My Books

The Millie and the American series consists of four books: Millie and the American Wedding (out now), Millie and the American University (out now), Millie and the American Proposal (early 2014) and Millie and the American Christmas (late 2014). The follow the adventures of Millie Brown and her friends she made during her year abroad at small American university Kendry.

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Millie and the American Wedding 

Millie accidentally accepts an invitation to be a bridesmaid at an American Wedding in New York. It’s Millie’s worst nightmare. Not only has she slept with the groom, but her ex boyfriend (the one that got away) is the best man and he’s married.

As her friend, Kristen, gets ready for the best day of her life, Millie gears up for the worst week of hers.

Buy it now on Amazon.

Millie and the American University

Millie’s always dreamt of being American, thanks to an obsession with US Television shows. As the only English girl on campus, she realises that she could live her very own American dream: joining a sorority and bagging an all American boyfriend. Only when Millie finds a friend in Kristen, she alienates Casey and Jen, the sorority girls who’d taken her under their wing. Millie discovers that Casey is not a woman to be crossed, and she soon finds herself living an American nightmare with her scholarship under threat, and the all American boyfriend ending things before they really start.

The prequel to Milile and the American Wedding, find out where it all began, and join Millie, Kristen and Rob at an American University.

Buy it now on Amazon. 

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