This morning I woke to an awesome and unexpected 4.5 star book review from a person I had never met. Folks, that is an AWESOME feeling 😀
If you are a reader, you have all the power of a superhero. You hold the keys to the Book Universe and your superhero ability is the power of stars and words. We authors are a needy bunch. One bad word can turn us off and sink us into despair, which honestly is a fairly short trip for most of us. I see even ESTABLISHED BEST-SELLING authors reduced to dust or transported to Nirvana with one book review.
I loved this review and ALL of the reviews so far more than you could know. In fact, I’ve loved them more than a two-handed belly rub.
I review and star all of the books I read now as well. I won’t give a snarky or bad review. If I don’t like a book, I just won’t review it. But that is my philosophy. I don’t want to tear anyone down, and I’ll guarantee SOMEONE will find that same book at just the right time and LOVE it. Every book has it’s tribe.
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Reap & Repent blurb
They see death. Can they share a life?
Ruth Scott can read the energy of every person she meets. Then she meets Deacon Walker. She can see his ice-blue eyes, his black hair, and his gorgeous face. But this beautiful stranger has no aura.
Deacon is just as unsettled by Ruth—and, having spent more than two hundred years ushering souls to Purgatory, Deacon is seldom shocked by anything. As he helps Ruth to understand her true nature, she awakens desires that he decided long ago a Reaper can’t afford.
A demon invasion forces Deacon to confront the darkness in his own past even as he fights to save the human souls he’s charged to protect. When he’s taken captive, his first concern is for Ruth. But Ruth just might be able to save herself—and the Reaper she can’t live without—if she can learn to wield her newfound powers.