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Daughter Of The Sea by Elisabeth J. Hobbes
Genre: Historical Romance with Supernatural/folk tale elements
Tour Dates: 7th - 11th January 2022
Publication Date: 20th December 2021
Publisher: One More Chapter
Formats available: Netgalley Widget
Estimated Page Count - 430
Author Content Warnings: Sea based deaths. The heroine’s grandmother is a ‘wise woman’ who makes abortifacients among other herbal remedies. This is mentioned on a couple of occasions.
Types of post available: Reviews (preferred) or extracts
Pre-order Link: getbook.at/DaughteroftheSea
On a windswept British coastline the tide deposits an unexpected gift…
It was the cry that she first noticed, the plaintive wail that called to her over the crash of winter waves. Wrapped only in a sealskin, the baby girl looks up at Effie and instantly captures her heart. She meant only to temporarily foster the young orphan but when news reaches Effie that her husband has been lost at sea, and months pass without anyone claiming the infant, she embraces her new family – her son Jack and her adopted daughter Morna.
Effie has always been an outcast in her village, the only granddaughter of a woman people whisper is a witch, so she’s used to a solitary existence. But when Midsummer arrives so too does a man claiming to be Morna’s father. There’s no denying Lachlan is the girl’s kin and so Effie is surprised when he asks her to continue looking after his daughter, mysteriously refusing to explain why. She agrees, but when he returns six months hence she pushes him for answers. And Lachlan tells a story she never anticipated … one of selkies, legend, and the power of the sea…
About Elisabeth J. Hobbes
Elisabeth’s writing career began when she finished in third place in Harlequin’s So You Think You Can Write contest in 2013. She was offered a two-book contract and consequently had to admit secret writing was why the house was such a tip. She is the author of numerous historical romances with Harlequin Mills & Boon covering the Medieval period to Victorian England, and a Second World War romantic historical with One More Chapter. She lives in Cheshire because the car broke down there in 1999 and she never left.
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