Bio: Bestselling British author Harper Fox has established herself as a firm favourite with readers of M/M romance. Over the past four years, she’s delivered eighteen critically acclaimed novels and novellae, including Brothers Of The Wild North Sea (Publisher’s Weekly Best Books of 2013), Stonewall Award-nominated Scrap Metal and the enduringly popular Life After Joe. Harper takes her inspiration from a wide range of British settings – wild countryside, edgy urban and most things in between – and loves to use these backdrops for stories about sexy gay men sharing passion, adventure and happy endings. She also runs her own publishing imprint, FoxTales. Harper has recently returned from Cornwall to her native Northumberland, and already the bleak moorlands around her home are providing a wealth of new ideas for future work.

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  1. I am enthralled with everything you write and have given 5 stars and glowing written reviews on Goodreads and Amazon to “Scrap Metal” and “Life After Joe,” and will give 5 stars and glowing review to “Brothers of the Wild North Sea” when I finish it. I have now finished the Tyack and Frayne series, gave all four books 5 stars, will write five glowing reviews, HOWEVER, without giving a spoiler, is “Kitto” the Peggy Lee anthem for the series (Is That All There Is?) or is another one coming? I generally do not write the reviews until a series is finished, and I am chomping at the bit here, and will also be plucking another from your shelf today to read. You are extraordinary in your language, settings and characters, and bring peace and joy to my life when I get to the last page.


    1. Hi, Bo. I’m so delighted that you enjoy my work, and hugely appreciate those reviews! No, the Tyack & Frayne series isn’t finished, and I may be about to give you a big headache because I’m not sure when it ever will be. ;-D I intend to write another instalment for publication later this year (aiming for August) and that will be, I think, the final book in this particular sequence, where Gid and Lee meet, marry, and… well, whatever happens with regard to that interesting arrival hinted at on the last page of Kitto. So I’d obviously be thrilled if you were to review the series so far at that point. But I do hope to carry on following the lives of these gentlemen, so there will be further books as the years go by.

      I really do appreciate your kind words. It means everything to me to make the world a bit of a better place for my readers.




  2. Wow, I am thrilled about your plans and promise to write reviews of the first four in the next couple of weeks. I am currently on a business trip and must tell you that on the flight out last night I finished A Midwinter Prince, which was lovely and loving, and started The Lost Prince, which looks to be angsty indeed! Have to keep this short, on the run for dinner, thank you for your wonderful response.


  3. I have yet to get to writing my reviews, but I did finish Brothers of the Wild North Sea and just flipped over it, and especially the ending. I also grabbed Driftwood at consumed it–wow, that is some debut! I was thinking about how you would conjure up images of Gideon and Lee, and remembered this guy from my youth, huge star, very popular show. Does this one (link below) conjure up Gideon? Best wishes.. http://www.clintwalker.com/display_html.php?page=/html/home.html


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