National Trust gets into bed with Mills & Boon

The country's leading romance publisher Mills & Boon, which is based in Richmond, has joined forces with the National Trust to produce a commemorative novel in celebration of Ham House's 400th anniversary

Originally published in Surrey Life magazine July 2010

The country’s leading romance publisher Mills & Boon, which is based in Richmond, has joined forces with the National Trust to produce a commemorative novel in celebration of Ham House’s 400th anniversary.

In Scandalous Innocent, author Juliet Landon draws on the romance of Ham’s history, by weaving the stories of those who once lived there into the fictional life of the novel’s 17th-century heroine, Phoebe. The book is available from booksellers and selected National Trust properties now.

Find out what happened when Surrey Life visited Ham House, Ham, Richmond, Surrey TW10 7RS.