Thursday, 27 February 2014

Join Mill's & Boon for an exclusive Mother's Day afternoon tea in Covent Garden

Join Mill’s & Boon for an exclusive Mother’s Day afternoon tea in Covent Garden
Mills & Boon have organised the ideal Mother’s Day treat to celebrate the launch of Truly, Madly, Deeply, their new anthology of romantic stories from the top writers in contemporary women’s fiction.  A special champagne tea event will take place at the chic BB Bakery in Covent Garden on Sunday 30th March 4 – 6.30pm where top authors Judy Astley and Adele Parks will give exclusive readings from their short stories.
Guests can feast on a delicious spread of sandwiches, scones, pastries and cakes, and enjoy a chilled glass of Champagne Rose La Romantique, and will also take away a copy of the new book, Truly, Madly, Deeply, plus other Mills & Boon goodies.
To treat your Mum to a fabulous afternoon at the BB Bakery book tickets at There are only 30 tickets available, priced at £32 each (plus £2.57 booking fee per ticket), so make sure you don’t miss out!

Truly, Madly Deeply
Truly, Madly, Deeply, published by Mills & Boon, in association with the Romantic Novelists’ Association, brings together 24 specially-selected short stories from best-selling authors.  Adele Parks and Judy Astley are joined by Katie Fforde, Carole Matthews, Miranda Dickinson and a selection of rising stars of contemporary women’s fiction. 

From wedding days to special anniversaries, steamy one-night encounters to everlasting love, Truly, Madly, Deeply takes readers on an exciting romantic adventure where love really is all you need. Available now in all good paperback and eBook retailers RRP £7.99, and at

Adele Parks and Judy Astley
Adele Parks is one of the most loved and biggest selling women’s fiction authors in the UK. She has sold over two million copies of her novels in the UK and her books have been translated into 25 different languages.  She has published twelve novels in the same number of years, all of which have been Times Top Ten best sellers. She also writes numerous articles for national newspapers and magazines and often appears on the TV and radio talking about women’s fiction.

Judy Astley is a well-loved and hugely popular English author, who has been writing novels since 1990 following several years as a dressmaker, illustrator and painter.  She has published 18 novels (and has written a number of articles for The Times and various womens’ magazines.

1 comment:

  1. Oh this sounds lovely..I want to go :( Are you attending Emily? If you do take lots of pictures and share with us!