The Belshaw brothers are back in Balkissoch...
Bridie Porter is wearing her Vera Wang gown and veil in the back of her wedding limo when she receives a compromising text about her hotelier groom. Panicked, she tells the driver to keep going and she flees from Melbourne to the small town of Balkissoch in the Adelaide Hills.
It’s the perfect pit-stop to hide from her ex and the press and to earn enough cash to stay out of sight. Unfortunately, the admin job she gets is for a wedding photography business and she’s had her fill of weddings lately. But it’s slim pickings on the work front in a town so teeny. And her new boss is strangely compelling...
After the rush and adrenaline of his job as an LA paparazzo, the last place Cody Belshaw wants to be is back in the small town where he grew up. But thanks to a clause in his father’s will that amounts to blackmail, Cody and his two brothers are stuck running a wedding business for at least a month. If there’s one thing that he’s learned in LA, however, it's to keep business and pleasure very, very separate. Which makes his new admin employee the definition of temptation.
Bridie is desperate to stay anonymous. Cody seeks out secrets for a living. As they delve into the world of brides, boutonnières and dogs-as-best-men, both Cody and Bridie will have to decide if this is a fling...or forever.
Praise for RUN FOR THE HILLS:
'I really enjoyed this book, it kept me interested. But I really wished there was a epilogue. Or I hope it's a series so I could hear about the other brothers… but overall I enjoyed it.' —Dolores Stevenson, NetGalley
'Birdie and Cody's love story is cute and honest. They both have problems that have to be resolved, and they are, before they get their happy ever after. The writing is so detailed that you can actually see your self there. I'm ready to read about the next 2 brothers.' —KellyWhite, NetGalley
'First time reading this author and I loved it, will be reading more.' —Mickala Robinson, NetGalley
'Run For The Hills was a fantastic love story. Carla Caruso did a phenomenal job writing this book, I could not put it down, I read it in one day.' —Marian Girling, NetGalley
'I loved this book, I could not put it down... A great read. This is my first book by this author and I am looking forward to reading more in the future. ' —Sarah Clay, NetGalley
'This was a good story and I really enjoyed it. It had a good plot and great writing... This made me chuckle at times... I loved the characters and the ins and outs and I recommend. ' —Angel Hatfield, NetGalley
'I love Carla's writing style - easy to read and fun. I adore her sense of humour - calling the runaway bride "Bridie". The Aussie small town setting was picturesque and relatable. I'm looking forward to reading more from Carla.' —Renee Conoulty, NetGalley
'I loved this story and would highly recommend it to all who love romance and women’s fiction. Filled with themes of love, running away, and ultimately finding love where you least expect it, Run for the Hills is a must read! ' —Arielle Deltoro, NetGalley
'Run For The Hills is a sweet and short romantic story.' —Maureen Bakker, NetGalley
'Loved this book. Was a great read. Finished it in one [sitting]' —Desiree Rivera, NetGalley