Piatkus are delighted to announce that bestselling author MJ Summers will be joining our list. MJ Summers burst onto the self-published scene at the end of 2013 with a single book, Break in Two, which has now sold over 70,000 copies! It’s extremely rare to achieve such success in the world of romance fiction with a single, debut book, but a very quick look at a few of the 200+ UK reviews will show you why . . .
- 'Let me tell you how much I loved that book! OMG! I stayed up ALL night finishing it. I could not put it down! This book had just the right amount of anguish and jealousy for me. I left a 5 star review on Amazon and would have given 10 stars if I could. I'm not sure I enjoyed a book this much since Taking Chances by Molly McAdams and that's saying something! Job well done!'
- 'Loved it! So happy I have discovered your writing. They r not at blindly leading to the dark side of sexiness….but realism – just what today's real women need, crave and understand. Great writing. Looking for more in the near future. BRAVO!!'
- 'OMG, I loved this story line. I've been waiting for this story to come out forever, and have been following the release notes on facebook, goodreads and some blog tour sneak peeks. Cole and Claire suck you right into the story line… I'm not a good one for giving a long synopsis, but trust me, you want a HOT story that will not only make you laugh out loud and pull your heart strings at the same time, BUY THIS BOOK!'
MJ Summers is an author who really adds something special to the romance genre – her books are multi-layered, emotionally authentic but with an all-important edge of romantic fantasy. She takes classic romance themes, (from single mums to billionaire to cowboys!) yet makes them feel fresh and absolutely real. If you’re a fan of Sylvia Day, Jodi Ellen Malpas or Samantha Young, you will love her writing. Her new book, Breaking Love, will be coming out in October 14, and her brand new novella will be available on the 29th July.
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