Showing posts from September, 2020

Promo: The Unquiet Spirit by Penny Hampson

I’m thrilled to share an excerpt today from a novel I had a sneak peek at, and thoroughly enjoyed: The Unquiet Spirit by Penny Hampson . If you love paranormal romantic mysteries with a dark side, this one's for you! Excerpt: Dr Kate Wilson has moved down to Cornwall to live in the old house she’s recently inherited from her godmother. We meet her after a long day, she’s about to close the curtains and go to bed when something catches her notice.     Kate held her breath as a figure stepped out of the trees. Whoever it was moved in a furtive way, stopping and starting, as if afraid of being discovered. But what set Kate ’ s pulse racing was the fact that the figure appeared to be wearing a cloak – it was as if a drawing from a history book had stepped off the pages and come alive. The cloaked figure moved into a shaft of moonlight and that ’ s when Kate gasped. She could see straight through the apparition to the trees and shrubs beyond. As if aware that it was being observed, the

Promo: Someday in Paris by Olivia Lara

I'm delighted to take part in Olivia Lara ’s blog tour for her novel, Someday in Paris , organised by Rachel’s Random Resources . Olivia is sharing an enticing excerpt. If you love epic love stories, this one’s for you... Someday in Paris By Olivia Lara Excerpt:   What makes people fall in love? Truly in love? What makes them believe they’ve found the one, their soulmate? And why that person and not someone else? What draws us in and never lets us go? Is it their eyes, their smile, their voice? The way they fit into our world? Is it because our parents like them and our friends think we’d make a great couple? Or maybe they make us laugh, have a good job, and want two kids like we do? What if it has nothing to do with that? What if it is something else entirely? I was fifteen the first time I asked myself this question. It was then that I had my first dream that didn’t feel quite like a dream. My mother said women in our family are special. She said I should listen to my dreams, but