Thursday, May 2, 2013

Blog Tour Sign-Up - A CHANGE OF PLANS by Donna K. Weaver




Title: A Change of Plans
Author: Donna K. Weaver
Publication Date: June 1, 2013
Pages: 327 pages
Publisher: Rhemalda Publishing
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Genre: Fiction | Romance | Contemporary

When twenty-five-year-old Lyn sets off on her cruise vacation, all she wants is to forget that her dead fiancé was a cheating scumbag. What she plans is a diversion uncomplicated by romance. What she gets is Braedon, an intriguing young surgeon. He's everything her fiancé wasn't, and against the backdrop of the ship's make-believe world, her emotions come alive.


Unaware of the sensitive waters he navigates, Braedon moves to take their relationship beyond friendship—on the very anniversary Lyn came on the cruise to forget. Lyn's painful memories are too powerful, and she runs off in a panic.

But it's hard to get away from someone when you're stuck on the same ship. Things are bad enough when the pair finds themselves on one of the cruise's snorkeling excursions. Then paradise turns to piracy when their party is kidnapped, and Lyn's fear of a fairy tale turns grim.

The blog tour for A CHANGE OF PLANS by Donna K. Weaver still has space available if you are interested in participating. 

This tour consists of reviews, author interviews and/or a guest post from the author. 

All review copies are provided by the publisher in eBook format.

The tour is scheduled to run from June 1st - June 8th. 
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Donna K. Weaver is a Navy brat who joined the Army and has lived in Asia and Europe.

Because she sailed the Pacific three times as a child, she loves cruising and wishes she could accrue enough vacation time to do more of it with her husband.

Donna and her husband have six children and eight grandchildren who live all over the world.

At fifty, Donna decided to study karate and earned her black belt in Shorei Kempo.

After recording city council minutes for twenty years, Donna decided to write something a little longer and with a lot more emotion--and kissing.