Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Publication Day: A Beginner's Guide To Saying I Do

 
 
Happy Publication Day to... me! My seventh book is now out in the wild (aka Amazon) and I couldn't be happier that she's now out there. I've been waiting a long time to share this story and I hope you enjoy catching up with Ruth and her friends as much as I did! The response from early readers has been fantastic - which is always a relief!
 
You can buy the book for £1.99 - or FREE if you're a Kindle Unlimited subscriber.
 
Over the next few weeks I'll be posting 'Book Extras' - quizzes, fun facts, playlists and more - so do pop back to have a look at those. If there are any book extras you'd like to see, let me know in the comments below and I'll do my best to accommodate :)
 
Later, I'll be posting a giveaway over on Twitter and Facebook to win some A Beginner's Guide To Saying I Do goodies (plus chocolate and sweets) so keep an eye out for that! My newsletter will also be going out around lunchtime, with another giveaway themed around the book - if you haven't subscribed to my newsletter you can do that here
 
 
 
A Beginner's Guide To Saying I Do is the second book in the Beginner's Guide series. If you haven't read the first instalment yet, now is the perfect time as the book is currently just 99p - but only for a limited time.
 
 


Monday, 14 August 2017

New Books & Bargains

Hello! I hope you've had a good weekend and enjoyed the bit of sunshine we've somehow sneaked into the summer.

Tomorrow is an exciting day for me as I'll be releasing my seventh book, A Beginner's Guide To Saying I Do, which is the second instalment of the Beginner's Guide series (or 2.5 if you count the free festive short story). I'll be running a giveaway on Twitter and Facebook, plus there are some A Beginner's Guide To Saying I Do goodies up for grabs for one lucky newsletter subscriber - sign up here.

If you haven't read the first book - A Beginner's Guide To Salad - you're in luck because the price has been reduced to just 99p at the moment - so grab a bargain and catch up with Ruth and co!

 
ABOUT THE BOOK
 
http://amzn.to/2vRSwai
 
Ruth loves nothing more than curling up in front of the telly with a family-sized bar of chocolate. She doesn’t do diets and she certainly doesn’t do exercise. But all that changes when she’s invited to her school reunion.

Bullied at school for being overweight, Ruth’s first reaction is to rip the invitation into a million pieces. But then Ruth hatches a plan. She’ll lose the weight and arrive at the reunion looking gorgeous and glamorous, leaving her old classmates in awe. Especially her former crush, Zack O’Connell.

With the help of her friends and a new, unbelievably hot colleague, Ruth begins her transformation. With six months until the reunion, losing weight will be a piece of cake, right?
 
 
 


http://amzn.to/2vRSwai

Wednesday, 9 August 2017

August Newsletter

It's almost time to send out my next newsletter and I've just realised I haven't let you know what this month's prize bundle is!

With each newsletter, I pick a random winner from my list of subscribers to win a prize, and this month you could win the following bundle, comprising of A Beginner's Guide To Saying I Do notebook and magnet, as well as some yummy chocolate to enjoy!

 
All subscribers are automatically entered into the draw so you don't have to do anything at all to enter once you've subscribed.
 
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Tuesday, 8 August 2017

An Intro To A Beginner's Guide To Saying I Do

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The second book in the Beginner's Guide series is out next week, so I thought I'd introduce you to some of the characters. You may be familiar with some of them if you've read A Beginner's Guide To Christmas (short story) or A Beginner's Guide To Salad, but there are also some new characters to get to know in the follow up!

Ruth


Yep, Ruth is back! We couldn't have a Beginner's Guide book without her, could we?

In the past, Ruth has struggled with finding Mr Right but, two years on from A Beginner's Guide To Salad, she's all loved up and about to start planning her wedding. Ruth can't wait to get married - and she doesn't have to wait long as her wedding is in just six weeks. Ruth is a bit clueless when it comes to planning a wedding, so can she put together her dream Big Day in such a short space of time?

Ruth is still the woman I adored in A Beginner's Guide To Salad - she's still a massive fan of cheesy pop, she still likes to skive off from work whenever possible, and she's still surrounded by a group of fab friends (and Theo). I've loved catching up with her and seeing what she's up to a couple of years later, and I hope you will too!

Erin

 
Commitment-phobe Erin has finally found someone to settle down with, but she isn't interested in getting married, especially when she finds herself caught up in his sister's wedding plans. Lindsay and her wedding planner are organising the biggest, gaudiest wedding and Erin has somehow ended up agreeing to be one of many bridesmaids.
 
Erin can't see the appeal of all the fuss and faffing that goes with wedding planning - how will she survive the dress fittings and hair and make up rehearsals and, worst of all, the hen weekend from (Erin's idea of) hell?
 
Ruth's best friend has mellowed a bit over the past couple of years, but she still hasn't lost her edge. She's grown up a lot, but she's still feisty and set in her ways. We get to know more about Erin this time round and I enjoyed digger a bit deeper and finding out what makes Erin tick.
 

Quinn

 
Quinn is Erin's opposite in her views of love and marriage. She believes in the magic of fairy tales and can't wait to find The One, so she can settle down and live happily ever after. Unfortunately, she's hasn't always been lucky in love, but she's still young and her perfect match is out there somewhere - she just has to stop looking in all the wrong places.
 
We've met Quinn before - though only briefly. Over the past couple of years, her friendship with Ruth has blossomed and she's now firmly one of the gang.
 

Trina

 
Ruth's cousin Trina has just walked down the aisle and married the man of her dreams, but already things are starting to go wrong. Her new sister-in-law hates her and did Rory always have these workaholic tendencies? Trina is determined to make her marriage work and not end up with multiple divorces like her mother.
 
Trina is a brand new addition to the Beginner's Guide series and I've loved getting to know her. She's sweet and naΓ―ve, which doesn't always work in her favour. Will she get her happily ever after?
 
 
 
 
ABOUT THE BOOK
 
 
Ruth can’t quite believe she’s managed to snag The One but when he proposes, she can finally accept that she’s found her happily ever after. But when Ruth finds herself booking her dream church for just six weeks away, she starts to panic. You can’t plan a whole wedding at such short notice. Can you?

Trina has only just walked down the aisle, but she’s already starting to question whether they can make their marriage work. Will they survive the honeymoon period, or have they just made a very big – and very expensive – mistake?

Erin has somehow found herself agreeing to be a bridesmaid for the tackiest wedding known to man. With drunk hens, ridiculous outfits and a terrifying wedding planner, just what has Erin signed up for?

Three women. Three weddings. But who will say I do – and who will say I don’t?
 
 
 




Monday, 7 August 2017

Writing Tip: 15-Minute Bursts

 
Writing has been a bit difficult over the past couple of weeks; it's the school summer holidays, meaning my writing time is limited, and I've also been in the midst of The Slump.
 
The Slump seems to happen with every book I write, usually around the 20-30,000 words mark (but can strike earlier or later than this. The only guarantee is that it WILL happen at some point during the first draft). During the horrid slump stage, the words just don't seem to emerge. It doesn't matter that I KNOW what should be happening in the book (I've planned the entire book out this time, right down to individual scenes), the words won't make it onto the screen.
 
Add to this the fact I have a deadline coming up mid-September, which puts me in a bit of a pickle. I need to write. I want to write. But desk-time is limited and the words are being stubborn. Ugh.
 
But last week, I discovered a little trick to help the word count rise: 15-minute bursts.
 
After wasting my precious desk-time faffing about on social media and looking up the outfits my characters could be wearing online, I decided to set myself a timer, where all I could do was write. No 'research', no checking my book rankings, NO SOCIAL MEDIA, LADY. Once the timer was up, I could do all those things. I could leave my desk. I could have a nap.
 
Okay, I was joking about the nap. It is the school holidays, after all. There is no napping with kids around.
 
I decided on a 15-minute timer. 15 minutes is nothing, really. It's a measly amount of time, but when you're at the ripping-your-hair-out-in-frustration stage of The Slump, it seems just about manageable. So, the timer was set and off I went.
 
And do you know what? I was actually writing! Where before I was stuck, now I was typing - and it wasn't a tweet. It was actual words for my book. My characters were active. They were doing and saying. It was a miracle!
 
The 15 minutes ended and I'd managed to write 394 words.
 
Now, stop laughing. I know it's a teeny amount. I aim for 2,000 words per day. Less than 400 words isn't going to get me to my 90,000 words goal by mid-September. But this was just the first 15-minute burst. I did this six times throughout the day, totalling 2,241 words - more than my daily word count goal.
 
I couldn't quite believe it. For the past week or so, I'd been struggling to reach even half of that. Every writing session was a chore. But those 15-minute bursts had really added up, and none of them were daunting or felt like a chore. With only 15 minutes, you have no choice but to just go for it. There's no time for sneaking peeks at Twitter. There's no time for virtual shopping for your characters. There's no time to stop and agonise over the perfect word. You just have to keep going until the timer ends.
 
Of course, sometimes you do need to stop and look things up online, and you do need to find the right words, but you can do that later. I mark the spot where I would normally stop with an 'xxx' and go back once the timer has stopped. My 15 minutes have ended so I can ponder the perfect prose, or I can look up the ideal outfit my character is wearing for a posh dinner.
 
Now, I don't always reach my 2,000 words per day goal, but I'm definitely more productive and my steadily growing word count is proof of that and I don't feel panicked that I'm going through The Slump anymore.

Friday, 4 August 2017

A Quick Catch Up

 
I'm working on the first draft of Book 8, approaching the 60,000 words mark. It's a bit more difficult finding time to write during the school summer holidays, but I'm chipping away at it! My deadline is mid-September, so I'm on the right track.
 
 
 
I'm re-reading two books at the moment. The first is Rainy Days & Tuesdays by Claire Allan and the second is The Animals of Farthing Wood by Colin Dann, which I'm reading with my girls. It's my favourite childhood book and we're having the full-on Farthing Wood experience - the book, the magazines (which were out in the early 90s and I've since collected from eBay) and the TV series.
 

 
Like a lot of people, I've been gripped by The Handmaid's Tale. I'd recorded it but only started watching them a few days before the finale. I binge-watched them in time watch the last episode 'live'. It was uncomfortable viewing, but I couldn't stop watching!
 
I've also been re-watching Miranda, just because it makes me happy.
 
 
 
I haven't watched a film for a while, but 13 Going 30 (one of my faves) has been added to Netflix so I'm going to have to watch that soon (I own it on DVD, but it's more of a faff than using Netflix).
 
 
 
I'm listening to a lot of 80s and 90s songs at the moment. They're the best.
 

 
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Wednesday, 2 August 2017

The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea Quiz: Which Character Are You?

I've put together a little quiz so you can find out which character from The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea you are most like!

Tick either A, B or C and then tot them up at the end to see which letter you agreed with most to find your character. Let us know your results in the comments below :)




ABOUT THE BOOK
 
 
One summer can change everything…

Mae has no time for men in her life! Local vet Alfie might be totally gorgeous but she’s far too busy looking after her young daughter and running her little bed & breakfast by the sea.

Willow is in the middle of building her dream home with her husband, Ethan, when disaster strikes. And with every month that passes she secretly worries that her happy ever after will never come true…

Melody only intended to stay in the bustling seaside town for a few days. But when she meets Hugo – the charming man in the ice cream van – she decides to stay a little longer.

It seems the little bed & breakfast is full of surprises!
 

Friday, 28 July 2017

Book News: Introducing The Beginner's Guide Book 2

A long, long time ago, I posted about the Beginner's Guide series and I can FINALLY reveal more details of Book 2 in the series, aka A Beginner's Guide To Saying I Do!

I did plan for it to be released early this year, but it ended up being delayed (sorry). But I am now pleased to announce that it will be out NEXT MONTH on 15th August and it's available to pre-order right now!

Read on to find out more!

 
Ruth can’t quite believe she’s managed to snag The One but when he proposes, she can finally accept that she’s found her happily ever after. But when Ruth finds herself booking her dream church for just six weeks away, she starts to panic. You can’t plan a whole wedding at such short notice. Can you?

Trina has only just walked down the aisle, but she’s already starting to question whether they can make their marriage work. Will they survive the honeymoon period, or have they just made a very big – and very expensive – mistake?

Erin has somehow found herself agreeing to be a bridesmaid for the tackiest wedding known to man. With drunk hens, ridiculous outfits and a terrifying wedding planner, just what has Erin signed up for?

Three women. Three weddings. But who will say I do – and who will say I don’t?
 
 

Friday, 21 July 2017

The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea Quiz

I've created a little quiz over on Goodreads, so you can test your knowledge of The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea.

I'd love to hear how you get on - let me know in the comments below or over on Twitter or Facebook!


https://www.goodreads.com/quizzes/1126962-the-little-bed-breakfast-by-the-sea

 
 
ABOUT THE BOOK
 
 
One summer can change everything…

Mae has no time for men in her life! Local vet Alfie might be totally gorgeous but she’s far too busy looking after her young daughter and running her little bed & breakfast by the sea.

Willow is in the middle of building her dream home with her husband, Ethan, when disaster strikes. And with every month that passes she secretly worries that her happy ever after will never come true…

Melody only intended to stay in the bustling seaside town for a few days. But when she meets Hugo – the charming man in the ice cream van – she decides to stay a little longer.

It seems the little bed & breakfast is full of surprises!
 
 

Tuesday, 18 July 2017

The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea: The Cast

I think it's every writer's dream to see their book adapted into a TV show or film - and I'm definitely no exception. I love 'casting' my characters for the TV adaptation (it's always TV, never a Hollywood blockbuster. No idea why - I just go with it) and here's who I think would be perfect for some of The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea's characters:





 
 
ABOUT THE BOOK
 

One summer can change everything…

Mae has no time for men in her life! Local vet Alfie might be totally gorgeous but she’s far too busy looking after her young daughter and running her little bed & breakfast by the sea.

Willow is in the middle of building her dream home with her husband, Ethan, when disaster strikes. And with every month that passes she secretly worries that her happy ever after will never come true…

Melody only intended to stay in the bustling seaside town for a few days. But when she meets Hugo – the charming man in the ice cream van – she decides to stay a little longer.

It seems the little bed & breakfast is full of surprises!
 
 
 
 
 

Monday, 17 July 2017

Book News: The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea Paperback


I'm delighted to be able to share the news that The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea will be going to print next month [insert happy dance].

After six books, this will be my first paperback so I am MEGA excited! The paperback will be available in Sainsbury's and online from Amazon from 24th August (but you can pre-order from Amazon here) and I can't wait to hold a copy in my mitts!

I've already checked through the page proofs and you can see what the full cover will look like below. Isn't she a beauty?



Friday, 14 July 2017

Summer Reads 2017

For me, romantic comedies are the ideal summer reads. They're light-hearted and fun and perfect poolside/beach/park bench/sunny-spot-in-the-garden reads. This year, I decided I'd like to re-read some of the books on my shelf during the summer. I picked Kiss Him Goodbye (Victoria Routledge), Rainy Days and Tuesdays (Claire Allan) and Snap Happy (Fiona Walker).

 
I've only read Rainy Days and Tuesdays and Snap Happy once before but Kiss Him Goodbye is one of my most re-read books. I keep going back to it time and time again and I love it with every re-read!
 
A trip to Tesco also resulted in a couple of extra books to add to my summer TBR pile. My Sister's Wedding (Vicky Pattison) fell into my basket and I spotted The Angel at No. 33 (Polly Williams) on the charity table on the way out and I couldn't resist!
 
 
As well as the rom coms, I'm also going to be re-reading The Animals of Farthing Wood with my daughters during the school summer holidays. It's my favourite childhood book and I'm looking forward to diving back in and going on an adventure over the summer. My oldest daughter (Rianne) has already read it with me, but it'll be my youngest's (Isobel) first time meeting the Farthing Wood posse. I have my own copy of the book (which is well-thumbed after twenty-four years!) and I've bought new copies for Rianne and Isobel. I hope they love their copies as much as I love mine (and how could they not, especially with the gorgeous new covers - I'm tempted to buy one for myself!)
 
I've been collecting the Farthing Wood Friends magazines on eBay, so we're going to read those as we go along (and photocopying the activities) as well as watching the DVD. I'm unbelievably excited about this, so expect me to share our fun on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook!
 
 
What will you be reading this summer? Do share in the comments below!
 
If you're still looking for inspiration, I'm just going to slide a sneaky plug in here...
 
http://amzn.to/2vk896q
 
 


Monday, 10 July 2017

The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea Playlist

 
I love putting together playlists for my books, which are usually the songs that inspired the book or songs I listened to while writing it.
 
While writing The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea, I listened to a huge playlist of summery songs using Spotify. I've picked out some of my favourites to create the playlist. Stick your sunglasses on and enjoy while pretending it isn't raining outside!
 
 

 
 
 
About The Book
 
http://amzn.to/2tnr7Mp

Escape to the seaside this summer!

Mae loves running her little Bed & Breakfast, it’s the perfect place to raise her adorable four-year-old daughter! And no matter how persistently local vet, Alfie, chases her, she just doesn’t have time for men in her life.

Willow is busy building her dream home with her husband, Ethan, but with every month that passes she secretly worries that her happy ever after will never come true…

Melody only intended to stay in the bustling seaside town for a few days to capture the perfect photo. But when she meets Hugo – the charming man in the ice cream van – she decides to stay a little longer!

One thing is for sure, summer at the little Bed & Breakfast by the sea certainly has a few surprises in store…
 
 

Thursday, 29 June 2017

The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea Blog Tour

 
The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea Blog Tour starts today! I'll be updating this post with each stop daily, plus sharing the links on Twitter and Facebook.
 
There are some brilliant bloggers taking part, so do check out their blogs!
 
29th June
 
 
30th June
 
 
1st July
 
 
2nd July
 
 
3rd July
 
 
4th July
 
 
5th July
 
 
6th July
 
 
7th July
 
 
 
About The Book
 
http://amzn.to/2tnr7Mp

Escape to the seaside this summer!

Mae loves running her little Bed & Breakfast, it’s the perfect place to raise her adorable four-year-old daughter! And no matter how persistently local vet, Alfie, chases her, she just doesn’t have time for men in her life.

Willow is busy building her dream home with her husband, Ethan, but with every month that passes she secretly worries that her happy ever after will never come true…

Melody only intended to stay in the bustling seaside town for a few days to capture the perfect photo. But when she meets Hugo – the charming man in the ice cream van – she decides to stay a little longer!

One thing is for sure, summer at the little Bed & Breakfast by the sea certainly has a few surprises in store…
 
 
 

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Publication Day: The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea

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Happy Publication Day to me! The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea is now out and I have my fingers firmly crossed that readers will fall in love with Clifton-on-Sea and enjoy the stories of Mae, Willow and Melody.
 
I'll be running a giveaway over on Twitter and Facebook later and there'll be a sneak preview of the book in my newsletter, which will be falling into inboxes soon (if you haven't subscribed yet, you can sign up here). And the blog tour will start tomorrow, with reviews and guest posts so keep your eyes peeled for those!
 
If you read The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea, I really do hope you enjoy it. I'll posting 'Book Extras' here on the blog over the next few weeks, so do pop by for those 😊
 
 
About The Book
 
http://amzn.to/2tgZnJb

Escape to the seaside this summer!

Mae loves running her little Bed & Breakfast, it’s the perfect place to raise her adorable four-year-old daughter! And no matter how persistently local vet, Alfie, chases her, she just doesn’t have time for men in her life.

Willow is busy building her dream home with her husband, Ethan, but with every month that passes she secretly worries that her happy ever after will never come true…

Melody only intended to stay in the bustling seaside town for a few days to capture the perfect photo. But when she meets Hugo – the charming man in the ice cream van – she decides to stay a little longer!

One thing is for sure, summer at the little Bed & Breakfast by the sea certainly has a few surprises in store…
 
 

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

A Li'l Introduction to Mae, Willow and Melody!

As The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea is out next week (eep!) I thought I'd introduce the three main characters, Mae, Willow and Melody.

Mae

The book is set in Clifton-on-Sea, a British seaside town where Mae is running her little bed and breakfast on the seafront. Mae is a single mum to four-year-old Hannah, who along with the B&B and her part-time bar work, keeps Mae too busy for any kind of love life. But she's quite happy being single. Or so she likes to tell people...


Willow

On the surface, Willow has the perfect life. She and her husband are renovating their dream house on the seafront and she adores running her own upcycling business. But if you dig a little deeper, you may discover a few cracks and realise that looks can be deceptive and her life isn't as rosy as you first thought.


Melody

Melody is a visitor to Clifton-on-Sea, briefly stopping by the seaside town as she works on a photography project. She only intends to stay for a couple of days before moving on to the next town, but when she meets charming ice cream-seller Hugo, her plans fly out of the window. But something is holding her back, preventing her from letting go and enjoying her time with Hugo.


The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea

When the three women meet up at Mae's little bed and breakfast, their secrets start to emerge and this summer may just change their lives forever...


http://amzn.to/2tsgdlA
 
The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea is out on 28th June but is available to pre-order now
 

Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Coming Soon: The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea Blog Tour

My sixth book, The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea will be published next week (28th June) and the blog tour will be kicking off the next day. There are some fabulous bloggers on board, ready to share reviews and guest posts!



I'll be sharing each stop on Twitter and Facebook, as well as updating the info on the blog every day, so do check back 😊


About The Book

http://amzn.to/2shQn5i

Escape to the seaside this summer!

Mae loves running her little Bed & Breakfast, it’s the perfect place to raise her adorable four-year-old daughter! And no matter how persistently local vet, Alfie, chases her, she just doesn’t have time for men in her life.

Willow is busy building her dream home with her husband, Ethan, but with every month that passes she secretly worries that her happy ever after will never come true…

Melody only intended to stay in the bustling seaside town for a few days to capture the perfect photo. But when she meets Hugo – the charming man in the ice cream van – she decides to stay a little longer!

One thing is for sure, summer at the little Bed & Breakfast by the sea certainly has a few surprises in store…
 

Friday, 16 June 2017

Coming Up In My Next Newsletter

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The next newsletter prize bundle contains a notebook, book magnets and chocolate and all you have to do to enter is subscribe. You'll automatically go into the draw for a chance to win this prize - and any future prizes too!
 
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Thursday, 15 June 2017

Are You On Instagram?

I love Instagram - it's probably my favourite social media platform at the moment! I didn't sign up for a long time as I thought it was just people uploading photos of their food, but it's actually really fun *whispers* and I sometimes upload photos of my food.

My feed consists mainly of books/writing, cups of tea and my dog, Luna, but this month I'm branching out (sort of, these things still creep in there) by taking part in my first Instagram challenge.

I saw Canelo's summery challenge for June and thought it sounded fun, so this month I'm posting a photo corresponding to that day's prompt. These are a few of the photos I've posted for the challenge so far:

 
I'm looking forward to the rest of the challenge and I'll definitely be taking part in more in the future!
 
 
Are you on Instagram? And have you ever taken part in any challenges?
 
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Thursday, 8 June 2017

Kobo's 200 Under £2 Sale

Good morning! I'm still busy working away on plans for Book 8, putting the final touches to Book 7 and eagerly awaiting the publication of The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea (which is 28th June - so close!) but I wanted to pop a quick post on the blog to flag up a deal that's just started on Kobo.
 
The Wedding Date is part of Kobo's '200 Under £2' Sale so you can grab a copy for just £1.49. The sale ends in a few days, so don't miss out!
 
You can buy the book here
 
 
About The Book
 
https://www.kobo.com/gb/en/ebook/the-wedding-date-6

Will you…date me?

Delilah James, singleton and smoothie-addict, has six months to find a date for her oldest friend’s wedding. Oh, and to prove to her ex, best man Ben, that she has totally moved on since he dumped her out-of-the-blue nine months, eight days and seventeen hours ago…

So, with her two BFFs playing Cupid, Delilah launches herself into the high-tech, fast-paced and frankly terrifying world of dating. Luckily there’s the hot new guy at work, Adam Sinclair, to practice her flirting on – even if, as a colleague, he’s strictly off-limits!

Yet time’s running out and date after disastrous date forces Delilah to tell a little white lie – and invent a fake boyfriend! But will her secret crush on Adam ruin everything? Does she even care about Ben anymore? And is it too late to untangle her web of lies and take a real date to the wedding…?
 
 
https://www.kobo.com/gb/en/ebook/the-wedding-date-6