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07/08/2014: Pperback Publication Day for Monsoon Mists

Monsoon Mists at last! I'm so pleased to have the final instalment in my Kinross trilogy available - it feels as if I've come full circle and although there are other members of that family trying to attract my attention, I feel I can leave them for now and get on with other things.

As I'm not a champagne kind of girl, I will be celebrating with some cake and chocolate today, but feel free to raise a glass to Monsoon Mists if you want to!

Blurb for Monsoon Mists

Sometimes the most precious things cannot be bought…

It's 1759 and Jamie Kinross has travelled far to escape his troubled existence - from the pine forests of Sweden to the bustling streets of India.

Jamie starts a new life as a gem trader, but when his mentor's family are kidnapped as part of a criminal plot, he vows to save them and embarks on a dangerous mission to the city of Surat, carrying the stolen talisman of an Indian Rajah.

There he encounters Zarmina Miller. She is rich and beautiful, but her infamous haughtiness has earned her a nickname: "The Ice Widow". Jamie is instantly tempted by the challenge she presents.

When it becomes clear that Zarmina's step-son is involved in the plot Jamie begins to see another side to her - a dark past to rival his own and a heart just waiting to be thawed. But is it too late?

I'll be a guest on various blogs during the coming weeks and I kick off on the lovely Tara's blog Book Babe today - many thanks to Tara for hosting!

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