[Free eBook] Summer at the Dog & Duck by Jill Steeples [Cozy Contemporary Fiction with Romantic Comedy]

Summer at the Dog & Duck by by British author Jill Steeples is the 2nd novel in her Dog & Duck series of heartwarming cozy contemporary/women’s fiction with f/m romantic comedy elements, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Head of Zeus’ Aria imprint.

The series is set in the British countryside, centred around the often humorous and sometimes poignant adventures of recently-arrived landlady renovating the village pub.

This story finds budding relationships growing ever more complicated, as the landlady’s obligatory love interest’s prodigal younger sister and his glamorous secret-hiding ex both show up to make things interesting, just as the local summer charity ball is getting underway.

Offered in the UK only, available at Amazon.

Free for a limited time @ Amazon (this appeared to only be free in the UK, and only at Amazon, though if you like, you can check the other stores and regions, where YMMV: Kobo, Google Play, iTunes)

Description
The perfect summer read. Continuing the light-hearted, uplifting dramas around the ‘The Dog & Duck’ pub and the life of its landlady Ellie Browne.

Ellie Browne has found happiness running The Dog and Duck pub in the idyllic village of Little Leyton, and her blossoming romance with tall, handsome property developer, Max Golding, is going swimmingly. With her new best friend, Digby, the black Labrador at her side, life just couldn’t be sweeter.

But their peace is shattered when Max’s younger sister, Katy, turns up unannounced with a whole heap of attitude. And Max’s loyalties are stretched further when his glamorous ex, Sasha, re-appears with her own burgeoning secret.

With the master of the manor preoccupied with the demands of his ‘other women’, Ellie’s forced to consider if she has any role to play in Max’s life or in the village of Little Leyton.

Can Ellie get her life and relationship back on track in time for the summer charity ball at Braithwaite Manor?

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