Book Tours: Starter Day Party Changing Tide


I’m happy to host the starter day party today for “Changing Tide”, a M/M contemporary romance novel. I’ll be reviewing the book on November 1st. Stay tuned for the review and in the mean time, check out the other tour stops!

Tour Schedule

October 22nd: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading

October 22nd: Book Excerpt @ Stories of Romance

October 24th: Author Interview and Book Excerpt @ Full Moon Bites

October 25th: Book Excerpt @ Forever Book Lover

October 26th: Book Review @ The Book Daily

October 28th: Author Interview @ Cassidy Crimson’s Blog

October 30th: Book Excerpt @ Zipper Rippers

November 1st: Book Review @ I Heart Reading

November 3rd: Book Excerpt @ Book Suburbia

November 5th: Book Review, Author Interview and Excerpt @ Dalene’s Book Reviews

About Changing Tide

DP Denman Changing TideTitle: Changing Tide

Author:  DP Denman

Genre: M/M contemporary romance

                For Jack Lewis love comes from unexpected places…so does tragedy. When David arrived on Vancouver Island, he was just another tourist looking to charter a boat. A few hours on the water together proves he is more than that. As a world traveler, David is a man of mystery who has been everywhere and seen everything.

Attraction draws them together but an attempt at a meaningless fling fails one touch at a time when Jack feels more than he thought he would. The love affair sparks fear in David and jealousy in Emerson, the man who frequents Jack’s bed in a relationship that is all sex and no soul.

At odds with the men in his life Jack tries to talk David into staying and Emerson into going. The attempt sends things spinning out of control and he struggles with the consequences that could leave him empty handed.


Author Bio

DP Denman is an M/M (gay) contemporary romance author from the soggy splendor of the Pacific Northwest. She is a long-suffering hockey fan and an enthusiast of all things coffee. In addition to being an obsessed writer, DP is also an eclectic reader and determined LGBT rights activist. She lives with her fur babies and a pair of hyper-caffeinated muses.








  1. I really enjoyed reading this novel (a few times!); I love how DPD manages to evoke in me such strong feelings towards her characters. I sometimes get so focused on the story that my chest hurts, and I realize that I’d been holding my breath because a passage was so intense. She writes characters and situations that readers can identify/sympathize with, and manages to keep me from being able to anticipate how a situation will resolve itself. The promise of a happy ending helps me get through the parts that absolutely wrench my heart.

  2. Hi Majanka! Thank you for having me on your site today. I’m looking forward to a great kick off!

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