Friday, 1 March 2013

Irish Fiction Month Debut Spotlight: Cait O'Sullivan

Today sees the start of Irish Fiction month on the blog and first up is a debut spotlight feature for Cait O'Sullivan whose debut novel, Romancing the Seas, has recently been published by Crimson Romance.

Cait O'Sullivan is a romance author with a love of words and magic, having had the good fortune to grow up in Ireland. The wanderlust in her blood sent her out to travel the world and now, residing in a leafy suburb of London, it is her thoughts and memories that journey far and wide in order to create her stories.

Sous-chef Pippa Renshaw thinks a change of scene will mend her bruised heart, so she swaps her job in a prestigious London restaurant to head-chef on a cruise ship sailing around New Zealand. A great plan until she meets her new CEO, the delectable Jonathon Eagleton, and discovers she has to share a suite with him.

Even though sparks fly whenever they are together, Jonathon steadfastly keeps her at arm’s length, which suits Pippa just fine because she’s still getting over the betrayal of the last time she had a relationship with the boss. 

The situation is starting to feel like solitary confinement until a thunderstorm traps them in a tramper’s hut while hiking. Suddenly a different kind of storm unleashes inside the hut. 

But will they be able to go back to their previous status now the line has been crossed?

To find out more about Cait, why not visit her at:   

Facebook: Cait O'Sullivan
Twitter: romanticait


  1. Thanks heaps for having me here, Sharon :).

  2. I so enjoyed this book! I always love a sexy-smart hero, and Pippa feels like your best friend - you really want her to get her happy ending. And the storm inside the hut is HOT. Loved it!