Saturday, April 3, 2021

Saturday's Blurbs feature Books by Joanie MacNeil #BWLAuthor #MFRWAuthor #Scotland #Australia #Contemporary romance



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Contemporary romance set in Scotland

A Traditional Affair–Honorable Men–The Scots: Galen


Will Kate, a modern and determined young woman, resist the temptation to accept Galen’s proposal of marriage?


Within the imposing halls of historic Carabrae, Scotland, Australian Kate Fielding finds herself caught in an unusual love triangle.


The outspoken young woman who stirs both his demons and his passions intrigues traditional Scot, Galen MacBain. Marriage to Kate would provide him with an heir and a father for her child.


Kate cannot accept Galen’s convenient proposal. Though her baby would inherit the wealthy MacBain estate, her marriage to Galen would be for the wrong reasons. In their push and pull search for love, trust and family values, will this modern and determined young woman resist the temptation to accept Galen's proposal of marriage?


Sapphire Kisses–contemporary romance


Alexandra Jordan doesn’t expect the challenge ahead of her when she agrees to spend the summer as a research assistant for acclaimed author, David Meredith, who is losing his sight.


David feels threatened by her presence in his home, his sanctuary, and the only place he can be independent. Determined to prove he doesn’t need help, he demands Alex leave. Hired to fill the position as his assistant, she persists in staying on. Once he accepts Alex isn’t like other women, her beguiling ways soon intrigue him…until he discovers her secret.


The Trouble with Natalie–contemporary romance


Natalie Harrigan knows men are trouble, and having a man in her life is not on her agenda. She'd rather focus on her appointment as CEO of the new Training Advisory Council. Success as the best CEO ever is her number one priority.


Luke DeMarco, appointed as Director of the same Council, is her young brother’s best friend. Luke has always loved Natalie from the moment he first set eyes on her at eight years old. Now, twenty years later, she’s more woman than ever, and Luke’s not too worried about the twelve years difference in their ages. He believes gentle wooing will convince his new boss, Natalie, that age is no barrier to love. Will she allow him to move from their boardroom to her bedroom?

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