The harder you fight, the harder you fall when Opposites Attract...
Lingerie for Felons – Ros Baxter
If there's one universal truth, it's this: You're always wearing your worst underwear when you land in trouble. She is determined to make a difference in the world; he is all about the bottom line. But sometimes Mr Wrong just needs to time to find the right path.
Funny, touching, emotional and political, Lingerie for Felons is Bridget Jones meets An Inconvenient Truth, a contemporary romance about doing the right thing, finding the right person, and always thinking through your underwear choices.
Rescue Nights – Nina Hamilton
English surgeon Andrew Wentworth left behind a successful career and a failed engagement to join the Cairns Rescue Helicopter team, but it's not shaping up to be the rejuvenating working holiday he expected.
Rescue paramedic Kate Spears is used to proving herself in a man's world, so informing the handsome surgeon that all his orders now come from her is deliciously satisfying. But she soon finds that Andrew cannot only take everything she throws at him, he keeps coming back for more.
Opposites attract in this medical romantic suspense set in the high adrenalin world of the Cairns Rescue Helicopter team.
This is Now – Maggie Gilbert
A gritty, urban New Adult Cinderella story where the princess can do her own rescuing – she just needs someone to believe in her.
Sister to car thieves, ex–girlfriend to a drug dealer, high school dropout, no–hoper and loser – Jess is on the sidelines, watching her life become one epic fail.
Then she meets Sebastien, a gifted cellist from a very different walk of life. Sebastien is clean and strong and talented. He seems to think she can do anything, and Jess, despite her fears and the secrets she hides, is starting to believe him.
But just as Jess dares to hope, the secrets in her past and the lies in her present catch up with her. All seems lost and she has to make a choice. Between past and future. Between home and hope. Between now and never. And this is now.
About the Author
Maggie Gilbert can't remember a time when she didn't want to be a writer; she's been scribbling down stories since she could hold
a pencil. Most of the time she works in communications by day and writes on a somewhat flexible schedule. She also runs very
slowly, plays the cello not well at all, and is an episodic (and thus pretty terrible) gardener. Much to the trepidation of her family, she
is now learning to cook. Maggie lives on a property in country NSW with her husband and their dog.
To find out more about Maggie, visit her on her website.
You can also follow her on Facebook and Twitter.
Nina Hamilton grew up in the northern New South Wales town of Mullumbimby. Growing up she always loved the escape that the world of fiction offered.
Nina graduated from the University of Queensland with a journalism degree in 2003. A fascination with pop culture has been a lifelong addiction.
Living now in the beachside town of Byron Bay, she gets to share of love of reading through working in the local library.
'Rescue Heat' is her first published novel.