A Class Entwined – release date and cover reveal!

It’s hard to believe that only a year ago I made the decision to self-publish my historical fiction series, and now I’m about to announce the release of my second book!

I published A Class Apart, the first instalment in my series A Matter of Class, in July 2018 and I can now reveal that the second instalment, A Class Entwined, will come out on 1st February 2019. This date is particularly apt as it is the feast day of St Brigid, who is one of the patron saints of Ireland and the person after whom my main character Bridget is named, as per the following quote from A Class Apart:


If you’ve read the first book, you might be curious to know what happens next for Bridget and Cormac. SPOILER ALERT: skip the next bit if you haven’t read A Class Apart yet and don’t want the end of it spoiled for you!

So here’s the blurb for A Class Entwined:

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.

And finally, here is the cover for A Class Entwined. It was designed by Andrew Brown at Design for Writers in December and I’m just thrilled with it!

A Class Entwined cover

I really hope you like it too! So now the countdown is on to 1st February. Keep an eye out here and on Facebook and Twitter as I will be doing giveaways of free copies and book merchandise. One month to go and I can hardly wait to share A Class Entwined with you!

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