Now in paperback

Jill Kargman explores every groupie’s fantasy in The Rock Star in Seat 3A – A novel.Hazel is successful offbeat downtown girl who seems to have it all. She has a cool job designing computer games, a sweet chef boyfriend, and a very cool family. On a trip out west to launch her hip company’s latest game, Hazel is upgraded to first class. There she meets her all-time crush rock star Finn Schiller.

 

Finn sweeps Hazel off her feet with a whirlwind courtship that rocks her world. Hazel is dazed by lust and blinded by star dust. Soon she has to choose between her own life and being the girl with the band.

 

Read this sexy page turner on the beach or in a hammock with your favourite playlist in the background.

Jill Kargman explores every groupie’s fantasy in The Rock Star in Seat 3A – A novel.

 

Hazel is successful offbeat downtown girl who seems to have it all. She has a cool job designing computer games, a sweet chef boyfriend, and a very cool family. On a trip out west to launch her hip company’s latest game, Hazel is upgraded to first class. There she meets her all-time crush rock star Finn Schiller.

 

Finn sweeps Hazel off her feet with a whirlwind courtship that rocks her world. Hazel is dazed by lust and blinded by star dust. Soon she has to choose between her own life and being the girl with the band.

 

Read this sexy page turner on the beach or in a hammock with your favourite playlist in the background.

Hazel is successful offbeat downtown girl who seems to have it all. She has a cool job designing computer games, a sweet chef boyfriend, and a very cool family. On a trip out west to launch her hip company’s latest game, Hazel is upgraded to first class. There she meets her all-time crush rock star Finn Schiller.

 
Finn sweeps Hazel off her feet with a whirlwind courtship that rocks her world. Hazel is dazed by lust and blinded by star dust. Soon she has to choose between her own life and being the girl with the band.
 
Read this sexy page turner on the beach or in a hammock with your favourite playlist in the background.
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Beach reading

Dandelion Summer by Lisa Wingate is the sweet tale of an improbable friendship between an old man and lost teenage girl. Epiphany Jones is the bright but lonely teenager. She and her mother moved to Dallas to be with her new stepfather. They live in a rough neighbourhood where being a good student can get you beaten up, and Epie is often alone as her parents work long hours.


After Epie gets into a spot of trouble trying to fit in at school her mother gets her an after school job looking after J. Norman Alvord, a retired aerospace engineer. J Norman is fighting to stay independent after a heart attack that has left him weak. He is cranky and withdrawn, but determined to solve the mystery of his childhood, something that has plagued him all of his life.
 
Together, he and Epie form an unlikely friendship and empower each to reach their goals. J. Norman encourages Epie to stand up for herself and to use her considerable intellect. His peaceful and well-appointed home offers her sanctuary from her rough neighbourhood and empty apartment. Epie helps J. Norman accomplish what he can no longer do on his own.
 
Together they embark on a life-changing adventure.
 
Dandelion Summer is saved from being overly-sentimental and predictable by Wingate’s gift for memorable characters. Epie and J. Norman are real, and so are their problems and pain. This is a contemporary tale about the all-too common alienation faced by the young and elderly today.
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Peachy-beachy street

On Folly Beach by Karen White is a story of love and loss that moves between two wars. This delicious summer read tells the tale of several women and their wartime loves on FollyBeach, a magical island off the coast of South Carolina

Janie, a young war widow and librarian, arrives in FollyIsland and buys the local book store. She’s hoping to forget the pain of her recent loss. As she moves into her new home and store, she discovers the mystery behind the tangled loves and losses of the two cousins who lived and worked there during the World War Two.

 
The intriguing tale is filled with romance, passion, envy, and intrigue. Karen White deftly entwines the two periods as she tells love stories of three flawed, but human women.  
 
On FollyBeach was meant for lazy summer days. We loved Karen White’s The House on Tradd Street. Her latest book did not disappoint.
 
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