The Sound of Emeralds Birthday Tour & GIVEAWAY from Rachelle Rea Cobb

Posted April 19, 2017 by meezcarrie in Christian, giveaway, historical, Rachelle Rea, romance / 21 Comments

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Hi dear reading friends! Welcome to my stop on The Sound of Emeralds birthday blog tour! I’m posting today about Rachelle Rea Cobb’s third installment in the Steadfast Love series, an inspirational historical romance set during the 16th century!

Rachelle is also the author of The Sound of Diamonds and The Sound of Silver, the first two books in the series. She has also written Write Well, a guide for writers! Last summer, she married a man with the same first name as the hero of the Steadfast Love series! I’m joining in this blog tour to tell you a little more about Emeralds and spread the news about the super-awesome giveaway Rachelle is hosting—make sure you enter using the Rafflecopter form to win signed copies of all three books!

about the book

What once was blazing hatred has turned to lasting love, but could the union of a wild heart with that of a lady ever result in more than heartache?

With the help of an old friend with uncertain loyalties, Dirk inches ever closer to clearing his name. Gwyneth throws her faith into good tidings and the promise of a future as a family.

But an old evil comes to call, just as tragedy rips apart a fledgling truce. Enemies from the past and grief for the future threaten to tear asunder what God had brought together…

As the date of Dirk’s trial approaches, his fate and his family hang in the balance. Will he be proven innocent of Gwyneth’s parents’ murders—or separated from her forever?

How much pain does it take to erode a love steadfast?

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SERIES: Steadfast Love #3
GENRE: Inspirational Historical Romance
PUBLISHER: WhiteFire Publishing
RELEASE DATE: April 15, 2016
PAGES: 250

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In 16th-century Europe, the Reformation rages between Protestants and Catholics. Gwyneth, half-Dutch, flees from England to Holland to escape the man who murdered her parents. When he follows her there and insists he came to rescue her, will she trust this man called Dirk? When tragedy strikes, will their steadfast love erode?

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about the author

Times gone by snatch Rachelle Rea Cobb close, so she reads and writes about years long ago–her passions include the Reformation, Revolutions, and romance. Rachelle wrote the Steadfast Love series during college. Five months after she graduated, she signed a three-book deal with her dream publisher, WhiteFire. She’s a homeschool grad, Oreo addict, and plots her novels while driving around her dream car, a pick-up truck. In June 2016, she married a man with the same name as her fictional hero, and they live happily ever after in Small Town, South. She is also the author of Write Well, a guide for writers, which released on March 4th!

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Enter using the Rafflecopter form below to signed copies of ALL THREE of Rachelle’s novels. The whole series, signed!

 International friends, this giveaway is open to continental U.S. addresses only (sorry!). But do still enter, because one international winner will also be chosen to receive all three e-books.

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21 responses to “The Sound of Emeralds Birthday Tour & GIVEAWAY from Rachelle Rea Cobb

  1. Paula S.

    Love history. I’m a Lutheran so would love stories about the Reformation! 500 th Anniversary!,

  2. Carrie, you’re a gift to book-lovers everywhere! Thank you for your continual support of stories and for the blessing you are to we authors. So glad you joined the blogosphere two years ago. 🙂

  3. Dianne Casey

    Love reading historical fiction and this series sounds amazing. Really enjoyed the description of the book.

  4. Debbie Clatterbuck

    At my age I prefer not to celebrate my birthdays anymore. Although, I do appreciate it when my youngest daughter takes me out to lunch.

  5. MH

    We usually go out for dinner or order in. And the kids get to skip swim practice (a very big deal indeed).

  6. Deanne Patterson

    With 12 children in my family we have plenty of birthday celebrating “practice”. We take the birthday child out to dinner and I bake a cake for them. They also get to stay up past bedtime.

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