Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Book Review and #Giveaway: The Girl He Knows by Kristi Rose




 THE GIRL HE KNOWS by Kristi Rose | Lyrical Press | August 18, 2014
Waking up naked next to a good looking man is not a bad way to start the day. Especially since Paisley missed all those opportunities in college, when she was too busy supporting her no good, thankfully now, ex-husband. The problem? This hottie is Hank, her best friend’s older brother, a guy she’s known her entire life.
Stopping after one night is the right thing to do. Being with him clearly breaks the best friend code, and from his career as a Naval officer to his Boy Scout reputation, everything about him screams monogamy and commitment. Two things Paisley has had enough of. 
When Hank presents a “no strings attached” offer, it’s too good to be true. She can enjoy him while still embracing being single. But, poor choices force her to confront old fears of love and loss, and Paisley has to decide if Hank is worth the risk. The alternative is never experiencing the real deal. Or far worse, settling for less

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About Kristi Rose
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Kristi Rose was raised in central Florida on boiled peanuts and iced tea.  She’s lived by an active volcano, almost fallen off a mountain, and was married in Arkansas by a J.O.P in flip flops named Earl. Today, as a proud military wife and mother of two, she’s been lucky enough to travel the world. No matter where she is, she enjoys watching people and wondering what’s their story? That’s what Kristi likes to write about: everyday people, the love that brings them together, and their journey getting there. Kristi is a member of RWA. You can follow Kristi at www.kristirose.net, like her Facebook page: Kristi Rose, or send her a tweet @krosewrites. The Girl He Knows is her debut novel.

  

My Review of the Book:

The Girl He Knows without a doubt is so far my favourite book that I have read this summer.  I made the mistake of starting it before bed one night and before you know it I was finished.  I just could not put it down.  I kept telling myself just one more chapter...then before I knew it the book was finished.  I adored the characters, loved the journey Paisley goes through.  The characters are believable and the writing within the novel draws the reader in.  I honestly am surprised this is the authors debut novel and I look forward to her future works!
 
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2 comments:

Kristi Rose said...

Hi,
Thanks for hosting me and - OMG- thanks for the lovely review :-) Staying up late and then having to get up to deal with kids -exhausting. I find those to be some of my non-stellar parenting moments but hey-it's all good. Have a great day and thanks again!

Kim Smith said...

Cannot wait to get my copy!