New Release – Brothers In Arms by Melissa Barker-Simpson

Brothers in Arms - kindle - cover

I met Mel, aka Melissa Barker-Simpson, at last year’s Blogger’s Bash in London. I was already a fan of her blog and her writing, so it was lovely to put a face to the name and meet her in person.

She’s just released her latest book, Brothers In Arms, and I have to say, I love the cover. Here’s more:

Four years ago, Andrew Butcher dropped off the grid. Now he is back, and determined to reconnect with his family. But Andrew is playing a dangerous game. In accepting the position as head of security for a known criminal, he risks alienating those he respects and admires – starting with Ellen Parker.

Ellen is a former Troop Commander with the Royal Artillery. In her role at Morgan and Fairchild, she has a reputation for being tough, loyal, and someone who always gets the job done. Andrew and Ellen share a past, one she would sooner forget. But circumstances force her hand, and though Ellen tries to resist, every road leads back to Andrew and a case that will change everything.

You can find Brothers In Arms on Kindle, Smashwords and IBooks, so hop on and download a copy. You can also visit Mel over at her blog, where her Midweek Writing Menagerie is a popular prompt and a great way to kickstart your own writing.

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Mel with logoMelissa Barker-Simpson is a multi-genre romance author. Her stories are about connection, friendship, and love in all its forms. So whether in a magical setting, an alternative universe, or a world where anything can happen – and often does – there is always an element of romance.                                           Melissa is currently residing in the North of England with her two daughters, and when not writing, is fulfilling her other role as a British Sign Language Interpreter.

4 thoughts on “New Release – Brothers In Arms by Melissa Barker-Simpson

  1. Yay! I met her too last year, a lovely writer and it’s great to see this book. The cover is so eye catching. I have also read her blogbattle stories so this should be a good read.

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