The first three books in the Wardham Series by NYT and USA Today bestselling author Zoe York, have been put together into one delicious bundle!
Title: Welcome to Wardham, The Wardham Series (Three book bundle)
Author: Zoe York
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Welcome to Wardham, a sleepy village ready to explode with new-found passion. This bundle contains the first three titles in The Wardham Series by Zoe York.
Between Then and Now
Their story didn’t start with a fairytale romance. Their marriage wasn’t chosen for love. But they still chose each other, time and again.
Romance is the last thing on Ian’s mind. He’s juggling the family farm and a second job, his kids are a crazy handful and every time he gets close to his wife, Carrie, she snaps at him. Their relationship has always had a sizzling physical connection, and he needs to find a way to leverage that into reconnecting on a deeper level before it’s too late.
What Once Was Perfect (Book #1)
She shuttered her heart and walked away. Now he has a second chance to get it right.
Kyle and Laney shared a perfect summer 12 years ago, and have never moved past their breakup. Now she’s back for the holidays and they have a chance to work out things out and move on with their lives. But moving on doesn’t make sense when you’ve finally reconnected with the only person you’ve ever truly loved.
Where Their Hearts Collide (Book #2)
The girl next door meets the cop of her dreams at exactly the wrong time.
Karen’s finally decided what she wants to do when she grows up. Too bad it’ll mean leaving behind her new neighbour, who’s stirred up a different kind of grown up feelings. But when he rebuffs her attempt to have a fling before she leaves Wardham, Karen knows it’s for the best. A clean break, no messy emotional entanglements. Too bad Paul’s right next door, and everywhere she goes. And he makes a pretty convincing case for getting entangled.
The Wardham Series continues: pick up When They Weren’t Looking (Book #3), available now, and look for Beyond Love and Hate, a Wardham novella coming in June 2014.
If she’d had any doubts he was a real deal country boy, they disappeared when he unabashedly stripped down to nothing—the sun had kissed his arms to mid-bicep, although his torso wasn’t without a faint tan. She’d thought lazily that maybe he had a pond. She’d like to go skinny dipping with him. Leap onto his back and wrap her legs around his lean hips. Hold on to his broad shoulders and press her naked breasts into his back and drift into the cool water together. (Between Then and Now)
Zoe says: Making a farmer’s tan sexy was a challenge that came up on Twitter, and I couldn’t resist!
She’d just had the best sex of her life, with an ex-boyfriend she’d spent the last decade pretending didn’t exist, in his adorable half-finished, renovating-by-himself one room school house. Unsettled wouldn’t even begin to describe how Laney should be feeling, and it didn’t matter, because how she actuallyfelt was pretty damn good. (What Once Was Perfect)
Zoe says: We’re all guilty of overthinking, overanalyzing from time to time. For Laney Calhoun it’s a way of life. She’s cool and analytical. Kyle Nixon shakes that up in a big way and this quote captures the exact moment she realizes stepping outside her comfort zone had been a brilliant decision.
He inhaled the scent of her skin. The faintest hint of something tropical, worn away by a long day, leaving just her. Soft and sweet and warm. (Where Their Hearts Collide)
Zoe says: Now I’m a little warm. 😉
“You just wanted to goad me into losing control?” He slanted his face above hers. “Because I can do that. But neither of us is going to like me much in the morning.”
“I don’t like you much right now,” she whispered, but her face was still soft. (Where Their Hearts Collide)
Zoe says: I love a good fight/love scene.
Hindsight was a fucking bitch. Of course there had been clues. A bite of the lip. An indrawn breath. Wrinkled brows and shrugged shoulders. A few false starts at conversations about work and balance, but the real alarms should have gone off when all of that faded.
Silence chilled like nothing else. (Between Then and Now)
“I didn’t think Laney did boyfriends.”
“It’s a recent philosophical change, I believe.” (What Once Was Perfect)
There weren’t any promises of a future life together, either, but he didn’t need to live like a monk anymore. Two years was more than enough time for soul-searching and penance. As long as Laney was close enough to touch, to breathe in, to taste like his goddamn last meal, he would take whatever she offered and not ask any questions about what it might cost him when she inevitably left. (What Once Was Perfect)
An unspoken understanding passed between them that they were going to stick to above their clothes petting, and after a time their kisses slowed, turning languid and bone-meltingly sweet. (Where Their Hearts Collide)
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Zoe York lives in London, Ontario with her young family. She has an English degree and works at a university, so it was probably a foregone conclusion that she’d write a romance novel one day. She’s currently chugging Americanos, wiping sticky fingers, and plotting super-secret books about heroes in and out of uniform.www.zoeyork.com
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