** GOODREADS GIVE-AWAY – THE GIRL FROM THE TEA GARDEN **

For those in the US – Goodreads.com are giving away 100 copies of THE GIRL FROM THE TEA GARDEN from now until 5th December.

GOODREADS GIVEAWAY

 

My new India Tea Series novel is launching on 6th December

 

In the dying days of the Raj, Anglo-Indian schoolgirl Adela Robson dreams of a glamorous career on the stage. When she sneaks away from school in the back of handsome Sam Jackman’s car, she knows a new life awaits—but it is not the one she imagined.

In Simla, the summer seat of the Raj government, Adela throws herself into all the dazzling entertainments 1930s Indian society can offer a beautiful debutante. But just as her ambitions seem on the cusp of becoming reality, she meets a charming but spoilt prince, setting in motion a devastating chain of events.

The outbreak of the Second World War finds Adela back in England—a country she cannot remember—without hope or love, and hiding a shameful secret. Only exceptional courage and endurance can pull her through these dark times and carry her back to the homeland of her heart.

2 comments on “** GOODREADS GIVE-AWAY – THE GIRL FROM THE TEA GARDEN **

  1. margaretskea Author of prize winning historical novel Turn of the Tide says:

    Hi Janet, nice to hear from you. I tried several times to enter this, but each time I got an error message [☹] Hope you get lots of folk interested and they do manage to enter!

    Margaret

    Awarded Hawthornden International Writer’s Fellowship 2016.

    New Release – Dust Blowing and Other Stories – launches 22nd October at Berwick literary Festival
    Turn of the Tide: Winner of the Beryl Bainbridge Best First Time Author Award
    Sequel – A House Divided – Long-listed for the Historical Novel Society New Novel Award 2015

    Visit my webpage: http://www.margaretskea.com
    Or Find me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MargaretSkeaAuthor.Novels/
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    • Hi Margaret – nice to hear from you!
      Sorry you weren’t able to sign up to the draw – I’m afraid the publishers have only set it for readers in the US on this occasion. I’ll let you know if this changes.
      Very best wishes
      Janet

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