My tenth novel, A Heart to Trust, was published by Ylva Publishing on October 21st – yay!
It will hit Amazon on November 4th, and I have great news if you are a Kindle Unlimited subscriber – we’ve decided to give A Heart to Trust a run there for its first three months!
But before all that happens, it’s time for a giveaway to celebrate me reaching double figures in novels published 😬
Two lucky winners, drawn at random, will each win a signed paperback of the book.
All you have to do to win is comment on this post – and hey, if you want to become a follower of my website and get instant notifications of new blogs and posts I make here, then why not do that at the same time?!
Closing date/time for the giveaway is Sunday 1st November, 10pm CET. Good luck!
(Note, I am happy to post anywhere in the world, but due to COVID-19 restrictions on international deliveries to the US, any winner from there will need to wait a little longer to receive their prize – hope you understand!)
Here’s the blurb for A Heart to Trust:
What happens when you find out your stuck-up, blissfully straight colleague may be none of those things? A delicious enemies-to-lovers, lesbian workplace romance.
Change is not Jenny Quinn’s strong suit, but she’s happy enough with her easy-going life, friends, and job as a TV production assistant. That is until a company shake-up foists the infuriating Olivia Sinclair on her. The woman is uptight, snobby, and has some perfect and famous motor-racing husband.
TV and theater producer Olivia moved to New York from the UK to marry her longtime friend. It’s a sham marriage, a favor to a man she loves as a brother, but the strain is beginning to take its toll. How can she even meet women when she’s the picture of heterosexual bliss?
Add in her stressful new job, an irritating colleague called Jenny, who thinks being goofy is some kind of admirable work ethic, and life can be a grind some days.
The worst part isn’t the office politics or clashing personalities, but the fact there’s an attraction between both women that’s gradually becoming impossible to ignore.
So…should they stop ignoring it?
That would mean learning to trust your heart that this is the right woman. And that’s a huge step.