Paperback Gifts

More people are reading eBooks today and there is nothing wrong with that. My Kindle is full of great stories.

However, every now and again it is nice to have the feel and smell of a real paperback novel in your hands. You only see part of the cover on a Kindle and below you can see the covers for my three novels in all their glory.

They also make ideals presents. I know I have been delighted in the past to receive an actual book and if it’s for Christmas, I always manage to read it over the festive period.

So I’m offering all my paperbacks at one price £5 or $5. For this, you will get a signed copy and a dedication if you would like it, a free bookmark, and a gift from Wales. If you wish, I’ll also gift wrap it and post directly to your recipient.

This is particularly ideal if you live in a different country and have friends or family in the UK. I can do all the above with little cost and effort from yourself.

These are my books:

 

the secret3

Set in the 70s, this charming story tells of Kerry and the terrible secret she hides. Although there is a dark element to this story, you will also find romance and humour.

Dear Diary

Kerry O’Brien has a hot new boyfriend! Yay!

His name is Tommy. He’s a biker and he’s gorgeous. He seems to like me too. He makes me feel good about myself and it’s been a long time since anyone has paid me that much attention. I also have a monster for a stepfather.

But I’m scared. I’m scared Bill will find out about Tommy and scared Tommy will find out about Bill. Tommy has a temper and he’s very protective of me. If he ever found out my secret, I think he would kill Bill.

He started again last night. Jodie and I hid under the bed. I don’t want him to ever touch her. Secrets like mine are only whispered about. But the bruises are getting harder to cover and I know once Tommy finds out the truth, I’ll lose him. I just can’t let that happen.

JJ

We move forward a decade to the 1980s and Joanna’s story. Joanna is not perfect, she makes mistakes but ultimately her heart is in the right place. When you meet her mother you will understand why she behaves the way she does.

Joanna tells everyone her mum is dead as it seemed easier that way. She was the only one who could intimidate and frighten her and she’s never forgotten what she did – the horror of being locked in a cupboard and the physical punishment endured. Most of all, Joanna never forgave her for killing her baby.

Her sister Sandie was able to move on, but Joanna she still bore the scars and it affects her life and relationships.

Why is she attracted to a bad boy and why did she allow herself to be second best? Most of all, why is Joanna attracted to a man who is a serial womaniser?

Sister’s clash and Joanna and Sandie are no exception. Joanna couldn’t even get that right when she accused Sandie of falling for a man who would only bring her trouble. Wasn’t that exactly what Joanna was doing to herself?

Finally, her world comes crashing down and she can’t comprehend what’s happened. She needs help, but will anyone be there? Or has she pushed them all away?

Full Cover

Sarah is hiding her past and cannot acknowledge it even to herself. Set in the first decade of the 20s, this is a thrilling ride of second guesses.

Kelly needs to escape from her abusive and controlling boyfriend, but she’s terrified to leave. She’s then given a chance to start a fresh, but is the cost of her freedom too high?

Sarah is happy in her life. She has a dream job and a perfect roommate. But when a brick is thrown through the window, followed by a letter containing razor blades, her life starts to spin out of control. Detective Ryan Andrews is on the case and the two quickly form a close bond.

Will Kelly pay that price for freedom? Can Sarah’s secret past be kept from Ryan?

In the end The Truth Will Out.


Amazon gives you the opportunity to read some reviews before you buy and if you are interested, just email me here or use the contact form.

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