A Shire Romance Contents – Story by Erica Dakin

NOTE:  Erica’s story A Shire Romance has come to an end. It’s a bit of a shock to me that I won’t be seeing a new segment released each week! I’m actually sad that’s it’s over. In honor of Erica’s story, I’ve made this contents page to help readers easily find the segments and read it in order. I hope you enjoy it!

~Soo the Instigator

A classic romance with a Hobbit twist!

When Tamsyn left for Somerset that morning, little did she realise that she’d end the day somewhere she didn’t even realise existed. Nor did Perry know when he set out for a stroll that day that his life would be utterly changed. Thrown together by chance and torn apart by their responsibilities, their future lies in Tamsyn’s hands.

Note from Author:  This is the first full-length novel I ever wrote. It’s a few years old, and I know it’s far from perfect. That was never the intention either, since it isn’t something I can publish traditionally due to copyright issues. I like the story, however, so I hope people reading this will enjoy it on those terms. Please be aware it contains explicit language and scenes.


Chapter 1 – How It All Began
Chapter 2 – Perry
Chapter 3 – A Kiss or Two
Chapter 4 – Perry’s Family
Chapter 5 – Hobbit Psychology
Chapter 6 – Cooking for Hobbits
Chapter 7 – Dinner and Roses
Chapter 8 – Judo
Chapter 9 – The Melon Patch
Chapter 10 – The White Tree
Chapter 11 – The Chat with Faramir
Chapter 12 – Radagast’s Explanation
Chapter 13 – Desire
Chapter 14 – Sword Practice
Chapter 15 – Alderick’s Party
Chapter 16 – Trouble
Chapter 17 – Aftermath
Chapter 18 – The Story of Isadora Bolger
Chapter 19 – One Night Together
Chapter 20 – Goodbye to the Shire
Chapter 21 – Back in England
Chapter 22 – Catch Up
Chapter 23 – Trouble Ahead
Chapter 24 – The Board Meeting
Chapter 25 – Radagast’s Magic
Chapter 26 – Now What?
Chapter 27 – Tamsyn’s Plan
Chapter 28 – Back to the Shire
Chapter 29 – Reunion
Chapter 30 – Welcome Back
Chapter 31 – The Wedding
Chapter 32 – The Epilogue


A Shire Romance was written by Erica Dakin. You can find out more about Contrary Erica on the Guest Reviewers page and check out her website to find out more information about her work.