Tapestry Blog Tour


Hello! On this blog tour, I am collaborating with Anne Carter and with Random Things Tour to highlight Tapestry by Beth Duke.

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Synopsis: Twenty-one-year-old Skye Willis lives in Eufaula, Alabama, a tourist mecca of stately homes and
world-class bass fishing. Her childhood friends are either stuck at dead ends or have moved on to
accomplish Big Things.
Skye’s grandmother, Verna, insists on being called “Sparrow” because she suspects her
ancestors were Muscogee Creek. She dresses in faux deerskin and experiments with ancient
Native American recipes, offering a myth or legend to anyone who will listen.
Skye has no idea what to do with her life. She’s smart as hell, but she has no faith or knowledge
there’s something out there she was “born to do.” Nor does she know much of anything about her
father, who died in Afghanistan when she was a toddler. He and his family are a mystery her
mother won’t discuss. But when Sparrow sets out to confirm her Creek ancestry through genetic
testing, Skye joins in. The results hit like a DNA bomb, launching them both on a path filled with
surprises and life-changing events. Skye learns a harder truth than she ever expected.
Alternating chapters between Skye’s Alabama life and an intertwining tale of greed, deceit, and
control in Texas, this story offers proof that all life is a woven tapestry of past, present, and future.

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Beth Dial Duke is an Amazon #1 Best Selling author and the recipient of short story awards on two
She is eyeing the other five.
Beth lives in the mountains of her native Alabama with her husband, one real dog, one ornamental
dog, and a flock of fluffy pet chickens.
She loves reading, writing, and not arithmetic.
Baking is a hobby, with semi-pro cupcakes and amateur macarons a specialty.
And puns—the worse, the better.
Travel is her other favorite thing, along with joining book clubs for discussion. Please invite her to
London…England or Kentucky, either is fine. Anywhere!

Twitter: https://twitter.com/bethidee

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/onlythebethforyou/

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Beth-Duke/e/B006EAMBFW%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/51131239-tapestry?ac=1&from_search=true&qid=ocmTr4YlN5&rank=1

Review: This is one of those stories that came at the precise time for me. With everything going on, I wish I could be closer to my family but even through the distance, we are checking on each other constantly. It’s very moving to read a story about family, the connections we have together, the memories we have all created with each other. I enjoy any story that emphasize the importance of family and the characters felt so realistic too. If you appreciate stories that involve family, history and ancestry then this is the book you should pick up. There also a few aspect of the story I wanted to highlight as they were my favorites such as the characters, the overall story, the importance of culture as well. Also, Skye’s relationship with her grandma made me reflect on the memories I have with my grandma and how much I wish she lived closer to me. The writing was also that made me love the story even more, the scenes felt so realistic and authentic. I hope you all check out this book too!









Holiday on Park Review

Hello! It’s been a while since I posted a review. The current situation, I have been unable to focus on reading as much I want to. However, I picked up this novelette, it was so nice to read a novelette that distracted me from everything. I began to read Holiday on Park by Racquel Henry. I met Racquel a few years ago through the online writing community that she has created through Writer’s Atelier. I got to excited to read a novelette that was set around the Christmas holiday because it’s my favorite holiday. Plus, it is also set in Orlando, it’s pretty cool to read a book that is also set where you live.


Synopsis: Juliet Washington left Orlando for LA five years ago to forget Ivan Underwood. When her company buys Ivan’s magazine, she’s forced back home to handle the transition—and what’s worse, she must work closely with Ivan. Now more than ever she’s determined not to let him get too close—he already broke her heart once.

After magazine editor, Ivan Underwood’s boss informs him of a new parent company takeover, he never in a million years imagined the person handling the transition would be none other than Juliet Washington—the one that got away. At first, Ivan is looking for answers to the question that’s been plaguing his mind forever:

Why did Juliet leave? But the more they interact, the more old feelings resurface, leaving Ivan even more puzzled. Does Juliet feel it too?For fans of Hallmark Christmas movies!

Note: This is a sweet romance novelette, not a full length novel.


Author Links:
Twitter: https://twitter.com/RacquelHenry
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/racquelhenry/
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Holiday-Park-Racquel-Henry-ebook/dp/B081J96QNY/ref=sr_1_1?crid=HO8KSBZ3PLRD&keywords=holiday+on+park&qid=1585237622&sprefix=holiday+on+park+%2Caps%2C176&sr=8-1
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/48805408-holiday-on-park



Review: This was such a lovely read for me. I really enjoyed the setting behind during Christmas in Orlando, it felt very magical. I also wanted to highlight the aspects I loved the most about the story. First, I LOVED the dual POV, it made the story flow so amazingly, plus it’s very nice to read how both characters feel in their situation. Juliet’s relationship with her Mom is one thing I really loved, it reminds me of the relationship I have with my Mom as well. I also really loved the chemistry between Juliet and Ivan as the story progresses, you want to cheer them on so they reconcile.

Being that I live in Orlando, I want to see stories set in here especially knowing the locations around town. I can’t wait to go to Winter Park and take pictures with the book in the locations that are mentioned in the novelette. I can visualize both of the characters in those locations there, it felt like a movie. I hope we get more writing from Racquel because she’s such an excellent writer, I would love to read more romance stories from her.

I hope you all check out this novelette, it was worth the read.




Containment Blog Tour

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Hello all! This blog post is coming a little later as I have been getting sick the past few days 😦 Today I am collaborating on the Containment Blog Tour

Containment Cover


Synopsis: Detective Constable Sam Shepard knows first-hand the desperation of the scavengers- she’s got the scars to prove it. Plus a skull in the sand. And a body pulled from the ocean. The undercurrents from one morning’s madness are far-reaching. Who else will be caught in the backwash? Can Sam stem the tide?

“This is a 300+ page cracker of a contemporary crime fiction novel set in and around Dunedin … A compelling whodunnit with all the usual twists and turns so loved by readers of the crime fiction genre… “



Author Links:

Instagram: https://instagram.com/vandasymon?igshid=uxnsjwm7o6g7

Twitter: https://twitter.com/vandasymon/

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/895593.Vanda_Symon

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Containment-Sam-Shephard-Vanda-Symon-ebook/dp/B07XSC4QS2/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1DFFXSOD0ITFZ&keywords=containment+vanda+symon&qid=1583248469&sprefix=containment+vanda+%2Caps%2C199&sr=8-1

B&N: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/containment-vanda-symon/1019340321?ean=9781913193195

Review: A body being discovered in Dunedin beach, at first glance it seems that it was submerged. However, more assistance will be needed to be able to get finger prints from the body. The death could be linked to a container ship on the Aramoana coast. The grounding has started riots by the citizens. Through Containment, we are able to see Symon’s writing great characters and one of a kind settings. I enjoyed the reading a lot, I hope you do too.

See you all next time!


Opposite of Falling Apart Blog Tour

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Hello all! Today I am collaborating with the Fantastic Flying Book Club for another book tour. I am very grateful for the opportunity to be a part of it. You can click on the banner to follow the rest of the blog tour dates.

The Opposite of Falling Apart by Micah Good

Publisher: Wattpad Books

Release Date: February 25th 2020

Genre: Young Adult, Fiction, Contemporary

Synopsis:After losing his leg in a terrible car accident, Jonas Avery can’t wait to start over and go to college.Brennan Davis would like nothing more than to stay home and go to school, so she can keep her anxiety in check.When the two accidentally meet the summerbefore they move away, they’ll push each other to come to terms with what’s holding them back, even as they’re pulled closer to taking the biggest leap of all—falling in love.The Opposite of Falling Apart has more than 2.1 million reads on Wattpad.

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Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/45734867-the-opposite-of-falling-apart

Amazon: https://amzn.to/2PlOVsQ

B&N: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-opposite-of-falling-apart-micah-good/1131555807?ean=9781989365069#/

Bookdepository: https://www.bookdepository.com/Opposite-Falling-Apart-Micah-Good/9781989365069?ref=grid-view&qid=1575839674167&sr=1-2

Google Books: https://books.google.co.uk/books/about/The_Opposite_of_Falling_Apart.html?id=dgN5xQEACAAJ&redir_esc=y


AUTHOR INFORMATION: Micah Good has been writing since middle school. She’s been writing stories on Wattpad since the summer before her freshman year of college. Her stories have been featured, won a Watty, and she was invited to participate in Wattpad’s Paid Stories program. She currently lives in the midwestern United States, where she is pursuing a career in nursing. She loves dogs, naps and getting lost in a book.


Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/18534337.Micah_Good

Twitter: https://twitter.com/micahintrepid

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/micahintrepid/

Wattpad: https://www.wattpad.com/user/titanically-TOUR SCHEDULE


I love more than anything that I get to experience a range of emotions while reading this book. I laughed and cried as the story progressed. I am glad the story covers topics such as anxiety as PTSD as I feel the topics aren’t talked about as often as they should. While reading, we can feel a little frustration towards the way Brennan is but we don’t realize that is exactly how anyone with anxiety and PTSD reacts or lives their everyday life. At first glance, it can be complicated or hard to understand the behavior if you have not experienced it. However, to anyone that has experienced it, they can totally feel a connection to the character or see a reflection of themselves. I also like Brennan and Jonas’ relationship as I felt it developed slowly which can be realistic for most people. Overall, the book is really cute and I am glad it covers those topics mentioned as well. I hope you all enjoy it as well, see you all next time!




Red Hood Blog Tour


Hi! First, I wanted to thank the Fantastic Flying Book Club for hosting this blog tour and including me in it. You can click on the banner to follow along the rest of the blog tour.

Red Hood by Elana K. Arnold

Publisher: Balzer + Bray

Release Date: February 25th 2020

Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Retellings, Fairy Tales

Synopsis: You are alone in the woods, seen only by the unblinking yellow moon. Your hands are empty. You are nearly naked.And the wolf is angry.Since her grandmother became her caretaker when she was four years old, Bisou Martel has lived a quiet life in a little house in Seattle. She’s kept mostly to herself. She’s been good. But then comes the night of homecoming, when she finds herself running for her life over roots and between trees, a fury of claws and teeth behind her. A wolf attacks. Bisou fights back. A new moonrises. And with it, questions. About the blood in Bisou’s past and on her hands as she stumbles home. About broken boys and vicious wolves. About girls lost in the woods—frightened, but not alone.Elana K. Arnold, National Book Award finalist and author of the Printz Honor book Damsel, returns with a dark, engrossing, blood-drenched tale of the familiar threats to female power—and one girl’s journey to regain it.



Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/43721070-red-hood

Amazon: https://amzn.to/32Ip5Us

B&N: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/red-hood-elana-k-arnold/1130335629

iTunes: https://books.apple.com/us/book/red-hood/id1465581675

Bookdepository: https://www.bookdepository.com/Red-Hood-Elana-K-Arnold/9780062742353?ref=grid-view&qid=1573657505950&sr=1-1

Kobo: https://www.kobo.com/nz/en/ebook/red-hood-3

Google Books: https://books.google.co.uk/books/about/Red_Hood.html?id=W-i4xQEACAAJ&redir_esc=y

ELANA K. ARNOLD is the author of critically acclaimed and award-winning young adult novels and children’s books, including the Printz Honor winner Damsel, the National Book Award finalist What Girls Are Made Of, and Global Read Aloud selection A Boy Called Bat and its sequels. Several of her books are Junior Library Guild selections and have appeared on many best book lists, including the Amelia Bloomer Project, a catalog of feminist titles for young readers. Elana teaches in Hamline University’s MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults program and lives in Southern California with her family and menagerie of pets.


Website: http://elanakarnold.com/

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5772357.Elana_K_Arnold

Twitter: https://twitter.com/elanakarnold

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ElanaKArnold/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elanakarnold/

GIVEAWAY Prize: Win a copy of RED HOOD by Elana K. Arnold (US Only)
Starts: 18thFebruary 2020
Ends: 3rdMarch 2020

Review: First thing I enjoyed from Bisou is that she isn’t like Red. She is stronger and very badass, she does fight back. During her school’s Homecoming night, she fights against a wolf and prevails! She fights against this wolf even when her dress is coming off and she still manages to defeat it. I was already in awe of her skills and her strength.

The story is told mostly from Bisou’s point of view then at times it is told from second person POV meaning we are part of the story! While you read it, you begin to feel as if you’re Bisou and telling the story. At first, I wasn’t sure how to feel about it but as I kept reading, I realized how awesome it was to be in the driver’s seat.

My favorite character was her grandmother – Mémé-  as she is very wise. I have two quotes from her I really enjoyed. “It is not your job to make boys happy.” Another one I loved is “Making one mistake does not oblige you to make another in the same direction.”

I do recommend this book especially if you enjoy retellings as the story was intriguing from the beginning. I couldn’t stop reading, I wanted to know what would be happening next. I would like to thank the Fantastic Flying Book Club for hosting this blog tour.







Are You Watching? Review


Hello! Welcome back to my blog! Today, I wanted to discuss Are you Watching? I hope you all enjoy it the way I have, it’s one of those stories that hooked me from the beginning of the read.

Are You Watching Cover

Synopsis: Ten years ago, Jess’s mother was murdered by the Magpie Man.

She was the first of his victims but not the last.

Now Jess is the star of a YouTube reality series and she’s using it to catch the killer once and for all.

The whole world is watching her every move.

And so is the Magpie Man

Review:Jess joins a YouTube reality show called The Eye. The concept of the show is streaming the lives of five different individuals that have interesting stories to tell. Her story begins when he mother was murdered close to her home when Jess was seven. Her mother was the first victim, his count has increased to 12 more victims. Jess wants to use this YouTube show as a platform in order to find him and find justice for her family.

I really love the mysterious atmosphere plus the use of social media throughout the story as it adds a realistic aspect. I also love how fast paced it was and thrilling too. I definitely could not guess the identity of Magpie Man which made me want to keep reading in order to find out. This is was a great read for me, love the thriller and social media aspects that are within the story, it was definitely a page turner for me, I wanted to keep reading.  My favorite quote from Jess was: “Some broken people look fine from the outside, but not my dad. He wears his heartbreak like a second skin, his eyes grey and heavy, his grief shouting over everything else.”

Vincent Ralph Author picAbout The Author

Vincent Ralph has been writing in one form or another since his teens and always dreamed of being a novelist. He owes his love of books to his mother, who encouraged his imagination from an early age and made sure there were new stories to read.

Vincent has lived in London,

Cornwall and Chester but he now

lives in his home county of Kent

with his wife, son and two cats.

Author Links: Twitter

Purchase Links: Goodreads | Amazon | B&N


VaLITines Challenge


Hi all! Today’s post it’s a little different as I am giving you all the first challenge for VaLITines which is a month long Web event! I have been so excited about it especially being involved with it this year! Here is also their Twitter account for more info: https://twitter.com/readVaLITines

Here are the hosts for the event:

• Cait Channel: youtube.com/chaptercviii twitter: twitter.com/chaptercviii

• Sarah channel: https://bit.ly/37nP9XX twitter: twitter.com/Sarah3ddepp

• Leah channel: https://bit.ly/365wMqn twitter: twitter.com/worldofleahjane

• Princess channel: https://bit.ly/2tXFrwN twitter: twitter.com/TheePrincess11

• Brody channel: https://bit.ly/2ZyCdeM twitter: twitter.com/ettubrody

For my blog prompt, I wanted to see all your fictional crushes! Write a post and picture of the fictional character (s) you ship yourself with and why you do!

Write a post about a fictional character you ship yourself with and why


My fictional character crush is none other than Cardan, at first I didn’t like his character when I started the first series. However, after each book, he began to grow on me, I enjoyed his ending in the story too. Now, tell me, who is your fictional crush and why. Watch out for the rest of the blog and bookstagram challenges, my bookstagram is Instagram.com/bookloversbookreviews as I will be doing a bookstagram challenge as well!


VaLITines Challenges


1. OLD LOVE: read an old favorite or a book that brings back fond memories

2. BLACK HISTORY MONTH: read a book written by a Black author

3*. LOVE NOTE: spend at least 30 minutes (over the course of the month) leaving comments on videos, instagram posts, blog posts, etc. of creators that you appreciate

4. THAT’S MY TYPE: read a book either recommended to you or extremely IN your comfort zone (your favorite genre, author, tropes, etc.)

5. FIRST DATE: read an author’s debut

6*. SHOW AND TELL: talk about a favorite book on your social media platform of choice and show it off with a picture

7. SKINNY LOVE: read a book under 200 pages

8. LOVE TRIANGLE: read a book that is part of a trilogy

9. SHARING IS CARING: replace this challenge with any challenge from another readathon taking place in February (one I would recommend is #Blackathon )

10*. BUBBLE BATH: read in a bubble bath (this can be replaced with another comfort activity if you’re not one for baths)

11. LIBRARY LOVER’S MONTH: read a book from the library

12. ONE MAN’S TRASH: read a book that you’ve seen someone HATE or UNHAUL

13*. Simply tag the readathon on twitter or instagram using @readvalitines and use the tag #vaLITines on any social media platform ♥

14. SET UP: read a book recommended to you by someone in your life

15. LONG TIME CRUSH: read a book that you’ve been meaning to get to for a while, but SOMETHING always gets in the way

16. THE NEWLY WEDS: read one of the most recent books added to your TBR

17. MORE TO LOVE: read a book over 400 pages

18. NOT MY TYPE: read a book out of your comfort zone or read a book through a medium out of your comfort zone (audio books, e-book, graphic novel)

19*. TUNE IN: make a short playlist for your favorite book

20. TOKEN OF AFFECTION: read a book that you received as a gift

21. COMMITMENT ISSUES: start or continue a book series

22*. LIFT THEM UP: share at least five creators that you love on the platform of your choosing (we encourage diversity in your recommendation and for your to share creators that are outside your immediate social circle)

23. YOU SEE ME: read a book that you feel represents you in some way

24. SHALLOW: read a book that you definitely bought for the cover

25. PICTURE PERFECT: read a comic book, graphic novel, or picture book

Get a copy of the BINGO Board here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1McrGQKmYhMW4dd28UYCZDo1cJZFRBSrHPLSCm3LnRCw/edit



Finding Mr. Better Than You Review


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Synopsis: Camryn has been dating Marc FOREVER—since freshman year! She dropped out of volleyball to go to all his games, switched her schedule around to be in his favorite class, and has been busting her butt to get into Columbia so they can go to the same college. So when Marc suddenly, and very publically, breaks up with her a week into their senior year so that he can date the new transfer student, she’s absolutely devastated.

But why be sad, when you can get even? Inspired by her favorite movies, Camryn decides that the best revenge is a Senior Year well lived, starring a boy who is ever so much better than her ex. With a little help from her friends, Cam is going to have the Best. Senior. Year. Ever.

Or else!



Book Links: Goodreads | Amazon | B&N | Book Depository |Kobo | iBooks |IndieBound

Giveaway: http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/d9681b86450/?

1 copy of FINDING MR BETTER-THAN-YOU by Shani Petroff


US Only




Author Bio: Shani Petroff is a writer living in New York City. She’s the author of the “Bedeviled” series, which includes Daddy’s Little Angel, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Dress, Careful What You Wish For, and Love Struck, and is the co-author of the “Destined” series which includes Ash and Ultraviolet. She also writes for television news programs and several other venues. When she’s not locked in her apartment typing away, she spends a whole lot of time on books, boys, TV, daydreaming, and shopping online.

Review:  Camryn is in her senior year of school, she’s working towards going to college in the Fall. Suddenly, her boyfriend breaks up with her and now her plans are different. She also needs to work on extracurricular activities to be able to attend the college she’s dreaming of.

I didn’t like how Cam spends her trying to get another boyfriend. However, I enjoyed the book, it was a fun read. I also liked that it was totally a rom com but that we also get aspects of Cam finding who she is , learning about herself. Mainly, we get to see through this story that it’s okay to be who we are. My favorite part of the book has to be that Camryn’s friends and how supportive they are of her and how she is the same for them. The theme of friendships and how they are portrayed in the part was my favorite aspect of this book.











A Degree of Uncertainty Review


Hi all! I am very happy to collaborate with Rachel’s Random Resources on this blog tour, I have been looking forward to doing more blog tours this year.

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Purchase Links

UK – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Degree-Uncertainty-Nicola-Smith-ebook/dp/B0825Y8PTS

US – https://www.amazon.com/Degree-Uncertainty-Nicola-Smith-ebook/dp/B0825Y8PTS

A Degree front cover

Synopsis: ‘There had been a time when a steady stream of locals walked the streets to attend Sunday morning services, but numbers had dwindled as residents moved out of the town and students moved in, a sort of social osmosis. Harry looked around him, hoping he would see a group of elderly worshippers maintaining the proper order of things. No one came.’

Tensions are rising in the West Cornwall town of Poltowan…

Harry Manchester will not stand by and see his beloved hometown turned into a student ghetto — and many residents and students are relying on him.

But Harry’s stance sets him on a collision course with Dawn Goldberg, formidable Vice Chancellor of Poltowan University, who is set on doubling its size and cementing her career legacy.

As Harry’s marriage falls apart, his business comes under threat, and fellow traders accuse him of halting progress, Dawn is battling her own demons, not least the need to live up to her late father’s expectations and erase the memory of his tragic death.

It’s town versus gown, and something’s got to give…

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Author Bio:  Nicola K Smith is a freelance journalist contributing to a number of titles including the The Times, Guardian.co.uk, BBC.co.uk, BBC Countryfile and Sainsbury’s Magazine. She lives in Falmouth, Cornwall, a town which inspired A Degree of Uncertainty, although it is set in the fictional Cornish town of Poltowan.

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Review: When I began to read the book, I thought how college towns have a bad name to them and Harry describes it as “student ghetto.” I believe it’s all about balance which is something that can be worked on to make it a better atmosphere for everyone. Harry and Dawn’s drama definitely made the story entertaining for me. The overall writing was really good too, I enjoyed the pacing of the story as well.

Harry Manchester is the businessman and Dawn Goldberg is the Vice Chancellor of Poltowan University, they often have ideas that clash and cause friction. The overall story is about a Cornish Village that goes through changes in the community due to the growth of the University.

More than anything, it made me reflect about changes that at times we don’t want to make. It gives us insight on how change can be challenging at times. We are often hesitant about change especially when a lot of changes happen in a small amount of time.  It can be challenging at times to get used to change mainly when we are used to doing things in a certain way and it has been that way for a while too.


All the Letters I’ll Never Send You Review

All The Letters I'll Never Send You Ebook CoverSynopsis: I met my soulmate on July 17th, 2017. He wasn’t my typical type, but the way his ice blue eyes cut through me and his deep honeyed voice warmed me back up made him something new entirely; they were two of the million little things that seemed to make him mine.

Except…I met my fiancé December 22nd, 2012.

I didn’t plan for any of this to happen. Not to meet James Larrabee or to fall in love. Not to hurt the people closest to me. And definitely, definitely not to write the letters that would be both my salvation and my damnation.

Review: One of my favorite things about this book was having the format of the story as letters. Having the story progress as letters makes it all more personal and raw. It reminds me of when I journal my current thoughts just to express how I feel in that moment. Through the writing, we can also see the constant changes that a person goes through especially when they’re in love with a person. “Distance is a funny thing. Paired with time it chips away at the rock we seem to be. I want to believe we’ll weather it – you’re a diamond to me anyway- but I can’t believe I’m anything more than porous sandstone to you. I’m not beautiful. I’m not shiny. I’m not something that catches your eye and your breath. Not like you. So I can’t help but think every moment that isn’t ours, is erosion.” This was definitely one of my favorite quotes as it showed vulnerability but also makes me think that sometimes as humans we don’t feel like we are enough for someone else.

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Ace Gray is a best selling author, self-proclaimed troublemaker and connoisseur of both the good life and fairy tales. After a life-long love affair with both books, she undertook writing the novel she wanted to read. Ten books later, she’s gotten to live in the world of billionaires, twisted murders, and sweet small towns. She’s made her heart race both with suspense and serious swoon and wouldn’t trade one minute, one word of it.

When she’s not writing, she owns a taco truck in a ski town in Colorado even though she can’t cook a lick (that’s all her husband). She loves paddle boarding, snowboarding, camping, basically anything outside… and hosting dinner parties (though she’s only in it for the drinks). Oh, and of course, writing more words.
Ace is the author of Strictly Business, Bad For Business, Family Business, Twisted Fate, Twisted Death, A Twisted Love Story, Twisted Secrets, Of Smoke & Cinnamon: A Christmas Story, Pretty Young Things, All The Letters I'll Never Send You and All The Letters I’ve Ever Read. These titles are available on Amazon.

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