After a break from writing, Mills & Boon Medical writer, Amy Andrews is again! Her uplifting new romance, Nurse’s Outback Temptation is ideal if you happen to love the brand new starting trope.
Amy joins us on our weblog to speak about her new guide and writing journey.
It’s been four years since my final new Medical romance was launched. The place did that point go? It appears like eternally and the blink of a watch, all of sudden.
I took a break from writing medicals in 2017. It was all the time my intention to return again and do extra however I used to be groaning with different tasks – longer tasks – I used to be itching to put in writing and knew I wanted to present them the focus they deserved. After which the gaping morass of the pandemic hit and writing simply grew to become actually exhausting, you understand?
Studying nevertheless, grew to become a lifeline. It gave the impression to be the one factor that introduced each pleasure and reduction from the overwhelming anxiousness – particularly romance! So, I spent lots of months simply studying and thanking the universe for all of the great romance authors who helped get me and so many by means of the darkest days of Covid.
I’ve to say that right here, in Australia – comparative to many, many international locations – we fared fairly effectively by means of the final 2 years. Which isn’t to decrease the misplaced lives or the hardship of lockdowns or the large ripples that Covid had and continues to have. However, suffice to say, I’m glad I used to be in a rustic that put well being above all. And now, regardless of the pandemic nonetheless very a lot being with us, we’re popping out into a brand new sort of regular and I’m celebrating that with a brand new guide 😊
So, what on earth might my inspiration have been through the harrowing occasions of late?
Nicely…one other factor that helped with the pandemic was tv – thanks streaming companies! And it was a TV present that impressed Nurse’s Outback Temptation.
A brand new tackle an outdated Aussie fave hit our screens final yr – RFDS. It’s no exaggeration to say I used to be impressed by the fairly hunky hero to put in writing a Flying Physician guide. I believe if you happen to take a look at the trailer, you possibly can see why 😊
The guide, just like the TV present additionally has an English lass though the roles are reversed – she is the nurse and he’s the physician – and, if you happen to like a fish-out-of-water story, then that is the one for you!
It begins with Chelsea touchdown within the outback in the midst of a scorching summer time and the contrasts between her outdated dwelling and her new one don’t cease coming! However Chelsea doesn’t care. She must be anyplace however England for Christmas and outback Australia is as about as far-off as she will be able to get.
So….yeah, she’s working away. And Aaron, our hero, is hiding. Which makes them excellent for one another, proper? 😊
Neither of them are searching for love however generally, life doesn’t go in line with even essentially the most stringently managed plans and that’s the place the enjoyable begins.
Amidst all of the excessive drama of an outback aeromedical service, Aaron and Chelsea combat an attraction that’s crimson sizzling regardless of neither of them wanting it to be so and the myriad causes they give you for not succumbing. How lengthy it takes them to try this and the way lengthy it takes for them to get in deep saved my coronary heart pitter-patting as I wrote.
I hope it makes yours pitter-patter, too!
Nurse’s Outback Temptation by Amy Andrews
When nurse Chelsea lands in Australia, her plan is easy: to depart the heart-breaking purpose why she will be able to’t name London dwelling anymore on the aircraft and begin over. But, when Chelsea is launched to far-too good-looking flight physician Aaron, it’s clear that her “new begin, no romance” vow is already in danger! All Chelsea needs is a summer time free from her painful previous… However might a summer time of affection with Aaron be what she actually wants?
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