Monday, June 1, 2015

Resurrecting Harry by Constance Phillips Blog Tour with Review, Interview and Fun Facts

Resurrecting Harry
by Constance Phillips
Genre: Historical Romance

In order to save the only woman he’s every loved from self-destruction, Harry puts his afterlife on the line by entering a wager with purgatory’s keeper, Jaden. He gives Harry a younger face and body, and a new name: Erich Welch.
If he wants to keep his new life, he must convince Bess to give up the promise she made to Harry on his death bed and call off the séance she’s scheduled on the anniversary of his death.
Will Erich be able to help Bess over her loss and will any good come from resurrecting Harry?

“ This was a very fast read for me and kept me guessing to the very end. ” M. E. Wilson

“Theirs was a love story that Ms. Phillips delves into in her novel. ” R. Trogne

“Great story, new idea. All in all. Worth a read.” The Eternal Scribe

Resurrecting Harry was a 2013 Finalist in the Grave Tell Awards, Sugar Shack division.
Louann Carrol, USA Today’s Happily Ever After blogger, named Resurrecting Harry her favorite read of 2013.

My Review:
Received a Copy
4 Stars
WOW!!! I got to say this book was amazing, it was fast pace, and it held my interest to the end. I love the concept of the story, the characters, and the way the author written then book. I love Harry. He is just a fantastic character, I don't want to give the story away, but it will have you wondering what will happen next. Great twist. I recommend this book 

Constance Phillips lives in Ohio with her husband, daughter, and four canine kids where she writes contemporary romance novels and paranormal romance novels.
When not writing stories of finding and rediscovering love, Constance and her husband spend the hours planning a cross-country motorcycle trip for the not-so-distant future…if they can find a sidecar big enough for the pups.

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1.       Even though I was born in Detroit, MI., I grew up in a small town very near the real small town that I set the Sunnydale Days series in.

       I picture Keller (physically) from The Ultimate Catch as a younger version of Sig Hansen of Deadliest Catch.

    If you combine the two types of desserts (Chocolate cake) I’m in heaven.

     When my kids were younger, I was quite the night owl. My main writing time then, was between 10 p.m. and 2 a.m.

     My first published novel – Fairyproof – spent almost two years on my hard drive after an initial round of submissions before I decided to revisit the book.

       I’ve been looking for a way to include horses and horse riding into my books since my children began writing at a young age. 

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