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review 2018-03-09 18:02
The Consequence of Loving Colton - Rachel Van Dyken

The Consequences of Loving Colton
Story starts out when Milo and Colton are friends because of her brother is his best friend. She has a crush on him and he does kiss her one time in the pool.
Years later she's graduating from college and they are attending her brother Jason's wedding-in their back yard so everybody has jobs to do to make this a happy occasion.
Milo has a boyfirned that is gay but he doesn't come acorss that way. There's always been a big competition between Colton and Milo.
Like all the chaos with everybody and how things happen from events in the past. Love how they ousted the bride.
Alternating chapters from the main characters so you get to hear each of their side at the same time.
Anything that could go wrong did and then a whole bunch more-so comical at times.
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review 2018-03-08 09:41
Loving a Prince Charming by Danielle Monsch
Loving a Prince Charming - Danielle Monsch

Prince Seth has been promised to princess Rosamund since his birth. He also promised her to save her from the curse and to never love anyone but her when he was thirteen...But life, love, and fate are fickle.

I didn't like this one. There was no development in the character voice (at least for Seth) between the first chapter (when he was thirteen) and the rest of the story (when he was twenty-five), making him sound juvenile and sometimes even childish.

The conflict dragged on for too long (and this is a short story), the characters had no real depth or personality, and the resolution was too perfect and way too easy.

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review 2018-02-17 11:00
The Powerful Heritage of a Woman: The Loving Spirit by Daphne du Maurier
The Loving Spirit - Daphne du Maurier

In spite of its title, the novel The Loving Spirit isn’t just another one of those shallow romances set in the picturesque landscape of Cornwall that swamp the book market. Much rather the English novel from 1931 is a family saga with obvious echoes of Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights and poetry.


Spanning a hundred years, it shows the fate of four generations of the Coombie family starting in 1830 with wild Janet whose boundless love not only marks her own life but also that of her descendants... including that of her unloved son who makes a fortune to gain power and have his revenge to the very last. But he can't destroy the strong seed that Janet planted.


Please click here to read my long review on Edith’s Miscellany!

Source: edith-lagraziana.blogspot.com
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text 2018-02-15 02:58
"Let It Snow" is Now Available at Major Retailers!

What better way to kickoff a new blog than with a new release? Ladies and gentlemen, I am thrilled to announce my debut book (under this pen name), Let It Snow!








College freshman Riley Kendrick has always been attracted to Seth, a young man his parents adopted as a teen, and Seth's wife, Carol; he's convinced he'll never have either of them. But when he catches them being intimate in his bed with only two weeks before Christmas, his lonely world is rapidly turned upside down.

Let It Snow is a short M/M/F contemporary ménage romance with a HFN ending.



This short story is just over 10,000 words in length, and it's also free for subscribers of my newsletter! (You can sign up here if you're interested.) It marks the opening to a very long ongoing series, so keep an eye out for future installments!



That's all for now. Expect some reviews coming to this blog fairly soon!



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video 2018-02-13 22:59

This collection contains my novella, Loving the Goat. If you ever wondered what that might be like, you can give it a try for only 99¢!

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