VK Tritschler weaves a character who is facing PTSD. Who wouldn't have stress and anxiety after facing a devistating Earthquake. What I love about VK's latest book is that her character is flawed and must overcome her shortcomings in order to find her happily ever after. I felt for Samantha and could see why she was making the choices she did.
Disillusioned and suffering severe anxiety from the Christchurch earthquakes, Samantha Morgan is on the hunt for a rich husband and a quiet life to save her sanity. She moves to Port Victor, a town with the highest per capita millionaires, in the sweeping South Australian countryside. There she meets Max who doesn't fit her strict criteria, and is torn between her attraction for him and her goals for herself.
Max Haydon enjoys farming and keeping a low profile in his small town and has no intention of taking over the family's expansive business ventures. But when his parents hire the beautiful, complicated Samantha to uncover a fraudster, he has to think twice about getting involved. With Samantha kidnapped, time is running out.
Can they find love despite their different agendas, or will the risks be too costly for them both?
You won't want to stop reading! Now available for preorder, make sure you grab your own copy today!
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Releases on Oct. 6th
And be sure to check out another wonderful story by VK Tritschler in Magic & Mischief. Now Available everywhere!
VK Tritschler is a full-time busy body, and part-time imagination conjurer. She lives on the amazing Eyre Peninsula in South Australia, having moved there from her hometown of Christchurch, New Zealand. Her family consists of a very patient husband, two rampant boys and too many pets to mention.
She has a wonderful set of amazing writers who support her in the form of Eyre Writers, and in return she offers crowd control services for the Youth section who are the future best-selling Australian authors.
Her first book “The Secret Life of Sarah Meads” was released in 2018 and since then she has participated in the NYC Writing Challenge, the Clunes Booktown, and helped organize and run the Eyre Writers Festival. Ever available to her readership you can find her at: