The Revenge of Lady Muck
By Anne Dunlop
Escape to the country with this fabulously funny tale of Lords, Ladies and lessons in love...Can you find a prince without kissing a few frogs? Sensible schoolteacher Sarah Gordon used to think so. But now she's so over her ex-fiancé, childhood sweetheart Ian, she wishes she'd never been under him. Besides, she's too busy for love. Until tasty toff, Good Evening Ireland presenter Rupert Glass shows up at the Farmers' Club barbecue and all of a sudden Sarah's struggling to keep her cool. And when her sister's wedding to a local farmer unexpectedly throws them together again, it looks like romance could really blossom. But Sarah's about to discover it takes more than a four-leaf clover to be lucky in love...
By Suzanne Macpherson
Tom Riley has been assigned thirty days to keep beautiful, top model Marla Meyers from falling on her heavily insured face. Marla may be easy on the eyes, but she's not easy to keep an eye on - instead of sauntering down the runway, she's flying off her high-heeled shoes. Let's face it, Marla Meyers is a klutz! It's a mystery to Marla why she's falling head over heels for a rough-around-the-edges guy like Tom Riley. And when the threat of real danger throws Marla into Tom's waiting arms, she has to summon every bit of strength to keep their business from turning into high-risk passion...
Right Before Your Eyes
By Ellen Shanman
Super-artsy New York playwright Liza is stuck in a rut. Her plays aren't paying the bills, and when her outspoken nature leads to the loss of her temp job, she's quickly running out of options. Then, in a dramatic twist worthy of one of her plays, not only is her work suddenly in demand by a young up-and-coming director, but a sprained ankle leads her into the arms of not one, but two eligible men: George, her gorgeous rescuer and uber-rich Wall Street analyst, and sweet-natured Tim, a steady ER doc. With her high artistic principles quickly casting George aside as arrogant and pretentious, Liza returns with relief to her artsy ways, only to discover she's being kicked out of her apartment and her play has been sabotaged. Maybe it's time she opened up her mind to the idea that not everything - or everyone - is quite what they first seem?
A Romantic Getaway
By Sarah Monk
Liesel (yes, her mother loved The Sound of Music) and her big sister Marilyn have always relied on each other. And when Marilyn's husband runs off, leaving her broke, with a distraught five year old, she needs all the help she can get. But then the sisters discover that little Alex has inherited a hotel in Cornwall from his father's dotty great-aunt. With its stunning sea views and Victorian Gothic castle appeal, it's a property the developers are ready to pay big money for. However, the will has one condition. They can sell the hotel if they wish, but only after running it for a season first. With only their tiny flat and not so salubrious view of Hackney central to lose, the girls decide to pack up and head down south. After all, how hard can it be to run a small hotel? And who knows who else they might meet down there...
By A.M. Goldsher
Bad-gal singer Jenn Bradford is living the dream. But when her latest album gets distinctly un-dreamy reviews she comes down to earth with a crash. Jenn desperately needs a muse to get her music back on track. But who's going to inspire her? Elliot, the music journo who's tailing her around town? Kevin, her no-good but so good-looking ex? Surely not her boringly clean-cut and conservative neighbour Porter! He doesn't dig music - at least not Jenn's kind. But is it possible that he might just dig Jenn...?