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Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog 14 hours ago

Our Beck Valley Books Review of My Dream Man by Marie Solka 'The warmth of the characters shine through'.....

"Cupid's arrow strikes in the most unexpected places and for Samantha this surprisingly happened on her routine nursing appointment at a client's home. The last thing she expected was to fall in love for a client's son, who is a scientist, so not her usual type but leaves her sensationally hot and wanting more but will he feel the same way?

The warmth of the characters shine through which is always the case with the author, both as Marie Solka and Kim Cano, you will find yourself bonding to them really quickly. She seems to bring an enjoyable tale to life, inviting you to turn page after page to see what will happen next. There are so many words to describe this book, warming, soft, gentle, mellow, its a nice all round feel good read that leaves you feeling happy to have read it and leaving you with a happy glow. 

This is now the third book I've read from the author and I've got to say I'm becoming hooked, each story is so different, especially this one as her first romance, yet they are so pleasant to read. An easy book to escape into and to be carried along their journey."

Read more on the #book and author here....

http://beckvalleybooks.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/book-review-my-dream-...


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Comment by Mk - PopcornReads.com 14 hours ago

The Secret Place by Tana French: Crime Thriller Book Review & Giveaway

Think the girls at your school were mean? Tana French’s bestseller, The Secret Place, is our giveaway for the Stuck in a Good Book Giveaway Hop. Even if it weren’t, this is one thriller I’d say you should definitely check out at http://popcornreads.com/?p=7724.


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Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog yesterday

Our Beck Valley Books Review of ping: The Rescue of Eden by Stuart Avery Gold

"A very awe inspiring book even though it is only 84 pages long. This is the only book I have read in the series but will definitely look out for the others andread them. 

The clever use of using Ping the frog to notice and act on the changes that happen around his pond is appealing to any reader. As other animals arrive he asks them while on their travels if they have spotted any differences, especially his long time friend Kamo, the duck, and together form an alliance to put it back as it should be.

The message from the book is a simple one, Mother Nature has ruled and governed the earth well before man and she knows how to solve the problems without any intervention. On the other side of the coin is that someone will do what they think is right for themselves without thinking about the consequences of their actions on others.

A book that everyone should read and it might change their views and help create a better world for everyone. The language and simple explanations make an excellent read and I think it should be introduced to the school curriculum and if the other books are as good as this one, they should be too. The book will cause a lot of debate regarding the best way forward for the planet and nature over money? Please read this book!"

Read more on the #book and author here....

http://beckvalleybooks.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/book-review-ping-resc...

Ping the Rescue of Eden


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Comment by Diane Coto yesterday

Blurb Blitz: Ultimate Fear (Book 2 Ultimate CORE) by Kristine Mason - #giveaway 5 $5 Amazon GCs - http://www.fictionzeal.com/blurb-blitz-ultimate-fear-book-2-ultimat...


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Comment by Travis Simmons on Thursday

Hi, my name is Travis Simmons and I’m looking for people who would like to help me reveal the cover of my upcoming novel, A Plague of Shadows. This is a new adult fantasy based heavily on the Norse apocalypse Ragnarok. I am also looking for people to review the book as well. It will be available for pre-order October 28th. Ideally the cover reveal will happen November 7th with reviews taking place from November 17th - January 16th. I would be honored if you would help me in any way, either with a reveal and/or a review. Let me know what dates work well for you. This is a shorter novel ranging between 40k-50k words.

If you’re interested, here’s the blurb! J

“Enter the world of O, where a plague of shadows creeps through the land, ensnaring those it infects and turning them into soulless shadow people damned to pollute all of the nine worlds along the world tree. Fear of these darklings, and the magic they possess drives people to kill those that appear different or go against the light.

At nineteen Abagail Bauer should be setting off on her own, not still caring for her father and her family home as she’s doing. The hard life has made her practical, and she has little time for flights of fancy, unlike her sister, Leona, who insists her doll can predict the future. That all changes one day while tending their bees she encounters a blackness spreading through the hive. Abagail knows what it is: the shadow plague, the sickness that will creep into ones soul and make them nothing more than a shadow, a darkling bent on the destruction of all things good. And now she’s caught it. She doesn’t believe in other worlds outside of the mystical land of O, but when her father finds out she’s infected he decides to send her to the one person who can help her learn to control this weird power: her Aunt Mattelyn in a distant world called Agaranth.

Joined by her neighbor, Rorick Keuper, on a quest of revenge against the darklings who destroyed his home, and her seer sister, Leona, Abagail sets off across the rainbow bridge to another world in hopes of curing herself of the plague. But Abagail finds that her infection is only the beginning of her ill fate. When she arrives in the new world, she’s far from where she needs to be. Braving the winter of this new land, along with the darklings that hunt her, will Abagail be able to find her aunt before the shadow consumes her, or is she destined to become a husk of who she once was and kill those she loves?”

Thank you so much for your consideration, I really hope to hear from you soon. You can contact me at simmons.travis5@gmail.com

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Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog on Wednesday

Our Beck Valley Books review of Eclair Goes to Stella's by Michelle Weidenbenner 'A fun easy to read book that I really enjoyed'......



"Eclair is a cute lovable seven year old who you cannot fail to smile and laugh along with at some of the things she thinks or says and even misunderstands, just like a typical seven year old. She will also make you feel a little sad too but not for long as you soon start smiling again.

Eclair and her sister Meggie face a tough time as their mom has to go away because she is poorly so they have to go and live with her Grandma Stella for a while, until her dad can find another job. It's the important issues Eclair worries about like leaving behind her BFF (best friend forever) which is her first thought!

Yet with two simple words, horse and farm, as dad tells her about Grandma Stella's farm Magical Meadows, things just seem that little bit brighter. Stella has to be brave for now and learn to trust her Grandma and get used to her new surroundings living on the farm, you can feel her insecurities and sadness but her happiness shines through. Animals make the greatest friends and two lost souls, Eclair and rescued horse Lightning, help each other through their new adventure in life together.

I like how the author has also included a few little animal facts within the story itself that children can pick up without even thinking about it and the sketches in each small chapter are so much fun. The author treats you to a glimpse of the next book too, it looks like Lightning gets a new friend and maybe one for Eclair too.

A fun easy to read book that I really enjoyed , maybe that's because I'm a big kid at heart."

Read all about the #book and enter the #giveaway here.....

http://beckvalleybooks.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/book-review-eclair-go...

 
 
 

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