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Love & Writing, Reading Romance

New Releases and Reviews

I’m back at my desk for the first time in over a week, after seven glorious days away in Turkey (full holiday post and photos to follow!) and it’s all going full speed!

First off, I have two new releases: Stranded with the Tycoon  and Summer of Love are now both out as e-books in the UK!

They’ve both been getting some great reviews around the web. Here are some of my favourite snippets…

Stranded with the Tycoon (Mills & Boon Cherish)

Stranded with the Tycoon UK CoverTheir attraction is undeniable, and when they get snowed in together, it’s the perfect setting to have her heart melted and remolded by the very man who could be her soul mate. Romantics will relate to the main characters and take pleasure in Luce’s transformation. With its well thought-out storyline, fans of passionate tales will want to read this one repeatedly.

RT Book Reviews

I very much enjoyed Stranded with the Tycoon. I loved that the lead female was a history buff, and some of the references made me smile. The writing style is easy and engaging, the characters fun and likeable – despite their faults – their back stories worked for me, too. Overall, a very romantic tale which left me with a warm and fuzzy feeling. I look forward to more from Ms. Pembroke.

Lucy Felthouse, Blogcritics

If you want a book with simmering attraction slowly building between two characters who think they have nothing in common then you might want to read this book.

Jessica Hale, Goodreads

Stranded with the Tycoon is a beautifully written romance novel with a slow build up.The romance was based more on the conversations between the characters and how they thought about each other rather than their mutual attraction and passion.

Harlequin Junkie

Summer of Love (Love from Wales, Book 3)

Summer of Love by Sophie PembrokeA lovely little “local bad girl” makes good story where the prodigal ‘bad boy’ of this little Welsh town returns to make a new start. Pembroke has a way of presenting the characters that gives an instant emotional reaction to the reader: understanding their flaws or disliking their behavior, you will never be bored.

Gaele, the Jeep Diva

I loved Lily, and like Alex wondered why on earth she’s been with Edward so long…and then as things unfolded in the novel I understood where she was coming from.

Jeannie Zelos, Goodreads

Summer Of Love is about expectations, pressure and the ability to be yourself. Lily has to learn to live for herself and not as other people expect her to. Alex has to adapt to his new circumstances and realise his idea of a perfect marriage may not exist.

Zili in the Sky

As if that wasn’t enough excitement to come home to, I also got a sneak peek at the US cover for my next Harlequin Romance, Heiress on the Run! I’ll post the final thing here later in the week, so keep an eye out!