Bath is one of my favorite places – not only does it have beautiful architecture but it has an amazing history connected to Romans in Britain and even further back than that. It's the Romans that left the biggest mark on the town though:

The city became a spa with the Latin name Aquae Sulis (“the waters of Sulis”) c. 60 AD when the Romans built baths and a temple in the valley of the River Avon, although hot springs were known even before then.

When we went last, it was a cold day, and the steam rising from the baths was eerie – in fact, the entire place is kind of eerie!

If you get a chance, then visit 🙂 Oh and the best food in Bath is Thaikun, and Ben's cookies 🙂

I have a book set near Bath – The Summer House – and you can read it here:

The Summer House

The Summer House

A rich playboy who lives for the now, and a Veterinarian who is ruled by his past, try to find a future together that allows for love.

Ashby Sterling-Haynes, the youngest son of a titled family, has had a lot of hookups but has never found someone worth keeping. When he meets introverted Veterinarian, Connor Lawson, he realizes this could be the man he's been waiting for.

Connor has a painful past and no room for an entitled rich guy in his future. Ashby is everything that Connor dislikes in a man and is way too sexy to be anything but a disruption to Connor’s peaceful life.

Both men refuse to believe in love for different reasons. Until they meet each other and a future together becomes real.

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