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Advance Reader's Copy

If you're a Blogger, Reviewer or Bookstagrammer and would like to receive and review an ARC for Ann Penny's debut novel Capturing Love, please complete the form below. Please note that ARCs are limited and not everyone is guaranteed a copy. 

Bluebird is a full-length, romance novel and is suitable for ages 18+. It contains strong language and sex scenes.

ARCs will be sent out on August 20th, 2019. By completing this form, you agree to read and post your review within one month of release date of September 18th, 2019. Failure to do so may hinder your chances of receiving any future ARCs.


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Release date: 18th September 2019

Living and working in New York City, is all Josie Spencer needs to shake the sadness of her past. She lives for the simple things; pizza, good tunes, bad movies and watching the world go by through the lens of her camera.

William ‘Grayson’ Harlow IV, is anything but simple. He’s gorgeous, clever, extremely wealthy and completely controlled by the expectations of his family.

From the moment they meet, the sparks are undeniable. The hitch? Josie has a boyfriend, and Grayson is engaged to be married to heiress and socialite, Melanie Warren.

After an unforgettable and innocent night together in the City of Sin, they return to their very different lives, on opposite sides of the country, questioning their relationships.

Neither expected to see each other again, until weeks later, a high society wedding has them seated together at the infamous ‘singles’ table. The sparks ignite, but Grayson isn’t who Josie thought he was, and her simple life is about to get complicated.

Thrown into a whirlwind of lies and deception, Josie is left to trust the one person who has the power to destroy everything she’s ever worked for. While Grayson’s merciless family will stop at nothing to get what they want.

Torn between two worlds, Grayson must find a way to protect Josie’s future without it costing the one thing he can’t let go. Her heart.

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