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Peggy Webb Virtual Book Tour - 4 Amazing Novella's!!

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Join Peggy Webb, author of the romantic comedies, Can't Stop Loving You, Only His Touch, Bringing Up Baxter, and Angels on Zebras, as she tours the blogosphere June 3 - June 28, 2013 on her first virtual book tour with Pump Up Your Book!



Brick and Helen Sullivan had been a team, onstage and off. When she walked out of their marriage without an explanation, he swore he’d never play another role with her, in the bedroom or otherwise. But Fate brings them together to reprise their roles in The Taming of the Shrew, and the sparks begin to fly. Laugh – and cry – as the famous and lively lovers try to untangle a web of misunderstanding and find their way back to the place where they belong. (Forever Friends, Book 1).


Only His Touch


Kathleen Shaw has lost everything – the only man she’ll ever love, the husband who had rescued and adored her, her career, and now her eyesight and hearing. She has even lost the Forever Friends because she’s too proud to call for their help. That she survived the boat explosion is a miracle. When Hunter La Farge returns to Jefferson Parish searching for her, is it too much to ask for another miracle? (Forever Friends, Book 2.)


Bringing Up Baxter


Attorney B. J. Corban’s fiancĂ©e is on their honeymoon – with another woman! When her zany sister packs her off to the mountains to get over being jilted at the altar, B. J. takes enough camping equipment to fight off mosquitoes, bears and famine. But she hadn’t counted on a heart-stealer on a Harley, appropriately called Crash. Nor had she counted on a little stray dog she calls Baxter. Crash lays claim to the dog – and her heart. She fights to keep both, but can Crash teach B. J. that to lose her heart is also to keep it?



When her sister B.J. asks Maxie to be godmother to her son, the zany interior designer is happy to comply – until she learns she will be sharing god-parenthood with Mr. Perfect. Lawyer Joseph Beuregard is successful, drop-dead handsome and lethally sexy. There are only two problems: he’s the cause of Maxie’s Most Embarassing Moment and he’s B.J.’s brother-in-law. Maxie ruins every man she touches. She’s not about to follow her heart and in the process destroy her sister’s family. Besides, she and Joe can’t even see eye to eye on the christening party. How could they ever have a relationship? But Joe has other ideas. Can two people so totally opposite give their godson the best party in the world and find true love?




Peggy WebbPeggy Webb, author of 70 novels and 2 screenplays, lives in a cottage in Mississippi surrounded by gardens she designed and planted. A musician and actress as well as writer, she sings in her church choir and has sung in musicals at Tupelo Community Theater as well as played dramatic roles in Steel Magnolias and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. She started her career in 1985 with a romantic comedy that took the number one spot on romance bestseller lists. Romantic Times presented her with the prestigious Pioneer Award in recognition for her contribution to romantic comedy. Peggy is currently bringing the best of her romantic comedies back to fans as eBooks. In 2008 she turned her talents to mystery with the hilarious Southern Cousins series starring Elvis, the sleuthing basset hound who thinks he’s the King reincarnated. This multi-talented author also pens literary fiction as Anna Michaels and Elaine Hussey. Pat Conroy calls her literary work “astonishing” and former Disney exec Kathie Fong Yoneda calls it “brilliant.” The author composed the blues lyrics that appear throughout her literary novel, The Sweetest Hallelujah, Elaine Hussey, due in bookstores July 30, 2013.

To learn more about this bestselling, award-winning author, visit her websites at and

The Forever Friends Virtual Book Publicity Tour Schedule

Monday, June 3 - Book featured and First chapter reveal at Faerotic Prose

Wednesday, June 5 - Book featured at Miki's Hope

Monday, June 10 - Book featured at Bookingly Yours

Monday, June 10 - Book reviewed at Rainy Day Reviews

Thursday, June 13 - Interviewed at Review From Here

Monday, June 17 - Book featured at Authors and Readers Book Corner

Monday, June 17 - Book reviewed at Books+Beach=Escape

Tuesday, June 18 - Interviewed at Herding Cats & Burning Soup

Wednesday, June 19 - Interviewed at Digital Journal

Friday, June 21 - Interviewed at Examiner

Monday, June 24 - Book featured at Confessions of a Reader

Tuesday, June 25 - Book reviewed at Janna Shay

Thursday, June 27 - Book featured at CelticLady's Reviews

Thursday, June 27 - Guest blogging and First chapter reveal at Queen of the Night Reviews

Friday, June 28 - Bringing Up Baxter reviewed and Guest blogging at Melina the Reader

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Holly @ Woman Tribune said...

I don't mind a good romance novel. They aren't my first choice of reading material most of the time, but if I'm looking for something fun and kind of frivolous I'll pick one up. A romantic comedy novel sounds a lot more intriguing. I'll have to check out Peggy Webb.

Eat To Live said...

Looks like some really steamy reading there. LOL Not sure I am up to it.

Rebecca said...

these all look amazing

Chubskulit Rose said...

Nice list of books to read and heat the summer up.

Unknown said...

I'm not the biggest fan of Romance. Though, if I'm looking for a good laugh I can't deny I'll grab one and start reading. :P

Anonymous said...

I'm always fond of reading books before and mostly romantic novels like this are on the top of my list. Thanks for sharing some of the new reads for me this summer time!

Anonymous said...

These sound perfect for that night when I get to take a long hot bath with a nice glass of wine or two. Thank you for sharing.

Unknown said...

Looks pretty steamy! Not my cup of tea, unfortunately, but I'll keep checking back to see your future recommendations because I love the variety.

Bless said...

The list above are very intriguing. I like romantic comedy as well.

Happy Gardening, Kim said...

Romantic Comedies - ummmm. Sounds like this author knows her subject. Good luck to her.

Lexie Lane said...

Looks like something I need to be in the house alone for! lol! Honestly haven't read one in years. Think it might be due to age :)

Loreina said...

I want to read all of the books you're posting about!! I wish I had more time in the day!!

Trendy Cyndie said...

If the book is anything like the cover, count me in. lol

jheylo said...

Aaawww! Just the title itself makes me want to read these book.

Unknown said...

These books look fantastic! Thanks for sharing!

Nicole A. said...

I've never really been into the whole romance novel genre.

mommy Orkid Belle said...

Sounds like some exciting books to read about romance. :)

Nova said...

Like romances boosts up my romance life with my hubby.

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