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July 2014 Debut of the Month.
If you are looking for easy, relaxing romance then the Choc Lit authors should suit you. This charming love story features a beautiful, wealthy girl disenchanted with her shallow life who goes out to South America to help in a disaster area. So we have a handsome medic with a chip on his shoulder and our heroine ending up saving him in more ways than one. All very predictable, all very comfortable, a thoroughly enjoyable romance.
Choc Lit, the publisher of this novel, was the 2012 Publisher of the Year as voted for by the Festival of Romance.
There's no such thing as a class divide - until you're on separate sides. Brianna Worthington has beauty, privilege and a very healthy trust fund. The only hardship she's ever witnessed has been on the television. Yet when she's invited to see how her mother's charity, Medic SOS, is dealing with the aftermath of a tornado in South America, even Brianna is surprised when she accepts. Mitch McBride, Chief Medical Officer, doesn't need the patron's daughter disrupting his work. He's from the wrong side of the tracks and has led life on the edge, but he's not about to risk losing his job for a pretty face. Poles apart, dynamite together, but can Brianna and Mitch ever bridge the gap separating them?
Publication date: 10/07/2014
Publisher: Choc Lit
|Publication date:||10th July 2014|
|Genres:||Debuts of the Month, Relationship Stories, Sagas and Romance,|
|Categories:||Adult & contemporary romance,|
Kathryn Freeman was born in Wallingford, England but has spent most of her life living in a village near Windsor. After studying pharmacy in Brighton she began her working life as a retail pharmacist. She quickly realised that trying to decipher doctor’s handwriting wasn’t for her and left to join the pharmaceutical industry where she spent twenty happy years working in medical communications. In 2011, backed by her family, she left the world of pharmaceutical science to begin life as a self-employed writer, juggling the two disciplines of medical writing and romance. Some ...More About Kathryn Freeman