Release Day | Down on Daffodil Lane by Rebecca Pugh

I was kindly asked by the wonderful blogger Rebecca Minton to help contribute towards the release day of Rebecca Pugh's new book, Daffodil Lane.

About the author:

Rebecca Pugh grew up in the green county of Shropshire. Not an immediate reader, it took her a while to find her way towards the wonderful fictional words hidden between the pages of books. Ever since, she's fallen under the spell of countless authors and tales they've weaved. Her favourite authors, to name but a few, include Jill Mansell, Cathy Bramley, Sarah Morgan and Holly Martin. She loves nothing more than tapping away at the keyboard, taking her characters from imagination to page and, when that isn't the case, she adores curling up with a good book.

Rebecca is a fan of fairy tales that sweep you off your feet, dashing heroes, and strong, lovable heroines. She can't make up her mind about whether she prefers a countryside escape, or a love story set in bustling New York. Either way, she's more than happy to disappear into both.

When it comes to her own writing, Rebecca aims to whisk readers away to desirable locations, where they can meet characters who, she hopes, will begin to feel like friends. Wish a dash of romance here, and a shake-up of things there, she loves dreaming up stories and watching them come to life.

Blurb of Daffodil Lane:

'A charmed life . . .

Maria Charm's world might have recently crumbled, but that doesn't mean she's going to let it get her down. Sure, her ex husband broke her heart and decimated her trust, and while it would be so tempting to spend forever in her dressing gown, a tub of ice-cream in one hand and a glass of Chardonnay in the other, Maria wants more from her new -- single -- life!

A make over of her lovely little cottage on Daffodil Lane and a new job at Harriet's café are just the distractions Maria needs to carve a new life in the country. But one distraction she doesn't need is Mr. Tall, Brooding and Handsome from down the lane! After everything she's been through, can Maria ever trust a man again? Could risking her heart with Brad lead to a charmed life on Daffodil Lane?'

Praise for Rebecca Pugh's writing:

If you love the sound of Daffodil Lane, why not purchase it from Amazon UK, Kobo, or, alternatively, iBooks? As well as releasing a new novel, Rebecca Pugh has also published A Home in Sunset Bay and Return to Bluebell Hill.

Although my preferred genre of books is fantasy, I do occasionally read the odd chick-lit / romance, so I may just have to purchase this book in the future! If you want to know more about Rebecca Pugh and her novels, you can find her on Twitter.

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