When Alex arrives in the small village of Rosedale Abbey, to take up a position as a research assistant for a renowned archaeologist, the last thing she is looking for, or expects to find, is love.
Jake was perfectly happy with the status quo. When it came to relationships, he didn’t do committed or long term. He called the shots, and if his current flame didn’t like it, she knew what to do. A philosophy, which served him well – until he met Alex.
I grew up in the north east of England, with Rosedale – the location for All At One It’s You – little more than a stone’s throw from the village where we lived, and as a kid, I spent many a happy hour exploring. I love the boundless emptiness of the North Yorkshire Moors, the distant horizons and ever changing colours. While many might consider it isolated – bleak even – and uninviting, to me it has always felt like home.
Of course, I had to include some ancient stuff…you surely didn’t imagine there wouldn’t be, did you? A research assistant to an archaeology professor writing a book about Hadrian, offered endless possibilities. It also meant I could feasibly send them off to Rome, and Tivoli – where Hadrian’s Villa is situated – a massive and majestic ruin, with much yet to be excavated. It was not unusual for an emperor to have a country retreat, and in his later years, Hadrian who apparently was not enamoured of the Imperial palace on the Palatine Hill at Rome, governed the empire from this vast complex.
All At Once It’s You is available worldwide from Amazon, and is free on KU.
Universal Link: All At Once It’s You