Sunday, April 14, 2013

Book & Author Spotlight: Stephanie Elliott, What She Left Us

Summery of What She Left Us by Stephanie Elliott: 
Jenna and Courtney are dealing with the unexpected death of their mother in different ways. Jenna broke off her engagement to the man she thought she'd love forever, while Courtney headed back to college to take charge of a dorm-floor full of college students as a resident assistant.
Six months later, Jenna is fueled by panic over the news that the sisters may have the same disease that caused their mother's death and she makes an irrational decision - she packs it up and heads to college to be with Courtney. The timing couldn't be worse for Courtney, who's discovering love for the first time with Mitch, a sexy guitar player who may just be off limits.
Emotionally unstable, Jenna wonders if she made the worst mistake of her life by breaking off her engagement with Darren, and when he shows up to make amends, she can't help but second-guess her decision. But then there's Clay, the compassionate bartender at Klippy's who seems to understand everything Jenna's going through. And those hazel eyes just seem to see right through to Jenna's soul…
As the girls maneuver through their unpredictable futures, trying to manage their new health risks as well as tumultuous love lives, Courtney finds a disturbing photograph that indicates there may be more to their family than she ever imagined. 
This stunning revelation could shatter the sisters to the very core, making them question everything they thought they knew about their family, their faith, their past and, most of all, each other.

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Today, April 14, 2013 is Ms. Elliot's birthday so be sure to stop by her blog to wish her a Happy Birthday! 

~I have not read or reviewed this book~ 

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Broken Ferns by Toby Neal

I recently read Broken Ferns by Toby Neal. It is the fourth book in the Lei Crime Series. This book follows Lei as a new FBI agent. She and her new partner are trying to solve the case of the smiley bandit. Although this book is enjoyable it is missing the passion and drama that the first three books had. There is no creepy murder point of view. The case that they are trying to solve is juvenile. I missed the drama and passion behind Lei. Ms. Neal does a good job showing the different classes in Hawaii. Overall I was disappointed with this story. I hope that the next book in the series has the drama that was lacking in this one.