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LOST & FOUND is FREE for a limited time!


With Forever, New York Knights novella, that follows William and Anabel's story roughly one year after the end of Lost & Found releasing in just a few short days, I wanted to give you all a chance to start the series and get to know this beautiful couple!

#FREE for a limited time only!
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AMAZON UK: http://amzn.eu/49cIgao
AMAZON AU: http://a.co/h1UZrgu
AMAZON CA: http://a.co/ethe581 


What others say about Lost & Found?

"I got sucked into this book from the beginning and I loved every part of it. This is a really sweet, funny, well-written new adult romance. It’s great for summer reads." – Knjigoljubka
"The drama was so different than other romance novels that I have come across. The complexity was intense. The angst and the hope I have these character was so surreal. Lost and Found is a book that is one-click worthy!" – Crystal’s Book World
"Will is a football player and Anabel is au pair working in the US. They have an instant connection but their romance is a slow burn one." – Amazeballs Book Addicts


And, let's not forget...

Forever is LIVE in 5 days!


If you pre-order it today, you'll get Will and Bel's full story for only $0.99!


PRE-ORDER FOREVER TODAY!
Amazon US: http://a.co/diXB8Rf
Amazon UK: http://amzn.eu/6KHIQCs
Amazon CA: http://a.co/gfC6UWB

"Breathtaking ending to Will and Bell’s love story. True love conquers all, no matter the distance." - Goodreads reviewer
"This couple will go down as one of my favorite books, and favorite couple." - Cait's Creatures
"Anna managed to capture all the right feelings in describing the pain of two lovers who're having a long distance relationship. The struggles that go with it. But real love can conquer it all." - Čitaholičarka

LAST BUT NOT THE LEAST...

Regina Bartley and I joined forces and decided to do a DOUBLE signed paperback giveaway!
You can enter the giveaway here: https://goo.gl/forms/y5aCDfzQwlcJfKHZ2


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