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Release day: Jack & Eva

1 February 2023

Today is the official release of Jack & Eva by Frances Dall’Alba (ebook and paperback, self-published). Here’s the blurb:

Jack & Eva by Frances Dall'AlbaBroody meets bubbly … and a bunch of cuddly tree kangaroos.

An emotional and passionate contemporary romance set in Australia.

Very few people can keep up with Eva Stamford. She’s chatty, volunteers everywhere in the community, and has one passion in life—saving the Lumholtz tree kangaroo before the curse comes true.

Jack Waller, broody, gruff and man of few words, couldn’t be more different. He’s returning to his childhood home to make good on a promise to his mother. His return shouldn’t be a problem, except it seems that everywhere he goes, Eva is there. The more time they spend together, the harder it is to ignore the chemistry intensifying between them. And Jack is learning fast, it’s either the whole Eva package including her tree kangaroos, or nothing.

Eva needs to stay on Jack’s good side because his property borders the Tree Roo Rescue Park. Any changes he makes to the property might unsettle her furry babies, and this can’t happen on her watch. Then she needs to tell Jack about the curse, and forget about encouraging one final fling.

In the calamity of a storm where Jack finally learns some truths, Eva’s greatest fear is finally realised. The terror that her day will end exactly how the curse predicts, has her fighting back. She’s not leaving until Jack stops hurting.

When the tempest blows over, is there a chance of beating the curse and living a life together? Or is this destined to be a train wreck — with a bunch of furry animals caught up in the middle?

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

As with all my books, they are full of emotion and passion, and always end with the HEA. More importantly with this book, it showcases the amazing work being done by one incredible North Qld woman, who is dedicating her life to the research and protection of the very unique Lumholtz Tree Kangaroo. Found only in the scattered rainforests of the Atherton Tablelands, believe me, there is a species of kangaroo that lives in trees.

You can find out more about this book, including where to buy it from at Frances’ website.

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