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Hard To Fall – A Good Read

Marquita Valentine writes some really nice romances and her books honestly have never disappointed me. She’s one of the few writers in my repeat list with good plots, narration that has kept me captivated and interested.

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Take The Fall is another of her charming series as she reunites hard-working firefighter Hayden Walker with his one unforgettable passionate encounter Saylor Dean in her new title “Hard To Fall”. A night of passion and a marriage that Hayden doesn’t remember and a truth that Saylor needs to bring to light considering Hayden’s political family and her secret of being an illegitimate daughter of a political rival.

Down to earth, quirky, and so very real characters make “Hard To Fall” a warm hearted read as Hayden tries to stay away from the pressures of getting into politics and keeping Saylor right next to him, a reality that he wants to make it permanent. And Saylor with her secret millions, a celebrity background and add in a touch of her nerdy self, you’ve got a sweet, emotional and heartwarming love story.

I liked the way Marquita Valentine gives detail to the supporting characters, the foundation of family relations, and the scope of support and care. Her depth of characterization of Hayden and Saylor as the young couple trying to make a life albeit the family obligations, gives strength and character.

I very well wrote romance that’s worth the read!

Received an ARC from Random House Publishing Group – Loveswept via NetGalley for an honest review.

 

Tracy Wolff’s Ethan Frost is one of the most brilliant fictional characters I’ve read and will re-visited, and will re-visit on a regular basis. There is no man more human or attractive than a guy who has everything yet has nothing as his childhood creates his personality, he strives to create his destiny and wants to possess the one and only love he had ever had or wanted.

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I want to let the readers know that you definitely want to read Ethan Frost in sequence – ‘Ruined’, ‘Addicted’ and now ‘Exposed’…and looks like he’s bared himself and laid his entire being to the woman who’s made him become a better person, face his fears and challenge the ones that had ruined her life; His life, his breath and his soul – Chloe Girard.

Looks like Tracy Wolff has finally given Ethan Frost his home. He’s exposed the evil, he’s exposed his feelings and fears, and he’s exposed himself to heartache and separation, yet he’s finally managed to put his trust in the one woman he believed in. Chloe has been through a hell of pain and trauma that she wants to put behind her and move on with Ethan towards a new future. But Ethan can’t seem to let go of the bad that needs to be brought to justice.

A brilliant narration by Tracy Wolff as she takes her readers on an emotional coaster of pain and fear, danger and evil, betrayal and surprise and lots of passion and love, as Chloe and Ethan finally find themselves standing together, with each other.

Received an ARC from Random House Publishing Group – Loveswept, via NetGalley for an honest review.

Talk of a book that really stands out!!! And talk of an author I’ve read for the first time, and am enthralled by her narration. Emily March will be one of the regular authors of my list – her Eternity Springs Novel; “Teardrop Lane” is a brilliant love story of two wonderful people who never believed that they would end up with a life with each other, along with a readymade family.

Dr. Rose Anderson as the town physician, is used to taking care of people and caring for things that happen, always with a smile and a kind word, despite enduring a past that had left scars; scars and heartbreak that keeps her away from marriage and children. But fate seems to have a different path for her, a path with the sexy artist Hunt Cicero making her pulse hum and heart beat with hope.

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The bachelor days for Hunt Cicero seem to have ended when he’s trusted with the guardianship of his sister’s children. With not a maternal bone in his body, when Rose gets entwined into his life, he needs to take a step back and evaluate his issues of commitment and making room for a readymade family.

This is just not a love story of Hunt and Rose and their happily eve after. “Teardrop Lane” is a story of adults and children reconciling to traumatic events that have brought them together. It is the story of a town that watches for their own and support through hard times. It is the story of two wonderful people going through the joys of finding love, of gaining some and losing some, of relationships and family support and rising above frightening situations with faith and hope.

“Teardrop Lane” emphasizes the strength of trust, love and belief as Hunt and Rose walk with each other, trying to make a future with each other. Emily March does an outstanding job with Hunt and Rose, with so many layers to their characters, discovering their own depth of courage, understanding and patience, as they face each day, pealing one layer at a time.

Received an ARC from Random Publishing House Group – Ballantine via NetGalley for an honest review.

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