So why did I keep reading this? I blame Romanceopoly. I needed a new adult set in college and this one was that AND it was paranormal (with amnesia!). My track record with most NA sucking (IMO) continues.....
This was so ridiculous. Victoria is a freshman at college with no memory of anything about her past. I thought she treated her amnesia (at least at first) in a "no deal big, I'll make new memories!" kind of way. She was shallow. It made more of a difference when her credit cards didn't work/assets frozen. She drives a Jaguar. She meets a guy named Carter Jag whose family owns a hot club named "The Jag." There's kidnapping and numerous different paranormals added to the mix.
This just didn't work for me. I didn't like Victoria and I was ambivalent about Toby and Carter.
Behind every heartache is a silver lining, waiting to have it's turn. Indigo Bay is the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. There's a storm brewing. Can four couples make it through the rain and find sunshine waiting on the other side? From bittersweet romance, to inspirational storytelling The Escape to Indigo Bay Boxed Set will break your heart, uplift your soul and have you believing in the power of love. Four voices. One melody. Emotional journeys. McClone, Oram, Claflin and Lewis make beautiful music together.
I Think My Guardian Angel Drinks by Vikki Jensen Claflin is a humorous take on senior life and living. The tips may come in handy, if not they'll at least make you laugh. The quick stories are entertaining and fun. You're not even close to 60? It'll still give you a laugh and a peek into what awaits you down the road of life. I enjoyed reading I Think My Guardian Angel Drinks. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this. All thoughts and opinions are my own.