My second 1920s historical romance, Dear Julia, launched today with a 'wave' across 8 blogs. You can surf the opening chapter of the book, starting at http://minxesofromance.blogspot.com.
Join the party, tweet your feedback using the hashtag #DearJulia, and there's a contest too: just answer one easy question to stand a chance to win a copy of Dear Julia on my Rae blog at http://raesummers.wordpress.com. Entries close Sunday night, and the winner will be announced on Monday.
Dear Julia is set in the English countryside in the early 1920s, and is part of the Love Letters series from The Wild Rose Press.
Read the opening extract here.
The discovery of a long-lost love letter in a house she’s redecorating
sends Rosalie Stanton on a quest to find its rightful owner.
Since his return from the Great War, William Cavendish has lived as a
recluse. His peaceful existence is shattered by the return of the letter
that once held all his hopes — and by its bearer, the irrepressible
Rosalie, who bears an uncanny resemblance to his lost love.
As Rosalie sets out to lure William back into society, she realises that in him she might just have met her match.
Dear Julia is on sale through Amazon, Amazon UK, Barnes & Noble, All Romance eBooks, and direct from the publisher, The Wild Rose Press.
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