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Three Weeks Away…

Hi Everyone,

Yesterday, I asked you which soon to be released books were you excited to curl up with and read. This Fall, there will be several new releases. The main one that I am excited about will be released exactly three weeks from today! Yay!

As you may know, I love the Countermeasure Series written by Chris Almeida and Cecilia Aubrey. Their Romantic Suspense series is jam-packed with intrigue, kick-butt heroes and heroines, and true love. The third novel, Alternate Connection, is being released on October 6th! Right now, it is available for pre-order at a special discounted price.

21 days until Alternate Connection

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Forgotten Book Challenge

Hi Everyone,

This week’s Forgotten Book Challenge is a Christian Fiction book that came on my Nook. I never read it and forgot about it completely.



By: Laurraine Snelling
(Dakota Treasures #1)

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Jessica Bowers Review #5

Friends With Partial Benefits
By Luke Young

Jillian Grayson is a beautiful wealthy woman in her late thirties that made her fortune writing erotic romance novels. Her son Rob Grayson and his best friend Brian Nash come home from college for spring break, and spend their time living it up in Jillian’s mansion. At first sight Brian is in total awe at Rob’s gorgeous mom lying out by the pool in what is considered a bathing suit in Florida. Really, she may as well have laid out naked. Rob spends most of his spring break at his girlfriends, in her bedroom, with the door locked.
While Jillian and Brian find out they have much more in common than they expected. They are both so in love with tennis they spend their first whole day just talking tennis and planning to spend as much time on the court as they can squeeze into one week. Things start to get hot and heavy while they play tennis. If someone were listening to the moans and groans coming from the court they would think there was more than just tennis being played. Jillian and Brian are scared of what is happening between them and don’t know where to go with it. That’s where the “friends with partial benefits” comes in.
This is a sweet, funny, romantic, and highly sexual love story. The details are explicit from the description of characters to the love making. It was incredibly hard to put down. The chapters are short, giving you the chance to get the point quickly. I enjoyed how it jumped back and forth from one character to the next giving you everyone’s point of view. A very well written novel easy to follow. I can’t wait to read the rest of this series.

Jessica Bowers
This book was free for Kindle on Amazon.com

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Jessica Bowers Review #4

Not What She Seems
By Victorine E. Lieske

This exciting story of a woman on the run from her terrible abusive past will have you on the edge of your seat. Emily Grant and her four year old son, Connor, are trying their best to keep the past behind them. She is currently on the run until she meets a wonderful, handsome, caring, man named Ethan, actually the billionaire Steven Ashton, and she begins to fall in love. When she realizes who he really is she devises a plan to get money from him so she can disappear for good. But things don’t turn out the way they are planned. Steven refuses to let her get away once he starts to piece things together, he is determined to do whatever it takes to help Emily and Connor so they can live a normal life.
The story has many twists and turns, giving you the opportunity to guess where it’s going to go next and surprising you with every page turn. The chapters are short, making it an easy read. I really enjoyed reading this book and trying to come to my own conclusion using the clues given before the author reveals the truth. The story is very well written and the descriptions are amazing keeping you in the story and helping you connect with each character. If you love plot twists and excitement this is a great book for you.

Jessica Bowers

This ebook was free for Kindle on Amazon.com

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Jessica Bowers Review #3

Kiss Me, Chloe
By Linda George
Book 1 of the Kiss Me Series

“Kiss Me, Chloe” is a sweet story about finding true love when you least expect it. When the lives of Chloe Llewellyn and Kyle Stanton fall apart they decide to go out and search for the things they want in their lives. Chloe from Houston, Texas is done waiting for her high school sweetheart Greg to get his “big promotion” at work and finally decide to marry her and make a family. Greg is too busy, working long hours and not spending any time with Chloe, to even think about marriage. After he has pushed back their engagement more times than a woman should allow she decides to pack her bags and hit the road. She finds herself headed towards the mountains of Colorado. She meets Kyle Stanton on her trip while in a restaurant having dinner. Kyle is a trucker from Colorado, on his way to Ouray, Colorado for his monthly stay with his aunt Byrdie. He invites Chloe to come stay at his aunt Byrdie’s B&B for the Fourth of July weekend. When she arrives she is in awe of the beauty of Ouray. Everything is so perfect, too perfect, even Kyle the handsome trucker who has offered to make her stay the best weekend of her life. Kyle has also been pushed aside by his ex-girlfriend choosing her career over having a family. When Kyle and Chloe go out on the town to see the sights they begin to realize that there may be a reason they were brought together. Chloe tries to fight the feelings she is developing for the trucker, while Kyle grabs life by the horns and goes for the ride. Not afraid of anything, Kyle is ready to show Chloe there is someone for everyone you just have to look in the right direction.
This book was so enchanting the way these two are brought together and the trials they are put through to show them it is meant to be. The author really depicted a picture with her words, describing the wonderful views of Ouray, and the wonderful people that the characters came to know. It is a romantic story with realistic views on true love and how two people can be brought together by destiny. This book had me pulled in from the first page. The story is silly at the right moment and will have you rooting for Kyle to win Chloe’s heart. “Kiss Me, Chloe” is a must read for anyone who believes in true love.

This book was free on Amazon.com

~Jessica Bowers

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