Emily Harper has once again stuck gold with her new British family thriller. Full of mystery and adventure, June Jenson will be discovering a whole host of bloggers over the next few days and uncovering reviews, tour posts and some priceless giveaways…
Plus, be sure to watch out for Emily Harper's fiendish riddle, which is part of one of the tour's three guest posts. Answer correctly and you'll earn another chance to win the 1st prize bundle.
Guest Post OneI’m in trouble. And not just, “Oh bugger, I’ve lost the car keys and I’m late for a lecture” trouble. No, this is a full-on “The world as we know it will come to an end unless I figure this out” kind of trouble. Alright, it’s not quite that bad. It would only be England. The point is, I can’t do this alone. I have to ask someone for help. The last person I would ever possibly want to admit defeat to. “Professor,” I say, poking my head through his study’s doorway. “Have a moment?” He looks up over the edge of his spectacles sitting on the tip of his nose. His hand holds a pen that hovers over the pages he was just reading. “Depends, June bug,” he says. “Is this about what I’d like for tea, or is this your way of crawling back with your tail between your legs?” I pause to think for a moment. “The second one.” “Excellent. In that case, most definitely,” he says, putting down his pen. “Well, the thing is-” I start, but the Professor interrupts me by holding up his hand. “I told you, when you originally scoffed at my help, that this would happen,” he says, leaning back in his chair. “They always come bloody crawling back to Professor Albert Arthur Jenson. And I also believe I told you what would have to happen when you came groveling back.” My nostrils flare as we glare at each other. “Oh, ever wise one,” I begin through clenched teeth. “I’ve come to seek knowledge from your vast wisdom if you would only be so kind.” “Eternal,” he says. “What?” “It was eternal wisdom. My knowledge isn’t bloody vast, it’s all encompassing.” I will myself to remain calm. “Fine. Your eternal wisdom,” I force out. “And you were supposed to bring me a glass of whiskey when you came crawling back,” he argues. “I was to do no such thing!” I say, shaking my head. “You are not supposed to drink with your medication.” “Are you sure?” he asks frowning while clearly trying to search his brain for the answer. “I’m sure I would have asked for a glass. Doesn’t seem like me…” “Professor, listen, this problem is very time sensitive.” I say, leaning forward in my chair and trying to bring him back to the present problem at hand. “Are you able to help me or not?” “Of course, I am able to,” he says, shaking his head. “The question is: are you going to be able to accept my help?”
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