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Release day: Say You’ll Be Mine

1 September 2021

Today is the official release of Say You’ll be Mine by RJ Groves (The Bridal Shop #3) (ebook, Escape Publishing). Here’s the blurb:

Cover image of Say You'll be Mine by RJ GrovesA city girl. A cowboy. A marriage of convenience.

Jannette Tanner is ready for the next step of her life plan – a baby. But when she’s called back to her family farm to help her brother, she suddenly finds herself unsure of her plans. Especially when she sees her brother’s best friend for the first time after seventeen years and discovers those secret childhood feelings for him have only grown stronger.

Shannon Hopkins is happy and content with his life – or so he’d thought. It wasn’t until his best friend’s little sister showed up that he realises there’s been a big hole in his life. And the longer Jannette is around, the smaller that hole feels. Only problem is, she’ll be headed back to the city before too long, and he’ll be the sorry fool left heartbroken in the country.

But when it seems that Jannette might have a stalker and Shannon finds himself needing to marry to access an inheritance from his traditionalist grandfather, there’s only one possible solution – a marriage of convenience.

How could that not be a good idea?

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

Say You’ll Be Mine started off as a simple idea and quickly developed into a complex story that came as a bit of a surprise. While Jannette had appeared in the first two books of the series, she hadn’t featured much before now and she very quickly became a character that I loved writing. And Shannon—well, who doesn’t love a sexy cowboy who would do anything for someone he loves? Whatever plans I had for this story, Jannette and Shannon had their own, and I’m so glad I listened to their advice/demands. It’s a childhood crush turned full-fledged romance about two people who were always destined to be together, despite life sending them on different paths, and I’m so excited to share them with the world.

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

One Comment
  1. 2 September 2021 6:17 am

    Congratulations RJ!

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