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The Lost Heir by Jane Cable
Genre: Dual timeline romance
Tour Dates: 8th - 14th August 2023
Publication Date: 11th August 2023
Publisher: Sapere Books
Estimated Page Count: 300
Formats available: Epub
Author Content Warning: Off page rape
Types of post available: Reviews (preferred), extracts, guest posts and Q&As
Pre-order Link: https://getbook.at/LostHeir
At the beginning of lockdown, teacher Carla Burgess needs to make some changes to her life. She no longer loves her job, and it’s certainly time to kick her on-off boyfriend into touch. But then, while walking on the cliffs she meets, Mani Dolcoath, a gorgeous American with a dark aura.
Mani is researching his family history, and slowly their lives and their heritage begin to entwine. The discovery of a locked Georgian tea caddy in the barn on her parents’ farm intrigues Carla, but then she starts to see orbs, something that hasn’t happened since her grandmother died. They terrify her and she’ll do anything to outrun them, but will she lose Mani’s friendship in the process?
Harriet Lemon’s position as companion to Lady Frances Basset (Franny) perfectly conceals the fact they are lovers. But when Franny is raped and falls pregnant their lives are destined to change forever.
The one person who may be able to help them is Franny’s childhood friend, William Burgess, a notorious smuggler. But he has secrets of his own he needs to protect. Will his loyalties be divided, or will he come through?
About Jane Cable
Jane Cable writes romance with a twist and its roots firmly in the past, more often than not inspired by a tiny slice of history and a beautiful British setting.
After independently publishing her award-winning debut, The Cheesemaker’s House, Jane was signed by Sapere Books. Her first two novels for them are contemporary romances looking back to World War 2; Another You inspired by a tragic D-Day exercise at Studland Bay in Dorset and Endless Skies by the brave Polish bomber crews who flew from a Lincolnshire airbase.
Jane lives in Cornwall and her current series, Cornish Echoes, are dual timeline adventure romances set in the great houses of the Poldark era and today. She also writes as Eva Glyn.
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Blog Tour Schedule
Maximum 3 stops per day. Confirmed blogs will appear here.
Zooloo's Book Diary
The Glass House Online Magazine
Tizi's Book Review
Two Heads Are Better Than One
The Staffymum's Book Nook
Ruins & Reading
Pickled Thoughts and Pinot
My Reading Corner
Heather Adores Books
Historical Fiction with Spirit