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  • Designer Genes on Jan. 24, 2014

    I was given this book by the author for an honest review. For me this book started out a little slow, I did really enjoy it. I loved the little town of Nowhere Junction, Texas. I love the people of this  small town, the characters you have got to love them. Just good old country people. They truly make this book. Buffy is a good mom in a  bad situation finding out the sperm bank didn't give her, her husband sperm but a stranger. She decides he needs to know and maybe  become apart of his daughters life. Carter took it better then most men would, in  fact better then I thought he would. You have the bad  husband who hides his money and Carter comes in a saves the day. I did think the end came to fast, it was nice but missing more.  All in all it was a nice cute read. There is a little humor not laugh out loud but lots of smiles. It was a good read. I am sure you will enjoy this book.  
  • Noble Lies on Feb. 21, 2014

    This was a very lovely book, the writing in it was great. The authors illustrates where out of this world. The characters were realistic and the plot was interesting. The beginning of this book was very good for me, then I got lost and bored but it picked back up and it was a repeat. To much information for me which isn’t a bad thing if you like this kind of thing. The author put a lot in to this book, it was well written and the flow was nice. You'll fall in love with Emma, laugh with Jez, and want to slap Michael for the stupid choices he makes. There are so many tragedies and personal struggles, grief and lies. Churches can be to controlling and you will find in this book they are. We all have to have something to believe in to make life worth wild. Arranged marriages are never easy but when a church arranges them according to the alignment of the stars at the time of the bride's birth it is a little weird. It is hard to believe a church can have so much power and control. I find it believable this happens still in our country today. Maybe not to this level but it does. I give this book a 4 star due to the writing style and illustrates. I could have done with less information, for me it just makes the mind wonder for a little while. I do believe this author will go far in her writing but for me this book just didn’t do it. I got lost to many times. Sorry.
  • Silencing Joy on Feb. 25, 2014

    The author tells a shocking and raw story of today world. It is shame we have come to this, sad but true. It’s a disturbing and emotionally charged book, with drugs and human trafficking, that the author put a lot of thought and time into. This book had me on the edge of my seat wondering where it would lead. As you read this book you wonder who you can trust and who you need to stay away from. This story was on the dark side, when I read something of this nature I prefer it be true but it was a good read, with lots of twist and turns. The author will have you on the edge hanging on, wondering where she will take you next. It is a very fast paced with characters that make you happy you are home in your safe house with the biggest worry you have is how to pay your bills. This book will keep you entertain all the way through to the end. This book in action packed and well written, is it believable? Just pick up a newspaper I am sure you will find something of this nature in it. Pick up a true crime and I know you will find something very close to this book.