Monday, 28 April 2014

X is for Alissa Baxter #atozchallenge


See the x in the last name? Alissa Baxter’s novel, The Blog Affair  has been released under the Ubuntu line by Decadent Publishing. It is set in South Africa, in lovely Cape Town. I loved this novel. Check out my review here


BLURB:
Twenty-something, white, South African Emma Bradshaw has a pattern of falling for unsuitable men and starts a blog about these so-called “serial datists”. Her search for new beginnings takes her to Cape Town, where she gets a job working for sexy author, Nick Reynolds. Romance with her boss is a no-no, but slowly, Nick works his way around her defenses. Trust him, or not, especially with her awful track record with men?

When an anonymous male reader of the blog challenges her on her ideas about the male species, Emma realises she must confront her past and find her true self before she can move forward...and love can blossom again in her future.

Buy links:

Amazon UK: http://amzn.to/1fY6J6Y


This is a gigantic blog hop so click here to see what other bloggers are discussing for this letter. Have fun.

26 comments:

  1. I remember your review! This book sounds like a good one... :)

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    1. It's one of my recent ones, Heather. A great book.

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  2. Thanks, Nana, for featuring my book on your blog and for your wonderful review :-)

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    1. It was my pleasure, Alissa. Thanks for writing a great book.

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  3. wow the plot surely is interesting. We bloggers will for sure like it. is the book available in India ?

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    1. It's sold at all the internet book retailers. Maybe you could get it delivered to India if you order it from Amazon.

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  4. Hi there - This book sounds very cute. I'll have to add it to my ever-growing TBR. Thanks for the review. BTW, everyone had to get a bit creative with their X words. The book I reviewed (Hexes and X's) also had the X in the middle of the first word. Take care!

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    1. Lol. X is a beast to deal with. I'll have to check out your post.

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  5. LOL Using the X in the middle of her last name is sneaky, sneaky, but if you're going to stretch the rules a little bit, I think X is the letter to do it on LoL

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    1. Lol. Thanks for allowing me to bend the rules, Rhonda.

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  6. I see that X. It's very clear in there...
    Serial datists blog in the book? Sounds cool! :D

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  7. Oh my goodness, her blog is something I would totally flip over. I think I need to read this book.

    True Heroes from A to Z

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    1. And it's a totally sweet book so it won't offend your YA sensibilities in the least, Crystal.

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  8. I was a dating blogger not so long ago. Glad to be out of that scene! But I have a feeling I could probably relate to this one.

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    1. I wonder how many times you would nod your head while reading the book, saying, "I know."

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  9. Intriguing concept, her having to deal with her preconcieved notions about guys. Just because you run into a lot of jerks in the dating game, doesn't mean you should give up :) Sounds fun!

    @TarkabarkaHolgy from
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    1. I like the way you think. True optimist.

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