According to the Harlequin website, Clark wrote her first romance manuscript, which was rejected, at seventeen, but at twenty-three she started writing again, learning the craft with the support of a local romance writing group. Several more rejections followed and she decided to try writing medical romances, drawing on her background of work in a major hospital. This decision led to her first published novel, A Surgeon's Care (1996). Clark has since produced a series of publications in the Mills and Boon Medical Romance series. The site also notes that Clark has been a member of the Romance Writers Association, and has run a WEA course on romance writing.
Clark's author website, however, describes 'Lucy Clark' as a husband-and-wife writing team
'Dr Molly Wilton’s life is turned upside down when her ex-husband reappears and drops a bombshell — they’re still married!
Molly never expected to see Dr Fletcher Thompson again, but that’s not the only reason she’s going weak at the knees — Fletcher is more gorgeous than ever!
'Now he’s back, Molly’s remembering just how special Fletcher is. Despite all that’s gone between them, could the first man Molly fell in love with be the man she needs for ever?' (Publication summary)
Orthopedic surgeon and struggling single mom Dr. Mackenzie Fawles can't believe her eyes when she sees John Watson – the man who saved her and her tiny daughter – again. He might have vanished before she had a chance to thank him, but she's never forgotten how safe she felt in his arms.…
John stopped doing emotion a long time ago, after the death of his wife and child. But an unexpected connection was formed the day he saved Mackenzie, and now she's slipping past all his well-guarded defenses….' (Publisher's blurb)