Secrets Of Greenoak Woods

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Benjamin is a young farm labourer, a reticent man living a solitary life. Tormented by a childhood trauma he is misunderstood and scorned by the villagers of St. Merryn, including Mary the woman he loves. His desire for Mary is tearing him apart because she loves Samuel – a man he hates.
Passionate and vital, farmers daughter Mary will never break the promise made to her dying mother, to always protect her younger sister. But a series of dreadful events leave the sisters with a dark secret that will deliver them straight to the gallows if discovered.
Benjamin finds the courage to offer Mary the protection she needs, but how far will she go to keep her secret safe? His battle with Samuel for her affections have tragic consequences and everybody’s secrets and betrayals – not just Mary’s – are laid bare.
Set against the untamed splendour of the Cornish coast and timeless rhythm of farming life is a story of love, loss and dark secrets.

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A riveting tale about the dark secret between two sisters, and the men they loved, thought they loved or grew to love. It’s a page turner that took me right into the heart of 19th century Cornish life and I could see this unfold as a mini-series to rival the great saga queen, Catherine Cookson. If you like a story about betrayals, sinners, love and loss, then this is the book for you.” by Sapphire

Having read and enjoyed her first book, I was pleased to see that Brenda had released a second. I was not disapointed. I read the book in just three days, so anxious was I to see how the story unfolded. The descriptions of Cornish life in the 19th century were very convincing and must have been the result of a lot of research and hard work. Up there with Winston Graham (Poldark) in my opinion.” by Paul

ABOUT THE(1)

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Brenda Jane Davies was born in Plymouth in the 1950’s and her mother is of Cornish descent. She is related to the Cornish author and historian A.L Rowse.

She lives in Bristol with her husband and her first book combined her love of Cornwall and its history with her love of geneology. It is the true story of her great great grandfather James Ivey. Her second book is pure fiction, but the ideas behind the story came from archived newspaper articles from the Cornish Gazette/West Briton, giving the reader an authentic and realistic impression of Cornish life in the 1800s.

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Chasing Wren’s Tale

32494873A steamy modern fairytale with humor and an unexpected twist:

Stubborn, limber yoga instructor Wren Cavanaugh’s once upon a time has been riddled with bad luck since her adoptive mother died ten years ago. Most recently, her worthless fiancé drained her savings and ran off with a woman whose “nom de stripper” came straight from a can of soda. The only positives in her life are swearing off men, owning Wren’s Namaste Nest, her best friend Daisy, and her vibrator Mongo.

Stubborn, Immortal Werewolf and gym magnate Gunnolf Fenric’s life is stellar in comparison. The only negatives are a murder he has yet to commit on Odin’s behalf, his brother’s blatant immaturity, and the fact the yoga instructor next door told his lawyer she refused to sell her studio, AND that Gunnolf could jump off the side of the mountain.

When Heavy Metal-loving Gunnolf holds a loud after-hours party at the gym to annoy Wren, these two control freaks finally meet, and sparks–both the good kind and the bad kind–fly between them. Wren resolves to avoid their insane sexual chemistry at all costs. Gunnolf wants more and isn’t above using unconventional means to change her mind. Especially not after discovering Odin may want him to kill Wren, but Odin’s wife, Freya, wants them to make a baby.

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5315868Jennifer Fales is an award-winning author, freelance writer, and an east coast native who moved to Southern California back in 2004. She possesses an undying love for literature and a diverse background and perspective from having worn many professional hats over the decades, including those in the clothing and automotive industries, financials, and securities. She loves traveling, and people watching, and she considers herself a foodie and a wine enthusiast. From time to time she has also been known to sing somewhere other than the shower. She recently released her first erotica title, via Cobblestone Press, under the nom de plume Mischief Ardmore.

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Heartless by Michelle Horst

36136586I’m warned that Carter Hayes is heartless.

He’s part of the screw crew.
He’ll just use you and leave you.
He’s ruthless and always gets what he wants.

Just look for the trail of broken hearts and dreamy sighs, and you’ll find him.

“Hot as sin, Carter.”

I don’t have time to fall head over heels for any guy. Besides, he’d never notice someone like me. I have a three-step plan. Get through college. Get a job. Get my sister out of the hell hole I left her in. That’s all I have time for.

That’s until I hear of the betting pool the guys started. Whoever screws me first gets the money. The moment Carter looks at me, I know it’s only because of the bet.

I tell myself our first kiss is only for show.
I hate my heart for falling for his irresistible charm.

For one foolish moment, I actually want him to be my first earth-shattering love. All it takes for me to give in is a little attention, a cocky smile, and a fake promise of a happily-ever-after.

When I’m surrounded by crumpled sheets and the smell of sex, I realize I let him have me for four hundred dollars.

To save what little pride I have left, I pretend it didn’t mean anything, that he’s just one last screw before we all leave college.

I’ve spent the last four years lying to myself. When I’m ready to take the final step of my plan, and save my sister, guess who walks through my front door?

This is book #1 in the Enemies To Lovers Series. Each book in the series is about a different couple. To get the full experience of their friendship, I’d recommend that you start with Heartless.

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Reading Order:
Heartless – Carter & Della
Reckless – Logan & Mia
Careless – Jaxson & Leigh
Ruthless – Marcus & Willow
Shameless – Rhett & Evie

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This was a great book! Probably one of my favorites of hers so far. The beginning of the book reminded me alot of college days! The Screw Crew was a group of privileged college guys who all thought they were God’s gift to women, and they went thru alot of women! I have to admit that I found myself surprised at how quickly I found myself liking them, but I did. They all had a great group dynamic, and I loved them all. I can’t wait to read the next book she writes…I really hope we get a book for each of the guys!!by Shelli

I loved it! It literally took my breath watching these 2. I love the whole crew. I just hope there’s more books to follow. The only thing I didn’t like was it ended to soon for me. I would’ve loved to see more! I don’t think there is one of the guys that I didn’t fall in love with.by Shannon

I absolutely loved Carter’s story. Can’t wait for the other books. I love, love, love Michelle’s writing and this was another awesome read. In true Michelle form, she knocked it out of the park again. Could not put it down and you won’t either.by Madeleine

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Michelle Heard is a Bestselling Romance Author who loves creating stories her readers can get lost in. She might have a slight obsession with alpha heroes who are not afraid to fight for their women.

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Embracing Hope – Review

38152216Introducing Ann Laurel’s first Christian contemporary romance series – Valley Springs. Meet 5 couples from Valley Springs and take the journey through life’s struggles and hardships into the fullness of a life of love and happy endings.

Book One – Embracing Hope. Single mother Riley struggles with raising her baby, Zeke, by herself. Too many wrong choices lead her down a path of destruction. Young Pastor Micah set in motion help for single mothers and extends his hand to Riley. Will she accept his help before it is too late?

Valley Springs Novel Series – Embracing Hope, Embracing Life, Embracing Purpose, Embracing Love, and Embracing Courage – can be read as stand-alones or within the series.

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3 of 5 Stars

Sadly, I didn’t like the book, I struggled to finish it, I would’ve given less stars but it was probably my own fault for diving in something blindly.

First of all, it’s written in 3rd person, which I’m not used to read, I think first person would’ve been a lot better to show Riley’s feelings and struggles through the story.

Second, it’s a Christian book, I know, it says it in the description, but does it need to be so preachy? I’m not religious and I’ve read Christian romances before and they only mentioned it a few times or made the first character very devoted and it was a clean romance, which is fine, but when the hero is a Pastor, you know you are in for a hell (not pun intended) of a preaching ride.

Third, I feel like it could use a 2nd round of editing, the words “as” and “for” are used so many times, I can’t even explain how frustrating it was to read them again and again, as she waited, as she laid, as she read, as she rolled her eyes, as she considered to stop reading, as she rolled her eyes again, as she continued reading despite everything.

And fourth and last, Riley is the most immature mother I’ve ever read. The second time she held her baby, she he told him she was going to be the best mama for him, and made me smile, and then she go out partying and neglects her son? No, just no. I know she was struggling, but when you can’t root for your main character and instead you want social services to find a better home for that baby, it means something is wrong with the character developing.

I feel like I’m turning the book to pieces, it’s not my intention to be mean or harsh, but as I was given the book to read and give my honest opinion, here it is. I wish I could recommend it, but unless you are a strong religious person and can look past the editing issues, this isn’t really the right book for you.

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61TjygkBy9L._UX250_Ann Laurel writes inspirational western historical and Christian contemporary romance. All of her books are guaranteed to make you feel good when you reach the end.

Ann lives with her husband and children in the beautiful Ozark Mountains in the south. She enjoys raising Godly children, volunteering with her church, homemaking, and writing.

Ann plans to publish more western historical and Christian contemporary romances. All books are guaranteed clean and sweet.

Coming soon – her first contemporary romance series – Valley Springs. Five novels surrounding the small rural community of Valley Springs.

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Cowboy Kisses – Six Romantic Tales of Colorado Cowboys

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I’m so excited about this Colorado Cowboy Anthology!

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This anthology includes the following SIX stories:

Cowboy Homecoming by Cindi Myers
After years in the city Kate Randolph has come home to take care of her ailing father, only to find local cowboy Jace Carpenter in charge of her father’s ranch. Jace isn’t sure what to make of Kate, but he’s dealing with big changes in his own life since his family ranch was sold. Can a prodigal daughter and a restless cowboy turn the bad hand life has dealt them into a winning combination?

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Kate held the water bottle out and Jace reached for it, and set it on the ground at their feet. Then he drew her close. She stared up at him, heart hammering. “I almost kissed you the other night on my back porch,” he said. “But you pulled away.”

“I’ve regretted that ever since,” she said softly, and stood on tip-toe to press her lips to his.

He kissed her the way she imagined he did everything else, with a quiet thoroughness and skill that left no room for doubts or second thoughts. She closed her eyes and surrendered to the firm heat of his lips on hers, the taste of him on her tongue, the feel of his strong arms encircling her. It was as if she had been asleep for months, and the kiss awakened her, blood humming in her veins, every nerve buzzing with awareness of him.

When at last they broke apart, both breathless and panting a little, they stared at each other. “Maybe my other regret is that we didn’t do this sooner,” he said, smoothing one hand along the curve of her hip. “Say, ten years ago.”

“No, sooner wouldn’t have been as good,” she said. “You have to grow into a kiss like that.”

He kissed her again, letting his lips wander after a moment, from her mouth along the curve of her jaw and down the column of her neck, resting a moment over the pulse at her throat. She let out a breathy moan and dug her fingers into his biceps. If he could leave her this weak-kneed with just a kiss, imagine what he could do with the rest of his body.

ABOUT THE(1)

Cindi Myers is the author of more than 70 published novels. She wrote her first romance in eighth grade – a manuscript widely circulated among her classmates, until confiscated by her English teacher, who told her she needed to work on her spelling and grammar. Those skills much improved, she loves writing from her home in the western Colorado mountains, where she lives with her spoiled dogs and handsome husband. When not writing, she enjoys skiing, camping, knitting, quilting, and cooking – and reading lots and lots of good books.

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Loving You From Afar by RaeAnne Hadley
Ariana thought her life was over when she lost her husband. But through a strange twist of events that brought a stranger into her and her children’s lives, she was starting to believe that maybe it was just the beginning.

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Snowflakes fell from the black sky, lazily making their way down to the cold earth. It was so quiet that she could hear them when they landed.

All of the animals, both wild and domestic, were hunkered down to wait out the December storm.

She sat on the deck allowing the fat flakes to gather on her eye lashes. The house was quiet; her girls snug in bed and sound asleep. She felt moisture slide down her cheeks but didn’t bother to wipe them away. She looked up towards the heavens and sighed.

“I don’t know how to do this without you. We made so many plans, had so many dreams. Our girls need their daddy and I need my best friend. You kept me strong. Made me a better mother because you were an amazing father. My heart hurts. My mind aches and I don’t know that I’m strong enough to do this alone.”

She dropped her eyes and wiped away the tears. A breeze rustled the naked branches and she shivered. Gathering her empty tea cup, she let herself back into the house. She didn’t see the lone red rose petal fall from the sky and settle onto the seat of her chair

ABOUT THE(1)

I’m an accidental author as I began writing my first story, Mechanics of Murder, after I had been fired for taking maternity leave. I took a 3rd shift job and trying to keep myself awake, I used my imagination and started creating a story of a female mechanic, which I was, finding a dead body underneath the truck she was working on. My father absolutely loved the story and encouraged me to complete it and get it published. I was almost finished with the first draft when my father had a stroke. Encouraging him to get better, I rushed the book to Lulu Publishing without it being edited. My father was able to hold my first novel but was never able to read it; he passed away 2 days later. But it began a passion for me that has not dwindled!

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My Forever Cowboy by Diane J. Reed
Just when you least expect it, love finds you forever.
Photographer Avery Smart refuses to believe in “forever cowboys” after her father died in a tragic rodeo accident, until professional bull rider Grant Hollow decides to shed new light into the darkroom of her heart.

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For a moment, all Grant could see was coppery hair with strands of gold highlighted by the sun. He squinted and made out the lovely face of Avery Smart, her brows drawn in concern.

Instantly, she hooked her elbows beneath Grant’s arm pits and proceeded to drag his weight with all her might. When Grant realized what was happening, that he was still in the rodeo arena near a two-thousand-pound bull that hadn’t been driven to the exit pen yet, he stumbled to his feet and turned the tables on Avery. Scooping her into his large arms, he hugged her close and made a mad dash for the fence.

“Good thing you’re light!” he cried, his feet drumming beneath him. A cowboy swung open a nearby gate. Grant rushed through, panting for breath as the cowboy slammed it shut. He held Avery so tightly to his chest, she could feel his heart hammering through his shirt as if he didn’t quite believe they’d made it to safety.

“You’ve heard of Dances with Wolves?” said the announcer. “Looks to me like Grant Hollow was dancing with the photographer! Am I the only who’s noticed he hasn’t put her down yet? Let’s give that cowboy a hand for protecting a lady the old fashioned way.”

The crowd applauded and whistled their approval.

“I’ve never had to clear the arena before I sprinted to the fence before.” Grant smiled, his face so close to Avery’s he could kiss her. The glint in his eye revealed he’d thought about it.

“Clear the arena? What am I, an empty beer can?”Avery replied, unable to hide the warmth that suffused her cheeks. The truth was, his muscled biceps felt heavenly against her body. And from this vantage point, she got an even closer look at his to die-for eyes.

“I didn’t mean it that way.” A smile teased Grant’s lips, which where perilously close to hers. “A woman like you couldn’t be trash if you tried.” He paused, his eyes tracing the amber highlights that perfectly framed her beautiful face. “More like striking gold.” He took in the warm brown of her eyes and the curve of her mouth, which Avery found sexy to the point of excruciating. “Next time, though,” Grant scolded, “I suggest you don’t try to rescue one of your photo subjects. Bulls are non-discriminating—they’ll take out anybody.”

ABOUT THE(1)

USA TODAY bestselling author Diane J. Reed writes happily ever afters with a touch of magic that make you believe in the power of love. Her stories feed the soul with outlaws, mavericks, and dreamers who have big hearts under big skies and dare to risk all for those they cherish. Because love is more than a feeling—it’s the magic that changes everything.

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Say Nothing by Autumn Piper
The best medicine doesn’t always come in pill form, but who knew it could be a scruffy, cranky cowboy?
After escaping from the psycho who held her prisoner for months, Brooke often suffers panic attacks when she tries to speak. When her cousin invites her to recuperate at his friends’ ranch in Colorado and help them care for their twin toddlers, she accepts.
For years since his engagement went belly-up, lead ranch-hand Rowdy has been non-relationship material. He feels a connection with Brooke, though, and she’s able to confide things in him she doesn’t trust her therapist with.
When her successful ex rides back into the picture, Rowdy will have to decide: fight for Brooke, or give her the financially stable future she deserves.

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Her phone vibrated on the nightstand. Weird. Here it was…the clock said after one a.m. She’d ignore it, but who would be texting her in the middle of the night except in an emergency? She kept the throw around her shoulders and picked up her phone.

Rowdy. Huh.

You OK?

She walked back to the window, looked down at his cabin, where a light shone. She texted back, Yes I’m fine but then erased the lie and sent, Are you OK? Why you up in the middle of the night?

He replied, Trouble sleeping. (me) It’ll pass in a couple days though. What about you? Nightmare?

How’d he guess? Well, she had told him she had nightmares. Yes. Flashback. Pretty much ruins a night.

I’m sorry, he texted. And then, If you wanted to tell me about it, I’m all eyes. The goofy-eyed emoji he included made her smile.

She considered. Her cold sweat had nearly dried. The worst of this episode had passed. By morning, details would fade, and she’d only be able to remember bare facts. Which was why Roberta pushed hypnosis, but Brooke kept resisting because she didn’t exactly want to be able to remember those things at all hours of the day. It would be a lot of texting, she told Rowdy.

Worried you’ll wear out your thumbs?

Throwing down a challenge. She hadn’t shared any more details than the police and prosecutor demanded, though she knew court was coming and she’d have to type replies to the attorneys’ questions if she didn’t have her speech back by then.

So she told him every detail she could recall about that day.

ABOUT THE(1)

Born and raised in itty-bitty Rifle, Colorado, Autumn Piper studiously avoided trouble…but is now inclined toward it, particularly in her novels. She thinks the best things in life are funny, and the runners-up, romantic.

An admitted carb addict, Autumn writes, edits, referees her two college kids (who room together), a cat, a box turtle with a huge personality, one husband and many supersize houseplants, and does the cooking and cleaning when forced to.

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Peyton’s Kiss by Ann Anders
No one ever promised Stella Fairchild that life would be fair. If it was, then her best friend wouldn’t be dying. A little girl wouldn’t be losing her mother. And a lonely cowboy would be ready for love. Under the blue skies of Colorado, however, fate has its own ideas. And maybe, just maybe, silver linings could be found hiding in the storm.

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He didn’t laugh at her. “I never get tired of it. The open space, the sky. But it can also be dangerous if it turns on you. Don’t come up here alone, okay? Storms move in quickly. If you don’t know what you’re doing you can find yourself in trouble real fast.” He rubbed Hermes’ neck fondly. “Hell, you can get into trouble even when you do know what you’re doing.”
Stella shivered at his words and watched Corinne and Misty disappear over the rise up ahead. “Two sides to every coin.”
He wouldn’t say anything. He’d think her words over first.
And then Hermes sidled up beside her, pressing her leg into Pickles. Peyton’s hand grasped the back of her neck and… finally.
Her hat tumbled down her back at the same time Peyton’s mouth covered hers. At first it was just their lips, meeting, joining, but then the tip of his tongue coaxed her mouth open and she couldn’t help but drop her reins and take hold of Peyton’s wrists. A current of emotions swept through her as she twisted to meet him.
He slowed the kiss. “Easy girl.” He whispered against her lips. Stella felt Peyton set the reins back into her hands before Hermes stepped away.

ABOUT THE(1)
Married to the same man for over 25 years, I am a mother to three children and two Miniature Wiener dogs After owning a business and experiencing considerable success, my husband and I got caught in the financial crisis and lost everything; our business, our home, even our car.
At this point, I put my B.A. in Poly Sci to use and took work as a waitress and bartender. Unwilling to give up on a professional life, I simultaneously went back to college and obtained a degree in Energy Management. And then the energy market dropped off. And then my dog died. I can only be grateful for this series of unfortunate events, for, with nothing to lose and completely demoralized, I sat down and began to write the romance novels which had until then, existed only my imagination. I am happy to have found my place in life. Finally.

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Midnight Ride by D’Ann Lindun
Can they escape peril and fall in love?
When Brynn Lockwood and her five-year-old daughter Brooke decide to camp in the Colorado Mountains the last thing they expect is to be taken hostage by a gunman. After suffering a devastating shooting, Sawyer Bennet moves to Black Mountain, Colorado, to recover. As a Sheriff’s Posse member, he is called out to find a dangerous criminal, but loses his heart instead.

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“Damn it, I left my hat out there.”

“That can be replaced. You can’t,” Brynn said.

The warmth in her eyes and tone caused him to pause. “Thanks.”

“It’s true,” she insisted. “Now, how do we get out of here?”

He held his hands over the fire. “How’s Brooke?”

“Pretty sick for her to sleep through gunfire. I’m worried.” Fear flashed in her eyes, and without thinking, he stepped close and took her in his arms. She fit exactly right. Almost as tall as his own six feet, soft breasts crushed against his chest, long legs he could imagine tangled with his…

“Don’t,” he said, shaking off the sexy image. “She’ll be okay.”

“She has to be.” A shudder ran through her and he ached to make all this go away. For half a cent, he’d go out and put himself back in the line of fire if it would get Brynn and Brooke out of here alive.

“I think we need to make a run for it,” he said finally. “Maybe under the cover of darkness….”

“The trail between here and my camp isn’t dangerous, as long as you don’t make a wrong turn like I did,” she said slowly. “If we did that in the dark, it could be fatal.”

“The trail from here to Durango is pretty straight, but it’s across a long, open stretch. Out in the open for a good part of it.”

“It’s taking a big risk,” she said. “Taking a midnight ride.”

“Yes.” He wouldn’t sugarcoat it. “But so is staying here.”

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Falling in love with romance novels the summer before sixth grade, D’Ann Lindun never thought about writing one until many years later when she took a how-to class at her local college. She was hooked! She began writing and never looked back. Forty-eight manuscripts and numerous awards later, she is an Amazon bestseller! Romance appeals to D’Ann because there’s just something so satisfying about writing a book guaranteed to have a happy ending. Her particular favorites usually feature cowboys and the women who love them.

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Becoming Charlie – Review

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My name is Charlie, and I’m invisible. Well, not literally, but until one of the most popular guys at Eden High saved my life, nobody even knew I existed. Sean Reese gave me more than my life back that night. He gave me friendship.
And maybe, just maybe, I can save him, too.

Will he still be my friend when he finds out my secret?

 

 

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5 of 5 stars

I loved it. The journey that Charlie and Sean start after she was bullied by some of the “popular” kids of her school, it’s one to cherish. They became best friends, no doubt of it, and it changed Charlie’s life completely.

It’s not only a sweet story about 2 friends, it’s also a tool to open the eyes of all those girls that think being invisible will make them go through high school easier. Sean shows to Charlie that is not the best way and that she will regret a lot of things when she’s older. He helps her to discover herself, to regain a part of her life that was lost and to become the girl that she always wanted to be even when she didn’t know she wanted it.

I’m currently reading the part 2 in wattpad, and waiting the full release to complete this beautiful story.

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26734454_1642836619088407_4934065906267794955_n“Far from crazy, but equally as far from normal. There are voices in my head and I occasionally talk to them.” – Kristie Haigwood

K. S. Haigwood is the author of the Save My Soul, Eternal Island and Moonrising series. By day, she is a CNC Machinist, but by night and weekend, she saves the world or destroys it in a single bound, depending on what mood she is in and if she has had her coffee. In addition to being an award winner for the ‘Life Changing Read Award’, she has also been nominated twice for Best Indie Book 2016 in the Paranormal category.

Characterization is one of K.S. Haigwood’s strongest points. You can understand each characters’ predicaments and you can almost foresee their reactions. But. There’s always a but, with this author, because Haigwood can deliver enough twists and turns to turn a tornado on its head. Just as you think you’ve figured where the story is going next, she’s duped you again.

The whole of her novels are littered with good chuckle moments, and even in the darkest hour, the thinnest hint of a silver lining is still visible among the clouds.

Shock therapy for body and soul, delivered at a hundred miles an hour with the humor and charisma of a trendsetter, Haigwood is certain to be hailed the new wonder-drug to cure all ills.FacebookButtonTwitterButtonVisitWebsiteAdd-to-Goodreads

 

Interview with Author Kyle Autumn

Our guest this week is Author Kyle Autumn, she is the author of sexy contemporary romances that will melt your heart and your panties.

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She also writes erotic short stories series that will likely melt your panties more than your heart. She loves chocolate and pajamas. Can’t be bothered to brush her hair most days. Can always be bothered to write her pants—er, pajama bottoms—off.

 

Let’s see what she answered to my questions!!!

Please tell us a little about yourself.

Hi there! My name is Kyle and I write books! And short stories. They’re written to melt your hearts…and your panties. 😉 I’ve been writing for a while now, but I started publishing this year. I have big plans for the rest of the year and 2018. And I love binge-watching TV shows. It’s a problem. Ha!

voyeur1How did you come up with the title of “The Voyeur”?

That really gets at the heart of the story arc. There are six short stories that make up this series about a woman who catches her neighbors in the act. But she doesn’t stop watching, and it leads to all sorts of steamy fun. 😉

What is your favorite character from the Thirsty Thursday Series?

It’s really hard to decide. All four of the main women have a bit of me in them, and I really enjoyed writing them! I think the one I loved writing the most was Patti and Zo’s story, “The Girlfriend’s Secret.” But I also liked writing Lyra a lot. The men were all fun too. Blake was probably my favorite of them. 🙂

33973319What genre do you enjoy writing the most and why?

I looooove romance so much. Everything about love makes me happy, so I really enjoy telling stories about couples falling in love. And their bedroom time is fun to explore too!

How would you describe your writing style?

I like to be straightforward, but I also like to add some “flowery” prose in there too. It isn’t needed, but I find that to be my voice. I very much like song lyrics, and I wish I’d gotten into writing those. They’re much shorter. Ha! But I enjoy writing in that style.

voyeur2What authors inspire your writing?

K Webster, Pepper Winters, Aly Martinez… So many. 🙂

What would you like to be if you weren’t a writer?

Oh wow. I honestly have no idea. A professional binge-watcher? Ha! I can’t imagine a life without writing.

What are you working on now?

I’m currently releasing The Voyeur series, but I’m working on a novel about a woman whose sexual fantasy comes true but leads to deadly trouble—and love. It’s been fun!

34109144Do you have any advice for new authors?

Don’t compare yourself to anyone else. Don’t try to be anyone else. Write. Finish projects. And don’t worry about perfection. You can’t please everyone, so please yourself. 🙂National_Thank_You_Day

 

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