I am organizing a review opportunity for Livvy and the Enchanted Woodland by Connie Lacy.
Rural Georgia. 1930. Something’s amiss in her secret woodland when Livvy falls for a mysterious Englishman as she’s pursued by a wealthy neighbor.
Review copies are available in eformats. There is no deadline before when you have to review this book, but reviews around release day (30 September) would be very much appreciated.
Romance, intrigue and a touch of enchantment…
“Magic happens all the time. You just have to look for it.” That’s what Livvy Sloan’s Grandma used to say. But as the Great Depression settles over rural Georgia in 1930, magic is hard to come by. Losing the family farm looms larger day by day.
So Livvy escapes to her secret woodland most afternoons to create forest sculptures. That’s where she meets a mysterious Englishman on horseback who admires her art and makes her heart race. But there’s something amiss about Gordon Collins.
Back home she’s pursued by Coy Whitaker. With good looks and money to spare, he’s eager to help Livvy and her family in their time of need. She gives him a chance, pushing doubts aside.
As her family is hammered by one disaster after another, Livvy finds herself hoping against hope and trying to find some of that magic Grandma talked about.
Historical fantasy. Magical realism. Clean romance.
About the Author:
Connie worked for many years as a radio reporter and news anchor with a couple of brief forays into TV news along the way. Her experience as a journalist shows up in some of her novels. She also dabbled in acting in college and community theater. She uses those experiences in some of her books as well.
Her novels are fast-paced stories featuring young women facing serious challenges set against the backdrop of some thorny issues. She writes time travel, speculative fiction & historical fiction – all with a dollop of romance. Social justice is a theme of many of her books.
She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke with a degree in Journalism and Creative Writing. She and her husband live in Atlanta.