Sunday, September 18, 2011

DOUBLE THE FUN...

This month, in the UK, Mills and Boon have republished a three-in-one called AN ORDINARY GIRL AND A SHEIKH, featuring books by myself, Barbara McMahon and Nicola Marsha.

If you're not in the UK, The Book Depository - link on the sidebar - will send it anywhere in the world post free (which is fabulous), although it will also be available as an eBook.




By sheer coincidence, all three of us have recently released eBooks.

BLUEBELLS ON THE HILL by Barbara McMahon tells the story of country singing star Amanda Smith who's seeking a refuge from the busy concert schedule when she finds the perfect hide-away in the Sierra Nevada mountains. The only problem is neighbor Mac Mackenzie who's had his eye on that patch of land for years. When he can't bribe her to leave, he changes tactics. The only problem is it becomes hard to tell if he's trying to drive her away, or convince her to stay.


It available now as a FREE download.

From Nicola Marsh, there's this hot new novella, TAG TEAMin which a  Police Special Ops team leader joins forces with an Australian Defence Force Tactical Assault Group expert who specializes in biological warfare to stop an imminent chemical threat.

When the threat becomes personal and the body count mounts, they find themselves locked in a safe room, where they discover their sizzling history takes little to ignite. 


This is available to download from Amazon or Smashwords for 99c.


And, finally, you can still download the first of my Beaumont Brides trilogy, WILD JUSTICE (the one with the cover that produced more reaction than my last 60 put together!) for free at Amazon in the UK and on Smashwords, Barnes and Noble and iTunes in the US.

(Amazon US - a law unto themselves - are still charging 99c. I've written to them twice but they're not taking any notice of me. They might listen to readers!)

2 comments:

Lacey Devlin said...

Lots of gorgeous covers! Thanks for this post :-)

Nicola Marsh said...

I'm thrilled to be in this anthology with you and Barbara, Liz.

And that cover of yours...phwoar!