Blog Tour with Giveaway – Breaking Ties (Lost Colony #1) & Trail of Crosses (Lost Colony #2) by Jo Grafford

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Trail of Crosses

Title: Breaking Ties (Lost Colony #1) & Trail of Crosses (Lost Colony #2)

Author: Jo Grafford

Genre: Historical Romance

Publication Date: October 16, 2013 / September 8, 2014

Publisher: Astraea Press Event

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Intelligent and well ahead of her times, ROSE PAYNE’S world is shattered after a secret betrothal to the duke’s son costs her job as a clerk in his father’s household. Without a letter of recommendation, she becomes an easy target for recruiters to the Colonies. Desperate for work, she signs up for a risky overseas venture and sails for the New World, vowing never again fall for a wealthy gentleman. Returning from a diplomatic tour in London, CHIEF MANTEO is bewitched by the elusive, fiery-haired ship clerk and determined to overcome her distrust. He contrives a daring plan to win her heart – a plan he prays…

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Reviews of Jo Grafford’s Lost Colonists Series, BREAKING TIES and TRAIL OF CROSSES

Wow! Gasp! I am humbled and thrilled to see such rave reviews on the Lost Colony Series. So happy to see readers and bloggers get caught up in the thrilling heroics of this amazing group of first Americans. Thank you, Eileen. –All best, Jo

Booktalk with Eileen: Journaling a Journey -- Learning the Art of Crafting a Novel

BreakingTies_200x300Take yourself back in time, 1587, to be exact, and experience what the colonists had to endure in the New World.  These people were strong beyond imagination.  This is a truly glorious telling of a historical event coupled with a wonderful writer’s ability to make it live far above the pages!

Title:Breaking Ties, book 1 of The Lost Colony Series
Author: Jo Grafford
Genre: Colonial Historical Romance
Story Setting: Portsmouth, England April 26, 1587; Roanoke Island (presently part of Virginia) – Croatoan Island (presently part of North Carolina)
Pages: 404
Published By: Astraea Press (October 16, 2013)

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About the Story:A cursed island, a chilling conspiracy, and an unforgettable love story. The 115 colonists on Roanoke Island couldn’t GPS, Skype or Twitter their ultimate destination back to their families and friends in 16th Century…

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