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Publisher pitch: Tule Publishing, Jan 2017

3 January 2017

Tule PublishingTule Publishing brings you the best in commercial fiction, from romance to chick-lit to compelling women’s fiction. Whether you’re in the mood for sexy or sweet, Tule bring you fresh, modern and exciting plots and beloved classic romance.

Tule has over 80 authors who have unique styles, terrific voices and have helped us grow to house over 300 titles, and garner eight RITA® nominations and one win in three years.

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This January, enjoy our new releases with titles from our Montana Born, Holiday, Muse, Spirit, and Eros imprints.

The Chocolate Cure by Roxanne Snopek (Western, inspirational, contemporary). When hunky bush pilot Mick Meyer turns on the charm, Maddie Cash is in danger of forgetting all of her best intentions … on chocolate … on meddling … and especially on men.

The Sheriff’s Mail-Order Bride by Ann B Harrison (Western, contemporary). Gradually, Rory discovers that Gina’s smile, love of country life, and can-do attitude wake up something he never knew was dormant, and the chubby baby reminds him of how much he once wanted a family. Can a down-on-her-luck woman find the home she’s always wanted with a man afraid to love again?

Tell Me True by Ally Blake (romantic comedy, contemporary). April is hardly wishing for the world this New Year’s—just a little less family drama and the promotion she’s perfect for. Reformed bad boy Finn Ward has a New Year’s wish of his own—to silence his dark and twisted past before it unravels his future and hurts the people he cares about. When April and Finn meet, they realise that just maybe, they’ve both made the wrong wish …

Blood Freed by Traci Douglass (paranormal, erotica). Together, Dex and Liz must search for the information they need before his old nemesis and a rival gang annihilates all they hold dear. But when the simmering chemistry between them boils over into searing hot passion, will they risk losing their hearts to save the ones they love?

Saving Drew by Lara Van Hulzen (contemporary). Drew and Baylee are falling hard, but with spring training approaching, it seems like the third strike for their future … Can their love withstand the media glare and challenges of a long distance romance?

Hotel Hookup: Austin by Annabelle Snow (erotica). Amaree and Evan’s chemistry still sizzles, with eight years apart only adding to her curves and his sexual swagger. Will their chemistry flame out or will their passionate lust turn into more?

The Cowboy and the Kid by Anne McAllister (Western, contemporary). Ex-rodeo cowboy Taggart Jones is adamant—no marriage. Been there, done that. But when his eight-year-old daughter tries to set him up with the beautiful Felicity Albright, he realises that he has finally met his match.

Meet Me at Willoughby Close by Kate Hewitt (romantic comedy, contemporary). Ellie knows all about disappointment, and the pain of trying too hard for nothing, while Oliver has his own hurts and secrets to deal with. When the past comes rollicking back to remind them both of their weaknesses and failings, will they be able to overcome their fears and find their own happy ending?

 

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2 Comments
  1. Helen permalink
    3 January 2017 9:39 pm

    I am with you Lyn 🙂

    Have Fun
    Helen

  2. lynette williams permalink
    3 January 2017 9:54 am

    there are so many good books listed here there goes my resolve not to purchase new books until I read my TBR pile ——Lyn W

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