Passionfruit & Poetry by Tea Cooper
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When darling photographer of the Sydney fashion scene Xander Fitzgerald takes a shot of Jeanie Baker, his ISO settings hit red alert and no one’s life is ever the same again.

Jeanie believes she is content - a small town girl happy running the Café Cinématique with her grandmother—but with Xander’s arrival her life takes an unexpected turn and she finds herself unwillingly thrown into the limelight.

For a girl with few ambitions Jeanie’s new life is at once both terrifying and strangely liberating, and in Xander’s company she blossoms into a woman she hardly recognizes. But the sophisticated life of Sydney is full of smoke and mirrors and when her past comes back to haunt her all she wants is to head home, back to passionfruit pie and her grandmother’s warm hug.

Xander discovers he can’t have his cake and eat it too. He has to make some serious decisions, but is he prepared to give away everything he has worked for to win the woman he first glimpsed through the lens of his camera?

Sensuality Level: Sensual


About Tea Cooper

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Tea Cooper lives in a tiny time-warp village in the Hunter Valley, Australia where she finds a wealth of inspiration for her contemporary and historical novels. Discover more about her world at or connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest.
Published June 17, 2013 by Crimson Romance. 173 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Café Cinematique just outside of Sydney, Australia, is where fashion photog Xander Fitzgerald takes the picture that will change the course of his life and that of Café Cinematique's barista Jeanie. Jeanie is tasked with getting coffee and water for Xander and his crew of slim (read: emaciated) m...

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