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Bring Me Sunshine

Published Date: December 19, 2013

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Sometimes, you’ve just got to take the plunge …

When marine biologist, Jenny Payne, agrees to spend Christmas working on the Cape Adare cruise ship to escape a disastrous love affair, she envisions a few weeks of sunny climes, cocktails and bronzed men …

What she gets is an Antarctic expedition, extreme weather, and a couple of close shaves with death. And then there’s her fellow passengers; Vera, the eccentric, elderly crime writer and Lian, a young runaway in pursuit of forbidden love …

There’s also Kit Walker; the mysterious and handsome man who is renting the most luxurious cabin on the ship, but who nobody ever sees.

As the expedition progresses, Jenny finds herself becoming increasingly obsessed with the enigmatic Kit and the secrets he hides. Will she crack the code before the return journey or is she bound for another disappointment?

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Janet Gover

Janet Gover

Janet lives in Surrey with her English husband but grew up in the Australian outback surrounded by books. She solved mysteries with Sherlock Holmes, explored jungles with Edgar Rice Burroughs and shot to the stars with Isaac Asimov and Ray Bradbury. After studying journalism at Queensland University she became a television journalist, first in Australia, then in Asia and Europe. During her career Janet saw and did a lot of unusual things. She met one Pope, at least three Prime Ministers, a few movie stars and a dolphin. Janet now works in television production and travels extensively with her job.

Janet’s first short story, The Last Dragon, was published in 2002. Since then she has published numerous short stories, one of which won the Elizabeth Goudge Award from the Romantic Novelists’ Association. She has previously published three novels with Little Black Dress, Flight to Coorah Creek is her debut with Choc Lit and Bring Me Sunshine her first Choc Lit Lite ebook novella.

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  1. Clare
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    I thought this was an interesting angle for a romance novel. I bought it as I’ve always been fascinated by the Antarctic since studying Geography at Uni. I thought the descriptions were great and I could really see the ship and the settings in my mind. I loved the range of characters, the author must have really thought about them all. I love to read a V J Horsley crime novel and I’d love to know how Lian get on with her parents when she tells them abot the baby and husband. As for the main characters again well described and beleivable, I loved the mystery surrounding Kit, after the initial sensual sighting he becomes elusive and thought provoking for Jenny. I would describe Kit a a Dark Chocolate Mint Cream – Dark, irresistable and slighty bitter with a refreshingly soft and satsifying inner core.
    Would highly recommend this novella and can’t wait for Ms Gover’s new book in the spring.

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