Sally Heywood was born in Yorkshire, England, UK. After leaving university, she had several jobs, including running an art gallery, a guest house and a boutique. As playwright, she has written several plays for theater, television and radio. 'Bringing the Last Boat Home' was part of the BBC's IGNITE programme, to encourage professional writers to think in terms of sound. She has published over twenty-five romantic novels for Mills & Boon, she also signed her novels as Sandra Clark. Her special interests are sailing, reading, fashion, interior decorating and helping in a children's nursery. She lives in Staithes and London.

Book List in Order: 10 titles


  • How do you know who you are? What evidence do you bring to bear: the way others treat you? Do you judge by the mirror-how you look? Does everyone know who they are because of how they were raised?These are just a few of the questions we all face, yet...


  • Falling in love was risky at the best of times But Storm's aunt had unknowingly bequeathed her niece an added danger. The Welsh tower house Storm had assumed would be hers after her aunt's death, in reality, belonged to Carlo Llewellyn, a ...


  • Frankie worked hard as a dance therapist and professional dancer. She was doing fine until she met Tristan de Vere Manning. Son of her exercise patient, Lady Manning, Tristan returned from abroad to run the family estate. Suspicious of her motives an...



  • She dreaded her own "maiden voyage" Pagan desperately needed funds for a daring yacht race she wished to enter, so she approached the dashing Leale de Laszlo for help. He agreed, but his conditions were impossible. Such an arrangement would irr...



  • She wanted to be loved, but not for her money ! A enigmatic stranger saved Vinny's life and won her heart, telling her they'd live happily on the "love and roses" a flamenco guitarist could afford. Having come to Spain to forget her romance wit...


  • Why would a man reject civilization? Belinda could only speculate on why Barron chose to live as one with the natives of the frozen Canadian North. And on why he was called "the wolf." Murky past or no, he was the only man who could help her br...






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