EXCERPT: Behind the Bars

EXCERPT: Behind the Bars

Read an excerpt from Behind the Bars by Brittany C. Cherry. 

Jazmine Greene was born to be a star. She is a talent triple threat she can sing, dance, and act, her mother made sure of it. Performing is her career and her first priority. Her mother even home schooled her most of her life to make sure she was able to focus. When the family finally finds some stability in New Orleans Jazmine and Ray (her step-father) convince her mom to let her enroll in school.

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REVIEW: Behind the Bars

REVIEW: Behind the Bars

Read reviews for Behind the Bars by Brittany C. Cherry. 

You should read this book if you’re a believer. If you believe that love can have a second chance, if you believe in the power of music, if you believe that you can heal after loss...you should read this book. If you want to believe...you should read this book.

Jazmine is captivated by the music of a jazz musician street performer. She quickly realizes the street performer is Elliott, a classmate of hers. Slowly the two become friends, and eventually young love, bonding over music. When Jazmine’s mother finds a career opportunity for her in London the two are separated. Can they find their way back to each other despite the distance and life altering tragedies that come their way, in this second chance romance?

 

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REVIEW: Real Dirty

REVIEW: Real Dirty

Read a review of Real Dirty by Meghan March. 

If you’re looking for a swoon worthy audiobook, Real Dirty will deliver.  

When the paparazzi start to swarm Boone’s friend and opening act Zane Frisco takes him to the perfect hiding place, the Fish Bowl. It’s a run down bar in the heart of downtown Nashville. It’s perfect because it’s quite and run by Ripley the sassy bar keep. Needless to say Boone and Ripley don’t hit it off well. When Boone tried to help the struggling bar the plan backfires and may set them down the road to closing faster than expected, and only serves to drive a wedge between Boone and Ripley.

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FIRST LOOK: Roomies

FIRST LOOK: Roomies

See what we thought of our first look at Roomies by Christina Lauren. 

For months Holland Bakker has invented excuses to descend into the subway station near her apartment, drawn to the captivating music performed by her street musician crush. Lacking the nerve to actually talk to the gorgeous stranger, fate steps in one night in the form of a drunken attacker. Calvin Mcloughlin rescues her, but quickly disappears when the police start asking questions.

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REVIEW: Brando Part Two

REVIEW: Brando Part Two

Read a review of J.D. Hawkin's Brando Part Two.

I am such a fan of Hawkins work. The minute this book came through on my e-reader I set a date for myself, a glass of wine, and Brando Part Two. I forgot all about the wine, but I didn’t get up until the story was over. I didn’t just read this book I devoured it! 

One of the things that I really enjoyed about this book was Haley’s growth. In the first book she was very timid and shy. In book two she really comes into her own, and there is even a hint of sass.

I absolutely love Brando. This is Hawkins best showing yet.  

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