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Blog Tour: A Class Apart and A Class Entwined by Susie Murphy

A Class Apart (A Matter of Class #1) by Susie Murphy
Genre: Historical Fiction, Romance
Publisher: Susie Murphy
Release Date: 2018
Pages: 285
Synopsis: It’s 1828, and Ireland is in turmoil as Irish tenants protest against their upper-class English landlords.

    Nineteen-year-old Bridget Muldowney is thrilled to return to the estate in Carlow she’ll inherit when she comes of age. But since she left for Dublin seven years earlier, the tomboy has become a refined young lady, engaged to be married to a dashing English gentleman.

    Cormac McGovern, now a stable hand on the estate, has missed his childhood friend. He and Bridget had once been thick as thieves, running wild around the countryside together.

    When Bridget and Cormac meet again their friendship begins to rekindle, but it’s different now that they are adults. Bridget’s overbearing mother, determined to enforce the employer-servant boundaries, conspires with Bridget’s fiancé to keep the pair apart.

    With the odds stacked against them, can Bridget and Cormac’s childhood attachment blossom into something more?

      A Class Apart is the first book in Susie Murphy's historical fiction series A Matter of Class. The second book is called A Class Entwined.



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A Class Entwined (A Matter of Class #2) by Susie Murphy
Genre: Historical Fiction, Romance
Publisher: Susie Murphy
Release Date:  February 1, 2019
Pages: 309
Synopsis: Trapped in a loveless marriage far from home, Bridget does what she can to fill her lonely days. She throws herself into charitable work, but her cherished daughter, Emily, is her only true source of happiness.

    Meanwhile, Cormac's own life unravels and he finds himself doing unspeakable things just to survive.

   Neither of them dream they will ever meet again, but fate brings them back together in the most unexpected of ways.

    Can Bridget rediscover her love for the man Cormac has become? And how will Cormac react when he learns Bridget’s secret?

    A Class Entwined is the second book in Susie Murphy’s A Matter of Class series.

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About the Author:


    Susie Murphy is an Irish historical fiction author. She loves historical fiction so much that she often wishes she had been born two hundred years ago. Still, she remains grateful for many aspects of the modern age, including women’s suffrage, electric showers and pizza. Susie’s novels, A Class Apart and A Class Entwined, are the first two instalments in her six-part series A Matter of Class, which begins in Ireland in 1828.

     To find out more, visit www.susiemurphywrites.com, where you can subscribe to Susie’s newsletter and receive a free short story, When Class Began To Matter, which is a prequel to the whole series.


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