Roumelia Lane was the pseudonym of Kay Green (b. 31 December 1927 in Bradford, Yorkshire, England) under which she was a British writer of over 35 romance novels for Mills & Boon from 1967 to 1997. Other pseudonyms she used were Florissa May, Guy Granger, Katie Kent, and Harley Davis.

Book List in Order: 33 titles




  • ALONE HERE WITH HIM, LYDIA COULDNT COPE. Her legs were decidedly weak as she asked, "How long will it take us to get back to the harbor at Palma?" Luis shrugged and said, Who can say? A few hours...perhaps all night." He noticed her alarm, and asked,...











  • Her marriage was none of his business When Brance Mackenzie, a cool self-assured forestry man, ordered a halt to the logging enterprise at Springlands, Lindsey didn't intend to calmly stand by and watch the demise of her father's livelihoo...




  • The sudden change shattered Eve ! She'd been delighted with her brother Rex's arrangements for an island holiday. Martinique was like a paradise, and Eve fell in love with it. She fell in love, too, with Rydal Grantham, the man who intr...







  • Overland Aid, the society for which Jessica worked, had sent her on an inspection tour to the tiny African country of Rwanda to check on how the Society's work was progressing. And from the start she was less than happy about the field director, ...



  • She had deceived him -- and now she loved him! Decorating the villa of the Marques del Alcazar was the plum assignment Terry Heatherton needed to launch an international career as an interior designer. But Terry hadn't counted on the busine...



  • He didn't understand what it meant to her Maybe it was an impossible, sentimental task. But Celia was - determined to stay in Bahrain until she located her father's first love, the beautiful Arab girl Nevine. And simply because he'd...



  • Grown-up hearts could be badly broken... Laraine was tired of being treated like a child--she was nineteen, with a woman's feelings! But how could she convince Neal Hansen of that? Neal claimed not to believe in love, yet Laraine sensed his att...



  • It had seemed like the best solution! Robert Colby was gravely ill when his brother, Trent, sent for the girl Robert loved. So it was too late to tell them they had the wrong girl --that Lucy Miles had written to Robert using Vivienne's name a...



  • Young Gail Russell was determined to join her friend Barney on what sounded a fascinating expedition a study of the flora and fauna of Nepal, at the foot of the awesome Himalayas. But there was one big snag : the leader of the expediation, Doctor We...



  • Spring Rennerton was a mining engineer, working at a diamond mine in South Africa - and very competent she was at her job, too; but of course she came up against a lot of opposition and prejudice on account of her sex, and the latest critic in a long...



  • Carey listened in anguish to Pearl's words. Brad's secretary had obviously been nursing a smoldering hate ever since she'd heard of their marriage. But these were not just the poisonous ramblings of a jealous woman. No. So much of what...



  • Boyd Wyatt told Chris that if she played the femme fatale and won over Clive Huston's consent to a deal, there would be a contract for her father. Chris was only too successful -- and Boyd soon found he had provided himself with a rival. He...



  • Faye was thrilled when she inherited a property in sunny Majorca, but not quite so thrilled when she arrived there to find an unwanted tenant firmly in possession. And there was another condition attached to the bequest that shook Faye to the cor...







  • Sarah had thought she was making a short business trip to Portugal, but instead she found herself there indefinitely -- spying on the oil boss, Bryce Taylor. Could she regard the whole thing as just a job to be done --or would personal feelings ge...



  • Janet was naturally worried when she heard from her mother, who had gone to live in sunny Ibiza, that someone was trying to make life difficult for her by, apparently, trying to cheat her out of her rights, and she went post-haste to the little islan...



  • Judi’s first encounter with the grim and aggressive Blake Morrison was not exactly an auspicious one. True, she had been in the arms of the well-known philanderer Gerry Somers, but Gerry was her father’s old friend, and it was only as a friend t...



  • Never having been abroad in her life before, Carol was thrilled to land the job of looking after Gray Barrett's teen-age niece for the summer in Venice. Stephanie, however, turned out to be rather a handful. But still Carol found her easier to...



  • Alex had always been fascinated by Australia and went out there from England to get a job as a nurse. There she met the autocratic boss of a logging camp, Grant Mitchell, who told her, "There's no padding around in this job, Miss Leighton...



  • It seemed just impossible for Sue Merril to do anything right where Matt Wells was concerned -- he was continually having to tell her not to do things and then having to bale her out when she flouted his advice. And then he tried to start interf...



  • The little Cafe Mimosa, in Marjorca, seemed like heaven to Lynne Holmes and her sister Eve, who had settled in Marjorca to run it. At least, it seemed so until Steve Ryland arrived on the scene, announcing his plans to build a super modern hotel w...



  • Tessa hadn't liked what she had heard of Neil Stanton, and when she met him for the first time she certainly didn't like what she saw. Nevertheless, he was the one man with the power to wreck her happy relationship with the devastating Ba...



  • Claire wanted to go to Tehran to see her fiance, Robin, and her brother Mike was due to drive a truck there - so what was more simple than that Claire should go along with him? But unfortunately Mike's boss didn't see it that way. Hero: Gr...



  • Their first meeting was accidental and very brief, but Lee could not forget him, and she hoped that somehow they would meet again. When that time came, it was totally unexpected, and even more hopeless than before, for now, Lee must pretend to be an...







  • Stacey's summer season in Sorrento, working for Sunflair, would have been idyllic but for Mark Lawford, who kept an eye on the affairs there of Sunflair -- and also, it seemed, on Stacey's own private affairs. He really was insufferable, Stacey thoug...



  • Laurie Weldon knew that Ryan Holt, the tough safari master, was dead set against taking women big-game hunting, but she got the better of him - much to his annoyance - by being accepted in the safari of a wealthy American which Ryan was leading. She ...



  • Things were not going too well for Chris Dawnay's father, and when the business man Boyd Wyatt promised her that if she would play the femme fatale with Clive Huston, there would almost certainly be a contract for her father in it, Chris did not ...



  • When Julie got a job with an oil company in North Africa, she never dreamt that it would take her miles out into the Libyan desert. But even that was not such a challenge as working for the camp manager, Clay Whitman, who insisted that 'women and...