5 February 2014

Falling for the Farmer Blog Chase plus giveaway opportunity

Jenny here. Welcome to the stop 4 of the Falling for the Farmer blog chase. I hope you'll join us in celebrating the release of Narelle's debut novel. We will visit 6 blogs in Australia and New Zealand during the chase, ending at  Narelle Atkins blog where you'll find the entry form and giveaway information. 

She is giving away three print copies of Falling for the Farmer to three lucky readers who provide the correct answers to all five blog chase questions. Each stop in the blog chase has a question. If you follow the blog chase in order, you can read the opening pages of Falling for the Farmer. I hope you enjoy the ride!

Back cover blurb:


And she’s incredibly grateful when Jack Bradley offers her a job on his apple farm. Working side by side in the orchards with her best friend’s brother seems like the perfect way to get over her disastrous engagement. Until Kate finds herself falling hard for the handsome farmer. 

Jack Bradley knows city-girl Kate isn’t here to stay. Yet suddenly he’s imagining a life with her in the country. When Kate considers going back to the city, can Jack find a way to show her that her real home is here on the farm, by his side? 

CHAPTER ONE excerpt:

He pulled up at a traffic light and she flicked her veil back over her shoulder, meeting Jack’s speculative gaze.

His mouth curved up in a slight smile. “I guess you’re not having a good day.”

She lowered her lashes, certain she was experiencing one of the worst days of her twenty-three years. “What do you think?”

“Your mother looked furious. Are you sure you want to do this? I could turn around—”

“No!” Her hands trembled in her lap. “It’s too late now to change my mind.”

What had she done? Running from the church on her wedding day wasn’t something she’d ever thought she’d be capable of doing. Or want to do.

If Kate ran away to the Limestone Coast, South Australia, where could she go? 

Kate had always wanted to see the area after having a pen pal from there as a child. She wanted to see if the Blue Lake was actually Blue. Wanted to see the possums at the Umphetston caves at night. Then she would go to Naracoorte and see the World Heritage Caves she had heard so much about. She would tour the fossil cave and see all the fossils found over the years. 

She would then go to the coast and spend some time in the coastal towns of Robe and Kingston enjoying the fresh seafood and the beach. 

My question for the blog chase: Where are the World Heritage Caves located.?


You're at Stop 4 on the Falling for the Farmer blog chase. 

Please fill in your answers to the questions located on each of the participating blogs when you reach Narelle’s blog at Stop 6. 

If you have five correct answers, you'll receive an entry in the drawing to win one of three print copies of Falling for the Farmer. 

You can gain a bonus entry in the drawing if you have five correct answers and leave a comment below on this post.  

Current and new subscribers to Narelle’s email list will automatically receive an extra entry if they correctly answer all five questions. The giveaway entry form and terms and conditions are included with Narelle’s post at Stop 6. The winners will be announced in a comment on this post on Wednesday, February 12.

Your next stop on the blog chase is Soul Inspirationz

The full blog chase itinerary is listed below.

Stop 1: Australasian Christian Writers (ACW) http://australasianchristianwriters.blogspot.com.au/ 

Stop 2: Iola’s Christian Reads http://christianreads.blogspot.com/ 

Stop 3: Ink Dots http://dorothyadamek.blogspot.com.au/ 

Stop 4: Come Meet Ausjenny http://ausjenny.blogspot.com/

Stop 5: Soul Inspirationz http://soulinspirationz.blogspot.com/ 

Stop 6: Narelle Atkins http://narelleatkins.wordpress.com/

Text Copyright © 2014 by Narelle Atkins 
Cover Art Copyright © 2014 by Harlequin Enterprises Limited 
Permission to reproduce text granted by Harlequin Books S.A. 
Cover art used by arrangement with Harlequin Enterprises Limited. 
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Copyright© 2014 by Harlequin Enterprises Limited 
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Narelle Atkins said...

Hi Jenny, I checked out the pic of the lake - it is gorgeous and so blue :) The caves look amazing, too! Kate would love to hang out by the lake and visit the caves. Thanks for participating in my blog chase :)

Catherine Hudson said...

Hi Jenny! I'm beginning to feel like I'm traveling with this blog chase. :)

Paula Vince said...

Yes, this blog chase reminds of the Grand Prix with all the pit stops. Liking it a lot.

Sonja said...
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Sonja said...

Looks like a fun blog hop!

Susan Johnson said...

I am enjoying this.

Jeanette O'Hagan said...

The Blue Lake is beautiful though it is years since I've see it. Must have missed the caves though.

Dorothy Adamek said...

A fresh seafood lunch at Robe sounds wonderful. :) I'd be keen to follow Kate there.

Iola Goulton said...

World Heritage Caves? They sound like a lot of fun.

Narelle Atkins said...

Hi Cat, I'm loving our virtual tour of Australia and New Zealand :)

Narelle Atkins said...

Hi Paula, I'm glad you're enjoying all the stops :)

Narelle Atkins said...

Hi Sonja and Susan, I'm glad you're enjoying the blog chase. Thanks for riding along with us :)

Narelle Atkins said...

Hi Jeanette, I'd love to see the Blue Lake :)

Narelle Atkins said...

Hi Dotti, I agree, a fresh seafood lunch sounds divine :)

Narelle Atkins said...

Hi Iola, I agree, the caves look fascinating :) And, it's great exercise walking through them, too!

Jenny Blake said...

Yes Iola the caves are World Heritage Listed because of the fossil finds they are extinct animals. Its really cool having them so close.

Linda Marie Finn said...

OK , I am loving this book, have to find out the ending... I have never visited any caves here in NY, but we do have Howe Caverns and Watkins Glen...
Linda Finn
Faithful Acres Books

Lane Hill House said...

The Crater lake, Blue Lake at Mount Gambier, would be so grand to see. Think of all the caves undiscovered. The earth's beauty. Kathleen ~ Lane Hill House

Narelle Atkins said...

Hi Linda, I'm glad you're enjoying the beginning of Falling for the Farmer :)

Narelle Atkins said...

Hi Kathleen, I'm intrigued by Blue Lake as well. It's now on my list of places to visit, with the added bonus of visiting with Jenny :)

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