Audiobook,  Publishing

Introducing… The Big Uneasy and a fantastic opportunity to win an audiobook!

The Big Uneasy, my ninth novel and the second book in the Around the World series, will be released on 9th October 2018.

They say opposites attract, but can lightning strike twice?

Rebecca has convinced Arabella to accompany her on a trip to New Orleans. Both women are struggling to figure out their new relationship as Rebecca gives Arabella the space she requests, and Arabella comes to terms with her unexpected feelings for the younger woman.

Meeting Rebecca’s friend, Jenn, gives them the chance to learn more about each other. While Jenn starts to fall for her own older woman from out of town.

The Big Uneasy follows the adventures of Rebecca and Arabella from my earlier novel, The Road Ahead, as they visit the vibrant city of New Orleans.

There’s no better way to prepare for The Big Uneasy than to reread The Road Ahead… except maybe to listen to it. And, as luck would have it, just last month the audiobook of The Road Ahead—narrated by the fabulous Ella Lynch—was released through Audible.

To celebrate the upcoming release of my ninth novel, I’m giving away some free audiobook codes so you can listen to The Road Ahead at no cost! Great news, right?

To enter the contest, simply fill out the form below and winners will be randomly selected later this week.

Please note that I only have codes for users of Audible.com or Audible.co.uk—apologies if this doesn’t apply to you. For those who don’t use Audible in these countries please select the “other” option and if your name is selected I will send you a free eBook instead of an audiobook code.

Best of luck!

This contest is now closed with over 20 audiobooks given away for FREE! Stay tuned for more giveaways

2 Comments

  • Maricela

    Since this was posted on my bday, and due a hard busy week I still haven’t been able to celebrate. This would be a great bday present and a way to finally celebrate 😀

  • Dawn-marie Eyles

    I have just finished, The big uneasy. I thoroughly enjoyed it and was sad when it ended. I would of liked to know how it went when they got back to the hotel! Is Arabella finally converted to the best side? Is Kathryn initiated into the team of toaster ovens or just toasters if you’re English?
    The characters are multilayered and not who you would commonly associate with each other, but it makes sense they should work, after the characters develop As the story progresses.
    What most impressed me was the feeling of New Orleans, I felt as though I was there listening to the jazz in the air with the sultry heat, and the street parades and the all knowing Miss mae, it was as though I had met her!
    Thank you for the day of escapism, and as usual I eager await the next book as an avid fan. Thank you

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