Thursday, February 1, 2024

Book of the Month: Dance A Fearful Jig by Alison Huntingford #HistoricalFiction #RegencyFiction #BookOfTheMonth

* Book of the Month *

Dance A Fearful Jig

by Alison Huntingford

Publication Date: January 9th, 2024
Publisher: Lupin Publications
Pages: 215
Genre: Historical Fiction

What would you sacrifice for love?

Peterborough 1807

Rachel Alderman is a lonely, middle-aged housekeeper to a local vicar. Blighted by crippling shyness, illness and the needs of others, her life is going nowhere. That is, until a chance encounter with a mysterious stranger determines otherwise. 

Charles Le Boucher is a French soldier captured in the ongoing Napoleonic war, currently residing in the nearby POW camp, Norman Cross. Whilst out on parole, attempting to sell his delicately carved model ships in the marketplace, he meets and befriends Rachel. 

With their two countries on opposing sides in a bitter war, should they even be talking to one another? Despite family disapproval, can their innocent friendship blossom into love, and if it does, what will become of them?

Praise for Dance a Fearful Jig:

"I really enjoyed this story and the characters."
~ Chelsie S., Amazon 
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This title is available to read on #KindleUnlimited.

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