Thursday, 1 November 2012

Release Day for 'Her Only Option'

 'Her Only Option' is released today by Whiskey Creek Press, and should also be available very soon on Amazon and Nook.
It was inspired by my visit to Egypt two years ago and here's a link to a post from about a year ago which tells you more about how this story was first conceived 

Here's the introduction:
Neve Dalton loves her job as a tour guide on a River Nile cruise ship as much as she values her independence. She isn’t ready to settle down with her Egyptian boyfriend, despite his repeated proposals and his father’s desire to see him married.
Nor is she ready to meet Ross McAllister, a compelling and fascinating archaeologist.She struggles against her growing attraction to him until she can no longer ignore what her heart is telling her. This is the man who sets her soul on fire.
When she starts receiving cryptic messages, and Ross’s work in the famous Valley of the Kings is threatened, Neve has to make a heart-breaking and life-changing decision which she feels is her only option.
Can they discover whose enmity is forcing them apart before it’s too late?
And now for the first review - by K-Trina Meador, book reviewer for the Cross Plains Examiner in Texas:
Her Only Option takes you upon a cruise ship and onto Egyptian lands where archaeologist Ross McAllister and cruise ship host Neve Dalton explore more than historical finds.
Neve has a long term boyfriend who is expecting her yes from his marriage proposal any day and Ross has just endured the disillusionment of a relationship he thought was solid. Neither expected the sparks that flew between them.
When jealousy, control tactics and vindictiveness invade, Neve and Ross have to decide just how far they are willing to go for their new found love.
And when old flames, with their own agenda in mind, reenter Neve and Ross’s lives….how far can trust be stretched?
With mystery and intrigue interwoven with blackmail and secrecy, life took on a whole new dimension for Neve and Ross; one that almost led them down the wrong aisle.
Author Paula Martin has done intensive research into the Egyptian history, art and archaeological matters that brings this book to life with its details, complexity and humor. Once again, she has penned a wonderful tale incorporating a unique story line, romance and just the right amount of conflict for her characters. This is definitely a must read by the brilliant author Paula Martin.


  1. Oh, I'm looking forward to reading this one, Paula!

  2. Thanks, Rosemary - will let you know as soon as it's on Amazon!

  3. Adrienne (adpacaus)1 November 2012 at 21:29

    Wow, time flies. It seemed so distant when you'd said your next book would be out in Nov. And now it's here! Can't wait for it to be available on Amazon. btw, how do you pronounce Neve?

    Congrats, Paula!

  4. Will let you know when it's on Amazon, Adrienne! Actually the original (Irish) spelling of Neve is Niamh! But it's pronounced to rhyme with sleeve!

  5. I am behind on reading your novels--and I apologize-- but I am behind on all my reading--can you believe it has been over a year since I've had time to read a romance novel? Life gets in the way--but I may just reserve my Christmas break to catching up on your novels!! Cheers, Jenn

  6. No need to apologise, Jenn - I know what you mean about getting behind with your reading! I have a list a mile long on my Kindle, but I think I need a LONG holiday to catch up with them all!