Here’s the list of April publications from members of RNA…
Susie Vereker – TROPICAL CONNECTIONS
Severn House paperbacks
Art historian Claire moves to South East Asia and finds more than heat and dust. This is a novel about independence and interdependence, about women who have or achieve a certain courage in a different world.
16 April 2010
Allison and Busby
George Kennett is an ambitious young builder who aspires to be somebody in his local community just after WW1, and is not above shady deals to bring it about. Barbara is a talented artist but her personality is being smothered by her overbearing husband. It is the story of her efforts to bring up her children, to cope with his dishonesty and his love affairs and her own confused emotions over a young man she met in her student days. It is George’s dishonest scheme to get the contract to refurbish the market square and install a new fountain which brings everything to a devastating climax.
Mills & Boon
Five sizzling stories, originally available as Historical Undone! e-books. Louise Allen: Disrobed & Dishonoured – the story of a highwayman who isn’t all he seems and a young lady with an urgent need to lose her reputation. (Linked to the Those Scandalous Ravenhursts series)
What if it was Mr. Rochester chained up in the attic? An erotic tribute to Jane Eyre.
29th April 2010
A novel of ambition, passion and betrayal set against the backdrop of Britain’s golden age of cinema as the nation recovers from war.
4-in-1 Mills & Boon Special Release
Liz Fielding + 3 others
Four stories about the scandalous Valentine family
01 April 2010
Novella – PDF format
Futuristic erotica in which 24th century Utopia is rocked by Zia’s passionate trysts with hunky wild man Conall.
Nell Dixon – THE CINDERELLA SUBSTITUE
In the two years since the tragic car crash that killed his fiancée, Nathanial (Nate) Mayer has successfully avoided another relationship. His family and especially his twin sister Nathalie are worried. Jennifer (Jenni) Blake is Nate’s personal assistant. Hired after the accident, she has her own problems to deal with, including the deaths of her adoptive parents and the debts incurred by their nursing care. But those difficulties pale into insignificance when Jenni finally traces her birth mother…