Romantic fiction for the mature, discerning literary palate.

Wife, mother, teacher, native Texan, and Oxford comma user. Old enough to have given birth to Justin Bieber, Ed Sheeran, and all of One Direction.

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Breaking: New(ish) story posted (WIP)Friends,When life give you lemons (read: writer's block on story started during the summer), make lemonade (by dusting off an old Downton Abbey short story to p...
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Stories by Suzy England
A Single Drop of Rain by SuzyEngland
A Single Drop of Rain Historical Fiction
England, 1919. A country estate the size of Chadfinch is not without its secrets, as Maggie Truelock and George Boyle can attest. In their time working side by side as housekeeper and butler they've collected a few...
Letters For Lucien (COMPLETE) #Wattys2017 #shortstory #epistolary by SuzyEngland
Letters For Lucien (COMPLETE) #Wattys2017 #shortstory #epistolary #935 in Short Story
The journey of newlyweds Joel and Leah as they anticipate becoming first time parents. Full Honest Disclosure: I wrote this way back in 2005 when I was new to the fiction game--and it shows. I have grown SO MUCH in...
A Singing Bird Will Come (COMPLETE) #romance #Wattys2017 by SuzyEngland
A Singing Bird Will Come (COMPLETE) #romance #Wattys2017 #865 in General Fiction
A proposal of marriage, a pending divorce, and a Christmas Eve tragedy will change the lives of strangers Jay Avery and Claire Jordan in ways they never imagined. Alone on Christmas Eve, San Francisco biochemist-t...