Exclusive Interview was such a fun twist on the Rockstar Romance genre! Rebecca is not a musician or a groupie. She’s not an ex from before he was famous, or just some girl who happens to not know who the band is. She’s just a twenty-something living with her sister, rent free, and not doing much besides obsessively cleaning. At least until one day her sister has had enough, filled her phone with a job hunting itinerary, and sent her off with some bus fare. Rebecca expects to interview for some bartending and housekeeping positions, but then she mistakenly meets Kent and everything changes.
Mine to Take opens with Skye going to see the one person that she never thought she’d see again. She hasn’t seen her first love, Trace, in ten years when he broke things off with her and joined the military. But Skye is being stalked and the police won’t help her because of lack of evidence. She hopes Trace will take her seriously, but she doesn’t expect him to handle the matter personally. Or for their connection to still be as strong as it was when they were teenagers.
Heart Trouble is an adorably delicious Romance with a hint of magic! Laleh has some problems with her heart and one night winds up in the emergency room. Hope is the doctor and duty, so she must get her patient’s heart start again. Well, she gets a little jolt from the defibrillator. After that, things change. Hope is suddenly fluent in Farsi and Laleh has a deep understanding of all things medical. The two also seem to have an emotional connection, but is it real, or another side effect?
Wishlist Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Pen to Paper. It’s where we get to share books that have been on our wishlists forever or are newly added. My Amazon Wishlist is overflowing, so let’s see what title I’m featuring this week…
If you’re looking for a deliciously diverse New Adult Science Fiction novel with interesting characters, a complicated world, and kissing, Daybreak Rising is it! Celosia was suppose to save her people from the evils of the Council, but didn’t. Fast forward a few years and she’s heading another attempt to free everyone. Of course, the others involved aren’t too happy to report to her, but Celosia is determined to take down the Council once and for all. Not just to redeem herself, but because it’s the right thing to do, and she won’t let anyone tell her otherwise. Even herself.
Afterward is another heavy book by this author, but once again, she ends it with a sense of hope. Four years ago, Ethan was kidnapped. Now a few days ago, Caroline’s little brother is taken by the same man, but found. The police are shocked to also find Ethan alive and well (at least physically). Needless to say, his parents are delighted to have him home and do everything they can to have him settle into normal life again. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for Dylan. He’s autistic and can’t tell his family what happened to him, so they have no clue how to help him. Caroline won’t give up though, and she knows the only way to help her baby brother is to ask Ethan what went on […]
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