The Shapeshifters of the Beau Monde
A Wolf in Duke's Clothing
A period drama with a paranormal twist, A Wolf in Duke's Clothing combines the manners of the Regency Era with the sensuality of the Shapeshifter genre, and the result is a lively, passionate endeavor to balance manners and instinct, head and heart.
Wolf Shapeshifter Alfred, the Duke Of Lowell's fated mate is Society spinster Felicity Templeton. Will Alfred endanger the secrets of his Pack in the name of true love?
Coming in December 2021: A Most Unusual Duke
The second title in The Shapeshifters of the Beau Monde series: Arthur Humphries, Duke of Osborn is first cousin to the future king, a perennial bachelor, and a Bear Alpha without a sleuth. Beatrice, widow of the Marquess of Castleton, is known in Society as Lady Frost. Having outlasted the earl, she was left a healthy competence in exchange for the secret she keeps: the nobleman was not entirely human and could transform into a wolf. George, the Prince of Wales. George decides to kill two birds with one stone: how better to prevent Beatrice from disclosing their secret than to marry her off to one of their own?
Despite vowing to never marry, or to marry again (respectively) they embark upon a white marriage — until Beatrice learns that male Shifters can invoke children and wants him to give her one. As they work together to restore the Osborn ducal seat to its former glory, and cope with Arthur’s brother and his family, Arthur decides to make her dream for progeny come true. Platonically, of course. They'll break their pact in name only. They won't develop finer feelings or lay themselves bare. Or will they?
Writing as Susan Conley
When Jane's Boyer's glamorous career comes crashing down, her panicked response is to jump straight on a plane to Dublin and throw herself on her ex-pat pal Miranda's mercy. Life there is definitely not what Jane is used to, and the culture shock goes both ways. When she gets herself mixed up with an independent theatre company, her no-nonsense American approach gets right up the natives' noses — particularly the rather attractive nose of Shay Gallagher, the enthusiastic, if hopelessly disorganized director...
★★★★ ‘Conley’s debut novel is written with a sharp tongue and a witty sense of humour’ — RTÉ Guide
The Fidelity Project
Jacinta Quirke and Maxine O'Malley, a.k.a. Jax and Max, have just heard rumors that they are about to lose their jobs at their advertising agency. Could they make it in the world of TV? Their proposal: a documentary on fidelity. Is long-term monogamy a sham as cynical Max believes? Or will Jax, the hopeless romantic, prove her wrong. Putting a variety of couples into the hot seat, they get the cameras rolling. But when they turn on each other's love lives, the trouble really starts...
★★★★ “The Fidelity Project is hilarious! Family-centered! Heart-warming! With enough hot sex to warm up a caravan on a rainy beach, if you can’t afford Lanzarote.” Lucille Redmond for The Herald
Many Brave Fools: A Story of Addiction, Dysfunction, Codependency... and Horses
A frank yet humorous memoir that addresses hot topics including divorce, substance abuse, twelve-step, self-help, and recovery — Many Brave Fools explores how the process of making herself into a rider also helped Susan E Conley become the person she most wanted to be: not the “ex-wife of an addict,” but a responsive, confident, even courageous woman, entering the prime of her life.
★★★★★ “The author’s razor-sharp observations on the human condition are profound and affecting. Her dextrous prose and self-facing style blend together into a compelling, cohesive narrative. A delight.” Roisin Dwyer for Hot Press Magazine