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Release day: Blue Fire

6 August 2016

Today is the official release of Blue Fire by Margo Penhall (ebook, self-published). Here’s the blurb:

Blue FireDon’t work through your coffee break!

Chill out with this atmospheric romantic novella. When Ella Reynolds opens her door to an antique collector, the last person she expects to see is charismatic photo-journalist Nate Stone. When Nate sees Ella he realises he has tracked down the woman who holds the key to his family’s secret. Will Ella and Nate be able to heal the sadness of a century-old unrequited love affair? Or will they make the same mistakes their ancestors made?

This is a short, intense story with a touch of magic and sweetness, like the perfect coffee!

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

I was fortunate to live in the Blue Mountains some years ago and to fall in love with this unique landscape. The ancient cliffs topped by the eucalypt forest which gives the area its name, wide valleys of temperate rainforest and cascading waterfalls are awe-inspiring. Many guest-houses dating from the late nineteenth century, like the one in this short novella, can be found there, along with some iconic hotels of a past era. Nights are cold and just right for cuddling in front of a log fire with someone special.

You can find out more about this book at Margo’s website or buy it from Amazon.

  1. Margo Penhall permalink
    6 August 2016 7:10 pm

    Thank you Annie. I remember some of your stories set there!

  2. 6 August 2016 6:05 pm

    Congratulations on the release, Margo! I love the Blue Mountains.

  3. Margo Penhall permalink
    6 August 2016 6:05 pm

    Thank you so much Dale. I’m glad you enjoyed Keeping His Enemy Close. Yes, the V&A is one of the many iconic guest houses. The Blue Mountains has a special atmosphere which is why I wanted to write about it. I hope you like this novella as well.

  4. Dale permalink
    6 August 2016 6:02 pm

    Hi Margo I’m looking forward to reading your novella. I love the Blue Mountains, especially old guest houses like the Victoria and Albert. I read your first book and like your writing style.

  5. Margo Penhall permalink
    6 August 2016 1:17 pm

    Thank you Lyn. I was encouraged to publish this by romance readers who loved the story. I hope you love it too.

  6. lynette williams permalink
    6 August 2016 10:33 am

    happy release day——LynW

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