Daily Archives: July 31, 2015
Jessamin Wade’s husband is dead – a death she feels wholly responsible for. As
a way of coping with her grief, she keeps him ‘alive’ in her imagination –
talking to him everyday, laughing with him, remembering the good times they had
together. She thinks she will ‘hear’ him better if she goes somewhere quieter,
away from the hustle and bustle of her hometown, Brighton. Her destination is
Glenelk in the Highlands of Scotland, a region her grandfather hailed from and
the subject of a much-loved painting from her childhood.
However, the house she is renting – Skye Croft – is warm and welcoming. Quickly
she meets the locals. Her landlord, Fionnlagh Maccaillin, is an ex-army man
with obvious and not so obvious injuries. Maggie, who runs the village shop, is
also an enigma, startling her with her strange ‘insights’. But it is Stan she
instantly connects with. Maccaillin’s grandfather and a frail, old man, he is
grief-stricken from the recent loss of his beloved Beth.
All four are caught in the past. All four are unable to let go. Their lives
entwining in mysterious ways, can they help each other to move on or will they
always belong to the ghosts that haunt them?
From the author of the bestselling The Haunting of Highdown Hall.
The last thing Blake expected was for Kat Archer to storm into his world and turn it upside down. He thought he had her pegged from the beginning, but she destroyed everything he thought he knew. Blake was willing to fight to push his way into Kat’s heart, but she put up a wall at every turn as she clung to her past.
If she stayed, she’d risk the only family she had left. If she left, she’d lose Blake and every piece of her heart that he’d managed to steal.
Bookaholic, firm believer in grand gestures, and obsessed with happily ever afters.
Holly Renee is from the small town of Maryville, TN where she was born and raised. She currently lives with her husband and fur baby, Luna. (Yes. She was named after Luna Lovegood from Harry Potter.)
Holly Renee is the author of her debut novel Letting Go.
During the day, Holly spends her time as a nurse, but once her shift ends, she falls deep into her passion of reading and writing.
This SUMMER fall in love with an ONSLOW BOY
INCLUDES EXCLUSIVE FOREVER SUMMER TEASER CHAPTERS
The wild and annoying doctor’s daughter spends her summer family holidays at Remington’s Caravan Park, and normally she’s not Stan’s problem. But then she sabotages his planned weekend escape. Now Stan finds himself not only caretaking the caravan park on his own, but also responsible for Bel.
Just the two of them. Under the one roof. For one long, long weekend.
Max, the new head barman at the Onslow Hotel, is the one boy Mel has been crushing on since forever. At a time when Mel plans to go on the straight and narrow, she is about to tell the biggest lie of all. Will Max be able to handle the fiery farm girl or should he be considered the last boy in Onslow to trust?
Love them, leave them, and remain the eternal bachelor.
After a summer in which every one of his mates has succumbed to settling down, or so it seemed, Ringer is on the lookout for a quick exit. Having had enough of the stomach-turning love fest witnessed over the past three months, Ringer jumps at the opportunity to help out his mate, Max, by heading to Max’s dad’s property for a working holiday.
It’s just what he’s looking for. A remote, dusty homestead in Ballan, with only hard work, a cold beer and a comfy bed to worry about – no women.
Until Miranda Henry.
The privately educated daughter of his boss has returned home from overseas and things are about to get very complicated, very fast.
Duggan is a number one internationally bestselling Australian author of seven
independent titles of her popular New Adult Summer series. In addition to her chart-topping
indie novels, C.J is set to publish two titles with Hachette, Australia with
her brand-new Paradise Series in 2015 (Paradise City and Paradise Road).
C.J lives with her husband in a rural border town of New South Wales,
Australia. When she isn’t writing books about swoony boys and 90s pop
culture you will find her renovating her hundred-year-old Victorian homestead
or annoying her local travel agent for a quote to escape the chaos.
The ‘Summer Series’
The Boys of Summer (December 2012)
Stan (October 2014)
An Endless Summer (July 2013)
Max (February 2015)
That One Summer (December 2013)
Ringer (March 2014)
Forever Summer (December 2015)
The ‘Paradise Series’
Paradise City (April 28th, 2015)
Paradise Road (August 28th, 2015)
Lost One (Lost Series #1)
before the release of #TheMissingOne