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Blog Tour Stop with Extract - A Summer Scandal by Kat French

Welcome to my Stop on the Blog Tour For A Summer Scandal by Kat French!!
What They Say:
A feel-good summer romance guaranteed to make you laugh out loud! Summer has never been so scandalous… When Violet moves to Swallow Beach, she inherits a small Victorian pier with an empty arcade perched on the end of it, and falls in love immediately. She wants nothing more than to rejuvenate it and make it grand again – but how?

When she meets hunky Calvin, inspiration strikes. What if she turned the arcade into an adult-themed arcade full of artisan shops?

Not everyone in the town is happy with the idea, but Violet loves her arcade and business begins to boom. But as tensions worsen and the heat between her and Calvin begins to grow, life at Swallow Beach becomes tricky. Is it worth staying to ride out the storm? And can Violet find her own happy ending before the swallows fly south for the winter?

Read on for an exclusive extract (it gave me chills!)
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