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New Release. Married by Monday by Catherine Bybee

Married by Monday by Catherine Bybee Releases on June 5th from Amazon Author of New York Times Bestseller, Wife by Wednesday presents, Book Two in the Weekday Bride Series
Blurb: It’s better for both of them to be Married by Monday Carter Billings: Sandy blond hair and Hollywood good looks, Carter Billings could have any woman he wants. However, when he makes his bid for the Governor's seat in the state of California, he needs to settle down and become a family man. Eliza, the woman he secretly adores, embodies the perfect amount of spice and passion to suit his marital needs, but she’s not interested in becoming Mrs. Billings. She can't even stand to be in the same room with him. Eliza Havens: It’s much easier to drive Carter away than to give into desire. Matching couples is how she earns a living, but getting married isn’t an option. The secrets she carries are too dangerous to entangle anyone else. When her hidden identity and past threaten her future, she’s left with little choi…

Be in the novel

Ever wanted to be in a novel? Now's your chance.

I have two characters up for grabs in Sunday's Child. One male and one female.

The heroine's aunt. Hattie goes to stay with her. The aunt is in and out of most of the book. She runs a charity lifeboat shop on the quayside.

And the hero's brother. He doesn't have an occupation yet. So I'm open to suggestions.

The hero and heroine both meet on holiday. To be in with a chance of winning, just comment with your fave holiday memory. Either comment here or on facebook or twitter as this posts automatically to both places. I'll pick two winners at random in a couple of weeks.

New release - Wounded Faith by Mary Manners

Blurb:
Kylie Jordan struggles to piece her damaged life back together following the senseless death of her sister at the hands of a drunk driver. She spearheads a grief support group at New Hope Church to ease the pain, and tends to the roadside cross placed in her sister's memory.
Mason Bennett yearns to make sense of the reckless actions that stole his brother's life, as well as the life of an innocent victim. His pain leads him to New Hope Church--and Kylie Jordan.
Kylie and Mason's lives are woven together by a single, irrevocable moment in time. When the past is revealed, will their faith--and love--sustain them, or will Kylie's fragile trust be forever shattered?

Review:
Coming from Mary Manners, this one had to be good and it doesn't disappoint. A short read and a dollar download, it packs a lot of emotional punch into a few pages. Kylie and Mason's story is crafted in a way that leaves the reader both smiling and with tears. Definitely one to read.
5/5

New Contract - An Aussie Christmas Angel

Is doing cartwheels. (well very careful ones as I am also very high on pain meds atm. But that's another story)

I've signed a contract for a novella as part of the Pelican Book Group 2012 Christmas Extravaganza. Called An Aussie Christmas Angel it's based on a true story. Names have been changed to protect the innocent. Although those in the know will automatically know who's who. And no one dies. Well I did promise to be as true to life as I could.

Here's the blurb:

On an extended holiday from the UK John Connington finds himself in Sydney with nowhere to stay. Only a telephone number from a friend of someone his sister works with offering him a place to stay. Trusting that God knows what He’s doing, John rings and asks a total stranger if he can stay.

Jo can’t believe the audacity of the man, yet when her flat mate knows of this arrangement there is nothing she can do. She’s not prepared for the avalanche of feelings produced by seeing John. Not impressed by God’…