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Book Review, Author Interview & Giveaway! ~ Until That Distant Day by Jill stengl

Hello Friends! It is my pleasure to host author, Jill Stengl, today! We’ve been anticipating her book since last year, and it’s finally here! There’s an interview and giveaway! But first, my review of her latest book, Until That Distant Day … About the Book Colette and her brother Pascoe are two sides of the same coin, dependent upon one another in the tumultuous world of the new Republic. Together they labor with other leaders of the sans-culottes to ensure freedom for all the downtrodden men and women of France. But then the popular uprisings turn bloody and the rhetoric proves false. Suddenly, Colette finds herself at odds with Pascoe and struggling to unite her fractured family against the lure of violence. Charged with protecting an innocent young woman and desperately afraid of losing one of her beloved brothers, Colette doesn’t know where to turn or whom to trust as the bloodshed creeps ever closer to home. Until that distant day when peace returns to France, can she find the strength to defend her loved ones . . . …

Cover Reveal ~ Until That Distant Day … And Awesome Books Giveaway!

Hello friends! It is my pleasure to introduce the book cover of Jill Stengl’s first book in seven years. Yes, it’s true! Before I present the cover, a little bit about Jill: she’s the author of sixteen romance books and novellas published with Barbour Publishing. And she (and her daughter, Anne Elisabeth) are editors with the Stengl Fiction Editing Services. You can read the rest about Jill in the ‘About the Author’ section. Now on to the Cover Reveal! Folks, I hereby introduce to you this very lovely and thoughtfully put together cover. Kudos to Anne Elisabeth Stengl (Jill’s daughter) and Amber Stokes (yes, my editor) for putting together this Cover Reveal. To know the other bloggers in this shindig and hear their thoughts on this cover, visit Anne’s blog here for the list. About the Book Paris, France 1792 Colette DeMer and her brother Pascoe are two sides of the same coin, dependent upon one another in the tumultuous world of the new Republic. Together they labor with other leaders of the sans-culottes to ensure freedom for …