I love Runaway Groom, and so the reviews so far show that readers do too (relief!), so I thought I'd blog today about the kernel of an idea that grew into this book.
It started with a thought...
People want to sympathise with the bride in the event that a wedding is called off. There can be understanding and caring sent her way, and small town communities close ranks to protect her, even if she's the one who calls off the wedding.
Everyone loves to hate a runaway groom.
My hero, Matthew Logan is a runaway groom, and he's never been allowed to forget it. People ignore him in shops. Talk about him behind his back. It doesn't matter to him, because he's left the village of his youth, and doesn't have to deal with it everyday. But when someone who used to be his friend can't hide her animosity for his past, he's had enough... and the story begins!
You can read more of Runaway Groom by clicking the look inside tab on Amazon....
It's available from Amazon.com here, and Amazon.co.uk here.
Runaway Groom is also available in paperback from all the usual online places, and if anyone has a paperback of any of my books and would like it signed, just find me on twitter let me know, and I'll post you out a signed bookplate.
And because I'm a minx, I'm giving away a signed paperback to one commenter on this blog post who tells me why they think Matthew might deserve a second chance at love...
Oh, another couple of things - I've just got the rights back to Marrying Cade, and the new, self-published version with a yummy new cover went on sale on Amazon yesterday... Amazon.com here and Amazon.co.uk here... and my first book, Catch Me A Catch will be on sale at 99c on 20-23 June!
Finally, I just wanted to say, if you've read any book and enjoyed it, do consider leaving a review on Amazon - it really is the best thing you can do for any author, and it makes their day!
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