Blog Tour: The Darkest Summer

Rebecca J Greenwood and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce “The Darkest Summer” blog tour, which will run from November 13-21, 2017.

About the book:

Lady Cora Winfield’s life has always gone according to plan–her mother’s plan. So when she meets the dark Duke of Blackdell, Cora is fascinated. Knowing his dangerous reputation, Cora’s mother flatly forbids the match, and the duke decides to take matters into his own hands. Kidnapped and facing a scandal, Lady Cora must now decide whether love will be her downfall or the beginning of a new plan, one she never dreamed possible.

Set in the stormy summer of 1816, this Regency romance is a retelling of the myth of Hades and Persephone.

 

About the author:

Rebecca J. Greenwood is an author, artist, and designer with a love of stories, especially Regency romances. She grew up in Texas as the oldest of six, and studied visual art with a music minor at Brigham Young University. Rebecca lives in Utah with her husband, where she listens to audiobooks, cooks experimentally, has an interest in alternative health, and constantly has a new project in mind. Visit rebeccajgreenwood.com to experience more of her art, writing, and upcoming projects.

Author Residence: Orem, UT

 

“The Darkest Summer” Blog Tour Schedule

11/13  Heidi Robbins
11/14  Mel’s Shelves
11/14  Katie’s Clean Book Collection
11/15  Life is What It’s Called
11/15  Robyn Echols Books
11/16  Bookworm Lisa
11/16  Singing Librarian Books
11/17  Min Reads and Reviews
11/18  Blooming with Books
11/18  LDS and Lovin’ It
11/19  Jorie Loves a Story
11/20  Literary Time Out
11/20  Wishful Endings
11/21  Books Are Sanity!
11/21  My Book a Day
Spotlight  Getting Your Read On 

 

Excerpt:

He stepped away and said, “Duke, may I introduce Lady Cora Winfield?”

She glanced at Eastham’s face. He had turned watchful, the teasing gone. Cora had no idea what her face showed. Panic? She swallowed and schooled her features.

“Lady Cora, may I introduce Adam Douglas, the Duke of Blackdale?”

She curtseyed and the duke bowed, his gaze not leaving her face. “It is a pleasure to meet you, Lady Cora.”

His voice almost caused her to wobble. It was deep and rich—a beautiful voice. “Likewise,” she said. It came out breathy, barely audible.