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Guess What I’m Reading? “The New Mrs. Collins” by Quanie Miller

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This is a good read so far. I’m almost done and I can’t wait to see what happens at the end.

In the small town of Carolville, Louisiana, no one knows that Adira Collins inherited mystic powers from her great-grandmother. All they know is that she’s beautiful, poised, graceful, and ruthless—especially when it comes to love. And no one knows that more than Leena Williams, who was all set to marry the man of her dreams until Adira swooped into town and stole the man’s heart.

Being left at the altar is bad enough, but Leena and her ex share custody of their son, so she has to see the new Mrs. Collins on a regular basis.
And it burns every time she does.
But soon, Leena starts to suspect that there is more to Adira Collins than meets the eye. And it’s not because she owns some
kinky lingerie shop or allegedly insulted the pastor’s wife: it’s the strange way she can make a door close without touching it, or take one look at something and make it drop dead at her feet. Leena starts digging for answers and soon discovers that, unlike her public persona, Adira’s true nature is somewhere on the other side of grace. She also learns, a little too late, that some secrets are better left buried.
About the Author:
Quanie Miller grew up in New Iberia, Louisiana. She fell in love with reading at an early age and spent most of her time at the Iberia Parish Library discovering authors like R.L. Stine and Christopher Pike (she was often found walking back home from the library with a stack of books that went up to her chin). She holds degrees from Louisiana State University and San Jose State University. She has been the recipient of the James Phelan Literary Award, the Louis King Thore Scholarship, the BEA Student Scriptwriting Award, and the Vicki Hudson Emerging Writing Prize. She loves writing stories about strong willed women who can’t keep themselves out of trouble. She is the author of The New Mrs. Collins, a southern paranormal novel, and It Ain’t Easy Being Jazzy, a romantic comedy. She lives in South Carolina with her husband and is currently, as always, working on another novel. To find out more about Quanie and her works in progress visit quanietalkswriting.com.
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Book Review for “Unlawful Escort” by Krystal Morrison

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When a chance encounter results in Sebastian Bradley propositioning an escort to pose as his girlfriend for four months; it’s just another business arrangement. Successful and worldly; Sebastian’s a feminine magnate, but none has rattled him like Paige Sinclair. Spirited and beautiful; Paige is nothing like he’d expected, regardless, he wants her. Cynical by nature; he’s convinced that her air of innocence is a ploy to disarm him and he treats her with indifference. But her infectious warmth proves irresistible and he soon discovers that her radiance maybe exactly what his darkened existence needs…
Paige knows her life will never be the same the moment she signs on the dotted lines but she desperately needs the money to pay for her brother’s transplant surgery. Formidable yet drop-dead-magnificent; Sebastian’s very presence ignites a fire inside her that’s startling. Torn between loathing at his crude insults and the sizzling attraction they share; she eventually caverns to his wickedly erotic fancies. And she soon realizes that beneath the brusque exterior lurks a brilliant, generous soul hardened by the misfortunes of his detached life…
And Sebastian is about to unearth a secret that might shatter everything she holds dear.

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Zombies in Love by Nora Fleischer Book Review

Zombies In Love - Nora FleischerJack Kershaw just wants to hold on to his new job at Lisa Alioto’s pizza parlor, and to keep Lisa from finding out that he’s a zombie. But Jack learns that he and Lisa are in serious danger. His second chance at life is the inadvertent result of a lab experiment by two graduate students, and Winthrop University– a school which knows how to keep its secrets– will do anything necessary to conceal that someone on campus raised the dead. With the help of Boston’s zombie horde, can Jack and Lisa escape Winthrop’s sinister clutches?

“Zombies in Love” is a quick read about a man who wakes up and finds out he’s really dead. His life has been a series of failures, but as a undead person he has finally realized what’s important to him. The only problem is he’s not the only one who is undead and the people who created him want to erase any evidence of their disturbing experiment.

This is a very entertaining and funny tail, but would have been a lot better if it had been edited properly. It was hard at times to get into the story due to the misspelled words and grammatical errors throughout the story. The format was also a bit strange, as it read like a college term paper instead of a novel.

I gave Zombies in Love two stars as the cover may have gotten me, but I would have been pissed off after the first chapter if I had purchased this book.


two stars

 

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You Make Me Feel Brand New by Chicki Brown-Book Review

YMMFBN - Final CoverOne year ago, personal chef Jan Davis signed her divorce papers after a miserable twenty-five-year marriage. She is single again, and romantic attention is as foreign to her as ancient Carthaginian cuisine. When she meets her new
client, sports management agent Mac Sinclair, who is eleven years younger, Jan’s life takes a complete turnaround. She’s thrilled, but everyone in her life isn’t as pleased.

Review

This book was phenomenal. It is a story of a woman who finally took the reins of her life into her on hands and leaves a dead in marriage. As soon as her life seems to be going the way she always planned, a gorgeous man falls in her lap. She has to decide whether to fight for this relationship or keep the peace with family and friends.

I would recommend this book to love story readers. It is a quick read and a page turner.

I gave this You Make Me Feel Brand New four stars.

4 stars

 

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