Chase away those winter and work blues with these tropical delights.
A Bubbly Holiday ~ Lots of bubbles and a hot temper provide Ellen with her only protection when a handsome intruder bursts into the bathroom of her tropical island resort. But good manners dictate she share the champagne…
Moonstone Magic ~ Caitlyn and her boss Jack had been attracted to each other once, but all that joins them now is work. At a little, wooden beach house in the remote tropics, they see each other with new eyes—although that story about her mum’s moonstones having magic powers is nonsense. Isn’t it?
Lifesaver ~ If you’re going to be saved from certain death, your lifesaver may as well be tall, dark and handsome. That’s what Alexa thought when a gorgeous stranger rescued her from the raging surf. But when she recovers and wants to thank her hero, she can’t find him. Luckily, fate takes a hand.
Many, many thanks to Annie Seaton who organised the anthology for us.
As it says on Amazon:
Four delightful romances to escape the northern winter and celebrate the down under summer at the beach. Two novellas and two short stories by four well known Aussie authors. Enjoy these heart warming romances and warm up!
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