Today I am excited to participate in the cover reveal for the first book in Phillipa Ashley’s new series The Penwith Trilogy, SUMMER AT THE CORNISH CAFE. I’m sure you’ll agree that it makes you wish for those warm summer days. Be sure to check out the synopsis and right now it is only 99p on Amazon Kindle.
SUMMER AT THE CORNISH CAFE
Release Date: 5th May 2016
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Demi doesn’t expect her summer in Cornwall to hold anything out of the ordinary. As a waitress, working all hours to make ends meet, washing dishes and serving ice creams seems to be as exciting as the holiday season is about to get.
That’s until she meets Cal Penwith. An outsider, like herself, Cal is persuaded to let Demi help him renovate his holiday resort, Kilhallon Park. Set above an idyllic Cornish cove, the once popular destination for tourists has now gone to rack and ruin. During the course of the Cornish summer, Demi makes new friends – and foes – as she helps the dashing and often infuriating Cal in his quest. Working side by side, the pair grow close, but Cal has complications in his past which make Demi wonder if he could ever truly be interested in her.
Demi realises that she has finally found a place she can call home. But as the summer draws to a close, and Demi’s own reputation as an up and coming café owner starts to spread, she is faced with a tough decision . . .
A gorgeous story exploring new beginnings, new love and new opportunities, set against the stunning background of the Cornish coast. Phillipa Ashley has written a feisty, compelling heroine who leaps off the page and encourages you to live your summer to the full.
Recommended for readers who loved Summer at Shell Cottage, The Cornish House, Tremarnock and Poldark.. . .
ABOUT JOANNE TAYLOR
Phillipa Ashley is award-winning romantic novelist published by Penguin, Headline and Piatkus as well as numerous international publishers. After studying English at Oxford, she worked as a copywriter and journalist before writing her debut novel, which won the RNA’s New Writers’ award and was later made into a TV movie. She lives in a village in the heart of England with her husband and daughter. She also writes the Oxford Blue series of red hot romance for Penguin Books.