I am super excited to have been asked to be part of the blog tour for this fabulous new self published adult romance book Anchored In The Bay by Rachelle Paige.
Anchored In The Bay was released on the 1st May 2015 published in ebook and is set to be a romantic read.
A huge thank you to Faye Rogers and Rachelle Paige for having me on this wonderful tour.
For my stop on the blog tour I have a brilliant guest post from Rachelle about her protagonist, Emily…..
When Emily balked at running away with her childhood sweetheart, Ed, eight years ago, she had no idea he’d disappear from her life. In the years since, she’s managed to push past her pain to open her own business and find love again. Her life feels good, until Ed shows up on her doorstep.
Ed vowed he’d never come back for her. But no matter how many miles, or blondes, he’d put between them, he couldn’t shake her hold on his heart. He’d pictured himself stepping back into her life, but hadn’t counted on her despair over his business or that she’d be pregnant.
Now Ed is fighting both for and against her to win her heart once and for all. But can they find their way back to each other, through years of hurt and with an unexpected baby on the way?
Top Five Things About My Protagonist
This story has both a male and a female protagonist. But in my mind, it’s really Emily’s book.
- Emily is a very strong character who has grown accustomed to only relying on herself.
- But she doesn’t necessarily like that. She wants to be able to count on other people.
- She’s a hard worker and doesn’t know how to not be in control.
- In this story, that’s exactly what she has to grapple with; how to course correct and adjust after her life seemingly spins out of her grasp.
- She’s very loyal.
6. She has no sense of style and would probably wear jeans and baggy shirts every day if not for her best friend Jess.)
You can buy a copy of this book here
Or why not add the book to your Goodreads wish list here
About Rachelle Paige
Rachelle Paige lives in the Midwest, spending her days taking care of her family and her nights plotting her next story. Setting her books in some of her favorite locales provides the perfect excuse for plenty of research trips.
You can catch up or follow the rest of this fab blog tour at the following stops!
Monday 12th September
Tuesday 13th September
Wednesday 14th September
Thursday 15th September
Friday 16th September
Saturday 17th September
Sunday 18th September
A huge huge thank you to Rachelle and to Faye Rogers for organising and having me on this fab blog tour!
You can also check out Rachelle’s top 5 romantic moments in literature here
Have you read Anchored In The Bay? What did you think? Are you intrigued? I would love to hear from you! Why not leave a comment using the reply button at the top of this review or tweet me on twitter using @chelleytoy!