great book, Heather Wardell,, review, romance

Bad Will Hunting by Heather Wardell-review

Title: Bad Will Hunting
Author: Heather Wardell
Genre: Romance, Chick lit
Pages: 224(I’ve read kindle format)
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My review:

     Ashley is more than angry to everyone, to her family, to her life to destiny. On her way she will meets some attorney Will, who will bring her hope on high level. Will he help her or will he bring her in really worse situation?

   Seven Exes Eight Too Many was top book for me, so this conclusion makes me little bit to have some minor opinion for this book as sequel. That’s the reason that I rated the book with four, otherwise the book is great there are good story and well done characters.

     You could read this book before you read first book from this series, but some characters as all participants in the show in previous book shows up in this one so you will wonder who they are. My recommendation is to read both of them, but first “Seven Exes Eight Too Many” then this one.

     This book show as how could human life been so brittle and unpredictable in some bright and cheer way , so we could have everything hopes and plans, as Ashley and one day all of that could be ruined by something and everything will diapered, first hopes and plans. In that struggle life brings as people who could save us, but we should pick up the right ones. Reality is just we can save ourselves. When we could find the peace inside us we could continue with our lives. Exactly that Ashley tries to do.

    Ashley knows to deal with every bad situation with anger and payback. When the destiny will slaps her she will be mad to everyone, but she will learn how to deal with her anger and be better person.

This book was provided by the author in exchange of an honest review.
My rating: 4/5(great book)

It Ain’t Easy by Kesia Alexandra-book blitz

Description: “It Ain’t Easy” is a collection of short stories on growing up in Washington, DC. If you think it’s all memorials and museums, you’re mistaken. This collection explores the every day lives of those who reside in the city— from the around the way girls and boys in the hood to the private schools on the privileged side of town. “It Ain’t Easy” shows one of America’s most talked about cities in a way it is rarely seen; through the eyes of the people.

About myself: Kesia Alexandra is a 24 year old independent writer from Washington, DC. She graduated from Sidwell Friends School and then went on to study English, African-American Studies and Creative writing at Boston University. Twitter: @kesialexandra
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Moon Mail and Star Kissses by Amanda Salisbury-review + $25 giveaway

Title: Moon Mail and Star Kisses
Author: Amanda Salisbury
Genre: children book
Pages: 15

My review:

   This book is about Moon and Stars.The Moon and Stars my favorite things. Since I was little I always look in the night sky and wondered and fantasized about all those shining things. They are so gorgeous and bright, so they make me feel so happy and special. Special, cause they always look at me like million tiny eyes. The Moon as star’s mother, so special and shining in every shape and state as boat  floats in night sky.
  This book is about togetherness which is comes from Moon and Stars.They look at every single kid in this world, in every separate soul in this world. The words are so perfectly chosen with rhyme, which brings so delightful feeling when you read it. The pictures are good and well done.
   I read this book five times to my two children and they love it.

This book is part of Blog Tour hosted by Kathy from I’m reader not writer.
My rating 5/5(amazing)

Moon Mail and Star Kisses by Amanda Salisbury
In Moon Mail and Star Kisses, a loving adult and child must be separated for a little while. The adult promises the child to send greetings and kisses through the night sky, shared no matter the distance of place or time apart. The moon, the stars, and a person’s love are bright and constant even when they cannot be seen.
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Copy of IMG_0500Author Amanda Salisbury
Amanda Salisbury lives on the red planet of Oklahoma. All her best stories are sifted through the screens of her education and experience in history, law, finance, and mothering. She lives with her husband and boys in a lair, a classroom, or a castle, depending on the moment.
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