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April 21st, 2015
Back from Romancing the Capital–So much fun!

RTC Logo PictureI’m back at the desk after two fun-filled days at the Romancing the Capital conference in Ottawa.

RTC was hosted by the fabulous Eve Langlais, author of stories of sexy shifters and purple aliens. Eve has boundless energy and made RTC a fun-filled success. It was so wonderful to meet so many readers and to both reconnect with author friends and make new friends.

Thanks so much to Pub-Craft for organizing and hosting the hilarious reader parties for my friend author Opal Carew and I!

Thanks so much to readers for coming to the event. Some travelled a long way and that is so appreciated.

I’m looking forward to next year already.

And in three weeks, I’ll be at the RT BOOKlovers convention in Dallas.

Happy reading,

April 17th, 2015

I’m at the Romancing the Capital Conference in Ottawa, Canada this weekend. This amazing and fun new conference is hosting in part by Eve Langlais, author of hilarious, hot shifter stories (and aliens).

To say thank you to readers, I have a couple of freebies right now.

The Heaven that is Home is still free on Amazon, for a very limited time.

Here’s a coupon code to get Sinful, a sizzling Regency romance novella for free through Smashwords. This is only until the end of May! Code is VV23R (That’s 2 Vs in the front).

Happy reading,

March 10th, 2015
It’s Release Day for The Bad Boys of Eden Boxed set!

This set brings together many of the releases in the Invitation to Eden series all in one place. It’s on for a terrific price!

Includes New York Times and National Bestselling authors

99 cent Mega Romance Bundle Sale. Limited Time Only!

The INVITATION TO EDEN series was hailed by book bloggers as “sexy as hell”! Grab this set of 14 EDEN stories in one single volume and at one amazing price.

Do you want to totally to fall in love, get naughty, and be good at being bad with a bad boy? If so, get whisked away to an exotic island where anything and everything is possible with THE BAD BOYS OF EDEN mega romance bundle. We’ve packed the box with the best in new adult, erotic romance, sweet contemporary, and wicked paranormal all set in the mysterious, dangerous, and romantic world of Invitation to Eden.

INTRODUCTION by Lauren Hawkeye

MASTER OF THE ISLAND by Lauren Hawkeye

WILD RIDE by Opal Carew

BREAKING FREE by Cathryn Fox

ROUGH DRAFT by Mari Carr


SECOND GLANCES by Elena Aitken


IVY IN BLOOM by Tawny Stokes



HOW TO TEMPT A TYCOON by Daire St. Denis

HOLD ME CLOSE by Eliza Gayle

SWEET RETURN by Steena Holmes

FIGHT FOR ME by Sharon Page

November 10th, 2014
Introducing The Heaven that is Home

The Heaven That Is HomeIn honor of Remembrance Day and of the 100th Year anniversary of the beginning of World War 1, my new novella The Heaven that is Home is up for free.

This is the prequel novella to my 1920s romantic women’s fiction novel, An American Duchess.

Here’s the blurb:

New York Times bestselling author Sharon Page introduces readers to Nigel Hazelton, the future Duke of Langford, as he leaves his home, Brideswell Abbey, and faces the dangers and horror of WW1 in this prequel novella…

Beginning with the battle of the Somme, Nigel Hazelton is thrown into the dangers of trench warfare. Memories of his home of Brideswell Abbey and the fiancée he left behind keep him alive. He has vowed to protect his sister Julia’s fiancé from the dangers of battle—but is that a promise he can keep?

When Nigel commits a daring act of bravery with no thought to his own safety, will his fiancée still love him despite the wounds he has suffered? Or has war changed Nigel too much…?

Here are links to get the novella for free!

Barnes and Noble



September 30th, 2014
An American Duchess Release Day!

An American Duchess

An American Duchess is out in the world today.

I was thrilled to be able to write this book as it blends my favorite things—the 1920s, a stately English estate, a wounded hero with secrets, a strong American heroine who shakes up a staid (but gorgeous) duke. Plus I’m a huge fan of Downton Abbey and loved writing in that era.

Here’s a small teaser excerpt from An American Duchess:

Her plucked brow arched. “You’re afraid to admit there is anything wrong with you. Good heavens, how could there not be? My brother died in France. He wrote letters home. He tried to be strong and stoic for a long time, then he began to fall apart. He wrote about how he couldn’t stand the shooting and the shelling, the mud, the wet trenches, the sickness any longer—”

“There is absolutely nothing wrong with me, Miss Gifford. The only things I brought back with me from the War are the scars on my face and on my soul. My mind is completely intact.”

She shook her head. He despised sympathy, but her soft, sad expression ladled it over him by the bucketful. “You can’t deny what you feel. You may actually have to face your emotions—”

“I do not have emotions. Now, return inside. Dance in whatever shocking way you want with Sebastian. But send Julia out to me. I am taking her home.”

Here’s what people are saying about An American Duchess:

“Fans of Downton Abbey should reach for An American Duchess…Page’s captivating prose evokes the Roaring Twenties with skillful and vivid detail and creates a searing romance with a timeless message: it is not just the love we find, but living it on our own terms, that matters.”
—Pam Jenoff, International bestselling author

“Sharon Page shines with this riveting tale of true love. Real emotion, captivating characters, and a rip-roaring plot kept me turning pages far into the night.”
—Sabrina Jeffries, New York Times bestselling author

“An American Duchess is a sweeping story that realistically depicts the trials and tribulations of a family picking up the pieces after World War I. Merging the flavor of Downton Abbey with her own special touches, Page crafts a vibrant novel and a dramatic love story with strong, well motivated characters and completely captures the angst and glamour of the era.”
—RT BOOKreview, 4 ½ stars

“This is a novel that is beautiful, touching, informative and fun. I know I shall remember this plot for some time to come.” —Bookworm2Bookworm

Here are some other reviews posted today:
Penny Dreadful Book Reviews
Smexy Books

Happy Reading!