limits when it comes to getting what he wants… Grace McGuire lives with a dark secret—one that, if revealed, will destroy her new life. Then her world collides with that of forceful Gabriel Black, a multi-millionaire with a secret of his own, a secret Grace is determined to uncover for her sanity and all she holds dear.
Mollie is a regular mum of one son and wife of one husband. As a former finance director, she was a bit of a latecomer to writing, but now she has ventured from analysing figures in her spreadsheets to creating steamy scenes for her characters between the bed sheets.
Delighted to be accepted as a member of the International Thriller Writers group and the Romantic Novelists’ Association in the UK, Mollie’s stories are filled with provocative romance and laced with suspense. She loves to wander through Google Earth in search of locations to inspire – from castles in the Channel Islands to high rise flats in London: from the streets of Melbourne to hotels in Kenya. Directionally challenged, you can find her getting lost in most places! However, the heart of her stories rests in Cheshire, England.
She is also guilty of a love of reading, swimming, fast cars, Prosecco and chocolate. She has been condemned in the kitchen on more than one occasion. As she warned her husband – she kisses better than she cooks.
In November 2015 Mollie was delighted to sign a publishing contract with American publisher, Black Opal Books.
Her second two books, Keeping You and Guiltless, are due for release in the summer of 2017.
A two-part story entitled An Unconventional Affair will be out at the end of 2017 and she is currently writing her sixth book.
Her stories are linked by her home county of Cheshire in England, and form a series: