These may well contain SPOILERS which hint at plot lines (or even just brief moments in the story) but if you would like to approach my books knowing exactly what kind of potentially difficult content you might encounter, these are for you.
One Summer’s Night: death of parent (father) long before story action begins.
Christmas at Frozen Falls: described death of a pet dog from before the story action begins.
Summer at the Highland Coral Beach: Missed miscarriage representation (12 weeks), grief over pregnancy loss, brief (and challenged) insensitive remarks about miscarriage and once about lesbian secondary character’s assisted insemination conception. Death of parent (mother, due to cancer) before action of book begins.
One Winter’s Night: Alcohol dependent parent, workplace verbal sexual harassment, one incident of unwanted physical touch to thigh on a date, compulsive infidelity, compulsive teeth brushing linked to guilt, death of a parent (father) before story action begins.
The Borrow a Bookshop Holiday: Brief description of off-page act of strike to face (male to male stranger). Main character questions own competency at work over undiagnosed dyscalculia. Briefly described and off-page cruelty to wild animals.
Matchmaking at the Highland Coral Beach: Trauma due to previous miscarriage (previous book) brings new-pregnancy anxiety. One month premature live birth, no complications. Survived on-page motorbike skidding accident of secondary character.
Christmas at the Borrow a Bookshop: Heroine’s parents deceased before action of novel begins. Scenes of water in flood. Peril for main characters.
Something New at the Borrow a Bookshop: Recounted coercive control, emotional and financial abuse of woman main character by male ex. Parental abandonment of adult male/toxic parent – described briefly.
The Gingerbread Christmas Village: Absolutely nothing bad or triggering happens in this book. It is joyous, light-hearted romantic wintry fare.