Guest Post – My Top Five Romantic Moments In Literature by Rachelle Paige
I am super excited to have been asked to be part of the blog tour for this fabulous new self published adult romance book Tidal Patterns (Golden Shores #1) by Rachelle Paige.
Tidal Patterns was released on the 12th April 2016 published in ebook and is set to be a romantic read.
A huge thank you to Faye Rogers and Rachelle Paige for having me on this wonderful tour.
For my stop on the blog tour I have a brilliant guest post from Rachelle about her Top Five Romantic Moments In Literature …..
Elizabeth Shaw is the preeminent, and only, wedding planner at the historic beach resort on Jekyll Island. She’s sure she’ll land the newly created role overseeing all major events. Then she’ll get a raise and won’t be forced to leave.
Mark Edwards doesn’t need any more stress. He’s ready to slow down and enjoy the tiny seaside town he calls home. His boss pushes him to apply for the new management position and he agrees. After a decade in catering, he’s sure he can do the events job without any trouble.
Neither counted on the other getting in the way.
My Top Five Romantic Moments In Literature
My top five romantic moments in literature all happen in moments of high tension and stress in their respective novels. Without conflict, the romance can’t shine. In real-life, we don’t really want to contrast a moment of elation with despair. I love reading these scenes.
The moment Edward explains to Eleanor that his brother married Edward’s former fiancée in Sense and Sensibility
Mr. Darcy’s second proposal in Pride and Prejudice
When Mr. Rochester proposes to Jane in Jane Eyre
Father Ralph confronting Meghan after she rides off from Mary’s New Year’s celebration in The Thornbirds
The kiss in the rain in The Notebook
You can buy a copy of this book here
Or why not add the book to your Goodreads wish list here
Tidal Patterns (Golden Shores #1) and Coastal Erosion (Golden Shores #2) will be 99p for the duration of the tour.
Surface Currents (Golden Shores #3) is releasing on 6th December 2016.
About Rachelle Paige
Rachelle Paige lives in the Midwest, spending her days taking care of her family and her nights plotting her next story. Setting her books in some of her favorite locales provides the perfect excuse for plenty of research trips.
You can catch up or follow the rest of this fab blog tour at the following stops!
Monday 5th December
Tuesday 6th December
Wednesday 7th December
Thursday 8th December
Friday 9th December
Saturday 10th December
Sunday 11th December
A huge huge thank you to Rachelle and to Faye Rogers for organising and having me on this fab blog tour!
You can catch a previous guest post with Rachelle Paige about Anchored In The Bay here
Have you read Tidal Patterns? What did you think? Are you intrigued? I would love to hear from you! Why not leave a comment using the reply button at the top of this review or tweet me on twitter using @chelleytoy!