Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Snowed In, Southern Comfort #3: A Review


Snowed In, Southern Comfort #3, by Sarah Title is an unexpectedly delightful, entertaining humorous short novella. Full of humorous banter and wit, steamy and light.  A terrific palate cleanser between serious novels.  I wished it had been longer.  Don’t miss this one.  Four Stars.  

Synopsis:
Librarian Maureen O’Connell might have predicted she’d find herself crying into the ice cream case at the supermarket after a bad breakup—but she definitely never imagined that a guy hot enough to melt the Rocky Road would flirt with her right there in the freezer aisle. Only Gavin Fraser isn’t a fantasy, he’s a mouth-watering new flavor…

When a freak snowstorm strands Maureen at Gavin’s after just one date, it’s a perfect excuse for something a lot steamier than hot chocolate in front of the fire. It’s definitely lust. Can it also be love?

I borrowed this from my library, this is my honest review.

Friday, June 1, 2018

Undeniably Yours: A Review


by Becky Wade
Bethany House

Undeniable Yours by Becky Wade is an enjoyable, entertaining Christian Romance with a bit of suspense. Meg was born into a very wealthy lifestyle, but she never felt like she fit in.  She deals with self-esteem issues, lack of confidence and lack of purpose. After her father dies she is thrown into a career she never wanted. She prays for guidance, purpose and strength and the Lord delivers. It is a very good story and good character and plot development. This is a good, clean, refreshing summer read.  Four Stars 

Synopsis:
When Meg Cole's father dies unexpectedly, she's forced to return home to Texas and to Whispering Creek Ranch to take up the reins of his empire. The last thing she has the patience or the sanity to deal with? Her father's Thoroughbred racehorse farm. She gives its manager, Bo Porter, six months to close the place down.

Bo knows he ought to resent the woman who's determined to take from him the only job he ever wanted. But instead of anger, Meg evokes within him a profound desire to protect. The more time he spends with her, the more he longs to overcome every obstacle that separates them and earn her love.

Just when Meg realizes she can no longer deny the depth of her feelings for Bo, their fragile bond is broken by a force from Meg's past. Can their relationship--and their belief that God can work through every circumstance--survive?

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received a copy of this title for review purposes, free of charge, from NetGalley and the Publisher. This Review is my honest opinion.

Thursday, May 31, 2018

There's a Green Plastic Monkey in My Purse: A Review


by Jessie Clemence

My Thoughts:


There’s a Green Plastic Monkey in My Purse by Jessie Clemence is a humorous, light reading about the joys and surprises of parenthood.  This treasure is full of real life true stories about children, parenting and unplanned moments.  A delightful, entertaining read is for anyone, parent or not or all ages.  Four stars.



Publisher’s Synopsis:

The reality of motherhood can often be more challenging than expected, as it involves life-changing adjustments mentally, emotionally, and physically. In Jessie Clemence’s book, There’s a Green Monkey in My Purse, you can find hope and encouragement for the journey. Creatively written in a casual voice and with engaging humor, it explores the traits and skills of a mother from God’s perspective, shares the author’s personal experiences as a mother of two, and encourages you to draw closer to God. You can discover how to display humility, patience, and love not only in parenting, but also in every other area of their lives.



Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received a copy of this title for review purposes, free of charge, from NetGalley and the Publisher. This Review is my honest opinion.