Priscilla Brown writes fun contemporary romances, where the main characters spark off each other while struggling with the challenges each presents, and their different lifestyles and dreams.
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Dancing the Reel
On a working holiday in Britain, Australian journalist Jasmine takes one last assignment before returning home. Stuck on a tiny wild Scottish island, where the only inhabitants are a brusque ex-politician, her dour housekeeper and a hundred sheep, Jazz struggles to render the woman’s scathing memoirs publishable. Her lifeline, literally when he rescues her during treacherous weather, is the pirate-lookalike ferry deckhand, Angus, who may be more than he seems. He takes her to his “lair” on a nearby island for an exhilarating evening of Scottish dancing, where undercurrents of desire surge between them. When her father has a serious accident, she rushes to Australia earlier than planned, leaving unresolved the flaring relationship between her and Angus. His circumstances mean he must live on the island. Are a few nights of glorious passion and a shared fondness for fruit and nut chocolate enough to entice her back?
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Other contemporary romances by Priscilla for your reading pleasure:
For mechanic Billie, repairing cars is easier than perking up her love life. She runs her successful business, raises a teenager, and has a loving family, but she’s missing a special someone. When childhood friend Zac, whose family secretly left town years ago, calls into her service station by chance, they’re astonished to come across each other. A freelance photographer, Zac shocks himself with the sudden need to stay a while in this small historic country town and get to know Billie again. Working together to deal with the alarming unsympathetic redevelopment of the town including loss of her business, they are concerned when related evidence surfaces of an unsavory clandestine past association between their families. their friendship blossoms; for Zac, struggling to cope after a personal tragedy, warm-hearted Billie is easy to talk to, but he cannot let himself love her. Billie is unsettled to find her long-mislaid hormones leaping into life. But dare she risk loving someone carrying so much baggage? Can Zac allow Billie to help him heal?
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Single and sick of it, Gina puts a decent long-term relationship at the top of her wish list for life in this city new to her. She’s headhunted for deputy at an international business college; no way could Lee, her workaholic boss, be the goods on said list. Especially as they have a history: at high school they competed and fought over grades and the swim squad, yet underlying this was a companionship brought to an end by tragedies at age seventeen. He holds a secret to do with her family that she has a right to know; he’s reluctant to tell her, but she can’t trust him until he does. Not only undercurrents of their teenage rivalry but also of their old friendship surge between them, and they struggle to maintain the barrier between the professional and the personal. Her lover shopping is not going well: by weird date number three, she’s suffering terminal boredom…
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He almost runs her over, she breaks a shoe in a drain…what can he do but play Prince Charming? This near accident caused by Alistair is Cassandra’s introduction to life in the fun lane. Both fresh out of inappropriate relationships and jobs, each is novelty value for the other. But their exes are pulling tricks to be reinstated, offering lifestyles where income is guaranteed. So can Cassie’s passion for fashioning silver jewellery and Al’s for re-purposing driftwood timber keep then fed? And is this too-much-too-soon chemistry fizzing between them fit for the long haul?
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Sealing the Deal
Excited that television producer Kyle wants to shoot his blockbuster drama not only in her struggling town but on her cash-strapped alpaca farm, Mayor Anna sees his company’s fee as a solution to financial predicaments. But can she survive accusations of payola? Is this sexy younger man buying her influence against community opposition, or could he possibly want her for the generous loving nature masked by her business suit?
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Read about Olivia and Callum in Hot Ticket …
What kinky no-hoper would attach his business cards to the sexiest bras in a glamorous boutique? Ambitious Sydney lawyer Olivia, seconded for six months to Darwin after ending a toxic affair with her boss, looks forward to a rest from men, but curiosity leads her to investigate the guy at the cafe identified on his card. Shocked at the kick of heat when barista Callum, light years away from a no-hoper, serves her coffee topped with a chocolate heart, she finds the tropical climate not the only steamy aspect of her new life. Love or her career? Will she listen to her heart or to her head before it’s too late?
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And enjoy the story of Cristina’s Caribbean romance …
After a failed marriage, men are off Cristina’s essentials list. No way does romance figure in her expectations of her working holiday at a luxury Caribbean resort. The resort’s pilot has other ideas, aiming to put himself at the top of said list. Can this zany charmer break through Cristi’s defences? But is he a playboy with secrets?
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Priscilla is proud to be an author published by BWL Publishing Inc.