Welcome to the Blog Tour for Danger on the Loch by Paige Edwards, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours! I’m delighted to host Paige on the blog today to chat about her new romantic suspense (that I can’t wait to read)!
Title: Danger on the Loch
Author: Paige Edwards
Publisher: Covenant Communications
Release Date: April 5, 2021
Genre: Clean, Romantic Suspense
Raised by a cold and distant mother, photographer Paisley Clark has spent her life daydreaming about the father she doesn’t remember. Paisley’s dream turns to reality when a DNA test brings her in contact with the mysterious man. With her financial situation a disaster and her childhood friend James Pressley-Coombes working across the pond in Scotland, Paisley is emboldened to accept her father’s invitation to visit him.
She arrives in the Highlands only to discover that she isn’t Paisley Clark at all but a titled lady, the daughter of a Scottish duke. Despite the warm welcome and the comfort of James’s presence, dangerous undercurrents surround Castle Rannoch, her father’s estate. Overwhelmed, Paisley takes refuge in her camera and James’s steady presence to provide a sense of normalcy in her rags-to-riches transformation. But her once-easy relationship with James is changing, deepening beyond friendship in a surprising twist of events. Before they have time to examine their feelings, Paisley inadvertently captures a shocking image in one of her photographs—a picture worth killing for.
Hi Paige! Welcome to the blog!
Paige: Oranges. I lived across the street from orange groves as a kid (So. California) and love the scent of orange blossoms. Plus, to me, there’s nothing like a juicy cold orange on a hot summer’s day.
Carrie: I’m slightly allergic to oranges (and prefer apples anyway) but oh boy i bet those orange groves smelled so good!
Paige: Definitely summer. Growing up, I thought everyone drove to the mountains to play in the snow, then drove home when they were done. (Admittedly, I might still have that same mentality).
Paige: Cats, though I do like dogs too.
Carrie: equal opportunity pet fan 🙂
Paige: Hallmark Channel all the way. The shows are clean, they have great character arcs, and always end with a kiss. What’s not to love about that?
Carrie: exactly! We love clean stories with kisses around here 😀
Q: Around here I like to say that reading is my superpower. If YOU had a superpower, what would it be?
Paige: An eye for detail. I have a degree in interior design, and that eye for color, texture, etc. kind of spilled over into my writing.
Carrie: oh i love that! PS – can you come help me decorate my new house? lol
Q: Other than the Bible, what are five of your most cherished books?
Paige: This is super hard. 1. Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl. 2. The Hiding Place by Corrie ten Boom. 3. Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery. 4. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. 5. Touch Not the Cat by Mary Stewart.
Carrie: i know, it’s a totally unfair question for me to ask lol
Q: What’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever Googled while researching a book?
Paige: While I have a lot of romance in my stories, I’m positive that I’m on the FBI’s watch list. I’m always looking up things that go boom and how they operate. My last search was rocket launchers.
Carrie: haha oh goodness!
Q: Which character in Danger on the Loch was the most difficult to write?
Paige: In Danger on the Loch, it was Cameron Douglas, Duke of Perth and Kinross. He loves his daughter. As the duke, he is used to having his way. It was a tightrope walk to portray both elements of his personality in his relationship with his daughter.
Carrie: he sounds really intriguing!
Q: If Hollywood wanted to produce Danger on the Loch as a movie, who would you want to be cast as the lead roles?
Paige: Theo James (James) and Nina Dobrev (Paisley)
Carrie: excellent choices!
Q: What is one of your favorite quotes from the book & why do you love it?
Paige: “Love doesn’t understand time; it bypasses the reasoning powers of the mind and reaches straight into the soul.”
I pray each morning before I start writing that I will be inspired on how to reach my readers. This quote quite literally poured out of me so easily, I knew it wasn’t me writing the words.
Carrie: that’s a beautiful quote!
Thank you so much for taking time to talk with me! 🙂 Before we say goodbye for today, tell us what‘s coming up next for you.
Paige: Heirs of Falcon Point (October 2021) is a co-authored project I dreamed up and convinced three other authors from my publishing house to join me on. (Each of us takes a viewpoint character) Tagline: In the early days of WW2, the Lang family lost everything. Eighty years later, it’s time to take it back.
Carrie: oh wow! that sounds really good!
(1) winner will receive a print copy of Danger on the Loch by Paige Edwards and a $25 Amazon gift card!
Full tour schedule linked below. Giveaway began at midnight May 10, 2021 and will last through 11:59 PM EST on May 17, 2021. Winner will be notified within 2 weeks of close of the giveaway and given 48 hours to respond or risk forfeiture of prize. US only. Void where prohibited by law or logistics.
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What about you? What makes you want to read Danger on the Loch by Paige Edwards?
What time period is the story supposed to be set in?
This sounds like a really good book!
Thanks for the chance to win!
This sounds like a really good read. Very intriguing and a beautiful cover!
Different! Sounds interesting!
Captivating story and wonderful setting.
Sounds like a good read. Very pretty cover.
Scotland, castles. and a beautiful cover? I’m in! 😀
exactly – sign me up!
It sounds like a really interesting book. Thank you for sharing.
Very intriguing plot and new author to me! 🙂
The cover is so pretty and the blurb sounds good too!
The unique plot inspires my curiosity, especially to how Paisley was not who she though she was.
Exquisite cover and setting…sounds divine!
That cover is beautiful, and the book sounds so good! Thanks for the chance to win!
isn’t it pretty?!?
Thank you so much!
Sounds so interesting!
This sounds like a really good read. Thanks for sharing