*It Happened At The Fair* Blog Tour
Buckle up ladies and gents! We have a new book by Deeanne Gist!
It is called "It Happened At The Fair"!
So for anyone who is a fan of Deeanne's work you need to pick up this new one :)
If you have never read any of her work do yourself a favor and start!
I get so excited when I see that Deeanne has a new book out and this one was no exception!
As you can probably tell by the title this book is set back in 1893 when the Chicago World's Fair was happening.
I loved getting a glimpse of what it must have been like to get to go to the long ago fair and how people lived back then!
Cullen McNamara has put everything on the line for what he believes in. His inventions mean the world to him and he believes that not only can he make things better but that he can succeed with them. Thus the risk and the hopeful reward.
But when he tries to make his dream come true he realizes that the noise is sodeafening in the Machinery Hall at the fair that is absolutely makes talking with his potential buyers completely impossible. This could very well spell disaster for him and everything he wagered on this possibility of success.
Realizing that he must do something right away he comes up with the idea of hiring someone to teach him to read lips.
His intended teacher however really has no desire to participate in his tutoring.
Being taught to read lips translates into spending much time staring at her nice ones and Cullen soon finds himself completely carried away by his feelings for Della.
With so many things happening in Cullen's life and so many things at stake, what will fall away and what will remain?
To have those questions answered you must read the book for yourself! Which I recommend you do!
You can purchase a copy of this great book for yourself HERE.
Great job Mrs. Gist!!! Love it!
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Hope you all enjoy the book! Jenny Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for a review. I am not required to post a positive one. All opinions expressed are my own and they are sincere.