Pamela Foreman


Pamela Foreman is a wife of fifteen years to her high school sweetheart and the mother of four children. Having grown up in Texas, Pamela currently lives in central Virginia. Pamela received her master’s degree in accounting from Liberty University and is an avid reader. She enjoys sewing, crocheting, knitting and scrapbooking when she is not involved with her children’s activities and spending time with her husband. You’re Right, My Love is her first book.

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Not Again, My Love
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 121,980. Language: English. Published: February 2, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Adult
David and Annette are newly married, combining two families together. Seven children only equal problems. An unfortunate accident and all the hopes and dreams for one child faded quickly. A second child chooses the wrong path in life while another child reveals his feelings for two women. And then the ultimate shock which will affect all nine family members.
You're Right, My Love
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 86,190. Language: English. Published: March 29, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Romance » General
David and Annette are two people who have lost their spouses to unexpected deaths. They face the challenge of learning how to deal with grief and learn to love again. Their children fight their new relationship, destined to keep their lives the same. Will their relationship prevail or drive both into deeper depression?

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cancer    children    death    depression    marrige    remarriage    romance   

Smashwords book reviews by Pamela Foreman

  • Mocked by Faith (Mocked Series #2) on Feb. 09, 2013

    How did you meet the man or woman of your dreams? Did you meet your future spouse on a date or in school? What if you never met your future spouse until they were walking down the aisle? This was exactly how Alexia and Justin met -- standing at the altar to take their marriage vows. In Alexia and Justin's community, prearranged marriages are the normal way for couples to get together. Fortunately, most girls and boys know who they will marry by the time they are sixteen. The parents agree, sign a contract and at eighteen, the lucky couple is married. For Alexia, it wasn't until she was eighteen a mate was found and he lived in another country! I thoroughly enjoyed this book by Michele Richard. It was well-written, kept me engrossed and I didn't want to put the book down! The way it was written and the way the story line went, I never knew what to expect and it certainly didn't end the way I imagined. Actually, with the way the book ended, I will definitely purchase the next book to see what happens! I felt the book captured what it might be like to feel like an outcast, shunned by others because of your actions and how difficult it is to regain the trust of others. Very well worth checking it out! This book receives 5 out of 5 stars!
  • Blood Slave on March 01, 2013

    Warning: This book contains adult language and adult subjects including sexual encounters slightly graphic in nature. This book is intended for adults 18 and over. The Nightlife: Blood Slave by Thomas Luedke is a wonderfully written book grabbing you from the first page all the way to the last. I will admit, the first few pages were rough to get through, but they set up the adventure which awaits the reader. We are introduced to Hope who is a “twenty-two year old Colombian escort” and thrown into her lifestyle of being an escort. We see the violent side to her job and how Hope only wishes she could get out of her job she had been assigned to for a lifetime. It isn’t long before she is whisked away unexpectedly by one of her customers where she meets Enrique and quickly becomes his blood slave. The story is captivating, fast paced and holds your attention the entire way through. I liked the fact the story didn’t end as I was expecting, in fact, none of the chapters ended as I thought they would. We see how a person can be thought of as nothing more than a piece of meat to be used and abused as much as the person wanted to a life of happiness and fairness for a person in need of hope. As a warning, the language is intense, the sexual encounters are graphic, but the story line is fantastic. For this type of story, the words and illustrations only help pull you in to Hope’s life. In the end, you are rooting for her to make it and become the person she wants to be. This is a book I would definitely read again and would read more from this author as well. This book receives 5 out of 5 stars!