Genre: Historical Romance/Regency/Suspense
Born and raised in Latvia, Rebecca Balodis marries Rhys Sudduth, an English diplomat. Shortly thereafter, he is summoned home to attend his father’s deathbed. Rebecca cannot accompany him at the time and becomes trapped in the turmoil plaguing her country. He is informed she died in the upheaval.
Nearly four years later, Rebecca escapes and arrives in London with their son in tow. Arriving in the middle of his sister’s ball proves awkward, especially since Rhys plans to announce his betrothal to a young debutante later in the evening.
Can this pair ever find or even recognize an enduring love?
This story surpassed all my expectations of a historical romance. I love this story right from the beginning, I could the emotions and the need for passion. I felt for Rebecca and how she had to deal with being separated from her husband and finally after fours yeas she was reunited with Rhys, who thought Rebecca had passed away and was about to marry someone else. I felt like he was a tortured soul because he had found new love but belonged to Rebecca. I loved the mystery, the story is more then just a romance, it has a outstanding creative plot. I felt the story is well written for the time period and everything was described well, like I can actually picture the story like a great movie. I cant wait to read more from this author. This is a book that you will not be able to put down.
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I write historical romance fiction novels set in the 1800s forward with a twist of suspense. All of my characters and stories that are portrayed in my books are fictitious. I am a native of Texas, but I have traveled through out America and beyond. As a dreamer, I love to visit new places where I can imagine a heroine meeting a hero in a special way. I’m an avid reader of (all sorts) and I love to write.
I married my high school sweat-heart and after having raised three sons plus one daughter, our love for each other remains unshaken. Now we enjoy our eight grandchildren. We can send them home, but we’re always happy for their return.
Outside of my family activities, I sing with the Silver Belles at my church and hate to miss even one practice. The local chapter of RWA is also at the top of my list of pleasures. It keeps me grounded with craft and connected with other writers.
Most of all, I enjoy going fishing with my husband. Give me a pole and leave me alone to bask in the sun, listening to water gurgle along the riverbanks while allowing my mind to float away to some distance place. Ah! Perfect.
An Enduring Love Blog Tour Schedule
Thursday, June 25
Excerpt at I Heart Reading
Friday, June 26
Spotlight at What Is That Book About
Monday, June 29
Review at Diana’s Book Reviews
Wednesday, July 1
Spotlight at A Literary Vacation
Friday, July 3
Guest Post at Just One More Chapter
Saturday, July 4
Excerpt & Giveaway at Teddy Rose Book Reviews