Joie Cuentista has been a writer since she was able to pick up a pen. Her earliest stories were always required to have a happy ending as well as a heroine named Jill. She lives in Maryland and has the best roomie ever, her mother whom is her greatest fan as all great mothers are. She's a sucker for a good steamy romance, a happy ending, and all things fantasy. After all stories and novels should take you to another world for as long as your engaged and she loves nothing more creating worlds in which every person can find at least one that calls to them.
Where to find Joie Cuentista online
Who You Are: Stories Of The Grand Hotel
Who You Are shows an interesting view of life in the 40's and tells the story of how two worlds collide in the most interesting of ways. In this story of how love can happen at the most inopportune time and come from the most unexpected of places. Come enter the fabulous world of The Grand !
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Smashwords book reviews by Joie Cuentista
- A Curve of Claw
on Jan. 24, 2012
I really loved this story it was great I wish it was longer.
on June 06, 2012
Like usual another great book from Nicky here. It will grab your undivided attention from the very beginning and will leave you wanting more. I have read all of Nicky's books and have loved every last one there is not one bad thing to be said. Great job can't wait for what's next ;)
- Lady Deception
on June 26, 2012
Okay I enjoyed the story to be honest both of the characters were really unlikeable. Eliza while draws sympathy to her cause can't cover up her whenever it suits her sense of right and wrong which she uses to justify her childish and criminal actions. Blaise is just as bad as she is the way he treats women is just wow. To be honest the sex was not that good justify being treated that way no matter how mad a person is. He is spoiled and comes with a host of issues that he blames on everyone but himself. The thing is as much as you find yourself not liking these two you end up wanting them to get it together in the end. To be honest I liked the father and his wife much better and their story seemed much more interesting so maybe I'll see if that book is already out or not. But it's worth reading it's okay for a cute quick read.