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Release day: To Turn Full Circle

1 August 2012

Today is the official release of  To Turn Full Circle by Linda Mitchelmore (paperback and ebook, Choc-lit).  Here’s the blurb:

Life in Devon in 1909 is hard and unforgiving, especially for young Emma Le Goff whose mother and brother die in curious circumstances, leaving her totally alone in the world.

While she grieves, her callous landlord, Reuben Jago, claims her home and belongings.  Reuben’s son, Seth, is deeply attracted to Emma and sympathises with her desperate need to find out what really happened, but all his attempts to help only incur his father’s wrath.

When mysterious fisherman, Matthew Caunter, comes to Emma’s rescue, Seth is jealous at what he sees and seeks solace in another woman. However, he finds that forgetting Emma is not as easy as he hoped.

Matthew is kind and charismatic, but handsome Seth is never far from Emma’s mind. Whatever twists and turns her life takes, it seems there is always something – or someone – missing.

Linda dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:

I wrote To Turn Full Circle as a coming of age/first romance story and there are in fact three men–Seth Jago, Matthew Caunter and Rupert Smythe–in Emma’s life. Each of them, in his own way, aids and encourages her in her growth from a girl to a woman. The book ends with Emma and Seth at last declaring their love for one another … but what will the future hold for them after all the trials and hardships they have been through? To Turn Full Circle is the first in a trilogy. Book two, No Turning Back (working title) will be published in the UK in June 2013–again by Choc Lit.

You can find out more about Linda’s work at her website and buy the book here.

  1. Barbara permalink
    1 August 2012 10:16 pm

    Congrats on the release of your book …. I like the sound of this book and will be able to imagine Devon as I used to go there for holidays when I lived in the UK


  2. Margaret James permalink
    1 August 2012 8:32 pm

    A lovely book – moving, emotional and really exciting, too! It took me to Devon and I loved being there.

  3. 1 August 2012 5:16 pm

    Congratulations on publication day, Linda! It’s a great book and you’ll get loads of lovely readers.

    • 1 August 2012 6:59 pm

      Thank you so much, Louise, for this post. I hope you’ll enjoy my story.
      And thansk, too, to Aimee and Sue….it is a lovely feeling being published on the other side of the world. I might go celebrate a little, later on…:)

  4. aimskye permalink
    1 August 2012 2:22 pm

    Congrats on your release day! While I don’t read many period books, this one sounds wonderful.


  5. louiseforster permalink
    1 August 2012 12:55 pm

    Another wonderful premise. I’ve got many ‘too reads’ on my bedside table, nevertheless I’ll have to ad this one as well. Best of luck.

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