I am so excited that BRIDE IN TROUBLE by Serenity Woods is available now and that I get to share the news!
If you haven’t yet heard about this wonderful book by Author Serenity Woods, be sure to check out all the details below.
This blitz also includes a giveaway for a Kiwi Prize Pack full of goodies from New Zealand, courtesy of Serenity and Rockstar Book Tours. So if you’d like a chance to win, enter in the Rafflecopter at the bottom of this post.
About The Book:
Title: BRIDE IN TROUBLE (Bay of Islands Brides, #1)
Author: Serenity Woods
Pub. Date: February 14, 2018
Publisher: Serenity Woods
The Bay of Islands Brides – a brand new series of six sexy romances for 2018, the year of the bride! By the USA Today bestselling author of the Three Wise Men box set (USA Today bestseller list, November 2016).
Bride in Trouble (Bay of Islands Brides: Book 1)
She’s getting married in ten days, but she doesn’t remember the groom…
Phoebe Goldsmith wakes up in hospital after suffering a head injury to find that all her memories of the last eight years have vanished.
She doesn’t remember her father passing away. She doesn’t remember opening the Bay of Islands Brides shop with her mother and sisters.
And she definitely doesn’t remember Rafe Masters, the gorgeous firefighter who tells her that they’re due to be married on Valentine’s Day in ten days’ time.
Rafe insists they’re madly in love, but the thought of saying ‘I do’ to a complete stranger makes Phoebe want to run for the hills. Her family suggests she postpone the wedding until her memory returns. But Rafe’s determined not to give up on their marriage before it’s even started. He has ten days to convince Phoebe that he’s still her Mr. Right, and he’s determined to win her all over again, no matter what it takes.
The Bay of Islands Brides – a brand new series of six sexy romances for 2018, the year of the bride! By the USA Today bestselling author of the Three Wise Men box set.
“Mum said you’ve got amnesia,” Bianca said. “Is that true?”
Phoebe swallowed the mouthful and nodded slowly. Cold filtered through her, and she looked at the cracker for a moment. She wasn’t sure if she was ready to talk about it yet.
“We’ll wait until the doctor’s been and examined her before we get too worried,” Noelle said. “He’ll know more about it all.”
Phoebe had another bite of the cracker and cheese as Elliot changed the subject, talking about how terrible the coffee was from the machine, and Roberta gave him a smart comment that made him laugh. In a way, none of them seemed to have changed from the way they were when they were all kids at home. But obviously they had changed. They’d grown up, and they would all have left home. Elliot was… what? Twenty-nine now, and Dominic must be thirty-two. Christ. Were any of them married? Did they have kids? Her head ached when she tried to think about it too much.
A movement at the door caught her eye, and she glanced over. A doctor stood there, dressed in a white coat, holding a clipboard, talking to a man. The man was listening to him, but he was looking at Phoebe.
For a moment, she felt as if someone had sucked all the air out of the room. The guy was tall, maybe six-one or two, with short dark-brown hair that stuck up as if he’d been running his hands through it all morning. He wore jeans and a gray hoodie, and well-worn black Converse shoes with white trim. He was incredibly good looking, and her first thought was that maybe a movie star was doing some kind of charity visit to the hospital or something. But the way he was looking at her told her he wasn’t here by chance. He knew her.
He held her gaze for a long moment, and she swallowed the second mouthful of cracker with difficulty. Then he looked back at the doctor, nodded, and said something else before coming into the room.
“The doc will be back in a minute,” he announced as he approached the bed. He had a deep, rich voice, and the hairs rose on the back of her neck.
“Thanks,” her mother replied, looking at Phoebe. They were all looking at her. They were waiting for her reaction.
“Hey,” the guy said. Up close, she could see that his eyes were a bright blue. He was gorgeous.
He was also a complete stranger.
“I’m sorry,” she said softly, heart racing. “I don’t know who you are.”
Roberta turned away, Elliot looked at the floor, and Bianca pressed her fingers to her mouth.
The guy glanced at Noelle, then slid his hands into the pockets of his jeans. “I’m Rafe Masters,” he told her. “I’m the guy you’re marrying in ten days’ time.”
USA Today bestselling author Serenity Woods lives in the sub-tropical Northland of New Zealand with her wonderful husband and gorgeous teenage son. She writes hot and sultry contemporary romances with a happily ever after, and she would much rather immerse herself in reading or writing romance than do the dusting and ironing, which is why it’s not a great idea to pop round if you have any allergies. You can check out all her books at www.serenitywoodsromance.com.
Giveaway Details: All International
1 winner will receive a Kiwi Prize Pack full of goodies from New Zealand, International
Ends on February 21st at Midnight EST!