Genre: Contemporary coastal romance, women’s fiction.
Available worldwide from all ebook retailers 1st February.
Published by Escape Publishing.
I’m honoured I was able to read February or forever before it’s publishing date. It’s is such a heartwarming, romantic and fun read. Read my 4 star rating review here: bit.ly/1hEMCJ8
In this heartwarming coastal romance, Escape bestselling author Juliet Madison asks, what if your favourite celebrity fell in love with you?
Yoga teacher and single mother, Chrissie Burns has a plan: move into the rundown beach house left to her by her deceased aunt, renovate it, sell it, and move on. The scene of a terrible accident years ago, the house needs to get out of Chrissie’s hands as soon as possible.
But Tarrin’s Bay, where the house stands, has more to offer than bad memories. The town is lovely, the people friendly, and even Chrissie’s young son finds friends and begins coming out of his shell. Employed at Serendipity Retreat as a yoga instructor, Chrissie is shocked to be given the role of private teacher to Drew Williams, Australia’s top singer/songwriter for the month.
Relationships between instructors and clients are strictly forbidden, but Drew draws happiness out of Chrissie with his down-to-earth nature and sense of humour. Days of stretching and bending may bring Chrissie unexpected peace and strength, but she knows that this interlude must end, and there’s no pose or position to aid her when Drew walks away and leaves her broken-hearted.
Watch the Book Video Trailer: http://youtu.be/TI3adsN70VQ
‘Are you going to ask for his autograph?’
‘Autograph? No!’ Chrissie flicked her hand as if the idea was ridiculous. She wasn’t an obsessed teenage fan. At least, not anymore.
‘Well, you’ll have something better: one-on-one time with the star. Pretty good perk for first week on the job.’ Damon’s grin added a sparkle to his dark eyes.
‘Yeah, I never expected this.’
Damon ate the remaining orange wedge, rinsed his hands under the tap, and turned for the door. ‘Adios, Chrissie, enjoy!’ He waved and disappeared around the door. Chrissie chuckled. After he’d finished his shift last Friday he’d said ‘Sayonara’. Which language would he embrace next?
The good thing about working in a health retreat was that everyone was happy and friendly. The atmosphere was laced with a calm, positive buzz. Of course, like Chrissie, people had their bad days, but it gave her comfort that she was in a supportive environment for the duration of her workday.
Chrissie raised her wrist and a fluttery sensation in her belly raised her heart rate a notch. Ten minutes to go. Should she head up there now? What if he wasn’t ready yet? What if she looked too keen? Maybe she should wait till five to eleven. But what if the key malfunctioned and she had to call the reception staff to help, and then she’d be late and things would get off to a bad start with him?
Okay, I’ll go up at seven minutes to eleven. She focused on her watch and willed her heartbeat to match the ticking of the second hand on the clock face, when in reality it was more like double the speed.
Breathe, Chrissie, breathe. He’s just like any other student, he’s only human, he’s… Oh who am I kidding? He’s Drew freaking Williams!
Chrissie used the same technique she used for her panic attacks and hoped for the best. She took a quick glance in the mirror and tightened the elastic on her ponytail, lifted her singlet to wipe the sheen of oil from her nose, and grinned wide to check her teeth.
Right, time to go.