‘So, I’m finally to get your attention then?’ he asked with a gleam in his eye. Anna felt a frisson of something flood through her, but put it down to tiredness, annoyance. It couldn’t possibly be attraction – this man was far too in love with himself, and definitely not what she needed right now.
Romance can happen in the strangest of places. Sometimes we find it in far-flung locations, and other times it is right under our noses all along! In this, the first story in the Castle Cluny Romance Series, we get to know a few of the locals in this sleepy Suffolk town. But, behind the net curtains, and the smiling faces there are mysteries to be solved and romance to be found. I sincerely hope you will enjoy this series - I know I am enjoying writing it.
Fed up of being treated by everyone like a china doll to be protected and taken care of - and determined to prove that she can make it on her own - Anna sets off to travel the world. Alone, and unhappy she keeps going, and going, never knowing where, or if, she will find herself.
We join her, penniless in a tiny Australian town, pursued by the very sexy son of the local bar owner she finds a home and a job. But will she give in to his attentions, or is there a knight in shining armour on his way to whisk her off her feet?
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About the Author
Rosie Macdonald has been a romantic her entire life, and had drawn her wedding dress by the age of 5. She grew up in a small Hertfordshire town with her parents, sister, 4 cats, 3 rabbits, 5 guinea pigs, 1 dog and various fair-won goldfish (not all consecutively), and continued to believe that one day her knight in shining armour would come and rescue her from her boring life. She now lives happily in Essex, where she writes and works as a holistic therapist with her overly spoiled cat, Bob, and her partner of 9 years. She is very grateful that Daniel’s proposal in Second Time Lucky was received in a better manner than she herself managed when her partner proposed on Christmas Eve 2009, when she swears she responded with a shocked grunt. Well, what would you have said when you finally got the proposal you dreamed of from a man who had spent eight years vehemently claiming he didn’t see the point?