Monday, March 2, 2020

Cover Reveal: Her Lady's Honor by Renee Dahlia

This blog has existed 17 years and in all that time, as incredible as this is going to sound, I have never once hosted a Cover Reveal. Not ever. The honor of the first Bat Cave Cover Reveal is going to be a book, that if you've read this blog for any stretch of time, will come as no surprise. What sort of book gets Wendy to finally hop on the Cover Reveal Bandwagon?  An usual historical set post-World War I. Because, of course!

The war might be over, but the battle for love has just begun.  
When Lady Eleanor “Nell” St. George arrives in Wales after serving as a veterinarian in the Great War, she doesn’t come alone. With her is her former captain’s beloved warhorse, which she promised to return to him—and a series of recurring nightmares that torment both her heart and her soul. She wants only to complete her task, then find refuge with her family, but when Nell meets the captain’s eldest daughter, all that changes. 
Beatrice Hughes is resigned to life as the dutiful daughter. Her mother grieves for the sons she lost to war; the care of the household and remaining siblings falls to Beatrice, and she manages it with a practical efficiency. But when a beautiful stranger shows up with her father’s horse, practicality is the last thing on her mind.  
Despite the differences in their social standing, Beatrice and Nell give in to their unlikely attraction, finding love where they least expect it. But not everything in the captain’s house is as it seems. When Beatrice’s mother disappears under mysterious circumstances, Nell must overcome her preconceptions to help Beatrice, however she’s able. Together they must find out what really happened that stormy night in the village, before everything Beatrice loves is lost—including Nell.
CW: Domestic violence, suicide, war-related deaths and injuries (humans and horses), death and disability caused by pre-vaccine era, race riots (not detailed on page but discussed by characters), slavery and Highland Clearances (discussion on where Nell's family made their money).

Her Lady's Honor will be published by Carina Press on June 22, 2020 and is available for preorder.

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1 comment:

Carole Rae said...

What a beautiful cover!