Sunday, January 31, 2016

"My Wife’s Li’l Secret" by Eve Rabi #Books

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She called me the miracle in her life, I called her my little treasure. Sounds corny, I know, but I really believed I was the luckiest bastard on earth. I had the loving and supportive wife, a nurturing mother to our two precious girls, a thriving business and the future looked rosy. I was a contented man.

But overnight everything changed. My wife withdrew from me, ignored our children, and made it clear she was no longer interested in playing the role of wife and mother. We had two children under five, they needed her.

I needed her. When her dressing began to change and she disappeared for hours, I suspected I was not enough for her. Thinking she was having an affair, I placed my wife of five years under surveillance. What my surveillance revealed shook my world, broke my heart and went on to expose a web of lies and deceit.

If you enjoy contemporary romance, romantic mystery thrillers, romance novels with alpha males, and major crime suspense stories, then you will enjoy this explosive, drama filled, book from Eve Rabi which will keep you turning pages.


“I have loved every single one of Eve’s books, this one however was a hit out the park!”

"Wish I could award this book 10 out of 5 STARS!!"

“Riveting from beginning to end. The twists and turns this book takes are unimaginable!"

"Wow I was totally entranced with this book from the beginning!"

"All in all I loved this book, it made me laugh, cry, hold my breath till I went blue, smile and finally caused my heart to break for Ritchie!"

"Very gripping but sad story line! But keep the tissues handy."

“Drama, suspense, mystery, action, romance and sex – this fast-paced thriller has it all. Buckle up. You and your kindle are in for a ride, Eve Rabi style.”

"Twists that will blow your mind and make you think about this book long after you finish it."

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Sunday, January 17, 2016

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There are two realizations that can change your life:

1.) Everyday people can do extraordinary things.
2.) You can learn something from anyone if you ask the right questions.

We all have the same 24 hours in a day. What are you doing with today's 24 HOURS that will make you proud of the life you’ve lived 24 YEARS from now?

In my DREAMCATCHER SERIES, I'll be sharing stories of everyday people doing extraordinary things so you can be inspired to use YOUR 24 meaningfully. This channel comes from me always being the one "askin' all them questions."

I've learned a lot of people find motivation in discussion. So, to further inspire you to use your 24 in ways that will make YOU proud, my CONVERSATION SERIES will have thought provoking topics of discussion to engage you in thought sharing.

Sometimes, it only takes one conversation to change a life. Which one will change yours?

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Monday, January 4, 2016

"Street Corners" by Crystal Hickerson @CrystalShow1 #Books

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The thoughts that entered her mind as she waited were scattered and jagged. Thoughts of her mother, Candy, the life on the streets, the nights in Tony's arms. They all entered in no particular order with no particular sense to them until one question formed and this is the question that stuck. 

Who should she kill first?? 

Now you have to ask yourself: What would you do to keep your man, to make him stay, to make him choose you? What corner of darkness would you be sucked into because you couldn't stop loving him? 

Antonio Jackson was not a very nice guy; he was brutal, merciless, and a cold blooded killer. Yet one woman vowed to stand by him, and another vowed to destroy him, but they were both doomed to love him.

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Crystal Hickerson was born in Queens, NY growing up in New York City as well as Tennessee in her teenage years. She has written and published four novels, The Magician, Street Corners, Wanted, and her last novel The Volunteer.

Crystal has worked in the hospice field for over 15 years. She started as a grief counselor before moving into volunteer management. Being witness to the wonderful awe inspiring work that volunteers do, inspired her to write her novel, The Volunteer.

Crystal Hickerson holds a bachelor's degree in Sociology with a minor in criminal justice. She has over 10 years experience in speaking and training.

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