Release day: Honor’s Promise
Today is the official release date for Honor’s Promise: Liam’s Journey by Noelle Clark (book 2, Robinhill Farm series) (ebook, Secret Cravings Publishing). Here’s the blurb:
Loyalty is high on Liam Cullen’s agenda, but lately he’s been feeling restless. He wants to run away from the endless routines of life on the family farm. He contemplates busting free of the sometimes suffocating confines of the close-knit family. He’d like to see the world. Maybe meet a few girls.
Riddled with guilt that he could even consider such a thing, the final blow comes when Liam’s abilities as a first rate farmer are questioned. He sees red and his quick temper is sorely stretched. He struggles inner demons and attempts to fight the inevitable – until he meets the girl with the blue-green eyes and the copper-colored hair.
Without knowing it, Aislin O’Neill sweeps Liam off his feet, and transports him to a place he’s only ever dreamed of. It’s soon apparent that Aislin has her own inner battles. Will she break her self-imposed vow to never get involved with anyone again?
Noelle dropped by to tell us a little about this book:
Liam’s story is special to me. I think most of us have, at one time or another, had to choose between family loyalty and obligations, and the quest for true love. It’s a tough struggle, and Liam’s is no different. Liam faces the prospect of having to walk away from the family farm—the only life he’s ever known—to follow the gorgeous girl with the long copper-coloured hair, around the world. He knows his family would be devastated, but such is his love for Aislin that he is prepared to do just that. The story unfolds to reveal a love affair that has the potential to either end in tragedy or joy.
You can find out more about Noelle’s work on her website.
Noelle is holding an exclusive giveaway for ARRA members happening. Simply leave a comment here and Noelle will draw one lucky person who will receive an ebook of the first book in the Robinhill Farm series, Honor’s Debt. The competition closes on 14 July 2015.