Christmas at Whisper Beach – Book Review

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Christmas at Whisper Beach by Shelley Noble
Series: Whisper Beach 1.5
Publisher:  William Morrow Impulse
Published: October 17,  2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 115

I received an arc courtesy of the publisher. I was in the mood for a Christmas story, so when I was offered a copy by the publisher for review, I decided to try it.  I did not realise it was part of a series, until I was ready to read the book. However, I had no trouble following the story.

Christmas at Whisper Beach is a continuation of Van and Joe’s romance. Van is settling in to her new life with Joe but she has issues, which were a product of her past she needed to overcome. Issues, which had the potential to derail the life she has built with Joe. Thank goodness, for Joe’s family who opened their hearts and home to her. This act of kindness and acceptance helped in her journey towards healing.

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Free Ride – Book Review

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by M.N. Forgy

I’m crazy, deranged, and psychotic. I’m out of my mind and my life isn’t even mine half the time. Having Dissociative Identity Disorder, it’s an accurate assumption.

Born an MC brat, my only dream is to wear the colors of my father’s club, The Shadow Keepers. To feel the weight of the warm leather press across my back, and to be a part of something with purpose.

It wasn’t until the last drop of blood dripped from my fingertips and the gun smoke faded into the night sky that I realized what was really important to me.

Him.

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AWP Writers Club Has Moved! (Also 25% Off)

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Hi all!

A Writer’s Path Writers Club has moved!

The previous platform I’ve been using has made some changes that I didn’t perceive to be positive to the atmosphere of the club, so I’ve decided to move it here, to this website.

Having it on my own website means that I can have far better influence on the experience and do even more to make it the best club it can be.

If you’ve checked out the Writers Club before, you’ll want to do it again. The scope of services and benefits have been revamped, some areas slimmed and some expanded, all to focus on what matters most. No more long registration and no more credit card on file stuff.

On top of that, the Writers Club is 25% less expensive than it was before.

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Bargain Book of the Week: Long Lost Love

 

This series highlights inexpensive, free, or discounted books to give you, dear reader, the most options on what to read.

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From bestselling author, Grace Fisher, comes the sequel to Long Awaited Love. The second book in this breathtaking yet thrilling orphan train novella series depicting true clean romance at its best.

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Shacking Up – Book Review

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This is a stand alone stories but be on the lookout for interconnected characters.

Ruby Scott is months behind on rent and can’t seem to land a steady job. She has one chance to turn things around with a big audition. But instead of getting her big break, she gets sick as a dog and completely bombs it in the most humiliating fashion. All thanks to a mysterious, gorgeous guy who kissed—and then coughed on—her at a party the night before.

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Holding the Other – Book Review

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Title: Holding the Other
Author:  Lyssa Layne
Genres: Romance, Contemporary
Publisher: Indie
Published: March 18, 2016
Pages: 172

I received this book as part of my October Blind Date with a book.  When I read the blurb, I thought a love triangle would be at the centre of the story. Thankfully, this was not the case.

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A Gift for Santa – Book Review

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It’s the season for giving…and starting over?

A reindeer farm without Santa wouldn’t be Christmas in Marissa Gray’s Alaskan hometown. Luckily Chris Allen’s there to pinch-hit, although for Marissa, seeing her ex-fiancé again brings back memories of what might have been.

Ten years after their breakup, the feelings between the wildlife biologist and blue-eyed fisherman are stronger than ever.

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Editorial Review – Unveiled Secrets

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Title: Unveiled Secrets

Author: Carmen Oprea

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Unveiled Secrets is a story of how Leila Isidro, a thirty-something who struggles with her foster mother’s recent death, grows into a woman who knows where she came from and where she’s going. As such, it’s more of a women’s fiction story than pure romance, though there certainly is romance included as part of the growth.

Leila works for Denis Fraga, a handsome, mysterious man with a reputation for loving and leaving the women in his life, but when he starts pursuing Leila, he tells her this is new, this is different. But Leila struggles to believe him—she had a painful breakup with her fiancé at the altar on their wedding day— and her difficulties increase when she keeps finding Denis with Liz, a beautiful actress and model who seems quite eager to keep him attached to her.

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Scarred – Book Review

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This is book two in a duet, but can be read as a standalone.

She made me a better man, but I still wasn’t good enough to keep her.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, with sleeve tattoos, ripped muscle and a cold-hearted stare, I am who I am. The bad boy she knew to stay away from.

I knew we were never supposed to last. But the way her lips tasted, the way her curves felt under my hands… I couldn’t let go. I did everything I could to keep her.

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