This week, I’m spotlighting a new story from the international bestselling author of If you love me, I’m yours, Ninja School Mum and Babe Driven.
Take a look at Shh… It’s our secret.
Violet has a secret that could change the lives of everyone she knows and loves, especially the regulars at the run-down café bar where she works. After losing her parents at a young age, they are the closest thing she has to a family and she feels responsible for them.
Kai is a jaded music producer who has just moved outside of town. Seeking solitude from the stress of his job, he’s looking for seclusion. The only problem is he can’t seem to escape the band members and songwriters who keep showing up at his house.
When Kai wanders into the bar and Violet’s life, he accidently discovers her closely guarded secret. Can Kai help her rediscover her self-confidence or should some secrets remain undiscovered?
To give you a bit of background, here’s a message from the author.
Thank you for inviting me onto your blog today and for the wonderful support of the launch of my latest book.
My main character, Violet, struggles with self-belief and feels and unappreciated by the sister who raised her and by her closest friends. Working in a rundown café bar, Violet is at the heart of the community and wants to find a way to make the bar become profitable and bring new customers into the town.
Violet always saves the last piece of cake for two zany pensions to share, as they come to the café bar to stay warm. She feels like they are her surrogates family and dreams about helping them all to relieve their daily struggles financially. To do this Violet has to tackle her own in a critic in foster new confidence, which means sharing her long held secret with the world and stepping into the limelight. This is a story of putting fears aside and being brave enough to reach for your dreams, even when they seem so far away that touching them feels impossible.
Here’s more about Lizzie, including links to all her work,
International bestselling author and award-winning inventor, Lizzie Chantree, started her own business at the age of 18 and became one of Fair Play London and The Patent Office’s British Female Inventors of the Year in 2000. She discovered her love of writing fiction when her children were little and now works as a business mentor and runs a popular networking hour on social media, where creatives can support to each other. She writes books full of friendship and laughter, that are about women with unusual and adventurous businesses, who are far stronger than they realise. She lives with her family on the coast in Essex.
Book links: Lizzie Chantree.
Universal book buy link for Shh… It’s Our Secret: mybook.to/ItsOurSecret
Universal book buy link for The little ice cream shop: viewbook.at/IceCreamShopByTheSea
Universal book buy link: Networking for writers: viewbook.at/NetworkingForWriters
Universal book buy link: If you love me, I’m yours: viewbook.at/IfYouLoveMe-ImYours
Universal book buy link: Ninja School Mum: viewBook.at/NinjaSchoolMum
Universal book buy link: Babe Driven: viewbook.at/BabeDriven
Universal book buy link: Love’s Child: viewBook.at/Amazon-LovesChild
Universal book buy link: Finding Gina: viewbook.at/FindingGina
Social media links:
Author page: viewAuthor.at/LizzieChantree
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