Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Crowning Design Blitz

With January just getting underway, I’m delighted to be participating in the Blitz Tour today for the launch for CROWNING DESIGN by Leila Meacham.

CROWNING DESIGN is the third stand-alone novel that Grand Central is publishing as part of a reprint initiative for Leila's original romances. In this incredible love story, Leila once again delivers a heartfelt, incredibly developed plot with a cast of characters you won't want to let go of. Love, friendship, betrayal, tragedy and triumph are all here in this reprint of a classic romance that will appeal to old and new readers alike.

Deborah Standridge has done everything her parents have ever asked of her with a smile on her face. That's what southern belles do. But when a renowned architect offers her a job at his firm across the country only days before her wedding, she faces a dilemma. Should she become the dutiful wife of a man she doesn't love to please her parents or finally make her own dream come true? Leaving her fiancée at the altar, she flies to Denver, setting in motion a tragedy that will haunt her for the rest of her life.
          Now, as one of Denver's most successful architects, Deborah manages to avoid love at all costs...until Dan Parker walks into her firm and her heart. Magnetic and irresistible, Dan commissions her to design a building for him and gives her the courage to believe in love again. But he has a secret that may be her undoing. Will his love and the family they could create become her crowning design? Or will he break her heart and cost her everything she's worked so hard to build?

Add CROWNING DESIGN to your shelf on Goodreads. You can purchase the book at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Kobo.

Credit: Marie Langmore Langmore Photography
Leila Meacham is a writer and former teacher who lives in San Antonio, Texas. She is the author of the bestselling novels RosesSomerset, and Tumbleweeds.

For more information on Leila and her writing, visit her website and connect with her on Facebook.

Thanks for stopping by today. Hope your January is off to a great start. Have you read any of Leila’s books? Does the cover make you think Southern charm?


  1. It is a lovely cover, but magnolias are the flower which most makes me think of the south...
    'setting in motion a tragedy...'? Intriguing. Definitely intriguing.

  2. It does look Southern.
    Hey Mason! Hope your 2017 is off to a rocking good start.

  3. This does sound like an intriguing sort of story, Mason! Not your typical wedding story.... Thanks for sharing.

  4. Sounds like an interesting story line.

  5. The cover matches her as a person.

  6. I adore the covers of her books and this one is great too!


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