I'm excited to announce The Red Chrysanthemum Blog Tour begins today!
Below you will find the blog tour schedule. Make sure you stop by each stop as some will also be having giveaways where you can enter for a chance to win a copy of The Red Chrysanthemum!
11/4: My Jane Austen Book Club Guest post & giveaway11/5: Kinx's Book Nook Guest post & giveaway11/8: Best Sellers & Best Stellars of Romance Review11/9: My Love for Jane Austen Guest post, excerpt, & giveaway11/10:The Delighted Reader Guest post11/12: Faith Hope & Cherrytea Excerpt
I want to thank those bloggers participating in Leatherbound Reviews' first blog tour event. Thank you, ladies! And thank you in advance to all of you readers who will also be taking part in this event! I hope you find Linda Beutler's guest posts diverting and the reviews informative. =)
From the publisher: “Pride and Prejudice” and the language of flowers…
When Fitzwilliam Darcy leaves the inn in Lambton after a tense but fruitful visit with Elizabeth Bennet, her words cultivate his hopes. “Less naturally amiable tempers than Mr. Bingley’s have found ways to forgive you.” Has she excused his flaws of character and errors in judgement? While dining at Pemberley, Elizabeth is confounded when Darcy says of her scent, “Now I find I am more fond of lavender than ever… certainly even more fond of it than I was in, say, April.” Has he pardoned her intemperate assault on his pride?
As her esteem blossoms into love and his desire flourishes into devotion, the meanings of every leaf and petal allow Elizabeth and Darcy to express emotions too vulnerable to speak aloud. But can messages in fronds and leaflets save their fragile hearts when scandalous news arrives from Longbourn?
Perhaps flowers do not always say it best.