I’m currently organising a blog tour for Paula Martin’s Irish romance series, Mist Na Mara.
Here are the blurbs:
English actress, Jenna Sutton, and American artist, Guy Sinclair, are thrown together when they find they’ve jointly inherited a house on the west coast of Ireland. Neither knows their connection to their unknown benefactress, but set about unravelling the intriguing tale of a 19th century love affair. Despite their personal reasons for not wanting romantic involvements, Jenna and Guy feel their growing attraction.
When local property agent, Eve Callaghan, appears to have her own agenda, friction builds over Jenna and Guy’s decision about the house and its contents.
Will their Irish inheritance bring them together – or drive them apart?
Actress Charley Hunter is forced back to Ireland to complete her filming of a TV drama series. She still hasn’t come to terms with losing her husband there two years ago, so the last thing she expects is her instant attraction for the local veterinarian.
After Luke Sullivan’s divorce, he vowed to concentrate on his two young children and his busy veterinary practice. Falling for Charley certainly wasn’t in his plans.
While trying to find their way together, Luke is suddenly faced with a series of unexplained crises at his clinic, as well as his ex-wife filing for custody. And has Charley put his children in danger? Has she betrayed him? Can they reconcile their differences and find love?
While working at Mist Na Mara Arts Centre, Kara Stewart embarks on a search for her mother’s birth parents; she’d been adopted in the 1960s by an American couple. Kara soon realises the task is not as simple as she’d anticipated when she meets with a wall of secrecy surrounding Irish baby adoptions.
Ryan Brady is hiding the secret of his real identity, but when he offers to help Kara trace her Irish family, his attraction to her is undeniable.
As the mystery unravels, secrets drive a wedge, not only between Kara and her mother, but also between Kara and Ryan.
Can Kara and Ryan find a way to heal the rifts created by all these secrets and find love?
After a devastating car accident which halts her career as a professional dancer, Ellie Vaughan relocates to beautiful Connemara in the west of Ireland, where she finds a new life teaching at the Mist Na Mara Arts Centre.
When she’s teamed up with Irish actor, Dan Nicholas, to work on a musical at the local school, they’re instantly attracted to each other. Their mutual attraction grows, until Ellie discovers Dan has deceived her. He, in turn, is angered by what he believes is her lack of honesty.
Deceptions mount as Ellie’s former dance partner and Dan’s ex-girlfriend add to the complications, and a thirteen-year-old schoolboy is hiding his own secret.
Can Ellie and Dan find a way to overcome all the obstacles that threaten their future together?
The Mist Na Mara books are available now from all good eBook retailers.
The tour runs from 12th – 16th March (weekdays only). I’m looking for five blogs which will host guest blogs or interviews. Review copies are also available.
If you’d like to host, please drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with:
- dates that you have available (please check the below list first)
- the name and URL of your blog/site
- the type of stop you’d like to host (guest post or interview)
- also let me know if you’d like to review
I’ll be filling these spaces on a first come, first served basis so get in there quickly!
Thank you, and if you have any questions, please direct them to the above email address.
Find Paula at:
12th March: http://lisabetsarai.blogspot.com
13th March: http://breakgenre.blogspot.ca/
15th March: https://booksaplentybookreviews.blogspot.com/
16th March: http://adrianakraft.com/blog/