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Release day: Rachael’s Jaunt

9 October 2020

Today is the official release of Rachael’s Jaunt by Joanne Austen Brown (Come With Me series, book 1) (ebook and print, self-published). Here’s the blurb:

Rachael Fielding loves Scotland.

She escapes her busy life for some down time but does not expect that time to be in 1822. Is she dreaming? And why is the man she knows as her dream Scotsman suddenly there in front of her?
Duncan Murray is a laird though he does not want to be. But he was born to the position. Then Rachael shows up and his world is turned upside down. Can she be the love of his life and what have the Fae got to do with it?

Is she a spy for the soon to visit, King George 4th?
Can he believe her stories of the future? The two will be tested to their limits. Will the Fae have their way and is there a future for Duncan and Rachael?

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

This is the beginning of a new ‘Come with Me’ series. Still set in the late Regency period, the series involves the Fae, time travel, soul mates and some mystery. Book 2 will be Molly’s Laird and the 3rd book Glenna’s Future. If the readers like this series, there is scope for added stories. If you enjoyed the murder and mystery from Always Louisa, you will love the twists and turns that Rachael’s Jaunt will take you on. Don’t you love the word jaunt? Some people thought that it was too old fashioned, but I love it and think that it is great for this period piece. I look forward to hearing what you lovely readers think of Rachael and Duncan.

You can find out more about this book, including buy links, at Joanne’s website.

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  1. 10 October 2020 8:53 am

    Huge congratulations Rachael and happy release day!

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