Welcome back to Fiction Friday! It's been a couple of weeks but that's because Rob popped up last week and loaded us with 24 hours of goodness at the Go Go Gala and Hollywood Film Awards.
This is also our last giveaway before we kick off the RobHoliday Season when our giveaways are bigger. :) Keep your eyes peeled for it to start on Thanksgiving but right now we have the first novel in the Swept Away series by New York Times bestselling author, J.S. Cooper. ILLUSION is the beginning of a dark and sexy trilogy with the stage set on a desert island. I read desert island and I think of Surviving Bella (now a published story). That's never a bad thing for me since I looked that fic. Click HERE to read an excerpt of ILLUSION on Amazon.
Bianca finds herself kidnapped and locked up in a van with a strange man. Ten hours later, they’re dumped on a deserted island.
Bianca has no idea what’s going on and her attraction to this stranger is the only thing keeping her fear at bay.
Jakob wants only to figure out why they’ve been left on the island and how they can get off. But as the days go by, he can’t ignore his growing fascination with Bianca.
In order to survive, Bianca and Jakob must figure out how they’re connected, but as they grow closer, secrets are revealed that may destroy everything they thought they knew about each other.
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Congrats to the winners! They were already contacted last week. :)
Deep in the Heart of Me is such a perfect title for Tonio. This boy FEELS. All caps. The story is still stressful and I'm not sure if we're out of the woods. But my oh my I'm so attached to his strength of heart. I'm also reading an older story, Nightingale. It's by Mrs. Brownloe who wrote two of my favorite stories ever - The Mail Order Bride and Bear Valley Ranch (the sequel). I like that I'm reading this story in conjunction with DITHOM, which is rooted deeply in "Edward". Nightingale is very much BPOV. I haven't even met Edward yet. Bella is on quite the journey and it's another period piece. The writing is fantastic and transports you just like a counselor fic. It feels authentic and immersive. Check out all the stories I've mentioned if you love strong writing and rich period stories.
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