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'Natasha's Awakening' is Released

'Natasha's Awakening' is Released

A constant issue that seems to plague couples nowadays is the inability to commit to a relationship. Indeed a number of people nowadays have a hard time in maintaining meaningful relationships because they have developed a deep seated fear of commitment, or in some cases a person's standards are too high for anyone to reach. In "Natasha's Awakening," author J. A Melville has written a truly engrossing book on finding love and commitment.

"Natasha's Awakening" follows an intense love story of a very unlikely couple. Eric Rothman is a highly successful CEO of a large company, highly attractive and a known womanizer. Natasha Barrington had been his PA for almost a year. She'd watched him and the never ending procession of girlfriends who came and went regularly since Eric was famous for his fear of commitment. Secretly she wanted him, but she knew he'd never want her. He'd never shown any interest in her after all. Then one day he surprised her with a proposal - one week with him, in a hotel, just sex, nothing more. Should she accept knowing what he was like?

Eric was everything Natasha wanted, gorgeous, sexy and he was offering her sex. Will it be enough for her or would she leave him at the end of the week with a broken heart and possibly no job or future? Could Natasha finally be the woman to cure Eric of his commitment phobia? Was it worth her taking that chance? "Natasha's Awakening" is a truly enthralling love story with a totally new twist.

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About the Author
Since her teenage years, author J. A Melville has always wanted to become a writer one day. She lives in a sleepy country town in Tasmania, Australia with her partner and three children plus their six cats, dog, sheep and cattle.

Natasha's Awakening* by J. A Melville
Publication Date: January 23, 2014
Trade Paperback; AU$ 39.99; 488 pages; 9781493133178
e-book; AU$ 4.25; 9781493133185

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