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New release in Canada

Isn’t this gorgeous? Home for the Holidays (The Little Village Christmas, a Sunday Times bestseller in the UK) has just come out in Canada.

As I type this there’s a great introductory offer on the paperback at Indigo in store or online here.

And here’s the ebook on Amazon and Kobo.

Home for the Holidays is the story of Alexia, a bit of a reluctant heroine because she’s trying to leave the village and take up an exciting new life … until a project she’s working on goes wrong. It would have been a great farewell to Middledip to project-lead the restoration of a derelict pub and conversion to a community café. But then someone runs away with all the money. Alexa stays to help but her situation is now beyond tricky.

Home for the Holidays is published by HarperCollins under the Avon imprint. I can’t wait for one of those glossy paperbacks to make it across the pond to me!

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#Bookbargain for readers in Canada and the US! @HarperCollinsca @HarperCollins @AvonbooksUK

The ebook of Just for the Summer is currently on super-special promo in Canada and the US at 99c. I knew you’d want me to tell you.

So, what’s the book about? Leah is a chocolate taster (this is a real occupation! Seriously. Google it) and while between jobs is asked to accompany her sister Michele and her family to France for the summer. Michele’s marriage to Alister has ended and she feels the need for extra support. But, it turns out, Alister’s going to be along too! In that case, why should Leah go? To keep the peace … because the situation between Michele and Alister really isn’t peaceful. Michele knows there’s worse to come but keeps the secret from Leah for as long as possible. In all the stress, Leah decides to reward herself with a summer romance with the hot pilot next door. How do you think that goes? Yeah, exactly! Not as she intended.

Two sisters, three teenagers, a summer romance and an unexpected pregnancy. Read about it:

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