Saturday, June 29, 2019

Donovan (3 book series)

Hard Science Fiction from W. Michael Gear

My Review of Where The Wind Blows

An Interracial Romance by Simone Beaudelaire

If you love music, teaching, performing, and romance novels, then this is the book for you!

Where The Wind Blows: A Contemporary Interracial RomanceWhere The Wind Blows: A Contemporary Interracial Romance by Simone Beaudelaire
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

*A Sweet Romance for Music Lovers!*

This was a lovely romance between two musicians. It gives insight to the world of teachers and students while showing the hard work of vocalists pursuing their love of performing. It is real and down-to-earth.

The complex relationships are interesting. They are what really make this tale for me. Simone did a great job of addressing some tough topics. I, also, enjoyed the irony found in Brooke's and her sister's relationships with their father. No spoilers, so you will have to find out for yourself what I mean!

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JANUARY by Jude Ouvrard

JANUARY (Calendar Gal Book 1)

January Parker isn’t like everyone else her age. She prefers to get lost in her books rather than a party and booze. 
Unable to let go of her longtime crush, Evan Keeler, she is surprised when she agrees to go on a date with Luke Weston. 
The moment she lets herself move on with Luke to try something new, Evan reappears out of nowhere with her twin brother, Fynn. 
Both returning from an overseas deployment, January isn’t ready to face what’s coming her way. 
Temptation, flirting and everything that comes with it, January gets lost into Evan’s eyes and falls for him harder even though he made no promises. 
Deployment after deployment, it doesn’t get easier, years have gone by and she is still waiting for Evan to return and be with her. 
How much can she take before giving up on him? If that’s even possible.