Yes, my lovelies, Scarlett and the Model Man is now up for pre-order in your favourite ebook store.
Isn’t it gorgeous?
He might be the perfect model, but is he the right man for Scarlett?
When up-and-coming artist Scarlett Ash discovers the perfect model in small-town Levenham, she can’t believe her luck. Her creativity abandoned her months ago and with her move to London to take up a prestigious residency fast approaching, she’s desperate for a muse to bring it back.
Surfing dairy farmer Sam Greenwood is delivering milk when a gorgeous girl accosts him. Charmed by her invitation to model for a painting, Sam wants to say no. While Scarlett might be stunning, she’s arty-farty weird, and he’s flat out with his growing dairy business. Somehow, though, he can’t resist.
As Scarlett struggles to find her way with her new work, Sam becomes determined to help. Scarlett is smart, talented and sympathetic to the unremitting toil of dairy farming, and they’re both healing from failed relationships. Soon burgeoning friendship blossoms into so much more.
Knowing that London beckons and her time in Levenham is short, Scarlett resists the lure of love. She has no plans to return to Levenham, and big-hearted Sam deserves more than a brief fling followed by a quick goodbye. Except as their affair deepens, how can she leave the man who’s not only given her back her passion but her heart?
Scarlett and the Model Man releases March 24th 2020, but you can pre-order it right now from:
Print copies will be available for pre-order from online stores soon. You’ll also be able to order personally signed copies direct from me. Details in my next newsletter. Not part of the cool team? Join here.
Add Scarlett and the Model Man to your Goodreads want-to-read list here.
I can’t wait for you to read this story! Sam and Scarlett’s meet-cute is a hoot, even if Sam isn’t too sure about the situation, but the way their relationship develops is lovely. I adore these two. They’re both smart and interesting and Scarlett’s history is a tough one.
You may not realise, but Scarlett’s situation was partially inspired by my own battle with creative issues. You can read more about this in When Life Becomes Fiction: The Story Behind Scarlett and the Model Man.
Let me know what you think of the cover and blurb. I’d love to hear!