NEW RELEASE ALERT: Miranda Lee ‘Australian Playboys’

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How’s this for BIG news! Aussie author Miranda Lee’s latest Mills & Boon Special Release is out today!

Complete with three fabulous stories about Australian playboys, this will certainly warm even the coldest Winter night!

 

The Playboy’s Virgin
Harry Wilde was a brilliant advertising tycoon; his penthouse overlooked Sydney Harbour and his address book brimmed with beautiful women. But Harry needed a challenge. It came in the guise of an outback barmaid who’d inherited Femme Fatale, an ailing lingerie firm. Tanya was eager and intelligent; she could be groomed into a beauty. In no time at all Harry had helped her take charge of Femme Fatale — and had fallen for her. Tanya was the marrying kind, but he only ever had affairs! Should he take a chance?

The Playboy In Pursuit
First, Val Seymour demanded that Lucille relocate him to the best penthouse in Sydney within hours. Then he confidently expected her to move into his bed! Val appeared to be the ruthless rogue Lucille had anticipated, and yet he was also charming, intelligent and…sensitive. Lucille almost believed that Val wasn’t just looking to make her another notch on his bedpost, but was he the kind of man she’d been searching for — the kind who wanted a wife…

The Virgin Bride
When handsome bachelor Dr Jason Steel took up residence in the small Australian town of Tindley, he soon knew who he wanted as his wife. Though Emma Churchill hesitated when Jason proposed, he was prepared to wait until she gave him her answer. The thought of making love to his virgin wife on their wedding night appealed to a part of him he’d never known existed…

Mills & Boon
Amanzon

 

 

About the Author:
Miranda Lee was born at Port Macquarie, a popular seaside town on the Mid-North Coast of New South Wales, Australia, and is the youngest of four children. Her father was a country school teacher and brilliant sportsman. Her mother was a talented dressmaker. When Miranda was ten, her father was transferred to Gosford, another coastal town in the countryside, much closer to Sydney.

After leaving her convent school, Miranda briefly studied the cello before moving to Sydney, where she embraced the emerging world of computers. Her career as a programmer ended after she married, had three daughters and bought a small acreage in a semi-rural community.

Following this, Miranda attempted greyhound training, as well as horse and goat breeding, but was left dissatisfied. She yearned to find a creative career from which she could earn money. When her sister suggested writing romances, it seemed like a good idea. She could do it at home, and it might even be fun!

It took a decade of trial and error before her first romance, After the Affair, was accepted and published. At that time, Miranda, her husband, and her three daughters had moved back to the Central Coast, where they could enjoy the sun and the surf lifestyle once again.

Not long into her writing career, Miranda committed herself to writing a six-book series entitled, The Hearts of Fire (reissued April – September 2001 as Secrets & Sins), with a deadline of just nine short months. Bravely, her husband left his executive position to stay home and support Miranda’s writing career. He learned to cook and to clean, two invaluable household skills.

Numerous successful stories followed, each embodying Miranda’s trademark style: pacy and sexy rhythms; passionate, real-life characters; and enduring, memorable story lines. She has one credo when writing romances: Don’t bore the reader! Millions of fans world-wide agree she never does.

 

Find Miranda online:
Mills & Boon
Amazon

 

 

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