CLOSED: Jennie Jones Book Bundles

We have 4 book bundles up for grabs! Each set contains 3 bestselling titles from one of our favourite authors, Jennie Jones.

The lucky winners will receive:

The House on Jindalee Lane

Actress Edie Granger is in a spot of trouble. When a big-time producer threatens to ruin her career—and possibly the rest of her life—she flees to her remote hometown in the Snowy Mountains.

Childhood friend and ex-Commando Ryan Munroe has returned to Swallow’s Fall to see if there’s a future for him and Edie after their disastrous but unforgettable first and only kiss three years ago. She’s still dazzling, still in love with her career and still out of his reach. He’s about to leave town when he learns that Edie might have trouble on her heels.

Struggling with her growing attraction to Ryan, and torn between her career and a rekindled love for her hometown, Edie focuses on generating her cast and crew from the 182 Swallow’s Fall residents, and producing her play. But when elements from the play start happening for real, the comedy turns dangerous.

Edie is suddenly centre stage in the biggest role of her life. Can she pull it off? And can Ryan ensure everyone survives to make it to the curtain call?

The House at the Bottom of the Hill

The mysterious death of her mother has left Charlotte Simmons on edge and off-balance for too long. The only way to move forward is to get answers, and those answers can only be found in one place. So Charlotte buys a Bed & Breakfast establishment in Swallow’s Falls, a small town in Australia’s Snowy Mountains, as a ploy to get close to the man who might have the answers. She’ll jazz up the old place, flip it, get her answers, and be gone in two-months – max.

Easy-going Daniel Bradford knows progress is slow in Swallow’s Fall. He’s finally about to put his plans into place to upgrade the hotel when a prim-and-proper, citified redhead blows into town, putting everyone on edge. The only way to contain the trouble she’s about to cause is to contain her – but he knows trouble when he sees it, and soon it becomes very clear that there’s absolutely nothing containable about Charlotte, or the way he feels about her.

The House at the End of the Street

Gemma Munroe loves hard, laughs hard and plays hard. Or at least she did before today. Her dream is finally within her grasp – owning the toy shop in Swallow’s Fall and establishing herself permanently. Only one person has the power to get in her way: Josh Rutherford – the love of her life who kissed her and left her ten years ago is coming home.

Josh will be in town for five days. Only five days. He’ll finally sever the ties to a youth filled with poverty by selling the properties that are now his. He’s returning healthy, wealthy and emotionally stable, and then he’ll leave forever. It’s all in the plan. Everything…except for Gem. He never forgot her, but he definitely forgot the effect she has on him. Now she’s got problems, and he can’t seem to leave without trying to help her solve them.

The town itself also has its own plans: Gemma and Josh are thrown together in Speed-Date fiascos, kissing experiments, bar fights and an issue with the North Star – Josh’s compass and the road to his next adventure. Seven weeks later Josh is still in town. Gem has to get through her best friends’ wedding and Josh has to get over Gem. Because he’s not staying. Is he?

We have 4 packs to giveaway, valued at $90.00 each. For your chance to win one, tell us in the comments section below “What book could you read over and over?”

Competition closes 07/01/21 midnight AEST. You must be subscribed to the Beauty and Lace newsletter OR a Facebook fan to enter. Make sure you use a valid email address so we can contact you if you are a lucky winner.

Australian entrants only, prizes are non negotiable. This is a game of skill.

67 thoughts on “CLOSED: Jennie Jones Book Bundles

  1. Duncan’s Bride by Linda Howard. But I’m happy to keep reading and discover what other books I could keep reading over and over!

  2. I really like the Australian author Mandy Magro so I could read any of her books over and over but I would say home sweet home from her.

  3. Still Alice by Lisa Genova this book really bought home to me the reality of Alzheimer’s disease have read this book many times

  4. I enjoy “Black Diamonds ” by Kim Kelly over and over. Set in my home town Lithgow, it has a lot of interest to me, reading about how things were in the past.

  5. I have to go for the classic Jane Eyre: Not only for the beautiful writing but the characters, how we should never judge on first impressions, that we never know everyone’s real story and the future might not be what we think we want but if we are strong, caring and loyal life works out.

  6. The Chronicles of Narnia
    When I was diagnosed in 1978 with Type 1 Diabetes it was a book that I escaped in, taking me on and adventure and showing me I could overcome anything.

  7. Only having just finished
    “Lost Letters of Playfair Street”
    I dragged out the last few pages, I did not want it to end. I was so invested in the characters, I could read the story again and again to have my daily dose of Charlotte, Paige and crew, I LOVE, Love, loved this book.

    1. There are too many to chose from so I’ll say how much I loved to read Hairy McLareys series of books by Lynley Dodd to my 3 boys when they were little.
      Snitzel Von Krumm with the very low tum and the funny words used to make us giggle and talk funny.
      When I one day get grandkids, guess what I’ll have waiting to read lol.

  8. Hmm that’s a hard one. I could re-read any Nora Roberts book, any of Rachael John’s books, I love rereading the twilight saga and the tomorrow when the war began series.
    There are so many books that are always worth a re read!!

  9. Lick by Kylie Scott, even though it seems highly improbable it is still believable – and I love knowing it’s the first in the series.

  10. ‘Difficult Women’ by Roxane Gay is a book i can relate to
    stories of the complex lives of the women and what they do
    every time i read it i see more layers exposed
    ‘Difficult Women’ is well written and composed

  11. I’m not a fan of reading a book more than once. I’d rather remember the book with fondness and move onto the next. There are so many great books out there waiting to be read.

  12. I love JD Robb’s In Death series. There are now 51 books in the series with new ones out every 6 months. I get so excited for the new releases because 6 months is a long time to wait as I miss the characters so much. I have read them all a few times.

  13. ‘Tully’ by Paulina Simmons – It doesn’t matter how many times I read it – it is just too hard to put down.

  14. As a child it was ‘Seven Little Australians’ I was reading it one day and my Grandmother became so excited and informed me that when she was a child it was the only book she owned so she read it over and over. Hearing her story made it my favorite book so i followed her lead and read it over and over also.
    As an adult one of the books that I read to review for Beauty and Lace was ‘The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey”…I have read that a few times. Its an awesome book and I loved it so much I emailed Eowyn in Canada to let her know how awesome i thought it was. She was kind enough to email back.

  15. His Dark Materials (trilogy by Philip Pullman), an amazing fantasy told to perfection. Shame the film the Golden Compass didn’t follow the story properly and ruined what could have been a brilliant franchise. The TV series is average, but the books are amazing.

  16. “Saving Missy” by Beth Morrey. This novel surprised me by how much it affected me; it’s a reflection on friendship and love and human connections, written with a sharp eye for a telling detail, and with moments both agonisingly sad and uplifting. I loved it.

  17. To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. An all time classic. Read it for the first time when I was at school and ended up teaching it when I be came a teacher. It’s my go to book when I don’t have anothing to read

  18. I actually have 3. Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist and Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea. They all contain lots of wisdom and I can just dip into them.

  19. There are several books that I keep and read over and over again from beautiful Authors but one book that I can read any day is The Magic Far Away Tree as this is the book that started my journey of reading at age 8 and it is such a memorable book. Reading this book takes me back to my childhood days of imagination and fantasy.

  20. There are too many too choose that I would read over again but I do like Mandy Margo and Danielle Steel so I could read any of their books over and over. But I love reading most books again

  21. Winnie-the-Pooh. So many books I could read over and over but this one is special. Read TO me and by me, for myself and my children and my beautiful students who came through my School Library. Possum Magic was always read too. Sorry – I’ve gone outside the guidelines!

  22. HEART’S BLOOD by Juliet Marillier: a dark, dangerous, thrilling, beautiful, magic BEAUTY AND THE BEAST adaptation.

  23. Where the Heart Is by Bille Letts. Heartbreaking story that I read in my early 20s and still on my shelf when others have moved on to the second hand book shop or library.

  24. I have way too many new books to read that I don’t have time to reread any. I like the mystery and suspense in reading a new book every time.

  25. I adore Vanessa Carnevale books and could read over and over – The Floretine Bridge, The Memories of us – if you havent read them I highly recommend doing so 🙂

  26. Every time I pick up one of the books from the Harry Potter series, I thoroughly enjoy it but I don’t know if I could pick just one!

  27. I could read The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared as it has so many little details that each read is like the first.

  28. I found the Power of One by Bryce Courtenay engaging from beginning to end with exquisite tales of triumph over tragedy. I love all of Courtenay’s novels and even named my Rhodesian Ridgeback (a dog breed developed in Southern Africa) Tandia after his book of the same title!

  29. “Time Travelers wife” sways romantically from past to present and is always a joyous read on a mysteriously cursed journey.

  30. Jane Austin’s, Sense and Sensibility, although any of hers, I could read over and over again. I love the female characters and how true they are to themselves during a time when marriage to a good man was the only option. It is the first Jane Austin book I read and I still love it.

  31. People of the Book. Each time I read it I find more and more surprises in the stories of each life in the book. Wonderful read.

  32. I could read Master of the Game Sidney Sheldon again and again have already 3 times now ! I love it and still can’t wait to turn the page.

  33. My favourite books are the Harry Potter series. Every time a new one comes out – I start from the beginning again!

  34. Tough choices, of the classics Pride and Prejudice and Jane Eyre.

    Contemporary choices practically any Maeve Binchy- just like a chat with a friend and a warm hug. I love Kate Morton’s The Forgotten Garden and Diane Setterfield’s The Thirteenth Tale.

    Gosh, it’s like asking which is your favourite child!

  35. Any of the Harry Potter novels, absolutely amazing books. Also, Fiona Lowe and Sally Hepworth as their stories have many layers and nuances to them

  36. Definitely Jessica by Bryce Courtney. Such a brilliant writer! He returned by love for reading, after having to study and dissect some dreadful books for H.S.C English Literature. After H.S.C Lit I lost my love and passion for reading for many years. Jessica is a page turner for me.

  37. Fever, Mary Beth Keane… I know it seems a bit like work to a Medical Scientist but I just cant get enough of it, history AND science (ooooooh)

  38. I find it very hard to reread books because I know what will happen next! But one book I do feel the need to reread periodically is Good Omens by Neil Gamain and Terry Pratchett, or what happens when the anti-Christ is switched at birth.

  39. The Christmas Secret by Karen Swan. I adored this book, I am a lover of romance novels and this had all of the drama, sass, plot twists and excitement that I could ever ask for in a novel. Oh and the scenery, I can just imagine traipsing through the wild landscape of Scotland. This book and others by the talented author Karen Swan will always have a place on my beloved bookshelf.

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