Nice Girls Finish Last/The Italian Next Door

Nice Girls Finish Last/The Italian Next Door

by Natalie Anderson, Anna Cleary

Imprint: Modern

Release date: 30/09/2011

Pages: 372 Pages

ISBN: 9781742880495

Nice Girls Finish Last by Natalie Anderson

After one wild and heartbreaking affair in her past, Lena is now very, very good. She prides herself on her iron self-control - working for the hottest Rugby team in New Zealand, it’s all testosterone but no touching! Spending day-in-day-out in the mens locker rooms, Lena thinks she’s immune to even the most honed set of abs. Then Seth saunters into her life, and suddenly her inner bad girl is back in the game

The Italian Next Door by Anna Cleary

Pia Renfern’s holiday planning is easy- relaxation and recuperation are the only things on her to-do list! She can’t imagine they’ll be too difficult in the beautiful, exclusive Italian village of Positano. But before she’s even out of the airport, Pia’s heart is racing, her skin is tingling and her mind is filled with wild, uninhibited images of a holiday fling! The culprit? Valentino Silvestri- the glorious Italian godPia’s new neighbour! With him on her doorstep each day, how is a girl ever meant to relax?

About the author

Natalie Anderson

Natalie Anderson

Like many a modern day Mills & Boon author Natalie has her grandmother to thank for introducing her to the world of fabulously rich heroes, beautiful heroines and toe curling passion. As a teen she alternated between her Mills & Boons, Lucy Walkers, Georgette Heyers, Elizabeth Cadells, Mary Stewarts and Agatha Christies and the supposedly more 'serious' classics. But it was either the romance or detective stories that she'd turn to on those days when she wanted a relaxing read.Natalie loves genre fiction – the getting to know where a story's going to end up, but having no idea how... more

Anna Cleary

Anna Cleary

Anna Cleary was born in Newcastle, Australia. She had the good fortune of growing up in a household where there were lots of kids, books and music. Inspired by her passion for reading, Anna loved writing poems and stories from an early age and dreamed of being an author and living in a cottage by the sea. As a teenager she adored Georgette Heyer’s regency romances. In addition to delving into the world of literature with the works of Dostoyevsky and Lawrence, she wasn’t above curling up on the bed with Wodehouse’s hilarious Wooster chronicles, or sneaking behind the garden... more