Welcome to “It’s been one of those weeks.” In fact, it looks like October is going to be one of those months.
But my followers want to see three posts from me each week. This is what I’m told by Social Media Jedi Master Kristen Lamb. Or if you don’t want to read them, I need to post them so Google thinks I’m alive and well.
And they’ll give me better consideration during searches.
I don’t really care about that so much when my brain is fried. I’ve got two speaking events to plan for (and the thought of the second one makes me nauseous).
Plus I’m supposed to be writing.
So, today I’m offering the first (of many) Fried-Brain Fridays. I’ll post a couple videos that might make you smile. Or maybe feel warm and fuzzy.
Or if nothing else feel grateful they didn’t have smart phones with video cameras when you lived your Most Embarrassing Moment.
And in case you’d rather have some cuteness. Or can relate to falling asleep however and wherever, I give you kittens.
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This romance gets a solid 4.8 out of 5 stars from me.
Nolan writes in a way that draws me into the story. Even though these character experiences were far out of my realm of experience, I felt them. I believed them.
Now that I know the characters of Wishful, MS, and I’m ready to return to the town again and again.
It was interesting to start the story with the male lead, Cam. I think the author did this to introduce us to Wishful because the town is as important to the story as any of the characters. Cam isn’t the typical alpha male. He’s the kind of guy girls should wish to meet and fall in love with: caring, protective, passionate, responsible. Yeah, handsome helps too.
Norah, a high-powered marketing executive in the Windy City, lives a life far away from my normal world. However, I completely relate to her family background, since my parents also divorced. She is the alpha character in this book, but finally realizes that needing someone else can be a good thing.
I don’t read erotic romances, generally because I don’t need to have sex scenes spelled out for me. I’ve got a great imagination, so focusing on the inner thoughts more than the outer happenings is my preference for these interludes in a book. They were short and rare, so I could skim and still enjoy the tension they brought to the story.
This is an excellent contemporary romance. The town and minor characters came to life for me, making the story that much more enjoyable.
If you want to laugh, cry and feel like happily ever after is a real thing, this book is for you.