Blog tour spotlight, with giveaway: A Jersey Bombshell by Georgina Troy

By | July 22, 2016

Gabriel has returned to the island of Jersey after ten years abroad to help his aging showbiz parents revive their failing Art Deco hotel. This proves to be something of a challenge, especially as his singer father and actress mother are more concerned with staying in the limelight than keeping track of the cash-flow. Gabriel isn’t going anywhere fast … 

Meanwhile, he’s stunned to find that the hotel’s new receptionist is the girl he fell in love with years earlier in Vietnam, and someone who is tied to Jersey is the last thing she needs…

I’m a little bit shame-faced to admit that I still haven’t read any of the books in Georgina Troy’s Jersey Scene series. But I do know how beautifully she writes – Broken Faces, a quite different book, written under her other name of Deborah Carr, was a wonderful read. This series is one I plan to catch up with as soon as I can. A Jersey Bombshell, published by Accent Press on 17 June, is the fourth in the series, can be read as a stand-alone, and is available in paperback and for kindle from Amazon in the UK and US.

With thanks to the author and tour organiser Brook Cottage Books, I’m delighted to be able to offer one lucky reader the chance to win an Amazon gift voucher for $25 or equivalent, open internationally. Here’s the rafflecopter for entry:

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Georgina Troy lives in Jersey, an island fifteen miles off the coast of France. She’s a hopeless romantic and enjoys spending time day-dreaming about heroes on one of the nearby beaches with her three rescue dogs. When Georgina realised that no one else was writing books about the beautiful wind-swept beaches and intriguing inhabitants of her island home, she decided she had to provide some.

Georgina has a blog and website, and can also be followed on Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, Instagram and Google+

2 thoughts on “Blog tour spotlight, with giveaway: A Jersey Bombshell by Georgina Troy

  1. Anne Williams

    A pleasure Debs – I really must catch up on this series, it sounds thoroughly lovely xx

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