Friday, April 29, 2011

A Love Rekindled Blog Tour


Without thinking, I posted this last Saturday (Easter Weekend), which was totally unfair to Myne and her book. Today, I hope her book will receive more of the attention it deserves.

Myne, forgive me for being a dufus.  I loved your book.  :-)


Myne Whitman's

A Love Rekindled





I am honored to help promote Myne Whitman's 
blog tour for 
A Love Rekindled.

Blurb:
Efe returns to Nigeria after years in the United States, dreaming of an uncomplicated life. However, her nights become plagued by nightmares of Kevwe Mukoro, her ex-fiancé. Long hours at work and drinking in nightclubs only provide temporary relief, and when she encounters Kevwe's twin brother, she knows it's a matter of time before Kevwe is back in her life.

Sparks fly when they finally meet again, but desire is no match for bitter memories of heartbreak. All these years, Efe believed she was rejected; now Kevwe claims he'd never stopped loving her. Stuck at a crossroads, Kevwe prefers to look to the future, but Efe is not so sure. Can the traumatic events of the past be resolved, and will she give in to rekindled love?

This is a great romance with the added bonus of Nigerian culture.  I must admit, reading two romances back to back (this one and Fairer Than Morning) was a real change from my usual reading diet, but I enjoyed myself. A lot.

Myne's romance is touching and real. I love the way Efe faces and overcomes her own insecurities and doubts, and I just plain love Kevwe. The story will pull you in and hold you.

Myne also has a previous book called A Heart to Mend. You can find out more about Myne and both of her books at her blog, Myne Whitman Writes.  That's right, she's yet another success story from our very own blogging circle!

And here is the YouTube video:



If you are romance fan, I recommend this one, folks!

21 comments:

Heather said...

I'm always interested in any book that introduces me to another culture. Thanks for featuring this one. I'm off to check it out!

Natalie Aguirre said...

Sounds like an interesting book, especially with the Nigerian culture. Thanks for letting us know about it.

Soon Hana said...

Wow, this one sounds nice. Will sure to pick this up if I have the chance. I really like the cover too.

p/s: I'm a new follower. Thank you so much for stopping by at my blog!

Susan Fields said...

Sounds like a great book - thanks for the review! The Nigerian culture, especially, sounds interesting.

Liz @ Cleverly Inked said...

I do enjoy a good romance. Adding it, Thanks Shannon!

Myne Whitman said...

Thank you so much Shannon for hosting me, and I'm glad you liked the book. Have a lovely weekend.

India Drummond said...

I do love a good romance, and I'll go to Amazon now to download the sample chapter. This sounds like an intriguing, different romance.

India Drummond

Solvang Sherrie said...

I'm not a big romance reader but I do like blogger success stories :)

Robyn Campbell said...

I know amigo. What on earth were you thinkin'? *wink* But dufas you're not.

This book sounds very interesting. I mean who doesn't like to learn about other ways of life.

But like you bff, I read picture books and MG so reading a romance is a HUGE change of pace. I'll hop over and introduce myself to Myne. (What a lovely name.) I will get the book and after I'm finished, I'll let you know how much I loved it. Cuz every book you have recommended I have loved.

Kasie West said...

Sounds awesome! Thanks for the review.

J.L. Campbell said...

Sounds like a good book! Wishing Myne many many sales. Gonna check if it's on Kindle.

The Golden Eagle said...

I love books that include other cultures--it really adds something to the story.

Thanks for the review!

Sharon K. Mayhew said...

Lovely review, Shannon! Books that introduce us to other cultures are always interesting.

Myne...Congratulations on having two books!

Carla said...

This does sound good, and I'm not even a romance fan! Yay for Myne!

Carla

Charmaine Clancy said...

Well it's a great post again :)

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Catherine Denton said...

This sounds wonderful, Shannon! Thanks for reminding us. :)
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N. R. Williams said...

Beautiful trailer and the story sounds fresh and exciting.
Nancy
N. R. Williams, The Treasures of Carmelidrium.

Kittie Howard said...

Enjoyed your review, Shannon. Thanks! I love books with cultural interests. And, I have two followers from Nigeria. Hmmm, time to play matchmaker . . .

Robyn Campbell said...

Bff, I popped over and joined Myne's blog. Thanks. :-) You look so cool today. Oh, wait. This was yesterday. Today is Saturday. You're probably still in your PJ's. *wink*

ali said...

1. Myne is beautiful. Just stunning.

2. I love the cover of this book!

3. I'm so excited you posted this review! I don't read romance often, but sometimes it's like a breath of fresh air. I'll definitely read this one!

Thank you Shannon!

Myne Whitman said...

I really appreciate all you've done Shannon, thank you so much!

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