Someone Like You Victoria Purman
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?
About the Author
Australian author Victoria Purman is published by Harlequin Australia and Tule Publishing. Her debut novel, Nobody But Him
, was published in October 2013; her second, Someone Like You
, in February 2014; and her third in the Boys of Summer trilogy, Our Kind of Love
, was published in November 2014.
Her first novella for Tule Publishing, The Millionaire, was released in January 2015
Her most recent book, Only We Know
, was published in May 2015.
She began her career as a cadet journalist at the ABC in Adelaide and, since then, has worked in varied jobs in the media, including as a media manager in the public sector, a publicist, a freelance journalist, a political adviser, a speechwriter, and a consultant editor.
In 2013, Victoria was selected as a Writer in Residence at the SA Writers Centre.
In 2014, she was named a finalist in the category Favourite New Author 2013 by the Australian Romance Readers Association, and made the long list for Booktopia’s poll, Favourite Australian Novelist 2014. In 2015, Victoria made the final 75 in that list. In 2014, Victoria was a finalist in the RuBY Awards – the Romance Writers of Australia’s Romantic Book of the Year Awards – for Nobody But Him.
Victoria has been a featured author at the 2014 Adelaide Writers Week, at the SA Readers and Writers Festival in 2014, and was a featured author at the 2015 Sydney Writers Festival on a panel entitle, ‘Beyond Dukes and Damsels’. She is Deputy Chair of the Board of the SA Writers Centre and is a Board member of Carclew Youth Arts.
“I’ve spent my working life writing words for real people, but now very much enjoy creating dialogue and happy-ever-afters for my imaginary characters.”