Sense Without Sensibility by Keena Richins (February 2020)

Elinor-cover-small(1)Join us for our Winter 2020 tour for Keena Richins’ Sense Without Sensibility, published in June 2019.

After a stroke that devastates the mind of her father, Elinor expects her life will never be the same. But she wasn’t expecting to lose her job and her family home thanks to a legal technicality.

Facing ruin, Elinor prepares to fight against the selfish, cruel man who would ensure that ruin. However, Edward turns out to be the opposite, a kind soul who only wants to fulfill his duty. So Elinor hatches a new plan: get Edward on her side and utilize their own legal technicality. The only problem? Edward would have to go against his very influential and wealthy family.

Would he risk losing everything–his job, his family, and his massive inheritance–to save Elinor?

About the Author:

Keena Richins has a curse: she must write the stories bubbling in her head or go mad. Seriously. You should see the hordes of characters in her head constantly babbling about their lives. When she needs a break, Keena will delve into books and her favorite are the Jane Austen books, so it is only fitting for her first debut to be a modern twist on one of those classics. And many more are soon to come.

Add to GoodReads:

Sense Without Sensibility

Available on Amazon.

Blog Tour Schedule:

Feb. 10: Austenesque Reviews (guest post)
Feb. 14: Diary of an Eccentric (review)
Feb. 15: Jorie Loves A Story (review)
Feb. 18: My Jane Austen Book Club (guest post)
Feb. 19: Soapy Violinist (review)
Feb. 27: The Book Connection (review)

Follow the blog tour with the hashtag #SenseWithoutSensibility #KeenaRichins

Don’t forget to enter the tourwide giveaway beginning Feb. 10, 2020.

WINNERS:
Calvin, Susanne, and Amber

About sagustocox

Serena is a Bachelor of Arts graduate of Suffolk University in Boston, still interested in the nuances of politics and the interplay of words on a page to create vivid imagery, convey meaning, and interpret the world. She has moved from the sticks of small town Massachusetts to the outskirts of Washington, D.C. where she writes more vigorously than she did in her college seminars. Poems can be read in issues of Beginnings Magazine, LYNX, Muse Apprentice Guild, The Harrow, Poems Niederngasse, Avocet, and Pedestal Magazine.

Posted on January 24, 2020, in Past Blog Tours and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Promising book! Nice tour.

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