hands out yummy slices of chocolate cakeWelcome all! Welcome to the Release Day Blitz for Charming and the Cherry Blossom by LJ Evans. I just fell head over heels in love with that gorgeous cover and HAD to help out with promoting this book!
For today’s post I got some teasers and book/author information!
Congratulations to the author on their book releasing today! I hope you have a fantastic and fun day!
Let’s get the party started.
Today was a fairy tale…
I inherited a fortune from a dad I never knew,
And a thoroughly charming guy asked me out.
Unfortunately, my fairy tale could disappear in ninety days…
Because there’s an impossible task to complete,
And a greedy cousin plotting against me.
Plus, I’m not your typical fairy tale princess.
I have a secret that might send my charming running,
And threatens my future if the press finds out.
If today was a fairy tale…
Why does my happily ever after look so far out of reach?
Inspired by Taylor Swift’s “Today Was a Fairytale,” this slow-burn romance is pure escapism.
A full-length, standalone adult romance.
Buy the book here: Amazon
About the author:
Award winning author, LJ Evans, lives in the California Central Valley with her husband, daughter, and the terrors called cats. She’s been writing, almost as a compulsion, since she was a little girl and will often pull the car over to write when a song lyric strikes her. A former first-grade teacher, she now spends her free time reading and writing, as well as binge-watching original shows like The Crown, A Discovery of Witches, Veronica Mars, and Stranger Things.
If you ask her the one thing she won’t do, it’s pretty much anything that involves dirt–sports, gardening, or otherwise. But she loves to write about all of those things, and her first published heroine was pretty much involved with dirt on a daily basis, which is exactly why LJ loves fiction novels–the characters can be everything you’re not and still make their way into your heart.
Her debut novel, MY LIFE AS A COUNTRY ALBUM, was the Independent Author Network’s 2017 YA Book of the Year.