Cover Reveal and a $0.99 special!
Wow! What a busy couple of months it’s been since Christmas.
January 26th saw the release of Rustic Melody. It’s the first book in the Rustic series, and is the story of Adam and Joey, who meet at the Tamworth Country Music Festival. The reviews have been so wonderful, I’ve spent many happy moments seeing them. Thank you, lovely readers. ❤
“Heartwarming, easy going, sweet, low-angst Aussie romance.”
“I found this a perfect summer read, while I sat in the heat and listened to the cicadas. The cover is gorgeous and the writing descriptive and the boys real.”
“They had an awesome chemistry and the sex was steamy.”
“…it leaves the reader with a nice afterglow.”
“Feel good, heart melting romance with a capital R!”
“I love their easy banter and sweetness while still being hot between the sheets. and hello! – ginger alert!!”
“…a great read, with lots of heart and soul.”
“…beautifully written and full of just downright real and lovable characters who you connect with and just want to hug and say ‘I know how you feel, mate, and It’s all going to be okay.’”
The good news is that Rustic Memory, the second book in the series, has a beautiful cover, that I’m excited to share with you.
Isn’t the cover, gorgeous? It by Kellie Dennis, at Book Cover By Design. She’s one very talented girl!
And to celebrate the cover reveal, there’s even more good news.
For a limited time, Rustic Melody, is on sale at only $0.99, so grab your copy now, if you haven’t done so already. (make sure check the price before making your purchase to make sure the reduction has gone through at your chosen eBook store).
Keep an eye out for Rustic Memory. It will be available on 26th February.
Tyler Samuels had his reasons for leaving the country town where he grew up. He moved to the city, established a home and a career, and found love. Now Ty is in his early thirties, and as his life takes another tragic turn, he finds himself returning to the place he first ran from.
Mac McGrath has lived in Armidale all his life. He loves his family and his job as an electrician, running the family business. The only thing missing in his life is a relationship. When Ty, his teenage crush, arrives back in town, maybe he has found someone to love at last.
What starts as friends with benefits quickly turns to more for Mac, but Ty will need to let go of his memories if he is to learn to love again. But can Mac wait that long?