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seriously romantic: new tides by rachel de lune


after suffering a horrific trauma, ellie carter runs away from her life and sets up shop in a tiny town in cornwall. new tides opens on this moment, but jumps ahead pretty quickly. it's several years later and ellie still suffers from panic attacks and keeps the world at arm's length. when her favorite author asks to become her client they strike up a correspondence.

when ellie finally works up the courage to meet in person she's horrified to realize the person she believed was olivia wren, was a guy named owen.in spite of her skittishness, she is compelled to seek owen out. and slowly she begins to open herself up to the world she shut herself away from.

and owen recognizes that she is traumatized and is gentle and willing to take things at ellie's pace. because of the level of trauma ellie suffered this is a slow burn, and it takes a lot of work for ellie and owen to find a way forward together.

**new tides published on october 29, 2018. i received an advance reader copy courtesy of bare naked words. keep reading for more book information.








ABOUT THE BOOK
Title: New Tides
Series: The Cornwall Tides Trilogy #1
Author: Rachel De Lune
Release Date: 29th October


Trust is a slow burn. And love can be, too.

Ellie Carter is hiding — from her past and from life, which she barely lives. She fled to Cornwall after a trauma but doesn’t know where to start. The fictional world is far safer than real life, and there she can experience everything she has no ability to embrace.
With scars too raw to touch, trust isn’t something Ellie awards easily. Owen Riggs held some of that trust but shattered it before he even had the chance to ask her out on a date.

As an eternal optimist who believes in love above all, Owen refuses to give up on Ellie and will stop at nothing to repair the damage he’s done. He’ll have to tread carefully if he can ever hope for redemption — and her salvation.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
 Rachel De Lune writes emotionally driven erotic romance. She began scribbling her stories in the pages of a notebook several years ago. Today she's still scribbling stories of dominance and submission and creating Happily Ever Afters.

Rachel lives in the South West of England and daydreams about shoes, lingerie and chocolate, in-between being a mum and a wife. She would love to give up her day job to devote more time to her scribbles.  For every woman who’s ever desired more. www.racheldelune.com

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