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An Unwavering Trust Blog Tour Kick-off! — 66 Comments

  1. Looks very interesting and such an evil cliff-hanger! I’d like to be considered for the e-book drawing as I am a denizen of Down Under 😉

  2. Thank you Leslie!!Do you Know if Your book is already available in Amazon also herr in Italy?? Please let me Know cause this week end I want to Read it! Thanks and Regards. Barbara

    • As soon as it’s released, it should be on Amazon worldwide. You should be able to pre-order it through Amazon.it now. Thanks, Barbara!

  3. I am eagerly anticipating the release of this book. I preordered the ebook on Amazon a few weeks ago, so I would be interested in the first prize. I loved the prologue you posted a little while ago. Thanks so much for your generous give away Leslie.

  4. Ooh, this looks exciting! I read your “additional prologue” and am very eager to learn what happened next; I wonder if you have killed someone. The sneak peak of your first chapter is even more curious, with the elder Darcy wanting to force our boy to marry his cousin.

    I would be happy to win either drawing, although I admit to having a preference for paper books.

    • I won’t give spoilers, but I have been known to take characters out though! Thanks, junewilliams7!

  5. Looks like a great story! I would love to be entered in to the first prize package drawing. Thank you! 🙂

    • The paperback is being released through Createspace, so it should show up in the Amazon.ca store. Thanks, Vesper Meikle!

  6. I would love to entered for the ebook copy. I’ve had this book in my amazon wishlist for a long time and would love to win a copy. Thanks for the opportunity.

  7. What about Nook? I know Amazon gets all the “first Dibs”. I have been watching everyday to see when I can get the e-book. Too bad it isn’t this week since it is a 3 day weekend in the States and I am in a hunker down mood. I would prefer the first giveaway…sounds kind of Caroline Bingleyish doesn’t it? Not my usual style. Anyway my grandchildren would love the Hobnobs and the Cadbury Dairy Milk (whatever that is). My grandson and I are planning a trip to London in March so need to get him accustomed to all things English. After all this rambling…I really have enjoyed your other books and have re-read them at least twice. They are great stories. Thanks so much for the quiet hours I have spent with your writing.

    • Cadbury Dairy Milk is nothing more than milk chocolate, which is a little different than the American versions. It’s a bit creamier. I admit to never having the Hobnobs or the Digestives, but they are big things here to have with your tea. I’ve heard they are good, and I figured they would be fun for the giveaway–more for the American JA fans, but I’m certain any English winners won’t turn them down. 🙂
      I can do a Nook, but it will come out later and Barnes and Noble than the other retailers. Smashwords will have the ePub file right away though if you don’t mind getting it through them.
      Thanks, Maggie!

  8. It it fun for me as a reader to read about some of the process of publishing your book…I have enh=joyed the excerpts you have shared and look forward to reading the entire story.
    I would love to be entered in the 1st giveaway. I also tihnk that after tasting the Hobnobs and Digestives the lucky winner will be hooked. We have a Wegmans grocery store here in NJ that carries them both in the British foods section.

    • Oh, you should see me pull my hair out at some of the process! I do love writing though, and I do feel rather accomplished when I get everything finished.
      I’ve heard Digestives and Hobnobs are nice, but I can’t eat them since wheat is a no-no for me. I did think they would go better with tea than prawn cocktail crisps! Thanks, Theresa!

  9. I have had my eye on your release. Your addition and sneak peek keep me intrigued. Thank you for sharing. Thank you for the giveaway. I would be thrilled to be included in either/both giveaways. Congratulations!

  10. The prologue and first chapter sneak peak are wonderful. I’ am looking forward to reading the entire book. I’d love to win either prize. Thanks!

    • Thanks so much! The cover is the gardens behind the cathedral in Ely. I love it back there in May! It’s beautiful!

  11. Just got through with the wip on fan site. Love love this book in that variation

    Please entertain me for either !
    Thank you for the opportunity !!

  12. Love your other books and can not wait for this one. I preordered the eBook so please just enter me for the paper back. Thanks so much for the giveaway 🙂

  13. Leslie, Loved reading the book on the forum. Can’t wait for the hard copy. Best of luck with your new publication. Jen

  14. I just re-read your cliffie of a prologue and your excerpt and can’t wait to read your book! I’m happy with either of the give-aways as long as I get to read your book!! 😀

    Congratulations on a job well done!! 😀

    Warmly,
    Susanne 🙂

  15. Congratulations on the new book! I can’t wait to read it!

    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway! I’d be thrilled to win either one. 🙂

  16. Sorry, Leslie, I’ve only just caught up woth your prequel and first chapter excerpt. They’re both very intriguing, I must say, especially the cliffhanger.

    As a native of “this sceptred isle”, I’d love to be entered for the first giveaway, especially as I live in Yorkshire. You mentioned Yorkshire Tea, the only sort to drink, of course, particularly if you have a Hobnob or Digestive biscuit to dunk in it. Are you familiar with the custom of dunking? Dipping a biscuit (or cookie, in your case) into a hot cup of tea and then removing and eating it before it collapses into the tea in a pile of mush. A cup of tea (made in one’s P&P mug) isn’t complete with a biscuit to dunk! The paperback copy of your book is obviously the prime object in this package, of course.

    • I love Yorkshire tea! And we do dunk! It’s very common with Oreos or Graham crackers and milk. When I can find good gluten-free goodies, I will sometimes dunk them in my milk or hot chocolate. I’ve never dunked in tea, but I will have to find some gluten-free biscuits to dunk in my tea. Thanks, Anji!

  17. A cliffhanger, indeed!

    I hope you have a blast on your blog tour! I pre ordered the kindle version but I’d love to be in the drawing for the goody pack. Thanks so much! 🙂

  18. Congratulations on the forthcoming release and on the first blog tour! The book blurb sounds intriguing (“Two strangers with no one to turn to but each other”) and I very much like arranged marriage/engagement scenarios and make it a rule to read all such P&P variations:) Thank you for the giveaway! I would love to win the second prize (ebook).

  19. My kindle is happily awaiting An Unwavering Trust. It already contains your other published novels. I would love to be included in the goody raffle. Thank you!!

    ~Gail

  20. Best congratulations on your book being
    published and your very first blog tour!
    I like the plot already. Please enter me in
    the drawing for the goodies.

  21. So excited you book will be available in just a few days! I did preorder it in Kindle form the second I noticed it on Amazon, so am so looking forward to the release. Could you put me in for the 1st foodies in the drawing? Thank you and congrats on your coming release!!!!!

  22. I loved reading your story on the forum and am so happy for you that it is now published. Sure… include me in the drawing. Jen Red

    • One day, I might become accustomed to the rigamarole of formatting and publishing! Now, my nerves are a bit like Mrs. Bennet. I just hope most people like it! Thanks, Regina!

  23. I would love to win the e-book, Leslie. The other prize is tempting too but I don’t qualify for it. Congrats on the impending publication of your third Austenesque novel.

  24. Well, I can anticipate another block of time consumed with reading this book, eating, and visiting the necessary room. Thank you in advance for the pleasure.

    I would be pleased with either prize, although that cup is awfully appealing, I must say.

    • LOL! You don’t have to drink all of the tea at once! I do recommend mixing Yorkshire tea with milk. It’s rather strong if you don’t. Thanks, Maclaney!

  25. A big thanks to everyone who commented and entered for the e-book and the paperback prize! If you would like to leave me a message, then please do, but entry for the giveaway is closed.

  26. Had to come back here!. I was very suprised and happy to find the Nook version of this on May 29th. I finished it yesterday and trully enjoyed it. Would have finished sooner but the garden needed weeding. Again, an outstanding job and an unusual variation. Unlike most variations and the original P&P, Darcy has a personality at the very beginning. It gets lost but things work out. Also, the dynamic in the Dary/Fitzwilliam familes was very entertaining. Thanks for a wonderful book….it goes on the to read again.

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