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Release day: The House at Flynn’s Crossing

12 November 2018

Today is the official release of The House at Flynn’s Crossing by Elisabeth Rose (ebook, Escape Publishing). Here’s the blurb:

She’s been through hell, so risking her heart should be easy …

Anxious to rid herself and her twins of the dark memories from their past, twenty–three–year old Antonia moves to the small rural town of Flynn’s Crossing. Antonia is frightened but determined to be independent for the first time in her life, so she rents Mango House and settles in to the community to begin the process of healing.

Town councilor and local real estate agent Flynn has secrets. Guilt–ridden over a tragic childhood event, he fled the city and devotes his life to assisting others. He has big plans for Flynn’s Crossing. Without change, the town will shrivel and die. But the townspeople are resistant to his ideas, and his discussions with a luxury resort developer.

When Flynn first meets Antonia, he doesn’t know her sensationalised past, and Antonia feels normal for the first time. Slowly, as they get to know each other, to trust each other, Antonia begins to consider the possibility of something more. But when tensions over the resort development reach breaking point, she discovers that Flynn hasn’t been entirely honest, and her new beginning is at risk of ending. When Flynn has to choose between the town he’s devoted his life to and the woman he barely knows, can she trust that the man who healed her heart will treat it with care?

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

The House at Flynn’s Crossing is the standalone sequel to Find Her, a romantic suspense. This new book deals with the aftermath of the earlier events, a year later, and is a straight ahead romance set in a small country town. I felt there was more story to be told and that my heroine Antonia deserved a happy ending. So here it is.

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

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