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Publisher pitch: Destiny Romance, Jun 2014

10 June 2014

Destiny logoAs the seasons change we are all looking for a great read to curl up with by a fire. This June Destiny Romance will warm up your reading list with another fantastic addition to our chick lit list and a wonderful and witty contemporary romance blended with paranormal and historical elements.

Be My Baby from Laura Greaves features a career minded girl determined to put babies on the backburner–until one lands in her lap. In The Knight of Castle Kildare by Erin Moira O’Hara an ancient curse is undone by modern passion.

Be My BabyBe My Baby by Laura Greaves

Anna Harding is living out her dreams: a glamorous job as a gossip columnist, a gorgeous long term boyfriend and fabulous home in the middle of London. Dedicated to her career babies are absolutely the last thing on her mind.

Then her flighty best friend Helena arrives unexpectedly on her doorstep, leaving Anna to look after her baby. Anna’s perfect and controlled life is shattered as she tries to juggle the baby, her job and a long-distance relationship–and reassesses what is really important in her life.

The Knight of Castle KildareThe Knight of Castle Kildare by Erin Moira O’Hara

Kate Manning visited the mysterious Castle of Kildare as a child and has always been fascinated by the story of Sir Caleb, a fifteenth century knight whose portrait hangs in the castle.

As the proud new owner of the castle Kate is determined not to listen to local gossip of ghosts and curses. With unexplainable noises and strange events Kate doesn’t know what to believe, but finds herself even more drawn to the portrait of Sir Caleb. One day the unbelievable happens and he steps out of from the frame.

Can a modern woman break a centuries old curse? And is love strong enough to overcome the passages of time?

You can find these titles and more on the Destiny Romance website.

One Comment
  1. 10 June 2014 6:29 pm

    Congratulations ladies and huge shout out for fellow HRW and friend, Erin.

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