In Three Tiers for Win, Elaine finds that setting rules on who you will and will not fall for doesn’t necessarily mean your heart will obey. With a brIn Three Tiers for Win, Elaine finds that setting rules on who you will and will not fall for doesn’t necessarily mean your heart will obey. With a brother who is an Olympic swimmer, she knows the time and dedication needed to achieve success. And having a relationship with an athlete like that would mean nothing but a lonely and trying love life. But what do you do when your heart just won’t take no for answer? Not even when your brother is venomously against it? It’s said love always finds a way. But for Elaine and Winston?
Ms Bosman shares a story of love, determination, twists, and fate in Three Tiers for Win. She takes us from Elaine’s cake kitchen to the Olympics with ease, showing us the inner and outer struggles of the characters as they work toward their goals…and love. *smile* ...more
**spoiler alert** One for Kami a "Sweet" romance that takes you from Kami's home dimension, Two-Eight-Five to a new realm (for her), Three-Two-Three.**spoiler alert** One for Kami a "Sweet" romance that takes you from Kami's home dimension, Two-Eight-Five to a new realm (for her), Three-Two-Three. We find out this dimension is actually ours, as she searches for one true love near Chicago after finding the man she fell in love with back home has to have three wives because he's one of the very rich in a poverty stricken world. She can't stand the thought of sharing him and leaves to try and forget him and start new. Doesn't quite work.
This is a "clean" read, meaning no sex, bad language, or violence. It also this means the characters (or author) and plot must carry the story instead of relying on what is so prevalent these days to keep the reader's attention.
Samantha is a successful artist who has her life under control and definitely doesn’t need a man to get what she wants. Rafael is a billionaire tycoonSamantha is a successful artist who has her life under control and definitely doesn’t need a man to get what she wants. Rafael is a billionaire tycoon who is used to getting what he wants. When he tries to hire Samantha to paint his portrait by Christmas, he won’t take no for an answer, despite her full schedule.
But locking horns over a paint job is only the beginning for these two. Secrets, deceit, and will she didn’t know about throw her life into chaos when her father makes a crazy demand that she and Rafael get married by her 25th birthday. Her marry the demanding man that she just met?
Name the Day is filled with twists as Samantha and Rafael work to uncover the reason behind her father’s actions and discover more than they bargained for. Written in third person narrative, Ms. Gloag did a great job of sharing the inner struggles of the main characters. Each had very developed back story to make them well rounded and strong personalities. A little closer eye to editing would smooth a few places out. But, for a good story of reluctant love, mystery, and suspense, pick up Name the Day!
From the time Machenzie opens the door in paragraph one, and finds a basket on her front porch, Burn Baby Burn takes off and doesn't let up. That littFrom the time Machenzie opens the door in paragraph one, and finds a basket on her front porch, Burn Baby Burn takes off and doesn't let up. That little bundle of half demon, half human cooing joy sets in motion an adventure that pits good against evil with demon hunter, Machenzie Solomom, and her charmer, Josh, right in the middle. And it doesn't help that they have a strong attraction for each other--which is vivid--because getting involved on a personal level is a very bad idea on many levels.
When I read a book, if the characters grab me, the biggest hurdle is overcome. And Ms. Donnelly did a wonderful job portraying the characters in this novel and putting the reader in their shoes. Each had stunning personalities, including the secondary characters. I love Marion and Felix too. But the storyline, witty narrative, and climax had me glued to the pages...I certainly didn't expect what happened there.
If you love stories of pure good versus pure evil and the inner conflict of that gray area in between, you'll love Burn Baby Burn. Well done, Ms. Donnelly....more