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Publisher pitch: Penguin Random House Australia, Jan 2016

24 December 2015

PRH_AustraliaRing in the New Year with these rollicking romantic reads from Penguin Random House.

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Here’s what we have for you for in January …

Penguin covers_Jan2016The Day We Met by Cheryl Adnams, Vanda Vadas, Avril Tremayne, Sue-Ellen Pashley

Four free, deliciously romantic short stories. The Day We Met is a short story collection by four of our Random Romance authors, about the moment they met the person they fell in love with.

Strictly Between Us by Jane Fallon

Tamsin and her best friend Michelle have been inseparable since they were teenagers. Even now they spend all their time together, along with Patrick, Michelle’s perfect husband. So when Tamsin hears a rumour that Patrick is having an affair, she is incensed. Unwilling to ignore it, she plots a scheme to catch Patrick in the act, using her assistant Bea as live bait. Except Tamsin has never considered Bea might have her own agenda. And if she does, then Tamsin really needs to watch her back …

Grand Slam by Kathryn Ledson

Erica Jewell can’t worry about hunky hired gun, Jack Jones, and his commitment-phobic ways. She’s flat out managing Dega Oil’s sponsorship of the Australian Open tennis, and doing a pretty good job of it. That is until a devastating oil rig explosion sends Dega’s reputation and share price plummeting. From the elite inner sanctum of the Australian Open to the packed halls of Chadstone Shopping Centre, can Australia’s favourite accidental heroine save Emilio, her job and her so-called relationship with Jack Jones?

Desert Flame by Janine Grey

When her beloved father dies, Eliza Mayberry’s privileged world comes crashing down around her. On the verge of losing the business that has been in her family for generations, she has no option but to take over the last remaining case: tracking down the elusive Fingal McLeod in outback New South Wales and bringing him back to Sydney. But as passion blooms under the scorching outback sun, secrets from the past and present are bubbling below the surface—secrets that could destroy both the fragile trust between Eliza and Fin, and the bright promise of the future.

 

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