Paula Kremser and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “To Suit a Suitor” blog tour, which will run from November 8-25, 2016.
If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.
About the book:
Much to her mother’s annoyance, Julia North can’t catch a husband. Nearing the end of her third London season, Julia is jilted. Again! Constantly wondering what it is about her that drives the gentlemen away, Julia leaves London to visit a distant cousin for a couple of months. She is hoping to forget about husband hunting for a time, but she inadvertently finds herself in competition for Henry Chamberlain, the most desirable gentleman in Somersetshire. Marriage wouldn’t seem so detestable if she could marry him. But every young lady has the same dream of capturing his attention, so Julia knows she doesn’t have a chance. What she doesn’t know is that her desire to avoid Henry’s attention is the very thing that has caught it, but it’ll take some effort on Henry’s part to convince Julia of that.
About the author:
Paula Kremser focused on a career in science for a few years after graduating from Brigham Young University. Several years later when she moved with her young family to England, Paula seized the opportunity to focus on her love of the Regency Era. The enchantment of the aristocracy and the fascinating stories from every stately home she visits have been both research and inspiration for her first novel, “Sophia.”
“To Suit a Suitor” blog tour schedule:
November 8: Community Bookstop
November 11: Katie’s Clean Book Collection
November 12: Diane Tolley
November 13: Deal Sharing Aunt
November 14: Stephanie Worlton
November 15: Getting Your Read On
November 16: Mel’s Shelves
November 17: Wishful Endings
November 18: Writing Worm
November 20: Inklings and Notions
November 21: I Love to Read and Review Books
November 22: Literary Timeout
November 23: Bookworm Lisa | Robyn Echols Books
November 24: Jorie Loves a Story
November 25: Blooming With Books | Rockin’ Book Reviews