Tuesday 20 October 2020

Welcome to Day #2 of the blog tour for The Potential for Love: A Regency Novel by Catherine Kullmann #BookReview #RegencyRomance #CoffeePotBookClub @CKullmannAuthor @gwendalyn_books






Publication Date: 31 March 2020

Publisher: Willow Books

Print Length: 414 Pages

Genre: Historical Fiction/Historical Romance/Regency Romance/Historical Women’s Fiction


For over six years, Thomas Ferraunt’s thoughts have been of war. Newly returned to England from occupied Paris, he must ask himself what his place is in this new world and what he wants from it. More and more, his thoughts turn to Arabella Malvin, but would Lord Malvin agree to such a mismatch for his daughter, especially when she is being courted by Lord Henry Danlow?

About to embark on her fourth Season, Arabella is tired of the life of a debutante, waiting in the wings for her real life to begin. She is ready to marry. But which of her suitors has the potential for love and who will agree to the type of marriage she wants?

As she struggles to make her choice, she is faced with danger from an unexpected quarter while Thomas is stunned by a new challenge. Will these events bring them together or drive them apart?

We are celebrating the release of the special hardback edition of The Potential for Love during this tour. With a beautiful dust jacket over an elegant laminated cover, it will enhance any library and is the perfect gift for lovers of historical women’s fiction and historical romance.

The first stop of the tour is over on Gwendalyn's Books for a fabulous review.

Check out a snippet: “I really appreciate the little remembrance of Georgette Heyer’s style writing or Austen’s. With its satire and plight of young woman and the social restrictions of the Ton. The authors is wonderful at giving rich meticulous detail, that places the reader in the front row, of this stunning book. I have to say that I inhaled this one. It was beautifully executed novel. I was completely engaged with the characters as they felt real and three dimensional. The plot line flows and the narration is impeccable.
This is my first book by this talented author. I am definitely going to seek out and read more from her.
I highly recommend this book for those who love gorgeous details, and regency dramas…” Head over to Gwendalyn's Books to check out the rest of the review!

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