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The Promise of Tomorrow by AnneMarie Brear
Genre: Historical fiction
Tour Dates: 1st- 10th November 2018
Publication Date: 1st September 2018
Formats available: Mobi or PDF
Estimated Page Count - 343
Types of post available: Reviews, guest posts and Q&As
Pre-order from Amazon UK: https://t.co/eFrJB9PgFY
Charlotte Brookes flees her lecherous guardian, McBride, taking her younger sister with her. After a year on the road, they stumble into a Yorkshire village. There, they are taken in by the Wheelers, owners of the village shop. This new life is strange for Charlotte, but preferable to living with McBride or surviving on the roads.
Harry Belmont is an important man in the village, but he’s missing something in his life. His budding friendship with Charlotte gives him hope she will feel more for him one day, and he will have the woman he needs.
However, when McBride finds out where Charlotte lives, his threats begin, and Harry takes it upon himself to keep Charlotte safe. Only, World War I erupts and Harry enlists.
Left to face a world of new responsibilities, and Harry’s difficult sister, Charlotte must run the gauntlet of family disputes, McBride's constant harassment and the possibility of the man she loves being killed.
Can Charlotte find the happiness that always seems under threat, and will Harry return home to her?
About AnneMarie Brear
Australian born AnneMarie Brear writes historical novels and modern romances and sometimes the odd short story, too. Her passions, apart from writing, are travelling, reading, researching historical eras and looking for inspiration for her next book.
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Blog Tour Schedule
Maximum 3 stops per day. Confirmed blogs will appear here.
Heartshaped Bluestocking- Review
Short Book and Scribes - Guest Post
A Soccer Mom's Book Blog - Guest Post
A Little Book Problem - Promo
The Magic Of Wor(l)ds -Review
The Caffeinated Bibliophile - Review
Historical Fiction with Spirit - Guest Post