Monday, 10 March 2014

Guest Week! Welcome Author - Ann B Harrison

I don't regularly feature authors on this blog - but this week I've got two great authors with three books in the spotlight!
Today I've got the author Ann B Harrison from the Hunter Valley stopping by. If you like the sound of this book, check it out then come back on Thursday to find out about her latest release! And don't miss the lovely Aimee Duffy who is here with her new book tomorrow.

Coming home—but is the price too high for the Williams siblings?

Their father drove them away, now the conditions of his will are forcing them home and they may not like the rules he’s set.
The city hasn’t been kind to Doctor Russ Williams and he can’t wait to leave his broken marriage behind him. Superstar rugby player Cade, his career threatened by a crippling injury, has to face the fact that his glory days might be over. Rooney, carrying a secret she won’t be able to hide if she returns but lured by the promise of owning a vet practice. Three very different siblings with their own dreams, forced to face reality on the family property, confronted at every turn by their past. Will there be time for love? 

Cade held back his surprise as he looked at his niece. There was no mistaking who her father was, even if he hadn't known the truth. The thick black hair framing her face was enough of a giveaway without the piercing blue eyes that looked up at him. Where Rooney was almost white-blonde with pale blue eyes, Tam was the spitting image of her father.
A cough behind him made him glance up. He’d been staring, and Tam had sidled over to her mother. "So, Squirt. How old are you?" Cade rested on the stool and leaned his elbows on the island counter. He glanced quickly at his sister and noticed the discomfort on her face.
"I'm going to be eight this year. What did you do to your leg?" She came closer and lifted the large cookie in her hand, taking a bite.
"Football accident."
"Are you busted now?"
"I hope not. Guess I'll find out next week." He looked over at Rooney and put on his best smile. "Fancy passing me a beer?"
"No, but I'll make us a coffee." She turned and walked to the coffee machine. Taking two mugs from the top, she placed them under the spout before putting a pod slot and pushing the start button. Rooney turned to watch him while the machine dribbled out fresh coffee.
"What are you going to do if you're busted?" Tam walked closer and looked into his eyes with the honesty of a child. "You could work for my mum. That's if you know how to help sick animals."
Cade smiled, hiding the jolt of terror spearing his gut. "Thanks, but I'm sure it will all work out." He met Rooney's gaze. "So you got the old dump then?"
She walked over and placed a steaming mug of coffee in front of him before taking a stool opposite. Her pale blue eyes were hard and determined as she gazed at him. "Yes, I did and since I have little or no money and the place is a filthy hole, I'm roping you into help me clean it up so I can set up shop and start work."
"Seriously? You want me to clean for you?" Cade roared with laughter.

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About Ann -
Ann swears she was born with a book in her hands and has never put it down. A lifelong love of reader has finally culminated in achieving her dream of writing...and publication.
She lives in the beautiful Hunter Valley with her own handsome hero of many years. Ann has always loved the ups and downs of life in small communities and she shares this with readers in her rural romances.
Strong sexy heroines with a good dash of sass thrown in feature in her stories. Of course these women need an equally strong hero. Bring on the outback hero and watch the passion ignite.
When not writing Ann enjoys reading, gardening, walking her very large dog Hugo and fighting with her computer.

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