Get Smitten Anywhere

Great news for fans of the Smitten young adult romance series who don’t live in Australia. Lust and Found and Tall, Dark  and Distant, as well as some other very hot Smitten titles have been released internationally. You can now get Smitten in paperback from international book suppliers as well as all of your favourite Australian online stores.  CHECK OUT THE FULL LIST HERE.

Tall, Dark and Distant by Julie FisonHe’s gorgeous, with god-like abs and an adorable English accent. Then she discovers that he’s actually a member of an obscenely wealthy Russian family, and he wants to get to know her better. Nik catapults Georgia into a world of private yachts, fast cars and expensive jewellery. Having a billionaire for a boyfriend certainly comes with benefits, but it also comes with a price. How long will it take before life in the fast lane spins out of control?

‘Loved it! Georgia is a great character and Nik the perfect leading man. Glam and funny with some danger thrown in. What a fun summer read.’ Kate Forster

Lust and Found by Julie FisonLust and Found: Cambodia is the last place in the world Sienna wants to visit. She likes five-star hotels and exercising her credit card in air-conditioned malls not flea-ridden hostels and trekking through the jungle. But when her brother Eddie starts sending strange messages from Cambodia, Sienna’s mum convinces her to go check on him. Thankfully, her boyfriend agrees to go along. When they arrive, they discover that Eddie has disappeared. Sienna just wants to find him and get the hell out of there. Everything in Cambodia is getting to her – the language barrier, the unrelenting humidity, the mosquitos. But mostly it’s Eddie’s maddeningly hot French friend, Guillaume, who couldn’t be more unhelpful if he tried.

‘Lust and Found takes you on an exotic adventure through the heart of Cambodia. It combines a beautiful background, a curious quest and two main characters who continue to surprise. The characters are confronted with the real problems of travel and the novel explores how they learn to adapt to an unfamiliar world. It perfectly illustrates the idea that getting lost in your travels is not always a bad thing, leaving you wanting to explore the luscious environment of Cambodia for yourself. You will want to finish this book in one sitting as it draws you inexorably onward.’ Yasmine Morssi.

Happy reading!

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