At twenty-five, Desire Hart has experienced enough grief for a lifetime. Changing everything in her life – her identity, her hometown and her country of residence, Desire is determined that nothing will prevent her achieving from finding her missing son. Not even love.
On a spring evening, she meets the golden boy of F1 racing, Lorcan Shore, and finds herself falling for him. Struggling to suppress her feelings, she realises he could help her get closer to the child she believes is her long lost son.
But nothing goes according to plan. Her identity is revealed by the press, Lorcan has a terrifying accident, and the trail to her son finishes in another dead end. So Desire does what she does best – she runs away.
Set against the glamorous backdrops of Monaco, Paris and Nice, All That The Heart Desires mixes romance and mystery as Desire struggles to come to terms with her past. Will she allow herself to accept love into her life again?
Back in January I had the immense pleasure of introducing you to author June Moonbridge – you can read our interview here. It’s once again my pleasure to reveal – in conjunction with Brook Cottage Books – the cover for her novel, All That The Heart Desires (oh, June, I do like that!), due for release in June 2016. No buying links are currently available, but I promise to let you know.
Meet the author
June was born in June and she always loved the moon. She comes from Slovenia, a country which got its independence almost three decades ago.
She studied economics, and quickly realised she hated it. Afterwards, she found herself working in a mainly male-dominated business; at first in automotive and later steel products. She can choose the best steel for your project, but don’t, please don’t, ask her which lipstick brand you should use.
She started to write in high school and was criticised by her teacher. Stubborn as she is, that didn’t stop her. Under different pen names, she had stories published in magazines, and then went on to publish three books.
After having two children, and learning that her second child has autism, she married their father and carried on working. Work and family life left her with little free time. But the desire to write didn’t die. When life somehow sorted itself out, she decided to write a novel in English and her first submissions were rejected…
For what happened then, re-read the third paragraph, second sentence above…
You can follow June on Twitter and Facebook, and she has a really lovely website – do take a look.