When Duty Calls Blog Tour

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The blog tour for When Duty Calls by Belén Paccagnella started today. The schedule with links is posted below, and we invite you to stop by and have your share in the conversation. There is also a giveaway for 8 eBooks so be sure to sign up at each stop of the tour that has the Rafflecopter.

Book Description:

The Netherfield ball brings about many changes for the population of Meryton, and more so for the female residents of Longbourn. Mr. Bingley’s departure leaves the eldest, Jane Bennet, heartbroken whilst Mr. Collins’s proposal induces Miss Elizabeth to make a hasty escape. During her flight, she happens upon Mr. Darcy, a gentleman she despises. A moment of solitude in the woods leads to rather improper behavior, and the couple departs with the promise they will tell no one about their minor indiscretion. When their secret is finally uncovered, marriage becomes the only solution to saving Elizabeth from social disgrace. Her other grudges against Mr. Darcy are amplified by resentment and the prospect of spending her life with a man she can never respect. Nonetheless, the marriage takes place, forcing the young couple to deal with their pride and prejudices as husband and wife.

Originally posted online almost twenty years ago, this Regency tale of redemption narrates the struggles of two people, their differences, and their rocky start. But will they succeed in overcoming lies, misunderstandings, and their own errors to finally find love?

When Duty Calls Blog Tour Schedule

March 11 Diary of an Eccentric

March 12 So Little Time…

March 13 Austenprose

March 16 Babblings of a Bookworm

March 17 Donadee’s Corner

March 18 Savvy Verse & Wit

March 19 Interests of a Jane Austen Girl

March 20 Austenesque Reviews

March 21 More Agreeably Engaged

March 23 From Pemberley to Milton

March 24 My Vices and Weaknesses

2 Responses

  1. Sheila L. Majczan

    I am looking forward to reading this story. I do like FMS tales.

    • Meryton Press

      We are happy to hear it, Sheila. I too, love forced marriages. Thanks for commenting. We hope you get to read the book soon.