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It's now located over at Romance at Heart.

Blurb: Adam Jackson feels frustrated that he isn’t doing more for the war effort; a liaison job with the War cabinet is hardly as glamorous as being in the forces. Nor is London, in the grip of the Blitz, the sort of place where a young man expects to find love, especially when your ideal partner isn’t a young lady.

Hugh Scarborough—a handsome decoder from the same department—is exactly what Adam’s looking for, but will the interest be returned? And what chance can any budding romance have against a background of air raids and huddling in shelters?


The review at Speak Its Name said, "The book has an excellent start - a great first line, first paragraph, which pulls you into the story immediately - tells you where you are, when you are, who’s thinking/talking with a bare minimum of fuss. This is a rare talent in my experience..."

It's been great to have had the chance of giving the story the once over and elinating some of the 'snags'.
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"The book has an excellent start - a great first line, first paragraph, which pulls you into the story immediately - tells you where you are, when you are, who’s thinking/talking with a bare minimum of fuss. This is a rare talent in my experience, you only need to read the Dear Author first page posts to see that." Did someone as brilliant as [livejournal.com profile] erastes really say that?

Read the rest here.
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"Adam and Hugh's characters were well done even though this was such a short story. The book managed to be quite funny even with the threat of bombs and blackouts hanging over everyone. I felt as if I was actually living in London during the blitz because the author's world building was so detailed and seemed so real."

The full review can be found here

Thank you, Wave.
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In anticipation of the release of 'Lessons in Love', I've got a free read e-book, available at All Romance ebooks and at Linden Bay Romance

Summary:

Adam Jackson feels frustrated that he isn't doing more for the war effort; a liaison job with the War cabinet is hardly as glamorous as being in the forces. Nor is London, in the grip of the Blitz, the sort of place where a young man expects to find love, especially when your ideal partner isn't a young lady.

Hugh Scarborough—a handsome decoder from the same department—is exactly what Adam's looking for, but will the interest be returned? And what chance can any budding romance have against a background of air raids and huddling in shelters?

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