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Release day: Love Will Find You

8 October 2014

Today is the official release of Love Will Find You by Iris Blobel (ebook and paperback, Limitless). Here’s the blurb:

Love Will Find YouCan their new love survive the scrutiny of the public eye?

After his father’s heart attack, Australian Football League player Tyson Gaspaldi takes his parents on holiday to a small place at the New South Wales coast.

One morning, following a surfing session, he comes across a crying woman on the beach. Everything about her intrigues him, and he can’t walk away. She’s not only sexy and humble, but, as he soon finds out, vulnerable as well.

It’s only been a few months since Katie Cassidy lost her sister in a car accident.

Still overwhelmed by the loss, a chance encounter on the beach with an attractive stranger awakens unexpected emotions inside her. She’s instantly drawn to his caring nature, but also his looks.

However, Tyson’s past quickly catches up with them, causing Katie’s childhood demons to return, and the road to romance becomes anything but smooth.

Iris dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:

Love Will Find You is the first book in the Australian Sports Stars series, which tells the stories of friends Tyson, Oliver and Markus. We went on holidays to a small town along the NSW coast a few years ago. It was one of the many beautiful places here in Australia, and I knew straight away that it had to be the setting for one of my stories. And as our holidays were during the AFL finals with football all over the news, it all fell into place and the idea of the three friends was born. It was fun learning a bit about AFL, digging deep to remember the little knowledge I had about baseball, and with a German background, there had to be a soccer player as well.

You can find out more about this book at Iris’s blog and can buy it from Amazon.

All ARRA members who leave a comment on this article will go in the draw to win one of two ebooks of this novel. Giveaway closes 25 October 2014. (The winner was Barbara)

  1. Jeanie M permalink
    12 October 2014 2:43 pm

    I love AFL (go Eagles), so I’m happy that the sport is appearing in books, especially romance! Congratulations Iris and thanks for writing a book involving footy 🙂

  2. 8 October 2014 6:15 pm

    This sounds a good book even though I am not really into football…. Congratulations

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