Release Date for One Truth Revealed

I’m so excited to announce the release date for One Truth Revealed, book #2 in the English Village series. The release date is July 14, 2017! Here is the gorgeous cover:

And a blurb:

At thirty-five-years of age, and with pressure from her adoptive mother, Lina Bright is ten days away from undergoing Artificial Insemination in London. She doesn’t need a husband. She travels to Oldcastle to meet her biological mother, a spinster who runs a village teashop. To keep her mother’s secret, but determine her father’s identity, she creates the cover of scouting for property to start a new school.

A bachelor at forty, Drew Compton is an English Professor in Oxford. Diagnosed with “poor swimmers” his fiancée left him. He plans to live out his life alone, with his books. Disliking his mother’s secrets and controlling ways, he seldom returns to Oldcastle. But a chance meeting has him intrigued. Who is this chic Londoner?

As Lina’s plans for a school become a reality, romance blossoms, but roadblocks ensue. Will Lina and Drew trust in each other to overcome the difficulties and create a future together?

A tale of secrets and fears, love lost and found, One Truth Revealed, weaves a compelling web of intrigue and deception.

To celebrate, I’m offering a print book of One Safe Place, (book #1 in the series) to two lucky readers. Or if you prefer, I will gift you an eBook from Amazon for your Kindle. I’ll do the drawing on Sunday 14th, to say Happy Mother’s Day. I’d also love an honest review when you finish reading.

To enter this drawing, please leave a comment telling me what you think of first, when you think of England.

Addendum: the winners, drawn randomly from the magic hat, are Charlotte and CB. I will be in touch by email. Thank you everyone for playing along! And happy Mother’s Day to all!


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16 Responses to Release Date for One Truth Revealed

  1. Claire Naden says:

    When I think of England my thoughts turn to the royal family. But most importantly how badly I want to visit!

  2. robena grant says:

    Because I watch so many Brit shows on PBS, these days I always think of Cornwall. It used to be red telephone boxes, Claire Naden. 🙂

  3. Nicci says:

    Looks great, Robena! Congratulations.

  4. Robena says:

    Thank you, Nicci. Much appreciated! 😀

  5. CB Clark says:

    Love your cover…very eye-catching. Your blurb is great as well. Good luck with your new release. I’m sure you’ll do well, Robena.

  6. Tena says:

    Beautiful cover!!! interesting story line. What I think of first, when I think of England. Close to Ireland and Scotland, then a cozy cottage in the country side with gray skies over head.

  7. Charlotte says:

    When I think of England, sometimes I think about the royal family. More often I think about my lovely sister-in-law Yvie and I am so grateful that she lives here in New York instead of England. Sometimes when I think of England I think of the London Eye or the hip new spots along the Thames that jostle with hundreds year old buildings.

  8. robena grant says:

    Yes. Modern London, Charlotte. My how that skyline has changed from my first visit in the 70’s. 🙂

  9. Judy Meadows says:

    I’ve been to England. For some reason I think of “the tube” (subway). And rain. And green, green rolling hills in the countryside. Oh…and Doc Martin!

  10. Love the cover and the concept. Best of luck with the new release.

  11. Donamae says:

    Rain, royal family, The Beatles, fog, subway and rolling hills.