Christmas Child is going on tour with Rachel's Random Resources, if you wish to participate please contact me on rachel@rachelsrandomresources.com with your name, blog name, preferred post type and availability. 

Christmas Child by Carol Rivers

Genre: Victorian Romance Saga

Tour Dates: 23rd - 30th September 2019

Publication Date: 23rd September 2019

Formats available: Mobi, Epub and PDF via Bookfunnel

Victorian Romance Saga Series

Estimated Page Count - 350

Types of post available: Reviews (preferred) and limited guest posts, extracts and author supplied Q&As

Christmas Day, London 1880 
Snow falls … a dying Irish girl clutching her new-born baby drags herself to the sanctuary of an East End orphanage and throws herself on the mercy of the Sisters of Clemency. The nuns raise little Ettie O’Reilly as their own and provide her with the love and education she might never have had. But the lives of the nuns and orphans are soon crushed by a powerful and greedy bishop. 

The heart-breaking outcome separates Ettie from her friends and family, luring her into a world of male dominance and the fickle nature of intimate relationships. With her faith in the goodness of human nature severely tested, she doesn’t know who to trust. And when the boy who has promised her his undying love and loyalty falls under the spell of a wealthy and beautiful young woman, Ettie’s world starts to crumble.

She must finally accept the hard-hitting truth - happiness comes at a cost! Does she have the courage and wisdom to face the demons she long ago learned about from the Sisters of Clemency? Will the resolution of an undiscovered and painful secret be her making - or breaking?

About Carol Rivers 

“Were there’s muck there’s money!” If my family had a royal crest I’m sure those are the words that would have been hewn into the stone above it.

Mum and Dad were both East Enders who were born on the famous or should I say the then infamous Isle of Dogs. They were costermongers selling fruit, veg and anything else that would stand still long enough!

 

Their family were immigrants who travelled to the UK from Ireland and France, while others emigrated to America.

 

As a child I would listen to the adults spinning their colourful stories, as my cousins and I drank pop under the table.

 

I know the seeds of all my stories come from those far off times that feel like only yesterday. So I would like to say a big heartfelt thank you to all my family and ancestors wherever you are now … UK, Ireland, France or America, as you’ve handed down to me the magic and love of story telling.

 

Carol xx 

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Publication Day Premium Package Schedule

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23rd September

  1. Boon's Bookcase

  2. Jazzy Book Reviews

  3. BooksChatter

  4. donnasbookblog

  5. Curled up with a good book

  6. Splashes Into Books

  7. Lis Carey's Library

24th September

  1. Ellesea Loves Reading

  2. Short Book and Scribes

  3. Dash Fan Book Reviews

25th September

  1. Kraftireader

  2. The Magic Of Wor(l)ds

  3. Little Miss Book Lover 87

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