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Unauthored Letters by Tara C. Allred
Unauthored Letters by Tara C. Allred
4.0 out of 5 stars Conflict and mystery, 19 Aug 2014
I was very dazzled by the realistic portrayal of Rebecca and John. Sad that some people don't have the fight in them to battle mental illness, but Rebecca did. Now as her life is coming together, something is amiss and the strange letters come. The writer of the letters knows too much of her and her life. Even though John at times I think begins to question her stability, He is very supportive. Rebecca also doubts herself at times, but she stays strong and struggles through the mystery of the letters. As to WHO wrote the letters... I will not tell here but I guessed early on and I was wrong. You will have to read it to find out who and why. The author did a nice job portraying the conflict… Read more
Return to Love (Book 2-- The Endless Love Series) by Kathleen Shoop
5.0 out of 5 stars Overwhelming, 13 Aug 2014
A powerful and compelling story that takes us beyond the falling in love and marriage of April and Hale. Hale is doing his duty and fighting for his country. Sad news arrives that April delivered his daughter - stillborn. Her little heart and lungs are unable to work outside the womb. He returns home to a devastated April. Hale is very supportive and caring, but April turns in on herself with her grief and away from him. Many people give advice how to deal with the situation, but in the end, it is up to each person how to deal with such a loss. Though a tragedy, the story is about the struggle to once again find each other and overcome the hardships to become stronger. The author has given… Read more
Deception in Paradise (Paradise Series Book 2) by Deborah Brown
5.0 out of 5 stars Wacky Fun, 13 Aug 2014
"Crazy in Paradise" introduced us to funny (and a little bit nutty) Madison Westin. "Deception in Paradise" takes us on more of her adventures. I have to say this was a fun and easy read. Again, we find Madison surrounded with some peculiar and kooky characters. She tends to get herself in a bit of trouble (not that unusual for her). Though against her wishes, she has to help prove the annoying ex is not a killer. So mystery drives her on to stay ahead of the real killer. Now there is a little bit of romantic interest in the story. AND who exactly is this new hot, hunky man that is... well... 'warm for her form'. Deborah Brown has done a nice job bringing us back in to the… Read more