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Issue Details: First known date: 2014... 2014 Those Summer Nights
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A pair of inter-related books by Australian authors.


y separately published work icon Her Hottest Summer Yet Ally Blake , Richmond : Mills and Boon , 2014 10026266 2014 single work novel romance

'Everything she needs for a hot summer!

'At sixteen, New York society princess Avery Shaw had the perfect holiday...right before her parents divorced. Ten years on and desperate to recapture that lazy, carefree feeling, she’s returning to tropical Australia’s Palm Cove to see her friend Claudia…

'Palm Cove might be just as beautiful – but everything else is different! Claudia’s busy working, there are creepy crawlies everywhere…and deliciously ripped surfer Jonah North always seems to be right there at the wrong time. He’s every kind of wrong - the lust is uncontrollable, and in her experience that always ends badly. But she’s leaving in two weeks - can she really turn down a tough, sexy, Aussie man?'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

Richmond : Mills and Boon , 2014
y separately published work icon The Heat of the Night Amy Andrews , Richmond : Mills and Boon , 2014 10026318 2014 single work novel romance

'It’s supposed to be all hands on deck…not on each other!

'To Claudia Davis, her Australian beach hotel is paradise. To her business partner Luke Hargreaves it’s a burden he’s desperate to shake off! Then a cyclone hits, and it’s down to them both to rebuild the resort. But keeping their minds on the job proves impossible with all those scorching hot nights alone together…

'Agreeing to a fling seems risk-free—Luke’s leaving for London soon, and surely their chemistry will have self-combusted by then? Except with time running out, it’s just getting hotter…like a fireball burning out of control…'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

Richmond : Mills and Boon , 2014

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