Catching London is a smoking hot contemporary romance set in the sultry cities of New York and Paris.
The story follows sexy millionaire rocker Arlo Jones and stunning dancer-turned-photographer London Llwellyn. The two meet in unusual circumstances when Arlo finds London naked in his shower. Sparks fly instantly, and neither can ignore the chemistry they share, but their relationship is a rollercoaster ride from the get go.
Self-confessed womanizer Arlo lives the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle to its fullest, and is used to getting what he wants, especially when it comes to the opposite sex. However, despite her undeniable attraction to him, London isn’t in the market for his bad boy ways, no matter how unbelievably hot he is. In fact, a relationship with anyone at all is the last thing on her mind, least of all with a rock star like Arlo. Still reeling from the tragic death of her fiance some years previously, London is determined to rebuild her career, and she’s determined not to let a sexy distraction like Arlo Jones get in the way.
Although he’s a total badass, it’s clear that Arlo has finally met his match in London, and she refuses to give him an inch. Most of the time. The rest of the time she finds herself inexplicably and irrevocably drawn to him, as much as she tries to avoid him. Unfortunately for him, Arlos’ reputation precedes him. while he promises to always be there to catch her London, she’s not sure if she can trust him enough to let herself fall.
If you like your boys as hot as sin, your girls smart and sassy, and your romance hotter than hot, Catching London is the book for you.
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I know what it’s like to fall head over heels in love with a badass musician, having followed my heart and my HEA halfway around the world to be with one. I moved from my hometown of London to Sydney after a steamy holiday romance with a sexy bass player in sultry Brazil. I have toured with said badass and several bands, in Australia and overseas, and draw from the things I saw and heard during those crazy times in my novels. Twelve years, two children and a dog later, and I’m still in Sydney, and still smitten.
My love affair with romance started when at eleven I discovered a stash of my aunt’s books. After a summer holiday spent devouring them from cover to cover, I was hooked on bad boy heroes and smart heroines. An avid reader for as long as I can remember, I always knew I’d write a book of my own someday. Finally, after a career spanning advertising, marketing, and social media, I wrote my debut novel, Catching London in 2017.
Although this is my first book, amazingly, once I sat down to commit this story to paper (it lived in my head for a long time before that), it pretty much wrote itself. I’m lucky that I had plenty of personal experiences to inspire my writing – which no doubt, made the job easier.
When I’m not writing (which isn’t often), working or spending time with my kids, I like to go to the movies, watch gigs (a lot of my friends are musicians), bake the occasional loaf of homemade banana bread, or go out eating drinking gin with my best girlfriends. If I’m feeling diligent and healthy (and to try to counteract the effects of the gin!), I’ll also try to fit in a few visits to the gym every week. If there’s any spare time after all of that (which there mostly isn’t), I like to indulge my continuing love of Brazil by heading to a samba class or Brazilian event.