Tuesday, February 25, 2020

All's Well in Jingle Valley by Martha Reynolds- I Read Book Tour-Spotlight/Giveaway



About the book
Book Title All's Well in Jingle Valley (A Happily Ever After Series Book 3) by Martha Reynolds
Category:  Adult Fiction (18+)
Genre Women's Fiction, Romance
Publisher Martha Reynolds
Release date:   October 2019
Tour dates: February 10 to February 28, 2020
Content Rating: PG + M:
 I use this rating because there may be a little profanity (although I tend not to be explicit - there might be a 'shit' in there somewhere). Adults being adults, a hint at adultery, but nothing explicit in language or with sexual content.
BOOK DESCRIPTION:
It's been three years since Julie Tate and her business partner Freddy saved the farm at Jingle Valley and set up their boutique wedding business. After much hard work, and some challenging clients, it finally looks like they're well on their way to success. Newly single, Julie's trying not to envy the happiness enjoyed by her wedding clients. But it's difficult to keep her mind on the job when her days are filled with other people's romances. And when a door she thought was closed appears to open again, her confusion deepens.

Second-chance couple April and Bill clearly adore each other, and they love the idea of getting married at Jingle Valley. But with each bringing complicated histories to their relationship, will their pasts interfere with them tying the knot?

As autumn softens into winter at the beautiful Massachusetts farm, Julie resolves to do everything she can to ensure a happy ending for her clients. But despite her best efforts, will there be fewer weddings than planned at Jingle Valley this year? Or could there be more?
And I am thinking
I am putting on my TBR list. 

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2 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for sharing this romantic novel. This series sounds like a wonderful pick me up!

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  2. Beta-readers are indeed extremely important in your process. They will catch mistakes even you or a proofreader didn’t catch, and give amazing tips on how to develop further your story. I used https://honestbookreview.com to get a few reviews and also promote my book. Hopping to be in the top 100 genre lists and see better sales this Christmas season…

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