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Release day: The Risky Business of Romance

6 October 2020

Today is the official release of The Risky Business of Romance by VK Tritschler (ebook, Inkspell Publishing). Here’s the blurb:

Disillusioned and suffering severe anxiety from the Christchurch earthquakes, Samantha Morgan is on the hunt for a rich husband and a quiet life to save her sanity. She moves to Port Victor, a town with the highest per capita millionaires, in the sweeping South Australian countryside. There she meets Max who doesn’t fit her strict criteria, and is torn between her attraction for him and her goals for herself.

Max Haydon enjoys farming and keeping a low profile in his small town and has no intention of taking over the family’s expansive business ventures. But when his parents hire the beautiful, complicated Samantha to uncover a fraudster, he has to think twice about getting involved. With Samantha kidnapped, time is running out.

Can they find love despite their different agendas, or will the risks be too costly for them both?

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

This book was a homage to my readers. It shares some of my background, having come from Christchurch and experienced the earthquakes myself firsthand; and my new home that I love and all the beauty that is South Australia. Samantha, the lead female character is a juxtaposition of both strong and confident, while also being broken due to her experiences. I hope that the readers can connect with her as they get further through the book and understand her true self. Meanwhile, her love interest, Max, finds his life becomes more complicated and challenging with her in it, but there’s a beauty in their symbiotic relationship. I hope that my readers enjoy the roller-coaster that is their relationship and the story of how they find themselves and each other.

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

One Comment
  1. 7 October 2020 6:49 am

    Happy publication day VK!

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