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Tuesday, 8 May 2012

Spotlight: Guest Post: Happily Ever Afters by Kerrianne Coombes

It is with pleasure I welcome Kerrianne Coombes to Book Angel Booktopia today to share her love of Happy Ending (me too). Over to Kerrianne:

I am here to celebrate my new release called The One That Got Away And as part of the celebration, I am offering one commenter a chance to win a copy of the novella.

So what are you waiting for - leave a comment [ : D ] 

Why I love a happily ever after…

We live our lives reaching for something, right? Every day we wake up, go to work and try to have a great day. We try our hardest and sometimes even that is not enough. Your boss is either being difficult, or your kids drive you mad. Not every day is perfect. Sometimes you just need to close off your mind from the piles of bills, and the messy house. Sometimes you just need to stop for a while.

That is where my books come in.

I don’t know about you, but reading is a form of escapism. I love nothing more than to sink into a great book and be swept up into a world where the bad guys get their comeuppance, and love always wins. If I choose to read a book, I don’t want to come away feeling disappointed, angry or even depressed. I guess that is my choice—but I want to put a book down and sigh happily. If life cant be perfect outside of a book, it doesn’t mean that it shouldn’t be inside the book. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not all roses and plane sailing in my books, but you will always get a happily ever after.

Synopsis from Author

When William Adams is forced to return to his home village to bury his drunk, violent father, memories of his first love rise. Driven from his childhood home at eighteen, William had begged his girlfriend Cammy, to go with him. With only a bag of clothes and a twenty pound note, he had nothing to offer her, except his love and devotion. When she refused to flee with him, Will was crushed. He left his town and his first love and vowed never to return.

Ten years later, regret and unfinished business force him to rescind his vow.

Camilia Jones, pub owner and bitter singleton is stuck in a rut. Constantly hurt by the popular misconception that she is miserable and surly, and not able to move past the attack that ruined her life and left her permanently scarred. She is tired, broken and utterly alone. When William Adams, the man who stole her heart arrives back in the village, Cammy feels her old self come back to life


  1. Fab post - I love books with happy endings too (I think they're my favourite type)!

  2. Yay it's Kerrianne on your fabby blog. Two of my favourite people together. I love Kerrianne's writing and books. I love happy endings. xx

  3. OMG i love these types of books. i think i'm gonna soon kills my eyes... but who cares ;P

  4. I know what you mean I find read a way to escape into a exciting new life :P 


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