Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Book Review: The Position by Dahlia Salvatore #50BookPledge

About the Book:
Dylan Farrow puts on his pants every morning one leg at a time, just like everyone else at the Kerrigan Advertising Agency. He handles high-pressure projects with a fast turnaround. He’s prized for his keen intellect and admirable performance. But how did he get where he is today—to the level of Junior Executive of Design Production?
Well, that involves how he takes his pants off…
and for whom…
Hoping to break through the glass ceiling under which she’s been trapped for years, Valerie Caplan picks up her life and moves to Seattle. After hearing about the position of Senior Executive of Design Production from an art director at Kerrigan, she decides to apply. When she lands the big interview, she never thinks for a minute that she’ll have any serious competition. She assumes that she has the job in the bag…until she discovers that the only competition has something she doesn’t have—the willingness to go outside the office to impress Danica Stewart, their uptight female boss.
About the Author:
Dahlia Salvatore is a thirty-two-year-old female author living in Seattle, Washington with her husband. She comes from Coos Bay, Oregon and moved to Seattle six years ago. She loves the west coast and doesn’t see herself anywhere else.
Her influences include contemporary writers J.K. Rowling, Mary Balogh, Christina Dodd, Stephanie Laurens, Laurell K. Hamilton, Anne Rice, Stephen King, and many many others.


First off I have to mentioned that this is an Erotic novel.  I figured I should mention that atleast once in the post so no one would be surprised.  I would not recommend  this as a book to leave as a coffee table that the kids might grab, but outside of that I say grab yourself a copy!  Unlike some other popular erotic books, this one was actually well written.  The storyline and characters were entertaining and the erotic parts of the book were not forced.  I have read some books when they book factors in just for a shock factor yet the book lacks on so many other factors.  I am happy to say that can not be said about The Position!  This was a fun and entertaining read and I look forward to reading more of her books in the future!

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Monday, September 29, 2014

Book Review and Giveaway: Chaperoning Paris - Collins Brothers Book 1 by Victoria Pinder

Gigi Dumont never forgot how she walked away from the only man she ever loved. 

She’s a teacher who has led her students to the finals of an international French competition to be help in Paris. The night before the trip, the principal tries to cancel the trip before he, in turn, loses his job to her high school boyfriend, Sean Collins. 

Sean Collins has survived cancer, a divorce, and Gigi having aborted their child back in high school. He assumed he’d hate her, if they ever crossed paths again. But he discovers she’s exactly what he wants. 

When Gigi and Sean are stuck together for a week in Paris, Gigi feels she has lost all her control. How can she survive her attraction to Sean? The man’s sexier now than he was back in the day, and once upon a time, he’d had her heart. She finds herself falling for him, even knowing forever is impossible.

About the Author: Victoria Pinder

Victoria Pinder grew up in Irish Catholic Boston before moving to the Miami sun. She’s worked in engineering, after passing many tests proving how easy Math came to her. Then hating her life at the age of twenty four, she decided to go to law school. Four years later, after passing the bar and practicing very little, she realized that she hates the practice of law. She refused to one day turn 50 and realize she had nothing but her career and hours at a desk. After realizing she needed change, she became a high school teacher. Teaching is rewarding, but writing is a passion.
During all this time, she always wrote stories to entertain herself or calm down. Her parents are practical minded people demanding a job, and Victoria spent too many years living other people’s dreams, but when she sat down to see what skill she had that matched what she enjoyed doing, writing became so obvious. The middle school year book when someone wrote in it that one day she’d be a writer made sense when she turned thirty.
Besides her full time job of teaching, in 2013 and 2014, she sold on her own sold books to three different publishers. The Zoastra Affair, Chaperoning Paris, Borrowing the Doctor, and Electing Love will be published from Soul mate Publishing. Mything the Throne will be published with Double Dragon Ebooks. Favorite Coffee, Favorite Crush will be published with Jupiter Press.
Now she is represented by Dawn Dowdle of Blue Ridge Literary Agency and she hopes to continue selling her novels that she writes. Moving up to the next level from hard work and determination is rewarding, and partnerships bring new opportunities.
Also she’s the Vice President of Progams for the Florida Romance Writers. She’s gone to multiple conferences and intends to continue. She learns and meets so many people at conferences. Her website is  here, www.victoriapinder.com, and she’ll continue to grow my web presence. She is working hard on other projects and found the time to plan her wedding this year.
Before writing, her father had taken her to many star trek conventions and on her own she grew up as the only girl in the 90s at the comic book store. Science Fiction was her first love, but contemporary romance was her second. She’s sticking with contemporaries for the near future.
Member of Florida Romance Writers, Contemporary Romance, Fantasy, Futuristic and Paranormal chapter of RWA, Celtic Hearts and Savvy Authors.

My review: I loved Chaperoning Paris! It would be a great vacation read as it's easy reading! I enjoyed the interaction between Gigi and Sean as well the other brothers interactions with them and look forward to reading more of this series.  I empathized with Gigi's upbringing.  The romance Sean shows is a great reminder that chivalry isn't truly dead and that good things can come from a tragedy such as his ex wife was.  It is a beautiful story of young love lost and found again.  I liked the many references to sights in Paris and it is now on my bucket list of places to see someday! If you are looking for classical romance novel with a modern twist this is the book for you! I can't wait to read the next brothers book! I give this book a 4 out of 5.

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Friday, September 26, 2014

Book Review: Your Core Written by Callie Grant and Illustrated by Missi Jay

Balls have a core. Apples do, too. The Earth has a core. So do you! Everyone has an inner place made by God for welcoming Him and meeting with Him. Graham Blanchard’s newest Absorb book, inspired by Ephesians 3:14-19, appeals to the youngest readers with simple text and engaging scenes to convey an often difficult concept to grasp—even for many adults. In the Graham Blanchard book collection, Absorb books connect information about God with a child’s inner life. Children assimilate on a personal level who God is and how they are made to be with Him, trust Him and love Him. 

About the authors:  Callie Grant launched Graham Blanchard Inc. in 2013 to create children’s books for growing up in God, working with a network of artists, parents, pastors, teachers, and children. The company is the culmination of her experience in the publishing industry, working for companies like Scholastic and Dorling Kindersely, paired with a strong calling to help children know God’s love and nurture their families’ faith through reading together.

Missi Jay has been recognized nationally by Print Magazine and the Addy Awards, and in 2008 received the Big Wig Award for best illustrator by the Austin Advertising Federation. She has illustrated six children's books and designed an official Texas state license plate to benefit Texas CASA, which assists abused and neglected children. She lives in Austin with her husband and young daughter.

My Review:  This book is full of colourful pictures and paints a beautiful picture of your core and Gods love.  It would be a great gift to a family with little ones as it introduces your core in a very simplistic way.  The pictures are bright and fun which will easily capture your child's attention.  The words aren't too difficult and are thought provoking as to open dialogue with a young child about God s love or your core.  I love that the pages are hardboard and not paper...this ensures this book will likely survive past one child and can be shared for generations.

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Thursday, September 25, 2014

Book Review & Giveaway: What I Really Learned in College by Addison Winters #50BookPledge

Alex Rose is a 32-year-old divorced mother of two, looking for a better life for her and her sons. In search of answers, she returns to college to finally get that degree she’s always dreamed of. What she finds is something she wasn’t even looking for. 

Mason Brooks is every girl’s dream: 21 years old, tall, with dirty blond hair that curls when it’s wet, sea-blue eyes, and dimples. Hot, sexy…and deliciously na├»ve and innocent. 

Enter a tantalizing world where an average soccer mom utilizes her newfound knowledge of psychology to make life just a little more interesting. Follow along as Alex educates Mason on the art of seducing and pleasing a woman. Take notes as she introduces him to a whole new level of intensity and sexual pleasure. Study the sensual art of tantric sex as Alex creates her own style of silk and lace female dominance. 
This little tryst will never survive past college–but Alex is determined to enjoy it the fullest while it lasts.

Book Excerpt:

Chapter 1

The butterflies in my stomach had grown to the size of buzzards tearing apart my insides. My palms were sweaty and my hands were grasping the steering wheel to keep from shaking. The mid July heat was sticky, the humidity on full blast. The music blaring from my car stereo was more of an annoyance than anything else. I hastily smacked the knob turning it off. “This is stupid . . . ,” I muttered to myself.
     I turned the next corner into a parking lot full of cars. I had no clue where I was and an even lesser clue as to why I was even here in the first place. “You are so lost,” I said aloud to the empty car. I sat idling, looking for some sort of landmark that would tell me where I was. To my right was a hulking black man with an armload of books walking confidently across the lot. I slowly eased my car up beside him feeling more stalkerish than anything else.
     “Excuse me. Can you tell me where student orientation is, please?” The early morning sunlight was blinding me and I couldn’t get a clear view of his face.
     “First time on campus?” he said, rather than asked, with a full-hearted chuckle, leaning into my car.
     “Yes,” I stuttered in return.
     “And you’re lost, right? Well . . .” He stood upright and looked around. “Hell, it’d be quicker to show you.” And with that, he opened my door and climbed into my little car.
     Fast forward three weeks and I found myself in a similar situation except this time, it was the first day of school…my first day of college and I was scared out of my mind.
     I was thirty-two years old, a divorced mother with two sons and a victim of my own making. I had always dreamed of going to college, earning my bachelor’s degree and getting myself out of a stream of dead end jobs. I had finally convinced myself that now was the time to chase after that dream. I knew it was going to be challenging at best, but now that my youngest was in school full time I decided I could do it.
     What the hell was I thinking?
     So here I was, turning down the wrong way on a one-way street on campus, hearing a wave of horns blasting at me. My eyes searched for a place to turn off safely when my cell phone started ringing.
     “Yeah . . .” I hit the speaker button.
     “God, I hate the first day of school. Some asshole in a green car is driving down the wrong way on a one-way street. I hate freshman.” Isaac’s deep voice echoed through my car.
     “Sorry, that’s me,” I stated with frustration, pulling into a parking lot on the east side of campus.
     “Seriously? That’s you?” He laughed. “Figures.”
     “Oh, shut up!” I pulled my little car into a vacant spot. “I hate this campus.”
     “You’ll get used to it. By next week you’ll know it better than your own backyard.” A car horn blasted twice behind me. “Turn around.”
     “Oh, sorry.” I glanced into my rearview mirror and watched him pulled into the spot next to mine. I turned off my car and gathered my backpack and keys.
     Isaac was already standing beside my car before I even got my car door shut. “You’re slow.” He smiled.
     “No, I’m terrified,” I muttered.
     “Here. This will help.” He handed me a travel size bottle of orange juice.
    I was parched so I gladly accepted his offer and took a small swig. “Argh.” I almost dropped the bottle. “What is this?”
     “Orange juice,” he said innocently.
     “What’s in it?”
     “Just a little vodka.”
     “I think I need some coffee before class,” I laughed, shaking my head slowly.
     “This way.” Isaac gestured towards the building across the street.
     Isaac was a pre-med student in his fourth year of college. The day of our first meeting he had kindly showed me all around campus, walking me to each of my classes just to ease my anxiety in anticipation of this day. He was in his mid-twenties, also considered an adult returning student, and was hoping to someday become a surgeon.  He was an easy-going man who was quick to laugh, easily six-feet-six-inches tall, and he weighted at least three hundred pounds.

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About the Author:

Addison Winters graduated from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis with a BS in psychology. She loves music, can be found “dancing” around her house when no one’s home, and is notorious for blowing the speakers out on her car. She’s been known to surprise her children with Jell-O balloon fights and to pull “devious” pranks on her friends. Addison enjoys playing basketball and softball and is proud to be the team captain for the Happy Hooters in the Striking Out Cancer, annual Ladies Softball Tournament. She is also an avid reader and enjoys spending time in her gardens and with her family. She and her husband, Monte, have three children, three puppies, and an oversized cat. They reside in Indiana.


First off I have to say one look at the cover of this book and it made me want to go back to college as well.  Forget about the exams, classes and money it costs.  If College would make me smoking like the fine lady in the cover then I am all in!  All joking aside I really did enjoy this book and the new life that Alex Rose was making for herself.  I loved how she is a strong and empowering women.  Sure she has not always been that way, but really are any of us still like the person we were 10, 15, 20 years ago?  With age comes wisdom and just because you get married, have children and have your 30th birthday this does not mean that you know it all.  

Being a married mom of two who was born in the 70's (yet just turned 23 this year ;-P) there was a lot I could relate to in the book.  However,  there was still a lot that I knew absolutely nothing about.  For instance I am thankful I am not in the dating scene and this book shows clearly how hard it is to be a single mom AND be looking for love.   Everyone around you will have an opinion about how your should live your life.  Some will think you should put your own needs aside until your kids are gone and others will think you need a partner A.S.A.P.  This is a huge reason why I am thankful I could live through these characters and keep my feet planted in my life.  What I Learned in College was entertaining from start to finish and I am sooo looking forward to the next book! 

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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Book Review & Giveaway: The Sound of Us by @AshPoston #50BookPledge

America's favorite pop band, Roman Holiday, is done, dead, and so totally last year. For eighteen-year-old rockoholic Junie Baltimore, this is music to her ears. But when she discovers their sexy ex-lead singer hiding out on the boardwalk, her summer vacation becomes the cover story of the year.

She's willing to keep him a secret, but when a sleazy paparazzo offers her the cash she needs to save the bar her father left behind, could she sell out for the chance to save her future? Who is she kidding? That's a no-brainer...but she never planned on falling head over heels for the lead singer.

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About Ashley Poston
Having graduated from the University of South Carolina, Ashley Poston interned at Random House Publishers under Kodansha USA, where she edited the Sailor Moon manga and that was really, really, really cool. She wrote a play that won some award, and can quote every Motion City Soundtrack lyric by heart. She currently lives in South Carolina with her cat (aka her soul mate) and a plethora of books. When she's not writing, she's going to the movies (her second favorite past time) or taking extravagant road trips (her third favorite past time).
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Why I Decided to Write About Music

“If music be the food of love, play on.”
William Shakespeare had it right in my mind. To me, music is to air what words are to paper. Music is more than just a few notes strung out over the vast void of atoms and molecules. Music is transformative. Music takes silent movies and turns them into symphonies. Music can make your ribcage rattle and it can make your heart sing.
I don’t know about you, but whenever I go to a concert, I feel like I’m chasing a certain kind of high I can only find at live venues (and no it’s not the reefer exhaust from the stoners beside me). There’s a thrill to live shows that not even vinyl can touch—and coming from a girl born and bred on vinyl Eagles music, that’s saying something. There’s a sound that hushes across the crowd just before the opening set. It’s what Roman in the book describes as “the roar.” It’s this trembling expectation, this silence that is so loud because everyone is waiting on baited breath. There’s nothing else like it. Because when the lights crash to black, anyone who isn’t drunk or deaf just goes silent. Waiting.
I think that’s the best part of music. The silence before the first song. The white noise before the first track on a new album. When your CD player makes that whining noise before the laser digs into the underbelly of the disk for the first breath of sound. It’s that moment I love the most.
That’s why I wanted to write a book series about music, because of that silence. The silence, to me, is expectation. It’s trepidation. It’s guesses and worries and wants. I wonder what song it’ll be? I hope it’s a good song. And I love the possibility of listening to a new song for the first time and thinking that it could be your favorite song, that you just haven’t heard it yet.
Love is a lot like that. It’s the white noise just after you make eye-contact with the cute barista behind the bar. It’s the quiet when he smiles. It’s the possibility that he could be your favorite human, and you just haven’t met him yet.
I like the thought of possibilities, and so that’s why I write about music.


What would you do if one unexpectedly crossed paths with a big star??  Sure we all would like to think that we would be cool and collective when talking to them, but reality is most of us would be so focused on what we are doing to impress the star that we would already be putting the relationship at a disadvantage.  Now if the tables turned and one crossed paths and did not know who this person was, guaranteed the outcome will probably different.  Some might even say a true honest interaction.

The Sound of Us  takes the reader on a journey between two characters and it appears that fate has brought together and at any other time or place their paths may not have crossed.  I loved reading about their relationship and the ups and downs that they had to go through in their life.  It also made me realize how much not having any privacy would suck.  Would trading privacy for being rich and famous be the life I would like?  I realize probably not, but hey I might be interested in just being rich and keep my privacy.  Although that might be almost impossible.   So it appears I will just stick to reading and escaping with great reads like this one!

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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Book review: Plan Overboard (Toronto Series book 14) by Heather Wardell

My Review: 

Austin. What a fantastic character!! From the prequel All at Sea we get a glimpse of his passion and zest for life and his careless abandon when it comes to any kind of responsibility.  However, it comes without much surprise that when we learn the true depth of his character that we also fall in love with him.  

The heroine Corrine is amazingly rigid in all things and it surprised me that someone of that nature might decide to have a child alone which is the complete opposite of a plan. Maybe this is my bias based on being a parent, but I still enjoyed the development of their relationship on the cruise and was heartbroken at the end of the cruise.  I was happy to know that the book hadn't ended (guessing by the amount of pages left) which indicated to me that their love story wasn't over yet either.  I think the "self realizations" that Corrine goes through in this books journey are very comforting in letting real people know it's ok for your "life plan" to change.  

I read this book even faster than the prequel and am hoping to pickup more of her reads soon! 
 I give Plan Overboard a 5 out of 5 as it was written well, captivating and tugged at my heart strings.

About the Author: Heather Wardell

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Book Review: Chronicles of a Lincoln Park Fashionista by Aven Ellis

About the Book:

Recent college graduate Avery Andrews is ready to begin a new life in the big city. She’s landed an apartment in Chicago’s famed Lincoln Park neighborhood–and has her eye on the cute commodity trader just a floor above. 

If Premier Airlines knew about her fear of flying, they never would have hired her to be their marketing assistant—but it’s not like Avery wants a lifelong career. Right now she simply wants a job to pay her bills . . . and fund a few little shopping excursions, too. 

Her new lifestyle comes with a price tag, as Avery is not only faced with paying a ridiculous rent but finds she’s perceived as one of the vacant, husband-hunting fashionistas who live in the area. Avery resents this stereotype. So she doesn’t want a lifelong career, and she loves fashions she can’t afford, but that doesn’t mean she is empty-headed and spoiled, does it? 

When an opportunity to participate in a documentary at work arises, Avery finds a two-fold solution to her problems. She’ll earn extra money for it, and the documentary will show her as a serious career woman, enabling her to shed that husband-hunting fashionista label for good. 
When the camera is on, Avery attempts to be a motivated professional woman. But when she is challenged by Deacon Ryan, the videographer assigned to cover her story, Avery finds herself wanting things she was never supposed to want—like a lasting career—and Deacon. And Avery might just gain more from the experience than a perfect career image and extra cash to put in her Tory Burch wallet . . . 

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Review of the Book:

This is the first time I have had the pleasure of reading anything written by Aven Ellis.  Chronicles of a Lincoln Park Fashionista was a light and fun read and I recommend it if you are looking at something entertaining to read.  I am far myself from being a fashionista, but loved escaping into Avery's world.  It is so different from my own that it was great to read and experience hers.  I also found the book to be another great reminder of why we should not judge a book by its cover.  I did not find any dull moments and enjoyed every page in the book.

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Getting to Know Aven Ellis Author of Chronicles of a Lincoln Park Fashionista

Today Two Children and a Migraine will be spotlighting and reviewing Chronicles of a Lincoln Park Fashionista.  Now is your chance to get to know the author and be sure to check out the review today as well!!

About the Author:

Aven Ellis has been writing fiction since she was sixteen. She studied communications at a large Midwestern university, and after graduation, Aven worked as a reporter for a community newspaper, followed by a stint at a public relations agency.

But writing about city council meetings and restaurant franchises was not as much fun as writing for young women trying to figure out their careers and potential boyfriends. So Aven got herself a job in television that allowed her to write at night.  Connectivity is Avens debut novel; Waiting For Prince Harry and Chronicles of a Lincoln Park Fashionista(New Adult romantic comedy) will be published this year.

Aven lives in Dallas with her family. When she is not writing, Aven enjoys shopping, cooking, connecting with friends on social media, and watching any show that features Gordon Ramsay.

Five Things You Wouldn’t Know About  Aven Ellis

For this post, I decided to share some things about myself that my readers might not know. So let’s get to the list of five, shall we?

1.       I originally wanted to be a sports reporter when I first started college. Yes, I love sports (I work in event production for a sports TV network now as my day job) but I really thought I wanted that lifestyle. But once I was in college, I realized it’s a very hard profession that takes you away from home a lot and I decided to go into feature reporting instead.

2.      My favorite book in the whole world is My Life In France by Julia Child. This book changed my life and inspired me in ways I never saw coming. Julia is proof that it is never, ever, too late to find your passion and make it your calling.

3.      My favorite movie(s) are Before Sunrise and Before Sunset. I absolutely love these films as the dialogue is so real. As someone who loves to write dialogue, this movie inspires me to keep working harder at it.

4.      I have never seen the movie ET. I’ve been told I’m weird because I haven’t, but I can’t say it ever looked appealing to me.

5.      I could never eat another French fry in my entire life and be totally happy about it. Same with potato chips, and chips and salsa. Zero interest in that stuff. But take away my dark chocolate and things will get ugly in a hurry, LOL.

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Friday, September 12, 2014

Book Review and Giveaway: A Grand Design by Amber Stockton #50Bookpledge

About the Book:

A getaway on a charming island may be just what Alyssa needs---if only she can let go of her past.

When Alyssa Denham, a single career woman, wins a fun getaway for two on Mackinac Island where her grandmother lives, she gives her carefree best friend a call. Together, they tour the old shops and hidden treasures of the quaint island while helping Alyssa's grandmother piece together an heirloom quilt. Their quest gains them entrance into the homes of many longtime residents of the island, parts of the city that are otherwise off limits to tourists.

As the quilt's story takes shape, Alyssa gains amazing insight into her grandmother's life . . . and attracts the attention of the handsome Scott Whitman, an island resident in charge of hotel transportation. Will memories of her past keep Alyssa from letting go? Or will the quest to piece together the heirloom quilt restore Alyssa's fractured heart---and bring healing to her entire family?

About the Author:

Amber Stockton is an award-winning author, a national speaker, and a direct-sales brand partner with Nerium International. She lives with her husband and fellow author, Stuart Vaughn Stockton, in Colorado. They have a daughter and a son, and an Aussie/retriever mix named Roxie. Three of her novels have won annual reader's choice awards.

Review of the Book: 

We never realize how much our past has a direct link to how we will behave in our future.  Many times we believe that if we move or try to forget about it that the pain itself will go away.  A GRAND DESIGN reminds the readers that this is not the case.  It is important to face our pat so that it can not ruin our future.  I enjoyed the friendship between Alyssa and her best friend and her grandmother seemed like such an inspirational lady.  It was nice to see women that are completely opposite in many aspects, but through it all they were there for each other and lifting one another up.

  A Grand Design was an easy read and not overwhelming at all in regards to book length.  Though the book did deal with mature subject manner it was not a book I would be worried about my children picking up.  The author told a story and kept it entertaining along the way without having to use any shock factors.  I found this made the characters seem more "real" and they could have been anyone I know.  Overall I really enjoyed the story and it actually made me a little envious that I do not have a home made quilt that has a story to tell!

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