More Time For The Beach

More Time For The Beach

The Boys of Summer Series #0

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by Victoria Purman

$29.99

Imprint: Mira - AU

Release date: 2015-12-14

Pages: 816 Pages

ISBN: 9781760372026

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When Lizzie Blake knocks on the door of Dan's beach house at Middle Point, she wonders what happened to the guy who swaggered into her home town with a grin and left with her heart in his back pocket – and whether he will ever be that man again.

Dan's made some crazy decisions since his near fatal car accident. The first one was to buy a dilapidated shack at Middle Point. The second crazy decision was to hide from the world when Lizzie Blake is determined to drag him right back into it…

February or Forever – Juliet Madison

Chrissie Burns has a plan: renovate her late aunt's rundown beach house, sell it, and move on. But Tarrin's Bay has a lot to offer, and Chrissie's young son begins to open up. Now, Chrissie is shocked to discover she will be the private yoga instructor to Drew Williams, Australia's top singer/songwriter.

Drew's down–to–earth nature draws happiness out of Chrissie and though days of stretching may bring Chrissie peace, she knows that this interlude must end. Because there's no pose to aid her if Drew leaves her heart broken.

Fairway to Heaven – Lily Malone

Jennifer Gates didn't expect to find her boyfriend, Golf Pro Jack, giving one of his students a very private lesson. Jenn retreats to the Culhane family beach shack on Geographe Bay, hoping a weekend away her young son will give her the space she needs after Jack's betrayal.

Brayden Culhane also seeking sanctuary by the sea and Jenn can't help but remember the kiss they shared. As long–buried feelings are rekindled, can Jenn trust Brayden with her heart – and learn to trust her body, too?

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Victoria Purman

Victoria Purman

Victoria Purman is an Australian top ten and USA Today bestselling fiction author. Her most recent bestseller, The Land Girls, was published in April 2019. The Last of the Bonegilla Girls, a novel based on her mother's post-war migration to Australia, was published in 2018. Her previous novel The Three Miss Allens became a USA Today bestseller in April 2019. She is a regular guest at writers festivals, a mentor and workshop presenter and was a judge in the fiction category for the 2018 Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature. To find out more, visit Victoria on her website.  You can...
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