When It Feels So Right

When It Feels So Right

Celeste O Norfleet

Rating 4

Past vs. Future

Celeste Norfleet writes a story about an exciting family who goes to the limits to protect each other. However, love will put everyone to the test.

Joanna Butler has been given the task of ghostwriting a memoir for a powerful family. A family that goes the limits to keep their past where it is buried in the family’s home but what no one has realized was love had brought this story out so when Jacob Buchanan decides to let the story be told the family thought it was another one of his not so sane moments. That is when they send in their PR media specialist none other than Andre Buchanan the family front man. Andre will stop at nothing to protect his family but when everything he dishes out backfires on him and he finds himself opening up but not before everything, he has set in motion before his discovery returns and finds him with a decision of love or family.

Celeste takes us on an adventure of Alaska introducing us to things that make the reader want to go visit for their selves to see if it is actually there. I would love to hear more about the Buchanan family.

Published in: on August 19, 2010 at 10:06 pm  Leave a Comment  
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Safe in His Embrace

Safe in His Embrace

Candice Poarch

Rating 4

Running from You

Candice Poarch writes a sensual story that teaches us how far someone goes to protect their heart and to protect their life but our hearts cannot be protected from true love.

Senetra Blain has been on the run from her ex-husband who has been able to avoid any type of punishments from the various abuses he has put her through. Force to go to a place where he would not think to look for her she is force to reconstruct her life to the point to where she does not even make contact with her mother directly. Senetra recreates whom she is to name herself Regina Novak but when she meets someone who is close to her home state she finds herself retreating but not before, she finds herself curious about him and with that little bit of curiosity he breaks through the wall she has put around her heart. He gets there slowly but surely and soon they are dating but not before he makes the mistake of blurting out her real name during a weekend getaway that sends her running for her life thinking that her ex-husband has found her. Alex Wilson sees Senetra and knows who she is but decides for whatever reason she is living in Alaska as Regina he would wait for her to feel close enough to him to provide the information. He has gradually fallen in love with her but a moment in bliss leads to him giving away what he knows and it puts her on the defensive leaving him with the time of his life on his hands getting her to believe him and trying to win her back. While Alex and Senetra are dealing with their problems and trying to reach beyond a point that can lead them to a happy life Senetra mother is trying to reach her without avail to get her information that can possible bring her back home. Not before, she opens up a lifeline that provides extra opportunity for Senetra to learn how to love again.

Candice Poarch writes an excellent story that teaches us that learning to love is something that is hard once it has been broken. I love how Candice bridges families together and bring them back to become one and how she takes us on a visual tour of Alaska.

Published in: on August 19, 2010 at 9:54 pm  Leave a Comment  
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