I love featuring authors on Linda’s Book Bag whom I’ve actually met so it gives me enormous pleasure to be the first stop in the celebrations of The Good Kind of Bad by Rita Brassington today. The Good Kind of Bad is available for purchase in e-book and paperback here.
Rita has featured on Linda’s Book Bag before when she told readers all about her writing journey. You can read that post here.
The Good Kind of Bad was selected as one of Heat Magazine’s Top Five Reads too.
To get the celebrations thoroughly underway lovely Rita has put together a wonderful The Good Kind of Bad prize package that UK readers can enter to win at the bottom of this blog post.
This wonderful prize includes a signed paperback first edition copy of The Good Kind of Bad, three signed and three unsigned The Good Kind of Bad postcards, a signed print and a pop out guide to Chicago where The Good Kind of Bad is set.
The Good Kind of Bad
Secrets don’t stay secret for long…
She spent her whole life being the perfect daughter, the perfect girlfriend, and was all ready to become the perfect wife. But after ditching her fiancé at the altar and escaping to Chicago, she marries smouldering stranger Joe Petrozzi three weeks after meeting him in a bar. At least this time, there’s no chance of cold feet.
Married life starts out great: there’s the new job, a gorgeous, enigmatic husband and money’s not an issue.
So what if she’s kept a few secrets from Joe – like where all her money came from. Joe’s been keeping secrets from her, too. But his might just get her killed.
About Rita Brassington
Rita Brassington grew up in Staffordshire, UK, before studying at UCLan, Durham University and the Maastricht Centre for Transatlantic Studies, The Netherlands. She currently works in the field of forensics and also loves cocktails, and cake. Preferably together.
The Good Kind of Bad Prize Package
from Rita Brassington
UK readers (only I’m afraid because of postage costs) click here to enter win a selection of The Good Kind of Bad goodies. Competition closes UK midnight on 11th July.