Title: To New Beginnings
Author: Corinne Mazille
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: February 21, 2018
A one-night stand on an island getaway might just save three lost souls.
Beau needed to escape his grief after losing his best friend. Mia just had to get away after losing her job, her boyfriend, and her home all in one day. On an island, they met in a blazing, hot, one nightstand.
But back home, Beau was faced with the ultimate challenge–providing a home for his best friend’s orphaned little girl. Only he can’t do it alone, he needs a wife to make that happen. Could the gorgeous redhead he’d left behind in the tropics possibly be the answer?
A hot fling, between two strangers.
A little girl, who suddenly needs a home.
A grieving friend, who suddenly needs a wife.
FIVE 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hats from Britt
Corinne Mazille certainly knows how to make a debut! Super sweet, extra hot, with fantastic writing and characters that had me captivated from the start To New Beginnings won me over immediately. There’s not one thing about this book I didn’t love. Steamy romance filled with heart warming sweetness, an adorable little girl, a tight knit family, and fantastic friends. Who wouldn’t love that?!
Mia is adorably lovable. From her and Ella having my cracking up to how big her heart was, she was just one of those characters that’s fun to read. Beau was flat out perfection. Sexy and oh, so sweet the man is the total package. The sparks between them are instantaneous and just kept growing hotter with every page. Even with such heartbreaking circumstances, this book is still one of the most heartwarming & sweet books I have ever read. I couldn’t get enough of it!
Corinne was born and raised in Melbourne Australia, where she currently resides with her own family.
After her first daughter was born she found her love for books all over again. Fast forward a few years and her obsession grew, turning into a love of writing.
Her debut novel releases February this year and hopes that you will all fall in love with Mia and Beau as much as she loved writing about them.