I am organizing a bookstagram blitz for Beyond Her Calling by Kellyn Roth. In Beyond Her Calling, mentally disabled young woman Ivy Knight takes an unexpected trip to Scotland. There she reunites with her childhood friend, Jordy McAllen, and helps him with his medical practice, despite her own self-doubts.
This bookstagram blitz runs from 21 till 27 February. Everyone who signs-up for this bookstagram blitz will receive an e-copy of the book. It would be very much appreciated if you could use this copy to make a picture of for posting during the tour.
There’s also a limited amount of paperback copies available for Instagrammers (US Only) who can take a picture of their copy and post it during the tour. Reviewing is optional, but appreciated. Beyond Her Calling can be read as a standalone.
Ivy Knight feels that her life may never start. Though her loving family assures her that her place in the world is close to home, she still feels a push to move out of her comfort zone. Hoping against hope, she travels to her old friends at McCale House, seeking a purpose.
Jordy McAllen has just returned to Scotland after his education in London. He fears that what everyone has always said about him may be true: he can’t be a good doctor, let alone a good man. Determined to prove himself, Jordy snatches up the opportunity to become the doctor in the village of Keefmore near his parents’ farm.
When an old friend decides to travel to Keefmore and visit a relative, Ivy follows. She soon finds herself drawn to Jordy, but as their attraction grows, they both face doubts. A relationship between the two of them feels improbable—and might just require a step of impossible faith.
About the Author:
Kellyn Roth is a historical romance & women’s fiction author who writes about the empty places where hope has the most room to grow. Her novels include the inspirational Victorian family saga, The Chronicles of Alice and Ivy, and the Kees & Colliers series, which follows a broken family in the tumultuous years of the first half of the 20th century.
Kellyn is a student of the Author Conservatory, a virtual assistant, and a writing coach. When not building her author career, she is likely getting lost somewhere in the Pacific Northwest with her friends, watching period dramas and facetious comedies, or spending time with her husband.