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NEW SERIES, NEW BOOK.

 Marry In Haste — out May 2nd

Marry In Haste — out May 2nd

The first in a new "convenient marriage" series

My new book, Marry In Haste comes out on May 2nd and is now available for pre-order. It’s the start of a brand new new series,  and stars a very masculine hero, who really needs to learn how to handle women. Hint: they’re not the same as soldiers. I had a lot of fun writing this book — some might say torturing the hero, but really, it’s for his own good. 

So here it is, MARRY IN HASTE, in which you’ll meet several former soldiers, a heroine who thinks she’s lost all hope of love, marriage or children, a gaggle of uncontrollable young women (or so my hero thinks) a tremendously snobbish headmistress, a daffy aunt and a scary one, an unsquashable schoolgirl, a wolfhound, a poodle (except he’s really a man) and many more. You’ll even meet a beloved character from The Chance Sisters series.

You can read a snippet or two from MARRY IN HASTE here.

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You know, I get really fed up when I look up a book on amazon.com, and see the kindle price is nearly double that of the paperback, because then I know an Australian publisher has their grubby little mitts on it, and is making me pay more — just because I live here. And amazon is in collusion with them. It costs the Aussie publisher nothing extra to produce -- it's not a reprint -- just a ripoff. And I resent it. ... See MoreSee Less

You know, I get really fed up when I look up a book on amazon.com, and see the kindle price is nearly double that of the paperback, because then I know an Australian publisher has their grubby little mitts on it, and is making me pay more — just because I live here. And amazon is in collusion with them. It costs the Aussie publisher nothing extra to produce -- its not a reprint -- just a ripoff. And I resent it.

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Merry-Sue Adair-GillI feel the same when my favourite authors have a book come out in hardcover. I borrow the book from the library and then wait for a year to get the paperback at half the price. In my case I use an e-reader, so the file is digital no matter if it is brand new or years old re-print. Totally not the author's problem. It is the publisher trying to get the most money from the readership that they can.

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Gail M Chernetzki CampbellI agree with you. What's more of the issue, is it cost them ZERO to have it digital. It costs money for paper & binding though. PLUS>>>you have nothing to touch of feel, be able to share with a friend, or add to your library. They don't allow you to share a kindle book more than once. A actual book you can do as you please.

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Sara RobinsonI agree. It happens in the U.S. also. It doesn't seem as bad as it first was, but I refuse to pay that for an fake book.

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Shail KumarAmazon is the king of ripping off writers & merchants that cell on their website. I sell on amazon & only in last year my profits have gone from 50% to 10%

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Kylie ScottThe cost of some e books drives me nuts.

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Teresa D'AstoliGrrrrr

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Facebook just told me I haven't posted in a while -- yeah, not for three whole days! Get a life, FB. But I did chuckle at the address at the bottom of the email: Attention: Community Support, 1 Hacker Way, Menlo Park, CA 94025

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