I am organizing a review opportunity for Love in the Cupboard by Mari Jane Law. Love in the Cupboard is a quirky, sweet, farcical and hilarious story about a Catholic priest who abandons his parish to seek a wife.
Review copies are available in eformats through Bookfunnel. There’s no deadline for reviews, but reviews in March or April 2023 would be very much appreciated.
A Catholic priest looking for a wife. A betrayed woman in need of an honest man.
What could possibly go wrong?
When Father Thomas Sheridan encounters Faith in a dark cupboard, he believes he’s found his future wife. But Tom isn’t brave enough to tell her the truth…
When Faith meets Tom in the office kitchenette, she can’t stand him. No matter, she’s fallen for the mysterious man she met in the cupboard and can’t wait to meet him again. Oh, and she’s got a new rule: one lie and he’s out. She’s not getting duped again.
But everyone loves Tom. From Perdita, Faith’s friend, to Hope, her chronically ill sister—who’s on the lookout for a man herself. And neighbours Luke and Gavin—who’ve fallen out over Luke wanting a baby. They urge Faith to give Tom a chance. But how can she have strong feelings for two men? And even worse, how will she react when she discovers that Tom is the man in the cupboard—and, heaven forbid, a Catholic priest?
Love in the Cupboard: A charming, sweet, quirky, farcical, hilarious, contemporary romance set in Bristol, UK. It is the second in the series but can be read as a standalone novel.
Love & Pollination by Mary Jane Law
“Perdita Riley is facing the greatest dilemma of her life.”
About the Author:
Mari Jane Law lives in the UK and loves cats and chocolate. She also loves books, TV series and films that make her laugh. Through her writing, she discovered she could make other people laugh too. She is a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association’s New Writers’ Scheme and The Society of Authors.
Her Catholic upbringing gave her ideas for some great fictional characters in the Love & Mishaps quirky romantic comedy series. As a child, she was amused by Giovanni Guareschi’s Don Camillo books. As an adult, she was entertained by Father Ted. In between, among other titles, there was Jon Cleary’s Peter’s Pence and Paul Burke’s Father Frank, which nurtured her taste in Catholic-themed comedy.
She hopes those who buy or borrow her work have as much fun reading it as she had in writing it.
There will be more to follow in the Love & Mishaps series, so you can meet your favourite characters again, to see how they’re doing, as well as enjoy new quirky romance stories – happy ending guaranteed!