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Tuesday, July 3, 2012

From the Bookshelf...Boomerang Bride

Taken from the bookshelf this week...a stand-alone new release - BOOMERANG BRIDE by Fiona Lowe.

FIONA LOWE is an award-winning, multi-published author with Harlequin and Carina Press. Whether her books are set in outback Australia or in the mid-west of the USA, they feature small towns with big hearts, and warm, likeable characters that make you fall in love.

When she's not writing stories, she's a weekend wife, mother of two 'ginger' teenage boys, guardian of 80 rose bushes and often found collapsed on the couch.

A previous RuBY, ARRA and RT Book Reviewers' Choice Award nominee, and a current RITA® finalist, you can find her at her websitefacebookTwitter and Goodreads.

Publisher: MIRA (also available as eBook from Carina Press & Amazon).
Release Date: July 1st.

Hero bio: Twelve years ago, Marc Olsen, New York City architect escaped his needy family and he only ever comes back to Hobin for a quick visit at Thanksgiving. But this year his sister is seriously ill and needs him to stay and care for her and her moody teenage son, pulling him right back into the heart of a family and a town he wants to avoid.

Heroine bio: Matilda Geoffrey, in the tradition of her WW2 war-bride grandmother, left Australia for love and marriage, only to find that love over the internet is a big-time con. Now she’s stuck in small town Hobin, Wisconsin, at Thanksgiving, without a cent to her name, and not even a jar of Vegemite to keep her warm.

Interesting feature/s of this book: The utter confusion that takes place when two people think they both speak the same language.

Matilda Geoffrey risked it all for love. She left Australia to be with Barry—the man who had swept her off her virtual feet. Now, wearing a wedding dress, she's alone on Main Street in small-town Wisconsin, and things aren't working out exactly as planned...

In town for his annual family visit, Marc Olsen had never seen a bride quite like Matilda—staring into a storefront window, holding a tottering wedding cake, and looking desperately in need of a groom. He may not have any warm feelings for his hometown, but meeting Matilda just as she discovers she's been scammed by her online "fiancé" stirs something in him.

Matilda is not the kind of woman Marc imagined himself with, and Marc is anything but the romantic hero that Matilda has always dreamed of. But as unlikely circumstances throw them together, can they let go of their misconceptions and risk their hearts for love?

1 comment:

  1. Well now you know I'm going to have to own this version too, right, Fiona? That cover is just too damn irresistible!

    Mega congrats on your RITA nom!