This week I have another duo of books to share with you, courtesy of the lovely Melanie Price at Aria Fiction and of course the great folks at NetGalley, who facilitated the downloads.
Both titles are currently scheduled for blog tours in February for which I have been included, although I have to be honest and admit that neither contemporary romantic fiction nor romcoms are amongst my most favourite genres, so both will probably remain on my virtual shelf for when I am in need of a quick, light-hearted, easy read.
‘SCANDAL‘ by SASHA MORGAN
As the new custodian of the ancestral home, Treweham Hall, Tobias Cavendish-Blake soon discovers exactly what he’s inherited. Instant financial action is needed if the Hall is to survive the mounting debts it’s racking up. Adding insult to injury the family is forced to sell the Gate House on the estate to lottery winners Gary and Tracy Belcher – not the kind of neighbours Tobias was hoping for.
Megan Taylor inherits her grandmother’s country cottage in the village of Treweham and decides to make a fresh start there, taking a job at the local country pub.
When Megan meets Tobias, the attraction is clear, but she is determined to resist his charms, put off by his reputation and that of his best friends – the rakish Seamus Fox, son of a millionaire race horse trainer and dastardly jockey Dylan Delany. But Tobias is a hard man to resist…
Scandal is the perfect rip-roaring, bonk-busting horsey escapist read for fans of Jilly Cooper and Tilly Bagshawe.
‘LAST OF THE SUMMER MOET‘ (Laura Lake Book #2) by WENDY HOLDEN
Finally she’s in charge, but who can she share the free jollies with?
Not her international glamourpuss BFF Lulu, who’s left Knightsbridge for Britain’s poshest village. Lulu’s busy living the good life at her new pile Riffs, an ex-rock star’s, ex-country mansion.
But not everything in her guitar-shaped garden is lovely; Lulu’s attempts to join the hunt, act in the panto and grow the biggest marrow are blocked by the snobbish locals.
Who does she call on for help? Journo extraordinaire, Laura Lake…
Clicking on either book title will link you directly with the relevant Goodreads page
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