A warm welcome to my website; it is a pleasure to have you here. My name is Hannah, and I am an incurable romantic, which comes in very useful in my day job: writing romance novels. This website accompanies my novels – Burning Embers, The Echoes of Love, the Andalucían Nights trilogy, Aphrodite’s Tears and Concerto – passionate love stories set against beautiful backdrops. On this website you can find out more about me, my writing and my books. Enjoy!
On my blog
In writing articles about my homeland, Egypt, how could I miss out the stunning temples of Abu Simbel at Aswan?
To be a scribe in Ancient Egypt was to live a life of knowledge, respect and wealth…
My novel Song of the Nile is set in 1940s Egypt, after the World War. This was a time of escapism and making hay while the sun shone. But a revolution was looming…
A civilisation of great advances, the legacy of the Ancient Egyptians is evident in many aspects of our lives today.
In Song of the Nile, the hero and heroine have a past. Once friends, they were torn apart by a betrayal several years before. So, will absence have made the heart grow fonder – or harder?
The Mosque of Ibn Tulun is an iconic and famous building in Cairo – one of the oldest and best-preserved mosques in Egypt.