5 Reasons to read Game Changer

If you’ve already read my new book, Game Changer, then Thank You! If you haven’t, I brainstormed five reasons to get your copy and read it immediately. Hold onto your britches, because I know you’re excited to read these. Here you go.

Reason #1 – You’ll lose weight!!!

scaleGame Changer is a good substitute for food that might make you fat. Oh my! I said the F word. Sorry. 2 F words, in fact. Food and fat. Oops. I said them again. Shame on me. But really, this book gives you the sense that you’re eating yummy food like sticky, sweet orange chicken or huckleberry ice cream without all the calories. Who can pass that up? Not me. Just ask the chocolate chip cookies that were on my counter this morning.

Reason #2 – You’ll laugh!!!

laughSorry. I keep screaming each number, but exclamation marks are so cute and fun to use. But you will laugh. A lot. Parker is a hoot. Everything that comes out of his mouth and that he does makes me giggle. He’s one of the MC (main characters), and I love the fun-loving football player.

Reason #3 – You’ll learn everything you wanted to know about football!!!

bal goalHopefully, you don’t want to learn much. But if you need to know that touchdowns are good, and players wear pads and things like that…this is your book! You can’t leave home without it.

Reason #4 – You’ll feel good!!!

goodSince Game Changer is a romance, it ends happily-ever-after. Did you know that EVERY romance has to end happy…or it’s not a romance? Go figure. So Tess of d’Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy is NOT a romance, even though one part of it had a romantic element. It ends tragic, so no-go to the romance genre. Sorry, Mr. Hardy. Game Changer definitely ends happy though, and you might even laugh. (see #2)

Reason #5 – Because I told you so!!!

Because I said so!That’s the MOM in me coming out. Sorry. But like I tell my kids all the time, that’s a good enough reason. So I’m leaving it here as my final reason. That’s usually what happens with the kids too when I’m too tired to come up with more reasons.

There you go. Five awesome reasons to read Game Changer this week. Maybe even today! Don’t weight. Ooops. I mean don’t wait! But if you go with Reason #1, the don’t weight works too.

bigbingereading2Also, if you love to read series books, here’s a great site I just found that promotes series books all on one page (in different genres). Some of these are discounted right now or even free. My first set of suspenseful romance (Bending Willow Trilogy) is on there at discounted rates. So check it out and enter the giveaway. Who knows? Maybe you’ll win.

Happy Reading!

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A Fine Gentleman

bookOkay, this title might sound boring, but the book is anything but! And I’m not talking about the type of pork butts that my husband smokes up outside. I’m just saying (in a long round-about way) that this book is incredibly awesome. It’s one that made me smile the whole way through as characters became friends, and their trials and triumphs became mine as well.

Let me first give you the riveting blurb for A Fine Gentleman so you know it’s anything but boring. Continue reading

Kept Secrets

kept-secrets-blog-tour-bannerI’ve had quite a bit of down time due to my hip surgery last week. Four days in the hospital, and I felt I needed every second of that healing time. I don’t think I read once while I was in there, and even in the preceding days at home after, I’ve been too uncomfortable to do anything but feel sorry for myself. My own personal pity party.

But it’s over now–for the most part. Day by day my body is healing and I am beginning to want to read again. This latest book–Kept Secrets–was pretty intense. I couldn’t put it down once I started it. Continue reading

A Place for Miss Snow

A Place for Miss Snow BannerTime for another book review. Another one by Jennifer Moore, one of my favorite authors. This story comes to you from the Greek islands in the Regency time period.

Teaser:

Miss Diana Snow is a chaperone for a younger girl as they vacation to Greece. When a charming man named Alexandros barges in on their outdoor luncheon to chat with them and gain introductions, and then just as mysteriously disappears, she can’t stop thinking about him. Continue reading