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The Adventures of Aislyn O’Sullivan – Chapter 17

Missed a previous chapter? Read Chapter 1 here. Read Chapter 2 here. Read Chapter 3 here. Read Chapter 4 here. Read Chapter 5 here. Read Chapter 6 here. Read Chapter 7 here. Read Chapter 8 here. Read Chapter 9 here. Read Chapter 10 here. Read Chapter 11 here. Read Chapter 12 here. Read Chapter 13 here. Read Chapter 14 here. Read Chapter 15 here. Read Chapter 16 here. Chapter 17 Aislyn jerked...

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Safeguarding Sorrel on Sale #romance #99c

Safeguarding Sorrel, the third book in my Military Men series is on sale for 99c. Hurry! Don’t delay. This bargain is only available for the next three days. Note – all the books in this series stand alone. Grab your copy here

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It’s All About Family

All the Middlemarch Shifter stories are set in my home country of New Zealand. I didn’t start out to write a series. In fact my aim was to write a paranormal story featuring black leopard shifters. But it soon became obvious that the brothers I’d given Saber Mitchell,...

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Fishing in the Hauraki Gulf #travel #NewZealand

A favorite activity – for hubby, at any rate – is to go fishing. We’re blessed with many choices of fishing spots in Auckland. Usually hubby tags along with his brother and they go fishing somewhere in the Hauraki Gulf. Here are some friends that decided to tag along....

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The Case of Bella and the Chicken… #pets

Hubby loves roast chicken, and his favored way of cooking one is with the barbecue. He sticks a beer can (half-full) and herbs inside the chicken, and as it cooks, the chicken absorbs the moisture from the can. Bella loves to know everything that is happening and...

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Beautiful Tekapo, New Zealand #travel

Tekapo is a gorgeous spot in the Mackenzie basin of the South Island. Lake Tekapo is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike. The lake is glacier-blue since it is fed from the Southern Alps. The Church of the Good Shepherd was built by settlers in 1935. It sits...

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Christchurch: Then and Now #travel #NewZealand

On 4th September 2010 an earthquake struck Christchurch in New Zealand. A second struck on 22 February 2011 with loss of life and property damage. I visited Christchurch in 2006 and this year was the first time I’d returned. It was sobering, even now almost five years...

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