I’m visiting and a GREAT book
As promised, I am visiting fellow TWRP author W. Lynn Chantale’s blog today. Why do I write what I write? Come on over and find out this answer and more about me! http://wlynnchantale-decadentdecisions.blogspot.com
And to add to today’s fun- I want to suggest a wonderful paranormal book to read.
Have you heard of TWRP author Laura Kaye? No? Have you heard of a book titled Forever Freed? Thought it might be something you’d read but then never invested in trying it? DO IT!
Now, my regular visitors might know I love werewolves, not exactly werewolves, but wolf shapeshifters specifically. What does this have to do with LK? Um, she’s into vampires. Don’t we all know by now how well those two mix? lol But I fell into a revision slump Sunday and decided a read might wake the muse back up. I don’t know about the muse yet, but I’m awake! I absolutely love, love, love Forever Freed!!! So much so that I’ve put out the invitation to Lucien Demarco, the torn hero, to visit in the near future. He’s enough to make a wolf-lover switch sides when Edward Cullen couldn’t.
So get this book. Read the book and I hope to hear back from Lucien soon and can bring him to my stage to introduce you all to him. Maybe I can get a little something from him about the love of his life, Samantha, too. For now I’ll say this about FOREVER FREED is the most heart wrenching and heart warming book I’ve ever read in first person. It’s not your average first person book though. I was amazed that Laura carried the whole story in the hero’s point of view (pov) and yet I felt so in tune with Samantha by the end it was incredible. The way Laura shows us the heroine’s side through Lucien’s eyes left me wanting more of these two. I did not feel as though I didn’t know her innermost desires at all, but I felt her pain and love for Lucien. Amazing. I will keep this book for many reasons. And let’s not forget little Ollie. The child reminds me of my own granddaughter in so many ways, she’s that real through Lucien’s eyes! As a writer some books make me want to get writing again and create my own love story. I can’t wait to write. I love those inspirational stories. But this one left me just wanting more. That is a good book. That I was left thinking about this story and the trueness of the characters long after the end- that is a great book!
Thank you Laura Kaye.
And don’t forget to visit me at W. Lynn’s blog so I’m not all alone!