Blog Tour Wrap Up: THE HARBOUR MASTER’S DAUGHTER & THE RIVER GIRL by Tania Crosse #Historicalfiction @joffebooks @booksnall2020

Tania, Joffe Books and I would like to say a big THANK YOU  to all the wonderful bloggers and reviewers who helped with the launch of THE HARBOUR MASTER’S DAUGHTER and THE RIVER GIRL.  Your help is very much appreciated

Blog Tour posts:

Susanna Bavin’s Blog  #Guestpost: Finding inspiration in Dartmoor’s history: Tania talks about THE HARBOUR MASTER’S DAUGHTER

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Fiction Book Reviews  It’s a rollercoaster of emotions but I loved it from start to finish. It’s one of those books you don’t want to end. I’m looking forward to reading more books from Tania Crosse because her writing style is just amazing.

Ginger Book Geek  ‘The Harbour Master’s Daughter’ is well written.   The author certainly knows how to grab your attention from the start and draw you into what proves to be a compelling read.  This was somewhat of an emotional read as I felt myself going through the various emotions that the different characters were going through.

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Grace J Reviewerlady  Beautifully written, this is a well-crafted story which kept me hooked all the way to the very end and I look forward to continuing with the series. Definitely recommended to all lovers of all good historical fiction

Bookish Jottings  A sweeping, evocative and captivating historical saga, Tania Crosse’s The Harbour Master’s Daughter is a dazzling tale of love and loyalty readers will be enthralled by.

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Ginger Book Geek Tania certainly knows how to grab your attention and draw you into one hell of an emotional tale and then some, which will tug on even the hardest of heartstrings.  Tania writes so realistically and convincingly that I felt myself going through every emotion that Elizabeth was going through.

Sue Loves to Read 

Bookish Jottings  Tania Crosse’s The River Girl is everything readers could possibly want from a historical saga and so much more besides. With a courageous heroine who never falters even when all the odds are stacked against her, vivid period descriptions of the Victorian era and plenty of drama, passion and emotion to keep readers absolutely riveted to the page.

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Love Books Actually  Set in beautiful Devon in 1867, Tania’s writing style is truly wonderful. Her descriptions of Devon really did set the scene and had me hooked until the very end. An emotional read that had me on the edge of my seat throughout, I absolutely hated having to put this down.

Susanna Bavin’s Blog  #Guestpost: Finding inspiration in Dartmoor’s history: Tania talks about RIVER GIRL


THE HARBOUR MASTER’S DAUGHTER

Format – Kindle
Publisher – JOFFE BOOKS historical romance and sagas
Publication Date – 27th May 2021
Genre – Crime Fiction
Author – Tania Crosse

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Devon, 1867. Free-spirited Rebecca Westbrook recognizes her perfect match when she sees him. His name is Captain Adam Bradley. She is the harbour master’s daughter. He is smouldering and sophisticated — the most eligible captain ever to sail into the quay. Anyone can see it’s meant to be. But Rebecca is anything but charmed. Her heart belongs to Tom Mason, a lowly cooper she’s known forever. Her father doubts Tom’s ability to provide securely for her. But Tom has a plan to prove him wrong. And until then, passionate Rebecca refuses to wait to be with him. But fate has other plans. Tragedy strikes, shattering the couple’s dreams of a life together. Vulnerable and alone, how will Rebecca survive without her soulmate? With the threat of bringing shame on herself and her family nipping at her heels, Rebecca can see only one way out. Is she strong enough to take it? (You can read my review post here: The Harbour Master’s Daughter blog tour post)


THE RIVER GIRL

Format – Kindle
Publisher – JOFFE BOOKS historical romance and sagas
Publication Date – 27th May 2021
Genre – Crime Fiction
Author – Tania Crosse

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Dartmoor, 1858. Elizabeth Thornton has every reason to want to escape from home — a ramshackle farm in the middle of nowhere on the wilds of Dartmoor. Since her father’s death, she’s been trapped here, in the clutches of her lascivious uncle. When a position opens up at Rosebank Hall, she jumps at the chance. She will be a domestic drudge at the beck and call of the house’s cantankerous master. It’s hardly the career of her dreams. Elizabeth wants to be a doctor, but she’ll do anything to be free of her uncle. Then one night, the master’s wayward son turns up, wounded in a conflict in a foreign country — damaged in every way a person can be. But as Elizabeth nurses him back to life, the pair grow closer and everything changes. But Elizabeth’s uncle isn’t ready to relinquish her yet . . . Will she keep on fighting for her freedom? Even with her dark past nipping at her heels? (you can read my review post here: The River Girl blog tour post)


Author Profile

TANIA CROSSE

Tania Crosse was born in London, but at a young age, moved to Surrey where her love of the countryside took root. She wanted to be an author since childhood, but after obtaining a degree in French Literature, life took over. It wasn’t until her children were older that she began writing seriously. She has now had published nine historical novels set on her beloved Dartmoor, while The Street of Broken Dreams, the last of four Twentieth Century sagas set in London and the south east, won Best Saga in the 2020 awards of the Romantic Novelists’ Association.

BOOKS BY TANIA CROSSE

Book 1: The Harbour Master’s Daughter
Book 2: The River Girl
Book 3: The Gunpowder Girl
Book 4: The Quarry Girl
Book 5: The Railway Girl
Book 6: The Wheelwright Girl
Book 7: The Ambulance Girl

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You may also like:

Book 1: The Harbour Master’s Daughter – Blog Tour Post
Book 2: The River Girl – Blog Tour Post
Book 3: The Gunpowder Girl – Blog Tour Post
Book 4: The Quarry Girl – Blog Tour Post
Book 5: The Railway Girl – Blog Tour Post
Book 6: The Wheelwright Girl – Blog Tour Post
Book 7: The Ambulance Girl – Blog Tour Post


I am always on the look out for bloggers and reviewers if you are interested you can sign up via the links below:

Bloggers or reviewers interested in joining Blog tours: https://mailchi.mp/74b299fbb681/bloggersignup

Reviewers who would like the opportunity to review advance copies: https://mailchi.mp/269c6ce3e0d7/stewart-giles-advance-readers

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