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Learning Curve by Melissa Kendall

By Georgia Lyn on May 9, 2016 in Blog, Books, My Ramblings

Check out this new book coming soon from Melissa Kendall.


Title: Learning Curve

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release date: 20th May 

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Madame Eve may have helped them find one another. But meshing their two worlds together isn’t easy.

When Dean is nominated for an Emmy, he is so excited he invites Sally to be his date for the evening.

Sally is reluctant at first but eventually agrees. Petrified the world media will make fun of her for being the fat chick on Dean’s arm, she works her butt off to lose weight before the big event.

Can Dean and Sally learn to make life together work? Or will the reality of the differences in their lives be too difficult to overcome?


Amazon pre-order: https://amzn.com/B01F6BARZK



Read where Sally and Dean’s story began.




Sally Austens’ sexual experience is limited and unsatisfactory at best. Now, as she turns thirty, it looks like the relationship train has missed her stop. When a friend tells her about 1Night Stand and suggests it might just change her life, she’s skeptical but shoots for the stars when asking for her perfect date. Go big or go home, right?

Dean Martorino lives in the public eye. Surrounded on a daily basis by society’s idea of stunning beauty, he longs for a woman with curves he can get lost in. At the suggestion of his long-time friend and manager, Dean shares his secret with Madame Eve hoping she can find him a match to fill his arms and satisfy his desires.

Can Sally accept the beauty Dean sees in her long enough to curve his appetite or will they both go home hungry?

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About The Author:

Melissa Kendall is a forty-year-old mother of two from Perth, Western Australia, the second-most isolated capital city in the world. Predominantly a stay-at-home mum, she works a few hours a week as a software support consultant. She has always loved to read and write, and spent most of her teens writing poetry and short stories. Over the years, daily life got in the way and she lost the passion for it, but after the birth of her first child, Melissa discovered e-books and her interest in writing rekindled. She is the author of two published short stories and Matronly Duties her first full-length novel.


Website: http://www.melissakendall.net

Blog: http://mkendallauthor.blogspot.com.au

Twitter: @mkendallauthor

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mkendallauthor/



  1. Liza O'Connor May 9, 2016 Reply

    Now that is one saucy cover on book one. I didn’t know you wrote Madame Eve stories.

  2. Melissa Keir May 9, 2016 Reply

    Melissa is amazing. I love her books!

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