It took her twenty years to build up her business. He works for the competition. What is she willing to risk to get a second chance at love?
Jack left Sue when she was eighteen and no one else has even come close to taking his place in her heart. Twenty years and plenty of hard work later, Sue is too busy running the local bakery and fighting off competition from the new bistro in the village to have time for romance.
Jack is finally returning to the village he grew up in. Seeing Sue rekindles feelings he thought were long buried. But will Sue forgive him for leaving… especially when she finds out that his daughter runs the enemy bistro?
Pat’s Pantry is the first story in a series of contemporary romantic comedies set in the rural Yorkshire village of Trewton Royd.
This book is currently nominated for a RoNA award (the UK equivalent on the RITAs).
What if you had to learn to stand on your own feet?
Stevie is trying to prove her independence - giving up her dead-end job and following her passion for events management.
Her first assignment takes her to a stunning manor house in Oxford where she is tasked with organising a charity ball on a shoestring. Whilst she's dealing with canape worries, celebrity guests and barmy ex academics, Stevie’s teenage crush, Tom, resurfaces to confuse things even further.
But ‘poor needy little Stevie’ is a strong woman now, and she won’t let a man get in the way of her dreams – will she?
If you like new adult romantic comedy with sparkling dialogue, you'll love this book.
Aasha has spent her life lying to her parents and pretending she’s the good Sri Lankan girl they expect her to be. She’s about to come clean when her mother announces she’s found her a ‘suitable’ man… which is not going to end well, because her mother doesn’t really know Aasha at all. Or does she?
The Truth About The Other Guy was first published as part of a Mills and Boon anthology showcasing the best in UK romantic fiction (Truly, Madly, Deeply). This story was the only one in the anthology that contained diverse characters. It is available as a standalone story exclusively at Instafreebie.
If you like romantic comedy with sparkling dialogue, you’ll love this short story by award nominated author Rhoda Baxter. Pick up The Truth About The Other Guy to discover a new author today.