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Bateman welcomes you to Oregon Country in
the Oregon Brides stories.
Star has a
secret about her past life that she wants to keep hidden.Her
mother working in the Salon.She runs
away and straight into the arms of Michael Riley.The story is not that simple because Michael
has dealt with a past that involves the saloons as well.Will he forgive and be able to move forward?
that all her problems will be solved if she can move her family out west. Now how
to get around that small detail of no husband?Could Andy Riley be the key?
the world at her feet and possesses a wild spirit just like her pa.No man has been able to tame her yet.Will Jonesy succeed where others have failed?
I am a fan
of Tracey Bateman’s writing.I actually
liked Oregon Brides better than the California Chances.I found each story interesting.The book kept my interest all the way
through.I felt hope and joy emanating from
reading a book that can take you back in time.Ms.Bateman describes the ideal
setting for a story of love and romance.What entices you to read a story?Would you be interested in totally escaping?
is visiting to Writer’s Corner on the Chick Lit Plus Blog Tour. She is promoting her debut novel A Year to Remember.
Sara is the
older sibling and today her younger brother Seth is getting married. Sara being the eldest child feels some
animosity towards her sibling on his special day. She is asked to give a speech at his
reception then caught by surprise and doesn’t know what to say at first. Sara vows to get married by her thirtieth
birthday. Let the online dating journey
begin. Sara brings along her friend Missy for support
in carrying out this quest. Will Sara
find someone special? What will she
learn about herself?
If you like
Jennifer Weiner then you will also like Shelly Bell. I had a hard time putting this book
down. I am interested in checking out
this J-Date website is it real? I
thought the story was great. I loved how
the author developed the characters as the story went along.
that this book was very easy to read. I
loved how the plot wasn’t just about finding your mate but also having a
fulfilling life. Another question that
could be asked is what you do have to contribute? A great relationship should seek to fulfill
you. It should also matter what you have
to contribute. Where do your interests
lie? I am a cook, writer, and
reader. I am interested in joining
writing groups or joining a cooking class.
Here is an exerpt from the A Year to Remember:
tightened his grip and pulled me closer. My head rested against his
chest, just as it had all those years ago. His hand moved up and down my
back and I swear he sniffed my hair. I started to get tingly all over
as his hard body rubbed up against mine. I cursed myself for letting him
affect me that way, when I should have known better.
encompassed all my favored physical attributes. Even though my mind
understood he was a jerk, my body lusted after his. I wanted to run my
fingers through his dark brown wavy hair, stare into those deep
chocolate eyes, and strip off his clothes. That’s why I usually stayed
at least five feet away from him at all times.
Under the circumstances, I wouldn’t be able to follow my own rules.
longer we danced, the faster my pulse raced. I swore I felt his own
heart beating quicker, too, and his breathing seemed deeper, as if he
couldn’t get enough air.
His lips brush my ear. Oh my God, was he going to kiss me?
“I liked your speech, Sara. All your talk about beshert.”
I didn’t dare raise my eyes to meet his. Instead, I kept my gaze focused on his chest.
“Thanks, Goldman. That’s nice of you to say.”
“Do you really think you’ll find someone to marry you within the year?”
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