Old Boots Blog Tour

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Grace Gibson’s third book, Old Boots, was released to the world, Friday, July 9th! The Blog Tour begins Monday, July 12th. Grace has some excerpts and posts that you will not want to miss! We hope you visit each blog and share your thoughts with us.

Blog Tour Schedule

07-12 Austenesque Reviews

07-14 Donadee’s Corner

07-15 From Pemberley to Milton

07-17 Probably at the Library

07-19 Jane Austen State of Mind


Some form of devilry has come over Mr. Darcy.

Since his father’s death, Fitzwilliam Darcy has endeavored to be reliable, responsible, and restrained. But upon visiting Netherfield Park in Hertfordshire, he finds himself weary of the struggle to be so damnably well regulated and delights in a revival of the carefree mischief that characterized his younger days.

What brings on this sudden reversal? Perhaps it is a shocking incident that takes place upon his first entering the neighborhood when he rescues Miss Elizabeth Bennet from the raging current of a rain-swollen stream. The so-called “lady” does not prefer to be rescued, and Darcy’s subsequent dunking, rather than resulting in the gratitude that is his due, is met with her confounding resentment of his interference.

This tale of Darcy’s entanglement with the mysteriously grief-stricken Bennet family is interwoven with a love story—a most delicious exchange of looks, barbs, pranks, and innuendos as Miss Elizabeth, the “lightning bolt of Longbourn,” regularly singes, frustrates, and humbles the man from Derbyshire.

Author Bio

Grace Gibson

In addition to mosaic art, which I create at Studio Luminaria, my home-based glass shop in El Paso, Texas, I enjoy writing regency romance and Pride and Prejudice variations for pleasure.   

Contact Info


Buy Links

Amazon US

Amazon UK

There will be a giveaway to go along with the blog tour so be sure to enter at each stop. The links for each stop will also be posted on the Meryton Press Facebook page under the Blog Tour Schedule.

8 Responses

  1. Sheila L. Majczan
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    Loved this story – 5 stars from me.

    • Meryton Press
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      Wonderful! We are so happy to hear that Sheila! We appreciate you stopping by and sharing your thoughts with us.

  2. J. W. Garrett
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    That cover is amazing. I love this story. I am going to have to read it again. Thanks to Meryton Press for putting this out there for us. Thanks to the designers for that cover, heavy sigh. And, most of all, thanks to Grace Gibson for her wit and excellent writing. This was 5+++ stars for me. It is in my top ten for the year… heck, make that my top 5 for the year. Blessings to everyone.

    • Meryton Press
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      Isn’t Grace an excellent author? We’re so happy you love the story and appreciate her wit and writing. It’s an awesome boost to all of us. It may be time for me to have a reread of the story myself! We’re also happy you like the cover. Grace found the perfect painting for it, and thankfully, the Barnstaple Town Council let us use it! 🙂 Thanks for stopping by, Jeanne.

  3. Buturot
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    Thank you for sharing. Looking forward to the book tour

    • Meryton Press
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      You are welcome, and we look forward to seeing you on the blog tour.

  4. Glynis
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    Like Jeanne, I definitely intend to reread this and most probably many times! I love this mischievous, flirty Darcy so much! And the humour? Perfect! This certainly earned the five stars I gave it. Thanks to all involved and just keep up the excellent work!

    • Meryton Press
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      I feel the same, Glynis. I loved this Darcy, too. I think I had a smile on my face during most of the story. Bandit and his antics kept me laughing. Thank you for the five stars!

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