Lucky Confusion

Ewelina Nawara & Malgorzata Falkowska

When Jamie first crosses paths with Jasper, it spells potential disaster. She’s convinced he’s behind a break-in at her grandmother’s home, leaving him reeling from her accusations and an unwarranted police interrogation.

Yet when Jamie attempts to mend bridges, Jasper’s initial coldness slowly thaws. An undeniable chemistry bubbles beneath the surface, drawing them into a whirlwind of emotion. Every stolen moment, lingering glance, and whispered conversation reveals deeper desires and dreams they never dared to admit.

Dive into “Lucky Confusion” a gripping tale of love flourishing in the unlikeliest of places. It’s not just a romance—it’s an exploration of fate, challenges, and recognizing the inestimable value of genuine connection. This is a story you won’t want to put down.

Genre: Contemporary Romance
Tropes: Little Red Riding Hood retelling, enemies-to-lovers, Overcoming odds
Content Warning: None


ISBN: 978-83-7995-739-2
suggested price: 6,99 USD
number of pages: 152
release date: 22.10.2023


ISBN: 978-83-7995-740-8
suggested price: 2,99 USD
number of pages of the book edition: 152
release date: 18.10.2023


ISBN: 978-83-7995-741-5
suggested price: TBA
recording time: TBA
release date: Fall 2023

Ewelina Nawara

is a wife, a mother of two daughters, a bookworm, and a writer of romance novels. She was born in Kraków, Poland but now lives in Nottingham, UK. Ewelina’s passion is reading and writing heartwarming love stories. When she isn’t writing or reading, she enjoys baking, playing board games with family and DIY projects. She is a big fan of Disney and Marvel productions. Music is an essential part of her life, and she always carries her headphones with her. Her biggest dream is a family trip to Hawaii. 

Malgorzata Falkowska

Malgorzata Falkowska

Born in 1989, she is originally from Włocławek but now lives permanently in Toruń. She enjoys spending time with her family, reading books, and creating new stories. She is unafraid to experiment with her writing because, as she says, “Everything is for people.