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text 2017-03-07 13:00
Blog Tour Stop for Burned by Kimberley Patterson with Giveaway

 

Today’s stop is for Kimberley Patterson’s Burned. We will have info about the book and author, plus a great giveaway. Make sure to check everything out and enter the giveaway. Happy Reading :) 

 


 

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“Pay attention to the signs that are all around you,” Sarah's mother used to say. Sarah never listened until her world turned upside down in the wake of her mother’s death. When sifting through the fiery ashes, signs begin to appear, giving her the feeling that the accident was less of an accident and more of foul play. While Sarah struggles to understand the images haunting her dreams, she finds herself losing a grip on reality.   Based on true events, Sarah unravels the mystery surrounding her mother's death, and, in doing so, uncovers an internal darkness capable of murder.

 

 

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Horses were one of my first loves, and writing soon followed. As a child, I spent hours writing poems, and short stories (about horses). My parents realized that I was horse-obsessed and decided to buy me one after taking riding lessons for two years. I think they hoped that all of the hard work, and hours spent mucking stalls would help me give up this expensive hobby. They were wrong. Writing is still a passion of mine, although now I primarily write fiction. My first novel, Red Rock, was published in 2010, and big surprise, there are horses in it. My second novel, The Three Month Plan was released August 2013.
 
Other Loves: My family, yoga, skincare and makeup, sushi, and raising money for pediatric cancer. I have two rescue dogs and would have more if there weren’t zoning restrictions. I’m always trying something new, as I tend to get bored very easily. Thankfully, my love of driving around with the gas light on fuels some excitement. I love novels with happy endings, and am a hopeful romantic. My latest obsession is browsing Netflix, and I can name all 50 states in alphabetical order in under 30 seconds. Do I feel a wager coming on?
 
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review 2013-11-05 12:40
Review - The Three Month Plan by Kimberley Patterson
The Three Month Plan - Kimberley Patterson

*I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*

 

Just from reading the blurb, you can tell that The Three Month Plan is just one big accident waiting to happen, LOL. Nothing good can come of this bet, so everyone please don't try this at home. However, I  must admit, it makes for a rather comical read as Kelly tries her best to seduce Jake into a relationship.

 
Poor, sweet Kelly is looking for a boyfriend, a meaningful, lasting relationship. So why on earth would she pick Jake?! It's so obvious that he's a player, definitely not worth Kelly's time. But the heart (libido) wants what the heart wants. Honestly, I think she was looking for something to take her mind off of her best friend, Brian, fully aware that nothing lasting could ever happen with Jake. Kelly is a good person: sweet, naïve, and somewhat innocent. I liked her quite a bit.
 
Brian has been Kelly's best friend for years. They both spend way too much time worrying about ruining their friendship if they reveal their feelings toward each other. Rather tragic if you ask me. You would think best friends would be better at expressing themselves to each other. Brian realizes his feelings for Kelly when she begins to pursue Jake. Jealous much? I couldn't help but like Brian, even though he handles some situations like an utter jackass.
 
Didn't like Jake. Enough said.
 
The Three Month Plan is a fast-paced, quick read. I enjoyed the character interactions, especially those between Kelly and her friend Michelle. The dialogue was cute and witty. I absolutely loved how Ms. Patterson ended the novel. It was truly adorable, funny, and sigh worthy. Yes, this novel can be predictable at times, but it is still fun to read.
 
I recommend The Three Month Plan to everyone high school and up that enjoys a fun contemporary romance that is both sweet and at times hilarious.
Source: onceuponayabook.blogspot.com/2013/11/blog-tour-three-month-plan-by-kimberley.html
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review 2013-01-17 00:00
The Three Month Plan - Kimberley Patterson 3.5 starsMy review won't be up on GR as that was a request from the author since this is a beta-read. If I read it again after it's published, I will write a new review and put it online.
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review 2012-06-23 00:00
Red Rock
Red Rock - Kimberley Patterson This was an okay book. I hate to be overly critical, but there were several flaws that I just can't overlook. The writer has potential, but has to work on her story telling. Some parts were unnecessarily fleshed out while others were just left flat. And the way the story jumped from Rachel's point of view to third person was quite maddening. I also hated the use of the word "alright" rather than "all right" but that is just me being an old school grammar nut.

The story itself wasn't bad. It was very original, at least from my point of view as I haven't read a similar story before. The writer has talent and just needs to work on her story telling and brush up on grammar. I will definitely read more from her.
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