The Baronet's Blackout Bombshell by Raven McAllan

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Your past has a habit of catching up with you. Bare-assed, climbing a wall, would be one of those times, naturally.

Chrissie thought her humiliation was complete when Baronet Archie called off their engagement. However, meeting him again, when she is attempting to break back into her temporary residence, takes embarrassment to new heights. Will he turn her in to her boss or do the gentlemanly thing and look the other way? Archie has never forgotten his little bombshell. Being so visibly reminded of her attributes makes him determined to atone for his past mistakes.

There is nothing quite like a war going on to remind you that life is short and there for the taking. Can Archie convince Chrissie he's here to stay, or will circumstances drive them apart once more?

About Raven McAllan

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Ever since I won not one but two Cadbury Where Does Chocolate Come From? competitions in primary school, I was convinced one day I would write a book. My parents encouraged me. My schoolteachers despaired of me-flowery, romantic, not factual. Hey, I loved weaving stories about anything and anyone!So what happened to my grand ideas?Life got in the way.So more years later than I am prepared to disclose (a woman has to have some secrets!), here I am, with Breathless Press giving me my big chance. Thanks, B.P.Married to my own hero (how cheesy is that?) after a couple of failed hero attempts, we live on the edge of a Scottish forest with two cats and three children as frequent visitors. And now two grandkids. Lucky or what?I write on my laptop in my study, watching the birds on the bird table, the strange big, black, fluffy I'm pretending to be a bird cat sitting on the table and trying to convince the many birds he is invisible, occasionally seeing deer and red squirrel moving past. I am privileged.As a non-closet romantic, sometimes neurotic, and lover of words, I so enjoy getting involved with my hero and heroines. I hope you do too.Wallflower's Don't Wilt is the first novel of mine to be published, and can I admit it was written as a dare? Yup, my crit group-Up And Coming Writers-dared me to write it, and then nagged, encouraged, edited, and niggled until I sent it to Breathless Press. My lovely editor, Jackie, saw something in it...and hey, presto, (well, not really, but it sounds good) I am a published author.
Published September 14, 2012 by Breathless Press. 45 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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