BookBub has a bargain suggestion for us. I like offering opinions but can’t on this one as I’ve not seen it before.
Star Rising: A Coastal Hearts Novel ($0.99)
Star Youngblood has always been a fighter–a necessity after her mother married a monster of a man. Now, she’s finally on the path to the stable life she’s always wanted. Her employer, Priscilla Kelly, is a sweet woman ravaged by rheumatoid arthritis, and Star will do anything to help her. Even if that means going toe to toe with Mrs. Kelly’s neglectful son.
After being betrayed on the mission field and devastated by the tragic death of his father, Paul Kelly gave up on God. He lives life on his own terms, biding his time as a corporate pilot until he can save enough money to begin his own flight school closer to home. His mother is all he has left, and he wants to be near her. He just didn’t expect her health to decline so quickly. When he discovers his mother has taken in a stray—a woman he’s not at all sure can be trusted—his protective instincts kick into high gear. Paul’s handled a lot of turbulence, but he’s never gone up against a force like Star.
BookRunes has a FREE suggestion for us. I can’t offer an opinion on this one either.
A Fine Mess: A Love Inspired Romance
She would sacrifice anything for those she loved…
Annie Blake put her life on hold to care for her mother when she was diagnosed with cancer. She didn’t consider it a sacrifice as much as a labor of love. But then she learns that her father has done something completely out of character, not to mention criminal, in a misguided attempt to save the life of his wife. Annie realizes she will have to give up more than just a job and an apartment this time. To save him from going to prison, she will have to give up her freedom.
His life was going according to plan – until the day she showed up…
The last thing Ian McCann expected was the bombshell the daughter of an employee dropped in his lap at the start of the three-day weekend. She needed help, and plenty of it. She also needed it immediately, and hoped he would be able to help. He knew that he could, he just wasn’t sure he was prepared to give what it would require to fix everything.
This list is short today but tomorrow could be better.
I was currently reading a book but gave up on it minutes ago. It was okay in a way but not okay enough to hold my interest.
It was long on attraction and short on story. That gets old after a few books and it’s a downhill slide from there. I’ve passed the few books mark many moons ago and the slick slide has been happening more and more often lately.
Partly because I read and move on so quickly – it’s hard to remember what was not liked and I find myself caught, again.
I’ve decided it would be smart to keep a list of disappointments to avoid wasting time in the future. My list is called Short on story – Long on PDA (Public Displays of Affection). It’s on paper. In a journal next to my keyboard. It won’t be showing up here any time soon if you are hoping to see it. Certain authors just will not be seen as often any more.
I love a good story, one that is worth my reading time and adds value to my life. That’s what I’m looking for and what I hope to find for you.
I have a few lists going on these days, to avoid getting caught with undesirables. I’ll tell you about some of the others another time.
In the meantime…