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As you all probably know I hardly share anything about myself. But I'm sharing a bit today at Momentum Moonlight. And I would appreciate you all visiting me there too and leaving a comment.

Now for this week's feature...

Melanie Milburne read her first Harlequin at age seventeen in between studying for her final exams. After completing a Masters Degree in Education she decided to write a novel in between settling down to do a PhD. She became so hooked on writing romance the PhD was shelved and soon after she was signed on to the London office of Harlequin Mills and Boon line, becoming the first not previously published Australian author to be contracted for the Presents line in over a decade.

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Her latest release is The Caffarelli Trilogy. The journey of three gorgeous Caffarelli brothers in these three books.




Book One

Never Say No to a Caffarelli
Those Scandalous Caffarellis

(The first book in the Caffarelli Brothers Trilogy series)

"I play by the rules, but they're my rules." Poppy Silverton is as untouched as the leafy English
village where she runs a tearoom. But her home, her livelihood and her innocence are under threat.... Rafe Caffarelli is a mouthwatering specimen of Mediterranean manhood. He's a playboy billionaire and determined to buy Poppy's historic dower house. Poppy will not give up the only thing that remains of her childhood and family. She'll fight Rafe-and her attraction to him-all the way. And be the first woman to say "no" to a Caffarelli!

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Mills & Boon UK

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Never Underestimate a Caffarelli

Those Scandalous Caffarellis
(The second book in the Caffarelli Brothers Trilogy series)

Has this Caffarelli finally met his match? Millionaire playboy Raoul Caffarelli has always lived life in the fast lane. But when an accident confines him to a wheelchair—and to the care of a woman whose beauty taunts him—he's consumed with rage and frustration.

Used to difficult patients, physical therapist Lily Archer won't be cowed by Raoul's arrogance or distracted by his Adonis-like physique. Carrying her own scars from the past, Lily has vowed never to relinquish her power to a man again.
Both underestimate the power of the shared passion between them. Their physical scars may heal, but some wounds run much deeper….

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Mills & Boon

Harlequin US

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Amazon UK


Never Gamble with a Caffarelli

(The third book in the Caffarelli Brothers Trilogy series)


October 2013
A ruthless millionaire...who drives a hard bargain Model and heiress Angelique Marchand is furious. Continental playboy Remy Caffarelli - devastatingly handsome and notoriously arrogant - has won her mother's ancestral home in a card game! Angelique tracks him down in the Middle East to confront him and reclaim her birthright. But when she is found in his hotel room, the sworn enemies are forced to marry! And surprisingly, rather than annul the bond, Remy wants to exploit their marriage for business...and for pleasure!



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So lets discuss the Caffarelli brothers. And there is a kindle gift copy to one commenter!

And do enter this Goodreads Giveaway for another chance to win Melanie Milburne's Never Gamble With A Caffarelli.

If you want to ask Melanie Milburne any questions about how she wrote these three gorgeous brothers and their heroines, please ask away. Hopefully we will get Melanie to answer your questions regarding this series!

And remember I'm sharing a bit today about myself at Momentum Moonlight. Would appreciate some company there.

44 comments:

  1. Congrats and best of luck to Melanie on the new release.

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    1. Hi Armchair Squid,
      Thanks for the message!

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  2. What an unusual life Melanie has had - I was fascinated. All three books sound delightful! I wish her huge success with them. :-)

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  3. Really pretty covers, Melanie! and they all sound interesting especially Raoul and Lily's story.

    Nas, I forgot about the Watermelon scene in Dirty Dancing.

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    1. Hi Amanda,
      Thanks for posting a comment!

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    2. Hi Amanda! I have linked the YouTube video of the watermelon scene there...it was one of those moments. Imagine saying, "I carried a watermelon," to someone you fancy!

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  4. These sound positively yummy! Congrats to Melanie--loved hearing about her path!

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    1. Hi Meredith,
      My path has been quite a winding one! Thanks for posting.

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  5. Sounds like 3 fabulous books! All very different plots with awesome characters! :)

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  6. I would love to know which of the brothers was her favorite to write.

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    1. Hi Kelly,
      I loved each of the boys, but I think Remy was my favourite as he was so much fun to write. Nothing like a bad boy to put a smile on a writer's face! Taming him was quite a challenge but Angelique did a good job of it!
      Thanks for the question.

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  7. Wow, those brothers sound like trouble! I can picture the tension and steamy scenes from these premises.

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    1. Hi Theresa,
      You have been warned!
      Thanks for posting.

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  8. How interesting that Melanie got her start writing at such a young age! I can easily picture the brothers! Sound great!
    Jess

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    1. Hi Jess,
      I'm not as young as you think! I wish I'd started writing a lot earlier. What was I thinking?!
      Thanks for posting.

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  9. What a lovely personal look at Melanie's life and writing. Thanks Melanie and Nas!

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  10. Hi Denise,
    Thanks for your lovely comment. My life is a bit crazy at times. Nas will vouch for that!

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  11. It's funny how our life path can alter when we discover what we love.

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    1. Hi Suze,
      So true! Writing doesn't feel like work... well, not all the time!

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  12. These brothers sound as if they need good women to take control! I particularly like the sound of the first one. Congrats, Melanie.

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    1. Hi Shelley,
      Thanks for your comment! I'm glad you like the sound of Rafe. And you are right- all he needed was a good woman!

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  13. Congratulations, Melanie. Raoul and Lily's story sounds most intriguing!

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    1. Hi William,
      I loved writing this story. Thanks for commenting.

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  14. Awesome! A complete trilogy... Whipping out the time stopper now.

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    1. Hi Crystal,
      Trilogies are fun, aren't they? You get to know the whole family!

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  15. Melanie, you always create the most awesome stories and your heroines in particular are memorable. I thought Poppy Silverton was so lovely, she was completely sweet and unspoilt and totally likable. How do you create your characters? Do you draw up a list of characteristics or do you just let inspiration lead you?

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    1. Hi Maria,
      Thanks so much for your lovely comment. You made my day! I find the characters usually come to me. Sometimes I have a story idea first and then I start to think who best would fit the plot. But then, other times it's the characters who come first and then I have to go looking for a suitable plot. I still don't understand the writing process. What works on one novel won't always work on the next.

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  16. What a great series! Now I'm heading over to learn more about you, Nas :)

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    1. Hi Carol,
      Thanks for posting. I hope you enjoy the series.

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  17. These books sound terrific, and the best thing about learning about a trilogy this late in the game is I can read 'em all back-to-back-to-back without having to wait!

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    1. Hi Susan,
      Yes, I know the feeling of having to wait for follow up books. At least these were released concurrently, otherwise they would have been three months apart!

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  18. That's so cool that Melanie's passion to write caused her to shelve her PhD. The books sound steamy. :-)

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    1. Hi Jocelyn,
      I still haven't ruled a PhD out! I just need to find more time in the day, but then, don't we all?
      Thanks for posting.

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  19. Looks like three great books here!

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    1. Hi Sherry,
      Hope you enjoy them. Thanks so much for dropping by!

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  20. I love the name Caffarelli and this sounds like a great series.

    I was hooked on Harlequins as a teenager.

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    1. Hi Medela,
      I think a lot of romance readers get hooked in their teens. I certainly did!
      Thanks for posting.

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  21. I'm pretty sure I could handle those Caffarelli brothers! I'd show those Mediterranean hotties who's boss ...or , more realistically, probably just succumb to their charms. Very intriguing books!

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  22. Hats off to a successful writer with a successful series!

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  23. Congratulations to Medeia! You've been chosen as the winner of eCopy of Melanie's latest release!

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