Welcome to Teaser Tuesday, where I share snippets from new and past releases and works-in-progress and occasionally bribe author buddies in to doing the same.
Now, don’t cry, my lovelies, but this is the final Teaser Tuesday of 2019.
I know, I know. It’s very sad. Never fear, we’ll be back again next year from mid to late January with lots more teasers from me and our special author friends.
So let me take this opportunity to thank you for your support throughout this year and to wish you and your families a truly wonderful holiday season and a fabulous New Year. May 2020 be brilliant for us all!
Speaking of brilliant, make sure you pick yourself up a brilliant bargain from the good folks at Kobo. They have Santa and the Saddler on sale for only 99 cents. This Romantic Book of the Year finalist will warm your heart and make you sigh and maybe even sniffle a little. All the feels, my friends. All the feels.
Don’t miss out. Grab your copy today!
Now, because it’s Christmas, I have a suuuper special present for newsletter subscribers. Coming this Wednesday to an inbox near you is my Christmas newsletter, complete with special link to a short Levenham Love Story called Belle and the Perfect Present.This story is sweet and cute and chock-a-block with Christmas joy. You will smile! But as I said, it’s exclusive to newsletter subscribers. If you’d like access – and of course you do! – please join the cool kids by clicking the newsletter tab on this website. Doing so will also give you access to three other short stories, plus you’ll never miss a new release.
Okey-dokey… what would be a good teaser to end the year with?
I think there can only be one answer. The book that I know you’re hanging out for. The book that will make you all squishy inside when you read it. The book that features a surfing dairy farmer and a talented artist and has a gorgeously sweet romance you’re going to adore.
Yes, book friends, I’m going to end the year with a teaser from Scarlett and the Model Man. Only a little teaser, mind. I don’t want to be giving too many secrets away yet.
Please note: This is an unedited snippet so please forgive any wobbly bits.
Sam wasn’t a bad-looking rooster but no way was he model material. His nose was a bit big and kinked to the left thanks to being hit by a stray surfboard and most of the time his salt-damaged hair looked like Medusa’s. At five feet eleven, he wasn’t particularly tall either. His shoulders were good though, from years of swimming and surfing, and his mum and sisters reckoned he had nice hazel eyes, not that he could see it. To Sam they had all the colours of a swamp. Maybe a sunlit one when the light shone right, but still a swamp.
Good bloke, yeah. Model, no.
Scarlett and the Model Man will go up for pre-order in the new year. If you want to be the first to hear about it (and don’t forget that special access to Belle and the Perfect Present), join the cool newsletter gang. Besides all the news, you’ll also receive access to a couple of free short stories to enjoy over a cuppa.
Thanks and see you in 2020!