Pre-Order KISS IT BETTER

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My latest contemporary romance, Kiss It Better, is out 8 October, but you can pre-order it now at Amazon.

For non-Americans, do you know that the Amazon link tends to work for each book, you just change the ending, i.e. Australians add “.au” to the amazon.com bit, and the British change it to amazon.co.uk? As far as I can tell, the rest stays the same. You probably already knew that. Other pre-order links coming soon via Escape Publishing.

Revisit gorgeous Jardin Bay with Jenny Schwartz’s fabulous new novel. The town may look like paradise, but for one nurse it represents only broken dreams.

All Cassie Freedom wants to do is save the world, and she could, if only she were able to. But her dream of nursing in Africa is shattered, and she returns home to Jardin Bay, where familiarity, security, and a sense of her own failure threaten to drown her.

Dr. Theo Morrigan knows a thing or two about responsibility, leaving his own medical practice to take over a family business. He knows his mind, his future, and how he wants to live his life – until an old secret resurfaces and rocks his whole world.

Suddenly, the man who needed no one needs a broken-hearted nurse, and a nurse who thinks she’s too weak will find her own strength.

Review copies are available at Netgalley.

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Jenny Schwartz, author of Australian Coastal Romance

3 thoughts on “Pre-Order KISS IT BETTER”

    1. Guilty! Imelda Evans shared a great link about graphics and authors the other day on Facebook and Sara Hood made an interesting comment there (sorry my tech skills have failed me at linking to an FB post). But Sara said that it doesn’t matter if a graphic is ugly, what matters is that the message/call to action gets across. That is a very liberating thought.

      Thanks for the good wishes!

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