Fully Booked is published today

The second part of my new series, The Once in a Blue Moon Guesthouse, is published today.  It’s called Fully Booked, and it’s the next part of Robin’s story.  Here’s a little taster:

image002Robin’s reinvention of her parent’s guesthouse is a hit. Bookings are up and the carefully themed rooms are hugely popular with the guests. Life in Campion Bay is turning out to be much more eventful than she ever imagined – it’s far from the sleepy seaside town that Robin remembers.

She’s secretly thrilled to have a charismatic new guest in the shape of Will, the attractive man from next door. He’s inherited the house from his aunt, but it’s in a ramshackle state and now he’s staying at the guesthouse while he decides what to do next.

Meanwhile, Tim, Robin’s sexy ex-boyfriend, has designs of his own on Will’s house and Robin soon finds herself with divided loyalties. Life is tricky enough having to juggle the needs of her eccentric guests − can Robin make things right with Will before he checks out for good?

What do you think?  It makes most sense if you’ve read the first part, Open for Business, but it can be read as a standalone too.

If you do read it, then I’d love to know what you think!

Publication day never gets any less special, even though I’m very lucky to get five of them for each book – for the four parts, and then the full novel.  Today, I’m travelling up to Sheffield with my husband, and we’ll go out for dinner somewhere nice.  It’s beautifully sunny here too, which is always so welcome in February. Maybe spring is finally on its way!

You can buy Fully booked from any ebook retailer, but here are the links for Amazon, iBooks, WHSmiths and Kobo.

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