“Unbreak My Heart” by Kashinda T. Marche
I have mixed feelings about this book. I really loved the story. Great storyline and written okay. The characters were real just like the main point of the story. The conversations with the characters were real. I really enjoyed how they always had hope. Great reminder that we may fall, may give up at times, but don’t let it stop you.
The only thing that gave me pause was the repetition. It kind of threw me because I hate a lot of repetition. Other than that it was a good book.
Overall Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
“Believing In Magic” by Cookie Johnson
So I finally sat down to read this book. I was very hesitant because most of the time I can’t finish them. This one, pleasantly surprised me.
I always wanted to know her thoughts when Magic told her the news. This was very enlightening indeed. To hear their story was interesting. What I liked is that it was an easy read. It was as if she was having a conversation with you. Major plus.
What kinda irritated me was the bouncing all over the timeline. One minute we be in 2001, then we’re back to 1991. Some errors, but not enough to distract the reader.
Overall a pretty good book.
“Gravity” by Shani Greene-Dowdell
I enjoyed this short read. Out pulled on my heart strings. Because it was a short read it moved fast. Which is okay for my limited time.
I would love to read this storyline as a full novel or series. The questions I have!!! LOL Overall, good job!
“Undisclosed Desire 3” by Falon Gold
The third installment of the series was pretty good. I was really looking forward to see what Cameron was really about. He seemed very interesting meeting him in book two. I was also wondering how the author was so this one differently than the other two. When I tell you she did that, she did that!!!!!
When Cameron reveled his plan and contact my mouth hit the floor. That was very new. At least for me. I enjoyed how show wove this story. She made both characters very stubborn and it added humor to the story. I absolutely loved how we knew what Amari conscience was saying throughout the book. Our conscience typically plays an important roll in the decisions we make daily. So to be able to distinguish her thoughts from the conscience thoughts were nice to see.
This book showed you that people can change, but they have to want it. A great life lesson. She also showed that you can’t force love. Great job on adding the life lessons.
Overall it was a well told story that flowed great with the first two books.
Overall Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
“Loving Montie” by Shani Greene-Dowdell
Hopefully you have read the first three “Breathless” books in the series. If not, you should, you’re missing out. Although this book is about Montie who is Destiny’s ex-husband, all the characters we love or love to hate is back in this one!!! First let me say this, I’m soooo glad Montie found love!!!!! While he wasn’t my favorite person, he wasn’t a bad person. This book dug deep into Montie and showed you he really is. Love really makes people go out their way. For me, Montie went above and beyond to please Destiny. While, personally, I think Destiny asked for WAY too much of Monte.
Shani took us back to “Secrets of a Kept Woman”. Monte’s new love interest, Lissa, comes forward in this book. We also get to see Shayla too. Of course nothing is ever that simple. Justine is in the picture too and continues to wreck havoc for all involved. I was glad Montie was able to push past her issues and the issues with Destiny and move on. He didn’t get weak (at least not yet) and go back to Destiny and all her issues.
Overall this book was an excellent read. A great continuation of the “Breathless” series. For me it was a fast read. Characters were real and showed great emotions. Shani continues to get better. Great job Shani!!
Overall Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
“Earned By The Billionaire” by Shani Greene-Dowdell
This book is a standalone with Nayberry Publications. I was excited to finally sit down and read this book. I thoroughly enjoyed reading about Kayla and Rusty. Rusty surprised me a lot. I found a lot of myself in Kayla. I love the spunk and drive she has. It was a very exciting read. Shall did an excellent job in bringing the characters and story to life. While I’m glad it was a standalone, somehow I want to know more about Pam. Want her to find love. I enjoyed the read. Great job Shani!!!
“Red Room” by India Norflet
This book is fire! I enjoyed it from start to finish. The characters came to life which is always important. It wasn’t as predictable as some. I loved that I didn’t know who she would end up. I know who I wanted. I nice fast read. I was done in a couple of hours. Great read! ⭐ ⭐⭐🌟⭐
“Undisclosed Desire” by Falon Gold
I read each book in a day. Both books had some good points and a few bad ones. Both I can visualize as movies.
I really enjoyed this book. This book has all the things a good romance billionaire novel should have. I enjoyed getting to know the characters. I saw myself in Malisa’s shoes (minus the triplets LOL). Yes, big brother and all. What made this stand out was the humor that also laced the pages. I found myself roaring in laughter as if I was sitting there in Mama O’s house. There no doubt the author put time into making her characters look and feel real. Slightly predictable ending, but a few turns tip get there. Great book and didn’t take long to read.
While this book had a lot of the same humor and love. It was a bit more serious. Yes, I laughed and cried work them too. I could feel the pain. I understood the loss and anger. Ending a bit less predictable. Overall a good book as well.
by Shani Greene-Dowdell
I absolutely love this book! Okay, I loved all three of them. Shani developed the final book in the series very well. I really enjoyed reading what happened with Jacob, Destiny, Clara and John. Even though, no matter what happens, I probably won’t care for Justine or Tammy, but I’d like to see how their lives turned out, as well as Tasha. I’m going to need Tasha to find the one! The story was well written and has some VERY spicy scenes in it as well. They’ll have you on fire too! One thing that I enjoyed was how Montie grew since having that discussion in book two. It’s only right for him to keep his pride in check, but he actually did it with some class in book three. Thanks for that. Overall all, a great read. A fast read that will have you going from the first page.
Great job Shani! Thanks for sharing your talent!!!!!