Can’t-Wait Wednesday

Welcome back to another week of Can’t-Wait Wednesday. Each week I’ll spotlight amazing future releases that … well, that I just can’t wait for. It’s a feature hosted by Tressa over at Wishful Endings, so be sure to check out her weekly post to find other participants. Fair warning: you’re sure to walk away with an expanded TBR pile.

Today I’m waiting for…

With winter slowly on the way out (so long as you ignore the occasional snow flurry), I’m ready for warm weather and stories with happy endings. I’m also a sucker for a book where the main character has to save something special to them, and an art gallery seems like a fresh and exciting twist. Plus, crumbling estates always make for a good time.

And look at that cover. How can anyone resist that?

From the publisher:

When Lexi’s ex runs off to Spain with his PA, she’s left to clean up the financial mess he leaves behind. She’ll do anything to keep her beloved art gallery afloat, but then a surprise discovery makes things even more complicated…

On the surface, Olly seems to have it all: a carefree life, travelling the world. But he’s running from something in his past. And when his father dies, Olly’s life is turned upside down as he suddenly finds himself the Earl of Horsley and inherits his family’s crumbling estate in the Scottish Highlands.

When their worlds collide, Lexi and Olly are instantly drawn to one another. But can love ever work if they both have secrets to hide?

Title: Secret Things and Highland Flings
Tray Corbett
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Expected Publication: May 20, 2019
Classification: Romance

Corbett’s Website | Publisher’s Page | Goodreads

What are you waiting for this week?


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