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Behind the Fan by Caroline Walken – Review by Lisette Gonzalez

Behind the FanBehind the Fan by Caroline Walken
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Behind the Fan
By Caroline Walken
4 Stars

Behind the Fan by Caroline Walken is a Paranormal Romance. I usually do not read anything that is in the Paranormal genre, but I gave this book a chance. This story is about Dorothy Kennedy-Denham, her family has decided to put her in a nursing home due to memory loss. As they gather her stuff for her move, her family learns about her past that they did not know about. This story is very emotional due to Dorothy’s condition and all the other feelings this story stirs while learning about her past. Caroline Walken is a first to me author and I enjoyed reading this story. This was a very touching story and the characters were well developed.

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Linda Gets Her Groove Thing: A Spicy Romantic Comedy about the Afterlife (The Green Room Chronicles Book 2) by J.D. Frettier – Review by Lisette Gonzalez

Linda Gets her Groove Thing (The Green Room Chronicles #2)Linda Gets her Groove Thing by J.D. Frettier
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Linda Gets Her Groove Thing: A Spicy Romantic Comedy About the Afterlife
(The Green Room Chronicles Book 2)
by JD Frettier
5 Stars

Linda Gets Her Groove Thing: A Spicy Romantic Comedy About the Afterlife by JD Frettier is the second installment of The Green Room Chronicles. It is a short story that will have you laughing at the characters’ antics as they are in “The Green Room.” This story is based on Linda White, who wishes Karma on her cheating ex-husband. While in “The Green Room,” Linda becomes acquainted with Dee, Bonnie and Edwina as they await to transition to their next destination in the after life. Will Linda accomplish Karma on her ex-husband? You will be laughing your way through this book to find out. I recommend reading the first book so you are acquainted with Dee and Bonnie, as they appear in the first installment. I look forward to reading more stories from JD Frettier.

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New Bloom (Bloom Duet Series Book 1) by A.E. Gamrat – Review by Lisette Gonzalez

New BloomNew Bloom by A.E. Gamrat
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

New Bloom (Bloom Duet Book 1)
By A.E.Gamrat
4 Stars

New Bloom by A.E. Gamrat is the first installment of the Bloom Duet. It is a YA Coming of Age story about a young lady, Gwen, that graduates college and goes through the motions of how to live her life after living a sheltered life. Gwen has always followed her Mother’s rules and has never had a boyfriend. She doesn’t know how to let go and have fun. While working at her parent’s flower shop, she meets Kame. She is instantly attracted to him and is confused by her feelings, as she has never felt that way about anyone. Will she be able to break free from her sheltered beliefs and let loose for Kame? Will Gwen’s mother approve of her relationship with Kame? This was a well written story that flowed seamlessly. I enjoyed reading this story and look forward to reading the second book to find out more about Gwen

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Eternal Bloom (Bloom Duet Book 2) by A.E Gamrat – Review by Lisette Gonzalez

Eternal BloomEternal Bloom by A.E. Gamrat
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Eternal Bloom (Bloom Duet Book 2)
By A.E. Gamrat
4 Stars

Eternal Bloom by A.E Gamrat is the second installment of the Bloom Duet. This books starts where book 1 left off. I recommend reading New Bloom so you can get the background on the main character. Gwen’s mother was admitted to the hospital and she is dealing with the possibility of her mother not able to fully recover. Gwen’s life seems to be going downhill and losing grip. She also fears that her relationship with Kame will also fail due to her mother’s health and also the fact that her mother was not fond of Kame. He is has communication issues and seems to be hiding something. This story concentrates more on Gwen’s relationship with her mother and her inner turmoil dealing with her current situation in her life. Gwen’s grows a lot within the second book and is much stronger compared to the first book. I truly enjoyed this book duet and recommend to any that enjoys YA and Coming of Age books. I am pretty sure there are plenty of readers that can relate to Gwen’s story.

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