It’s been a wild couple of weeks for me as I celebrate the release of my debut book, Contract for Marriage, but it’s wonderful to be at Romance Book Paradise and chatting to your readers. Thanks so much for having me.
Contract for Marriage explores something that can often cause relationships to falter from the start, or cause rifts between families that leave unbearable scars. I’m talking about when lovers cross the social “class” or wealth barrier.
I think we all like to imagine that people overlook things like status and money in relationships these days, but when these things have defined you, or shaped your world, how can you know that someone wants you and not the package you come with?
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The book opens ten years later, only this time the house is in dispute after the death of Ruby’s parents. Christo wants the house, the only home his mother has ever known, so she can retire there in peace, Ruby has travelled back from the States where she’s been for the last ten years. She wants the house for her unborn baby so it can have links to the family it’s lost.
The twist? Now Christo has the millions and Ruby nothing, except her ex-lover’s baby, the baby Christo could never father.
Imagine you’re single and you’ve just won a million dollars. How do you think that might change the way you approach relationships? Would you be less trusting? I’d love to hear what you’d do and I have an e-copy of Contract for Marriage to give away to one lucky commenter!
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