Release Day: Flying Doctors Anthology

Flying Doctors[3]With the cooler weather comes reading weather 🙂 Harlequin Australia have re-released three of my medical romances that feature flying doctors and bound them all under the one cover ….And with a handsome guy on the front. 😉

If you crave a bit of outback heat and dust and an emotional read, you might wish to revisit the Warragurra Duo of Wedding at Warragurra and the The Playboy Doctor’s Marriage Proposal. There is also my Tiwi Island set book, The Doctor Claims His Bride. If you click on the links, they take you to my website where you can read an excerpt and see photos of where the books are set. Meanwhile, here is a quick precis.

 

Wedding at Warragurra. Single father Dr Baden Tremontlanding moved to the Outback for a fresh start, and is focusing on raising his young daughter and his job as a flying doctor.But working together side by side with new flight nurse Kate Lawson, Baden realises that there’s more to life than his work. They have both loved and lost in the past, and it will take courage now if they are to be a family together. Baden decides that he’s going to make that happen. Somehow, some way, he’s going to make Kate his Outback bride.

The Playboy Doctor’s Marriage Proposal. Emily Tippett is a fabulous nurse – all the residents of Warragurra love her. Yet rarely does anyone see the real woman hiding behind the uniform – that is until her gorgeous new boss Linton Gregory arrives.
On the face of it, Linton is not what Emily needs. An expert at protecting his own heart, this charming doctor prefers to date and move on… But Linton has seen the beauty that Emily is trying to hide – and she has captured his heart. He’s ready to go from playboy doctor to husband-to-be

The Doctor Claims His Bride. A nurse worth waiting for. Nurse Mia TiwiIslands_largeLatham thinks she’s found the perfect solution to get her life in order — a new job on an idyllic tropical island. But, thanks to her arrogant, teasing and devastatingly handsome new boss Dr Flynn Harrington, life isn’t quite as simple as she might have hoped!

Flynn can see Mia is hiding secrets, but the one thing she can’t disguise is her passion for him! Flynn knows a thing or two about running away, but something about this beautiful nurse makes him want to unpack his suitcases and settle down — with Mia!

You can buy Flying Doctors in physcial form at Dymocks, Big W, Kmart, Booktopia, Fishpond, Boomerang Books and in eBook form from iBooks, Amazon, Booktopia.

For US and Canadian readers, these stories are available as single novels at all eBook retailers. Check out my website for the buy links.

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New Digital Releases in the USA

Unknown-2Last year, Harlequin started digitalizing the Mills & Boon medical romances of mine that had never been released in America. Now the last three books have hit the eBook stores 🙂 YAY!

Career Girl in the Country, (female surgeon in an Australian outback mining town) The Doctor Claims His Bride (A flying doctor and a remote area nurse on an indigenous island off the coast of Darwin) and The Surgeon’s Special Delivery (my first surrogacy story) are all up and ready to read!

To find out more, click on each title. This will take you to my website where you can read about the books, see photos that inspired the stories and for your convenience, find the buy links to the most popular eBook stores 🙂 I’m anything if not helpful 😉

If you have missed any of my 25 medical romances, this is the ideal opportunity for  a catch up:-)

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Happy Australia Day!

IMG_1149.JPGAustralia Day, January 26, is the biggest day of celebration in the country and is observed as a public holiday in all states and territories.

On Australia Day we come together as a nation to celebrate what’s great about Australia and being Australian. It’s the day to reflect on what we have achieved and what we can be proud of in our great nation. It’s the day for us to re-commit to making Australia an even better place for the future.

Australia Day means different things to different people and this is especially true for the First Australians. For many Indigenous Australians 26 January is an occasion to reflect on past loss and suffering.

There are also those in the wider community who share these mixed emotions about our national day, and they appreciate the efforts of event organisers to acknowledge that Australia Day evokes a variety of emotions.

Australia Day means different things to different people and this is especially true for the First Australians. For many Indigenous Australians 26 January is an occasion to reflect on past loss and suffering.

There are Australia Day awards recognising service in all shapes and forms and it is also a day many migrants decide to adopt Australia as their country and they take up citizenship. They are given a certificate and a small native plant to mark this significant occasion.

My family generally attend a family day by the sea where there are free rides, fire works and community groups spruiking their activities. The smell of onions, sausages, falafels, souvlaki and ice cream fill the air…. a true representation of our multicultural society.

To celebrate, I’m giving away my Warragurra Duo; two books set under the vast Aussie Outback sky. To enter, head over to my Facebook Author Page.AUSTRALIA DAY GIVEAWAY!