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Release day: Elephant Creek

16 April 2020

Today is the official release of Elephant Creek by Donna Munro (paperback and ebook, self-published). Here’s the blurb:

Steamy, sexy, romantic suspense set on the Gold Coast will intrigue and delight.

Emma Jarvis has a dilemma — keep dating rock-star handsome Wade or pursue her crush on sexy, silent, probably-married Noah?

Noah Cooper and his Down’s Syndrome daughter, Hope, are due for a fresh start. But a car accident propels Emma into their secretive world. Will Noah put his guard down long enough to let love back into his life?

Emma finds, convincing Noah of a police conspiracy is one thing. Avoiding combusting when she’s near him is a totally different predicament.

Noah has enough problems without falling for delightful Emma and her lust-inducing cut-off shorts. His wife’s abandonment. Proving his father’s innocence. And Hope, beginning mainstream school where bullies lurk.

When Noah learns his dead brother’s, son, Jai is with Emma’s family, he must cut contact with Emma or lose what’s most precious to him.

But when Jai and Hope go missing can the adults unite to find the missing children in the Australian bush? Will an old circus elephant be the key to bonding them before it’s too late?

The sequel to The Zanzibar Moon brings all three books to a final enthralling, emotional conclusion in a stand-alone story filled with passion and heat.

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

Though Elephant Creek is the sequel to The Zanzibar Moon, it’s a stand-alone of Emma and Noah’s love story. Noah (then Toby) featured in the prequel to The Zanzibar Moon, Kendwa’s Secret and pushed me to give him his own story. He was such a great dad to his daughter, Hope, how could I say no? I write contemporary romances set in coastal locations, usually starting in Queensland but also showcasing exotic Zanzibar, the wilds of Africa and Borneo, plus other escapist destinations. I love an alpha/beta male—a leader with plenty of softness when it comes to women, children and animals. Then there’s got to be a feisty female to meet his match and make him grow in ways he never thought possible. Only a fortnight ago, I started a writing group helping others to start and finish their book. It began as face-to-face, but in the event of Covid-19, we are now getting together online, and I’m finding that a collaborative fun place to be. It’s giving me all sorts of ideas for the next book—another contemporary romance—and a children’s book. It seems a bit of a stretch from erotic romance to a children’s book, but it will be for my grandkids.

You can find out more about this book, including buy links, at Donna’s website.

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