Fancy being an ARC reader for Saving Grace?

Historical fiction book that takes place in Beacon Hill, Boston and across the American south in 1832. It takes place 6 months after the end of Ropewalk as Joshua and Bea start their new life together across the Atlantic, hoping their past doesn’t catch up…

I am reaching out into the reading community for people who fancy being part of the ARC team, the advance review team. You will receive a free copy of the ebook in return for an honest review on various book platforms on publication day, the 11th May.

It is your personal choice to have read book 1 before hand. It does help but its not necessary.

“Beautiful writing, romance, high drama in hard times with strong female lead.” W. J. Kite

The Blurb….

Beacon Hill, Boston. 1832.

“You are innocent. You are loved. You are mine.”

After surviving the brutal attack and barely escaping death at Lancaster Castle, Beatrice Mason attempts to build a new life with her husband Joshua across the Atlantic in Beacon Hill. But, as Beatrice struggles to cope with the pregnancy and vivid nightmares, she questions whether she is worthy of redemption.

Determined to put the past behind her after the birth of her daughter Grace, Bea embraces her newfound roles of motherhood and being a wife. Nevertheless, when she meets Sarah Bateman, their friendship draws Bea towards the underground abolitionist movement, despite the dangerous secrets it poses. Whilst concealed in the shadows, Captain Victor Hanley returns, obsessed with revenge and the desire to lay claim to what is his, exposes deceptions and doubts as he threatens their newly established happiness.

Now, Beatrice must find the strength to fight once more and save Grace, even if it costs her life.

What to do?

If you fancy being part of the ARC team then either comment below or send me a email to

hayley@hdcoulter.com

However, I must insist that you need to be able to post the review on the day of publication on various book platforms.

Hope to hear from you soon…

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