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Release day: Promises in Tumble Creek

4 May 2018

Today is the official release of Promises in Tumble Creek by Louise Forster (ebook, Harlequin Escape). Here’s the blurb:

In the small town of Tumble Creek, secrets aren’t kept for long…

From the outside, Adele Valentin knows she looks strong, capable, unflappable. But when she loses everything, she can only think of one thing to do: run. A friend’s house in the small rural town of Tumble Creek is a ready-made sanctuary, and Adele flees the big city without ever looking back.

The timing has never been right for Takumi Edwards to express his feelings for Adele, the beautiful, mysterious woman who visits occasionally but haunts his dreams nightly. But now she’s here to stay – at least for a while – and he will never have a better chance.

But Adele is struggling with both past decisions and how vulnerable Takumi makes her feel. When her past follows her to Tumble Creek, Takumi is the only one who can help resolve both what came before and what could be ahead. If Adele is only strong enough to ask.

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

Promises in Tumble Creek brings all the lovable characters in the previous two books—Home Truths and Tumble Creek—together again, plus a few new ones. I enjoyed touching on how the town quietly approves, and are protective of Takumi and best mate Lawson’s ‘other’ occupation. The pair have a big-hearted and often generous need to search for and find whatever or whoever is missing, lost or stolen. Beautiful Adele has run to Tumble Creek taking her secrets with her. She’s mixed up with something and Takumi will move mountains to find out what that is. They’re eager to explore why they feel the way they do about each other, which seriously complicates matters when accusations and misunderstandings fly. I occasionally take different writing paths, for example working on a Christmas story and a science fiction, but I’ll be going back to Tumble Creek for a little while yet. I love writing about the town and its characters.

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

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