Thursday, June 22, 2017

Bonanza Summer Sale -45plus FREE and $0.99 cent books

Lazy Days of Summer Sale

Sale Bonanza … 45+

Free & $0.99 Books

Do you need to fill your Kindle with romances to make the bookworm in you swoon this summer?

If your plans include lazing poolside or on the sand at the beach with books that’ll heat you up, sizzle your skin, and melt your heart, we have news for you. I have joined up with other best selling authors to bring you these reading bargains.

We’ve got 45+ FREE and bargain $0.99 romances to get you through the rest of summer.

From sexy or sweet contemporaries to romantic comedy.

Historical. Paranormal. Romantic suspense. Erotica. Women’s fiction. Or if your taste runs to Urban fantasy/Sci-fi/fantasy – we’ve got you covered.

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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Free Book … First In A Series

Free … for all my loyal readers and fans on the e-reader of your  choice 

Safe In A Stranger’s Arms      

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About this Book
When Jenna Mullein attempts to unravel the truth behind her mother’s dying words—Promise me, Jenna, promise you won’t sell him the land—she quickly discovers there are far too many people in Katherine Bay with a vested interest in muddying the truth.
Her persistent questions and determination see her thrown into desperate danger.
When one woman ends up dead and Jenna and her infant toddlers are assaulted, property developer Gabriel Callahan steps in to help—and the attraction that flares between them, catches both by surprise.
As Jenna gets to know the man behind the mask, she’s never quite sure if it’s her Gabe wants, or her adorable twins, ZoĆ« and Zach—and the family he could create with them.
But can Jenna trust the loner with her secrets? Secrets that could see her lose her adored babies?
Trust doesn’t come easily to Jenna and, too late, she realizes that Gabe is one of the good guys. Will her lack of trust cost them everything— even their lives…

This manuscript was highly commended—2011 Clendon Award run in conjunction with Romance Writers of New Zealand.    ‘I read this entry in one sitting—I couldn’t put it down.’Judge’s comment.

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Sunday, April 16, 2017

Easter: Calm After The Storm

Calm after the storms

We have endured a battering  here in New Zealand in the past two weeks ...

First we had Cyclone Debbie who dumped enormous amounts of rain on us ... so much so that the Rangatieki River breached it's stop banks and flooded the Bay of Plenty town of Edgecumbe.  (see pic left)

The whole town had to be evacuated with residents only being allowed back in to begin cleaning  up the resultant mess yesterday.

Then on Thursday last, the day before Good Friday ... the whole country was braced for the arrival of Cyclone Cook ... schools nationwide closed, flights and ferry sailings were cancelled and people were advised to delay Easter travel. Again the Bay of Plenty was n the direct firing line ... fortunately for me, Cook made landfall further down the coast.. and also fortunately for Edgecumbe residents... although coastal communities were battered by wind and rain, the heaviest falls were inland ...

The Piako and Waihou Rivers in the Waikato/Hauraki basin have burst their banks and flooded acres of farmland and cut road access.  In some parts, the water has cut canals right through the roads, isolating farmers and communities.  (Piako River, left)

(Right) Uprooted trees in Hawkes Bay.

Eastern Bay of Plenty and Hawkes Bay bore the brunt of the wind, with trees up rooted, roofs torn off and power lines brought down ... some people are still without power.  So Easter dawned, still, calm sunny and for the most part rain-free. And we really need the sun to dry us out.

Mother nature can be capricious, but recalling Cyclone Celine that struck New Zealand on April 10th  1968 and the destruction it wrought, including sinking the Interisland Ferry The Wahine with the loss of 69 lives, the country escaped very lightly indeed.

In 1968 the winds blew rain through the weatherboards of our house ... I've never seen the likes of it, before or since. This time apart from a soaked garden ... we are truly counting our blessings.