I didn’t plan to write a series.
Whilst I was writing my second book, The Broken Hearts Book Club, turning it into a series wasn’t on my radar for a really long time. It was only when I realised how much the characters and setting had pulled me in that I decided I wasn’t quite ready to leave Luna Bay just yet. Luckily, my editor felt the same and we have two more Luna Bay books coming your way in 2016!
So with that in mind, let’s take a little guided tour of Luna Bay and all it has to offer…
First stop is the Moonlight Café. Run by Diane, it offers the perfect place to stop and grab a quick cup of tea and a humungous slice of cake and is just a stone’s throw from the magnificent beach. Whatever is troubling you, sampling the café’s delights will sort you out in no time!
Next is the Purple Partridge. No village would be complete without the local pub and this is no different. Jake and Lucy invite you to grab a booth or table, order a drink and allow your cares to slowly melt away. Beware though, the pub is often the scene for some pretty intense village dramas!
Trying to heal a broken heart? Luna Bay has you covered! Join the Broken Hearts Book Club and lose yourself in some enchanting stories. Lovely Lucy is the chairwoman and there’s always an extra space at the table for any lonely hearts that wander into the village.
Finally, we come to the last stop on our tour of Luna Bay: Sunflower Cottage. This charming little B&B is run by Rose and is the perfect seaside escape for anyone looking to get away from it all. Local hunk Noah Hartley can often be found helping out and there’s even talk of there being a breakfast club. But why is Emily, a high-flying hotel executive really staying there?
I hope you’ve enjoyed our little trip round Luna Bay. If you’d like to explore a little more and get to know some of the residents, The Broken Hearts Book Club is available now and The Sunflower Cottage Breakfast Club will be out on 20th June.Link to Purchase:
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