Friday, June 21, 2013

Book & Author Spotlight Full Throttle By Chelsea Camaron

Full Throttle is a bonus story from the Daddy’s Girl Series


High school sweethearts manage to make it through college into the working world still together and going strong.  From the start of their relationship Jake has made very clear his apprehension to marriage.  Kenna understood going into this nine years ago that with Jake there would never be a ring or white dress.

Now seeing their friends so eager to make such a serious commitment in their own relationships a crack begins to form in Jake and Kenna’s once solid foundation. 

Will Kenna ever open up and share her dreams with Jake?  Can Jake overcome his childhood issues?  Is Kenna willing to accept things just as they are forever?  Will her desire for a more serious commitment make her change her feelings for her one love?  Is Jake enough alone or does Kenna demand more than he can give? Can they move forward full throttle into their future together?

Author Info

Chelsea Camaron has a love for old muscle cars and Harley Davidson motorcycles.  She currently resides in Southern Louisiana with her husband and two children. She was born and raised in Coastal North Carolina and her heart is always Carolina day dreaming. Her love for reading has sparked a new love for writing with a few projects currently in the works. 

Amazon Link to Book One (Restore My Heart) -

~I did not read this book~

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Pros & Cons by Janet Evanovich & Lee Goldberg

I recently red Pros & Cons by Janet Evanovich & Lee Goldberg. It is a prequel to their new book The Heist which was published today. As a huge fan of Janet Evanovich's novels I am very excited to read her new book. This story led me to discover Lee Goldberg who has written many tv shows including Monk, and Diagnosis Murder. 

Pros & Cons follows FBI agent Kate O’Hare as she continues her quest for criminal Nick Fox. This story leads Kate to Chicago where she is convinced that Nick is pretending to be a wedding planner in order to rob a penthouse apartment. This short story hints at a long past that has a romantic twist too. It leaves you wanting more. I cannot wait to read The Heist!

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

The Repeat Year by Andrea Lochen

I recently read The Repeat Year by Andrea Lochen. This story follows Olive, a nurse who wakes up thinking it is 2012 but it is really January 1, 2011. She begins to relieve the entire year. She remembers patient outcomes, breaking up with a boyfriend who thinks they are still together, and moving out of an apartment she is currently living. 

Although this book was well written. I did not enjoy this book. The concept seemed more thrilling than the story was. The story was hard to follow, often making the reader confused as to what year it actually was. The premise of the story itself was unrealistic. How can someone wake up and repeat an entire year?

For me this book would not be an easy beach read. More thought process is need to successfully follow the storyline. 

Please read this book and come back and let us know how what you thought about it.

~I received a free copy of this book to review~
~I was not compensated in any way for my honest review~