Occasional Soulmates free this weekend

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If you like intelligent chick-lit with a handsome lead character called Dylan (and who wouldn’t), then I’m happy to tell you that Occasional Soulmates by Kevin Brennan is free to download this weekend.

I had the pleasure of reading Yesterday Road by Kevin last year and loved it so much it became one of my books of the past year, and I’ve heard nothing but good things of Occasional Soulmates.

And now it’s free!

So what have you got to lose? Download the book, read it, and if you enjoy it don’t forget to write a review.

Book description

When the thirty-eight-year-old San Francisco doctor meets her new patient, a handsome British expat with the unlikely name of Dylan Cakebread (and an uncanny resemblance to Jude Law), she’s convinced it’s the start of her own relationship novel. He’s an architect, no less — always a key piece of her most indulgent fantasies — and the heroine of a relationship novel always gets her fantasy man, right? Though their shaky start raises red flags that her oldest girlfriend, Jules, is quick to point out, Sarah can’t help it. She falls hard for Dylan and it appears to be a two-way street.

But maybe meeting your perfect mate in the exam room isn’t the best opening act. Sarah thinks she’s the cure for what ails him, but soon she learns the secret Dylan has been keeping from her. Now she has to choose between happiness and the illusion of it — if Dylan doesn’t take the choice out of her hands first.

It’s starting to look like this isn’t her relationship novel at all: it’s his.

 

To download Occasional Soulmates from Amazon click here

To download Occasional Soulmates from Amazon.co.uk click here

 

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7 thoughts on “Occasional Soulmates free this weekend

  1. This has prompted me, as Occasional Soulmates has been on my ‘to read’ list for a while now. I’m in the middle of thoroughly enjoying Yesterday Road at the moment, a great read which I picked up based on your recommendation.

  2. I read this book and enjoyed it. I also have “Yesterday Road” on my Kindle, but as I’m sure you know, getting to all those books is an Olympic sport all unto itself. Sigh.

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