#GiveawayTime:  Joss Wood

March 6, 2017

It's #GiveawayTime at the PHS!  This month we have two copies of Joss Wood's Her Ex's Best-Kept Secret, the first book in the Ballantyne Billionaires series:

 

 

 

 

She's keeping this billionaire's son a secret… 

 

Down-on-her-luck heiress Piper Mills will do anything to help her baby—even strike a deal with the devil who impregnated her! Due to a car accident, Jaeger Ballantyne has no memory of the passionate night he and Piper shared…or that he's Ty's father. Purchasing Piper's heirloom sapphires is the only thing on his agenda…until seducing the green-eyed temptress takes over. 

 

Piper's falling for the stubborn tycoon, even as she continues to guard her secret. Can a man with no memory of their past find a way to forgive her so they can create a future? 

 

 

 

Message from Joss:

 

I read an article about an uncut Kashmir sapphire that was worth a fortune and went online to look up to see what were the difference between normal sapphires and Kashmir sapphires. This led to another article on the most expensive gemstones in the world and I thought that it would be cool to write a series of stories that revolved around gemstones.

 

This led to the The Ballantyne Billionaires series; a family of three brothers and a sister who inherit an iconic range of jewellery stores. Each Ballantyne has a favorite stone that is mentioned in their book; Jaeger's is Kashmir sapphires, Cade's is red beryl, Linc is Alexandrite and Sage's stone is a flawless red diamond.

 

All the gems are fantastically expensive and even more rare, kind of like the love they are all looking for.

 

If you'd like to win a copy of this fabulous book, just enter below!

 

Joss Wood is a South African romance writer, fuelled by coffee and craziness.  For more information about her and her writing, check out her website, or follow her on Facebook and Twitter.

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