Ever read a book that had a lasting impact on you way after you had finished the last sentences? Months, even years, down the line you’re still pulling tidbits from it and referencing it in daily conversations? Well, thankfully, I have read quite a few books like this over the years and Thursdays at Eight by Debbie Macomber is one of them.
I received a free copy of Game of Love written by Melissa Foster to review through Beck Valley Books Book Tours. No other financial compensation was received and, as always, all opinions shared are 100% mine.
Book #1 The Remingtons, Love in Bloom Series #10
Five sexy, loyal, family oriented siblings,
each in search of their forever love.
THE REMINGTONS are the newest addition to the LOVE IN BLOOM series by New York Times &
I received a free copy of On The Inside by Kim Cano to review through Beck Valley Books Book Tours. No other financial compensation was received and, as always, all opinions shared are 100% mine.
When Kristen is sentenced to seventeen years for committing a white collar crime, she’s forced to leave her husband and two sons behind.
Life in prison is a shock. She discovers that people aren’t always what they seem,
Meeting the man of your dreams, falling in love and getting married. It sounds like every woman’s dream. But what if you suddenly found out that your husband self-identified as and wanted to become a woman? That’s exactly what happened to Connecticut-based reporter Alexandra Bogdanovic.
As the daughter of music and television icons, Sonny and Cher, Chastity Bono grew up in the public eye. So it was shocking to people everywhere when she became Chaz.
I received a free copy of Bursting With Love by Melissa Foster to review through Beck Valley Books Book Tours. No other financial compensation was received and, as always, all opinions shared are 100% mine.
Book #6 The Bradens, Love in Bloom Series #9
Brianna Heart has a six-year old daughter and a twelve-year plan to keep her life as simple as possible until Layla turns eighteen.
Almost without his notice, Tom had slipped from childhood through adolescence and then into young adulthood woefully unprepared for that transition. Both his childhood and his adolescence had been hells of isolation and rejection. And there had been no emotional support at home either. His only tranquility had been the wilderness, to which he escaped whenever possible.
But this is only the set up for the real hell which was to follow,
Kerri Kochanski, Author of 1,001 People That Suck is fed up with bad humanity and unkind behavior, and is “calling people out.” Championing kindness, tolerance, and understanding, the book “publicly shames” people who commit social crimes. As these crimes generally go unpunished, offenders fail to suffer a consequence, and thus, their bad behavior and unkindness continues. The book, however, delivers a consequence. It “officially” (and entertainingly) identifies 1,001 people who engage in bad humanity and unkind behavior,