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NEW BOOKS THIS SUMMER…

Jenny’s newest young adult book FOREVER SUMMER out July 2021!

It’s summer term at Chelsea High, the most exclusive school in town, and Norah Whittaker is already missing her boyfriend Ezra. The weeks ahead are filled with high-profile events, including an all-expenses-paid photo shoot to Greece. But can Norah handle the charm of fellow model Laurent, brother of her nemesis Coco Summers?

One thing’s for sure…this is going to be one shocking summer! 

(This is the second in the Chelsea High series but can be completely enjoyed on its own.)


AND…

In July ebook and August paperback, Jenny’s new escapist summer read ONE LUCKY SUMMER hits the shelves!

The best kept secrets are waiting to be found…

With an air of faded splendour, Willoughby Hall was an idyllic childhood home to Ruben de Lacy. Gazing at it now, decades later, the memories are flooding back, and not all of them are welcome…

In a tumbledown cottage in Willoughby’s grounds, Dolly and Olive King lived with their eccentric explorer father. One of the last things he did was to lay a treasure hunt before he died, but when events took an unexpected turn, Dolly and Olive left Willoughby for good, never to complete it.

But when Ruben uncovers a secret message, hidden for decades, he knows he needs Olive and Dolly’s help. Can the three of them solve the treasure hunt, and will piecing together the clues help them understand what happened to their families that summer, all those years ago?

‘A lovely read … leaving you with a warm glow and a smile your face’ Jo Thomas

‘The perfect summer read … I loved everything about it!’ Bella Osborne

‘Fresh and original, haunting and evocative’ Jules Wake

‘A delicious ice-cream of a book’ Josie Lloyd