Tuesday, June 21, 2011
"Creed's Honor" is the second book in Linda Lael Miller's "Creed Cowboys" Trilogy. From the first few pages you are hooked. You enjoy following the life of Connor Creed on the farm in Lonesome Bend. After years of estrangement, Brody, Connor's twin brother reenters his life, as does a very special woman, Tricia McCall. If you are looking for a good romance and a wonderful read, this is the book for you.
I received a review copy of this book from Tricia Carr @ Meryl L. Moss Media Relations. It no way affected my review or opinion of this book.
Monday, May 23, 2011
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Frances Lefkowitz is a gifted story-teller. To Have Not is a wonderful story that speaks to the heart of the human spirit. She tells of growing up in the city streets of poverty ridden neighborhoods and ends up going to an Ivy league school where she works hard to make something of herself from the little she had. It was a beautiful and emotional ride from beginning to end. The way she describes her life, it is as if I was right there with her. I found myself laughing and crying at the same time. I rooted for her to find success un her life and was please how the memoir turned out.
Thank you to Crystal Patriarche at BookSparks PR for the review copy of this book:)
Monday, December 13, 2010
Friday, December 10, 2010
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
As the book opens Cora is rushing to the Warner,Werner, Wizbotterdad book store to buy her uncle a book. But little did she know that she would be receiving a ticket to a Christmas ball. It continues with the budding romance of Cora and Simon. Intertwined is Cora's past that has to do with her family and her recently found Christianity. It is a beautiful and magically written Christmas story that you will enjoy from beginning to end. It will get you in to the spirit of Christmas and all of the magic it holds.
Two Tickets To The Christmas Ball is written by Donita K. Paul