Could You Fall In Brit Love?

Hot, contemporary romances with a distinctly British flavour. Gorgeous heroes, beautiful heroines and iconic locations.

Saturday, 9 March 2013

Last minute Mothers' Day present

Do you need a last minute Mothers' Day present?   What could be better than some hot romance to perk up her day?   A lot less calories than chocolate and a great deal more fun!

Erika Fenn fled England to escape a broken heart and found worldwide fame as a singer-songwriter.   Five years later, exhausted and on the verge of losing her voice, she’s back in Britain.   And the last person she wants to see is Aiden Thirstan, the man who broke her heart in the first place.

Not only did Aiden wreck her past but her future’s under threat now too.   The question is, does Erika trust Aiden enough to let him help her?   And if she does, can she trust herself not to fall in love with him all over again?

When London solicitor, Allie Lawless, is sent to help barrister Radford Byrne prepare a huge court case, it’s lust at first sight.   Radford’s gorgeous.   Melt your bones with his big, blue eyes gorgeous.   A brooding, mean and moody, beast between the sheets type of man.   Allie is Radford’s favourite kind of sexy: tall and curvy with glistening red lipstick – the type that leaves kiss marks on a man’s chest he never wants to wash off.   With sparks flying from the moment they meet, how will they ever keep their relationship strictly professional?

To make these stories even more exciting, they have their own Tumblr and Pinterest pages, with pictures of the novels' iconic locations and story extracts.  Share the romance by finding out more about the books' settings and visiting the places the characters live, work and fall in love.

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Avis xx

Tuesday, 5 March 2013


Although  I've never read any Steampunk, I've seen lots of amazing pictures of fantastical machines and costumes.   Therefore, when I saw this huge sculpture in Manchester, Steampunk immediately came to mind.   

I didn't write down any details about the statue when I took the picture so subsequently searched online where it's described as a Saxaphone sculpture. 

Here are the details I've found but, if anyone else had any more info, please leave me a comment.

Sunday, 3 March 2013

Going For Gold

At the tail end of winter, I thought it would be a nice idea to post a picture that reminds us all of last summer. This was taken in Manchester just after the London Olympics.   Britain repainted its pillar boxes in the home towns of gold medal winners.  This one's on Churchgate, just outside Manchester Town Hall, and was repainted in honour of cyclist, Jason Kenny.

However, until summer comes around again, it's the perfect time to snuggle down somewhere cosy and read some hot romance.   And if you want to read something as British as red pillar boxes, you could try something of mine.

Hot romance with a British accent, in iconic locations.   What more could a romance reader ask for?

Avis xx