LV’s Monday Meanderings… October 29, 2018

Happy Monday, Meanderers! As you very well know by now, I created this regular newsletter to keep me engaged with you on a regular basis. This will provide a way for you to know what’s going on with me even though I’m not camping out on Social Media anymore. This week I’m low on items to meander about because I worked extra hours on both jobs last week. But, I do have an excellent novel to share with you that I’ve read recently. Hopefully, I’ll have more to share next week.

 

Writing, Writing, Writing!

Because my week was spent working hard on both jobs, I hardly got any writing done. This week will be different because I’m scheduling my writing time and actually putting it on my calendar as if it were a meeting. These are the lengths we part-time writers have to go to from time to time in order to get anything done. I have two four hour blocks of time on Tuesday and Thursday to hopefully get a large chunk of writing done.

Speaking of writing, if you want to read any of my books while you’re waiting on my new stuff to publish, you can find all my books here, where most of them are $0.99, even the Venture Capitalist, if you didn’t grab it while it was FREE: LV Lewis books!

The Last Book I Read…

The Fall Before Flight

by L. M. Halloran

There’s off-limits…
and then there’s your psychiatrist.
 

They call this place Oasis, and he’s the doctor in charge.

He thinks he can save me. Heal me.
Catch me if I fall…
Yeah, right.
Dr. Leo Chastain is a mouthwatering distraction.
For that reason alone, I’m inclined to play his game.
He doesn’t know I’m incapable of emotions that come naturally to others,
like fear, compassion, love…
I might be a sociopath.
I warned him my kind of broken can’t be fixed.
That the harder he pushes, the harder I’ll push back.
Until he’s broken, too.
I warned him.

My Review

The Fall Before Flight is an exceptionally well-written patient-therapist novel. It is also a fantastic, slow-burn romance in which you will feel the tensions rise between the hero and heroine until the pressure explodes! Dr. Leo Chastain and Amelia “Mia” Sloan our male and female protagonists will reel you in quickly and have you hooked on the plot that develops between them. Leo’s character is an enigma, a puzzle that Mia is determined to solve for her own purposes. Mia views herself as a bad girl, broken from a devastating childhood event which no one has been able to rescue her from. I was thoroughly intrigued by her character, because what was first put forth as a cut-and-dried reason for her neuroses evolves into something much more. Mia’s story is made all the more complex through idiosyncrasies deftly revealed by the author, the revelation of which aid in the progression of the plot and her character’s growth. When I began reading, I was wondering how the author would end this seemingly untenable situation between a patient and her therapist without some asinine plot machination that wasn’t believable. However, Halloran was able to suspend the reader’s disbelief and craft a work of fiction that was genius.

Vic’s Tasty Treat by Christina Rose Andrews

Description

After a bad break up, Paige was ready for a new beginning. She never expected that beginning would come in the form of her new neighbor’s blazing hot son, Vic, who was volun-told to help her prepare for the neighborhood Halloween extravaganza.

Vic was everything a red-blooded woman could want: smart, sweet, sexy. And ten years younger than her. Paige longed to make her Vic-filled fantasies a reality, but if that happens… what then? Especially when something unexpected happens to threaten her newfound happiness.

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