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Unwrapping a Marriage: Book Review

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Unwrapping a Marriage

By Reana Malori & Michel Prince

**A collaboration from two of your favorite Multicultural / Interracial Authors. Just in time for the holiday season.**

What do you do when the love that once set you free, feels like it’s holding you prisoner?

Sterling and Elizabeth Jackson have built a life most would envy. A beautiful home, two wonderful children and a very comfortable lifestyle. Yet something is tearing them apart. With divorce looming, they are trying to make it through the holiday season for their family.

With clashing schedules, demands from employers and two busy kids, the former lovers have managed to stay out of each other’s orbit, at least for a while. But Fate, or maybe their well-meaning family, has set them up on a collision course.

Past memories bubble up to the surface and there’s nothing to stem the flow. What once was amazing has turned hurtful and full of pain. But is that the real story? Is it too late for a couple who once lived and breathed for each other to find their way back?

There’s a thin line between love and hate. Will Sterling and Elizabeth be able to mend a love that seems broken and lost, or will the final pull on the holiday ribbon unwrap their last chance to save their marriage.

Available on Amazon September 13, 2016, just in time for the holidays!

Note: I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

My Review: With their marriage unraveling at the seams, Beth and Sterling are trying to hold it together until after the holidays. Overworked and facing daily temptations from an attractive client, Sterling is frustrated by his wife’s animosity. Stressed from trying to juggle a demanding job, two kids, and scouting responsibilities, Beth is too tired and busy to deal with her husband. Past resentments and a years of miscommunication have pushed this couple apart, and neither of them believe that even a Christmas miracle could heal the rift between them.

Anyone who has been married with children can probably relate to huge portions of this story. The authors bring to life the raw emotion and pain of a marriage in distress. I’ve been there, struggling to raise children while working full time and participating in numerous activities with my kids. It’s exhausting in a way I can’t explain, but the authors of this book have perfectly described how it feels to have so much on your plate and to feel the other partner isn’t doing their fair share. This story is also filled with hope and sexual expectation. It’s about love, family, and devotion. It’s also realistic. When a marriage is in crisis, there is no quick fix. Unwrapping a Marriage is real, passionate, and heartbreaking in a way that will bring tears to your eyes. I wholeheartedly recommend it.

My Rating:

5 stars

Pre-order a copy of Unwrapping a Marriage on Amazon.

 

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When a Man Loves a Woman: A Love Divine

When a Man Loves a Woman 2: A Love Divine

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By Tumika Patrice Cain

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When a Man Loves a Woman 2: A Love Divine, is a story of hope, accepting love, embracing one’s personal truths, and making no apologies for it.

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Jacquie remembered a time when she was once a tender, caring, hopeless romantic. But happily-ever-after’s and once-upon-a-time fairytales, proved over time to be just that – fairytales. After what she feels has been “a lifetime” of true love eluding her, she loses all hope, resigning to live a single (and loveless) existence. As time passes, she shifts her focus, choosing to concentrate on her career and makes the best of it…alone.

Gorgeous, artsy and charismatic was the man who Jacquie’s eyes fell upon, causing her heart to beat in a rhythm she’d forgotten existed. Michael was more than enough man to make her lose herself inside dreams of a future interwoven with the very fabric of all that defined the beauty of being in love.

But just like in fairytales, there’s always something out of place. For alas, this knight in chocolate armor, was twelve years her junior – an age gap that defined a cultural difference and a major problem for Jacquie’s overbearing mother. Will pressure from family and other obligations turn their love into a nightmare? Or can Michael and Jacquie tune out the rest of the world, embrace the sweetness that they share, and build a foundation that lasts?

In book two of the series, When a Man Loves a Woman: A Love Divine, is a story of hope, accepting love, embracing one’s personal truths, and making no apologies for it.

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Meet The Characters

Meet Jacquie: She’s a beautiful, single, almost 40 year old BBW who has never been married, has no children and has given up hope that it will ever happen for her. A real salt of the earth type of woman, she’s gentle, loyal, loving…and unfortunately, unfulfilled in her carefully controlled existence. Will she ever be able to see her dreams fulfilled?

Meet Michael: He is young, gorgeous, artsy and free. A real solid individual, he’s all about his business and not playing any games. Having a relationship is also the farthest thing from his mind! And then he meets Jacquie…

For Jacquie, Michael is everything she’s been told she should stay away from. For Michael, Jacquie is the dream he didn’t even realize he was waiting to come true.

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Excerpt

Jacquie didn’t know exactly when it happened. She just knew that it did. She found herself in love. And what was funniest of all was how different he was than what she’d always thought she wanted or been told she should want. He was twelve years her junior, but more man than anyone who had ever come before him. Dealing with him was like a welcomed cool lakeside breeze on a scorching summer day.

Michael was everything she’d ever dreamed of, but didn’t know that she needed or wanted. Tender. Sweet. Attentive. Strong, but not overbearing. All things cool. So opposite of her in many ways, yet so like her in many ways that mattered. It was a perfect fit.

There was a vibrancy about him that instantly caused everything in her to perk up and take notice. He made her want to wear bright colored clothing and flowers in her hair. Big hoop earrings and sexy sandals to show off blood red toenails and fresh pedicures. This was such a huge shift for her. Always prone to muted colors and conservative clothing, she had been raised to subdue everything about herself, almost to the point of extinction of her authentic self. At times she didn’t quite know what to make of the changes taking place in her life. When it became scary, she urged herself to press on pass the fear. This was such a great time to be alive, and for the first time in her life, she actually found that she was happy to be in the land of the living.

It’s funny, but she hadn’t realized how much of a drag her life was until being in his presence made her feel so alive. Made her wonder how long had she been walking around half dead just waiting on someone to breathe life into her. Well, whatever he had, made her spirit soar high above the clouds. In his presence, she became a bird; free to roam, to fly unhindered, to just be. He was the key that unlocked the cage she’d lived in her entire life. Suddenly, she felt years younger. Almost how the teenage years should have been if she hadn’t been so bogged down with responsibilities and pressures. Finally, she felt like other girls looked: youthful, carefree, lovely. She was loving every minute of it!

Old behaviors didn’t just disappear overnight. The practicalities making up her personality were still very much alive and at work. What was different was a newness to get out from under the mundane and do something…anything!…new. This new found state put her in a place where she could dream again. Come to think of it, she couldn’t remember the last time she’d dreamed about doing anything. Clueless as to how to change her life, the dreams slowly faded away like the last refrain of a song. Repeat, repeat, then fade, fade, fade until finally it was gone. Over. Finito. That’s what happened to Jacquie. Her dreams had died into the empty pause that lives between songs. He was her new song.

This season would start with a fresh hairdo. The signature wrap, although lovely and perfectly coiffed, would have to go. Surely she could find some sort of sweeping updo that could be versatile enough for both day and night, work and play. Until the right look came along, Jacquie found herself really studying the looks of other women who had some of what she felt being birthed in her spirit. That’s what made her decide to finally let the soft coral nail color go in search of something vibrant and popping. Yep….fire engine red. How about that?! She found a similar color for her lips, as well as a plum, bronze and a translucent shade to switch up her looks.

Clothing was next. Flirty skirts, fitted tops, and big belts replaced stiff suits and pleated pants. And for leisure, she went all out. Wide-legged pants, fitted jeans, long tops, high heeled boots, funky jewelry. She was absolutely loving this transformation. Her new colors were extreme. Orange, fuchsia, lime green, hot pink, reds, plums, emeralds, bronze, cobalt – even in the winter. A host of jewel tones to help celebrate her new found Queendom. Yes, it was high time a daughter of royalty looked like one. She had been a King’s kid living beneath her privilege for far too long.

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Meet Tumika

Tumika Patrice Cain is an award-winning author and media personality whose works center around the complexities of the human experience. Through her writing she takes a global look at issues that affect women and crafts authentic, well-rounded characters and plots so rich that are so relatable they feel like personal friends to the readers. She is also the founder of Say What?? Book club, book reviewer, contributing writer for The Belief Magazine, and former columnist/book reviewer for PEN’Ashe Magazine. Her works center around the complexities of the human experience and in uplifting the spirit. An assignment for a second grade class sparked her interest in writing that would quickly become her raison d’etre. As an educator, she wholeheartedly believes that each one should reach one; each one should teach one. Tumika is also a respected editor and publisher. When she is not writing, she may be found teaching writer’s workshops, blogging, volunteering, and otherwise beautifying the world around her. She is the author of the award winning novel, When a Man Loves a Woman: A Season of Change; After the Rain…a Poetry Collective; and The Heart of a Woman: Poetry, Short Stories & Tekaisms. Book 2 of the When a Man Loves a Woman series will be released in April 2016. Her works have been published in a number of anthologies, magazines and periodicals. You may follow her on Facebook: Tumika Patrice Cain and on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest & Goodreads: @TumikaPatrice. http://www.TumikaPatrice.com

Tumika Patrice Cain is changing lives one word at a time…

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It’s Like the Full Moon Book Tour

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TitleIt’s Like the Full Moon

Series: Sayings Series 1
AuthorGlorie Townson
GenreContemporary Romance
Reading LevelAdult
Content RatingPG-13
Formats: paperback and ebook
Pages: 235
Words: 57,000


Rebecca has just turned thirty. She’s happy living a perfectly comfortable and predictable life. She’s even ready to marry her long-time boyfriend whenever he finally gets around to asking her. But all that changes when her best friend whisks her away to Italy for a much-needed vacation.
In the midst of site seeing and finally letting loose, Rebecca manages to catch the eye of a young English tourist; but doesn’t let it go to her head. By the time she’s back in the states and back in the arms of her long-time beau, Rebecca has already forgotten about Peter, Paten, Paul…whatever his name was, that is until he shows up at her brother’s cabin in the woods.
A life of normalcy, routine, and stability gets turned upside down as Rebecca decides whether or not she’s truly ready to get married. And if so, who is the one she’s really meant to be with?

Tell us a little about yourself.

Well, my name is Glorie Townson, but I’m basically an alternate personality for author, Toi Thomas. We are much the same, but where we differ makes a difference. While she’s all things geek, I love tea cups, Betty Boop, and musicals.

Coffee, tea, other or why?

Well, I can see you’ve read the book. For me, it’s tea all the way. Green tea first, an assortment of herbal teas, and then black and oolong. But if you happen to have a bold Earl Grey with some Irish crème, I’ll take it any day.

What is your greatest reading pet peeve?

If you’re speaking of things I personally don’t like in writing, I’ll keep that to myself, since it’s personal. Outside of that, I reach the edge of homicide when someone tries to make small talk while I’m reading.

What do you like most about writing?

I like the idea of creating something and since I’m not a painter or musician, words on the page or screen are my tools and canvas.

What do you like least about writing?

The technical stuff like style and grammar. These are skills that need to be developed and improved constantly when pursuing publication. While this is very important, it’s not really fun.

Do you have a signature look, article of clothing, or accessory that you like to wear when promoting your work?

Not yet, but I’m working on it. Toi wears an angel wing necklace when promoting her Eternal Curse Series. I’m still looking for my signature piece.

How did you feel when It’s Like the Full Moon was completed?

I was very excited and also nervous. This is the first time I’ve able to express myself in writing. Toi’s all speculative fiction, but this contemporary romance is something new and exciting. I hope someone out there likes it.

Any advice for aspiring writers?

Oh yes. Write whenever you can. Hone your skill and don’t be afraid to try new things. Most of all, write because you love to write.



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Glorie Townson is more than just a pen name for the author, Toi Thomas; she’s an entirely different personality. Glorie is the softer side of Toi, who puts down her comic books and picks up a volume of Robert Frost poems. Like Toi, Glorie is happily married to her wonderfully supportive husband, and together they share a home with their pet turtle, Betty. This is Glorie’s first publication, but she’s already feeling the inspiration to pen another tale, to which she’ll gladly share with the world. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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It’s Like the Full Moon Book Tour

See other reviews, interviews, and follow this tour here.

Title: It’s Like the Full Moon
Series: Sayings Series 1
Author: Glorie Townson
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Reading Level: Adult
Content Rating: PG-13
Formats: paperback and ebook
Pages: 235
Words:57,000
Rebecca has just turned thirty. She’s happy living a perfectly comfortable and predictable life. She’s even ready to marry her long-time boyfriend whenever he finally gets around to asking her. But all that changes when her best friend whisks her away to Italy for a much-needed vacation.
In the midst of site seeing and finally letting loose, Rebecca manages to catch the eye of a young English tourist; but doesn’t let it go to her head. By the time she’s back in the States and back in the arms of her long-time beau, Rebecca has already forgotten about Peter, Paten, Paul…whatever his name was, that is until he shows up at her brother’s cabin in the woods.
A life of normalcy, routine, and stability gets turned upside down as Rebecca decides whether or not she’s truly ready to get married. And if so, who is the one she’s really meant to be with?

Rebecca loves Virgil, but she isn’t sure she’s in love with him. And she isn’t certain she wants to get married, at least not anytime soon. On the verge of a breakdown, she goes to Italy with her best friend in hopes she’ll be able to sort out her thoughts. Things get even more complicated when she meets Paul, an adorable Englishman who captivates her with his charm and divine accent. Now Rebecca isn’t sure what she wants or who she wants to be with. If she doesn’t decide soon, she might lose it all.

Glorie Townson’s debut contemporary romance novel is alternately humorous, heartbreaking, and dramatic. Rebecca’s journey isn’t all about romance and love interests. It’s about resolving issues with her father, facing tragedy, grieving, and ultimately discovering who she is and what she wants out of life. Rebecca is a sympathetic, realistic, and sometimes frustrating character. She’s normally independent and confident, but when it comes to love, she’s lost in confusion. What should be a simple decision, becomes increasingly complicated. Townson has created a diverse cast of characters with unique personalities. Family is very important in this book, and Rebecca’s tight-knit unit of family and friends are essential to this book. If you’re a fan of contemporary romance or chick-lit, you should definitely give this book a try!

Note: I received an advance-release copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This book is currently available for Pre-order as an ebook through Amazon.com and as a paperback direct from the author. Be sure to pre-order your copy at its reduced introductory rate and save your receipt number to earn extra entries into Glorie’s cool giveaway.

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Glorie Townson is more than just a pen name for the author, Toi Thomas; she’s an entirely different personality. Glorie is the softer side of Toi, who puts down her comic books and picks up a volume of Robert Frost poems. Like Toi, Glorie is happily married to her wonderfully supportive husband, and together they share a home with their pet turtle, Betty. This is Glorie’s first publication, but she’s already feeling the inspiration to pen another tale, to which she’ll gladly share with the world.

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Felicity’s Power: Book Release

Felicity’s Power
J. Arlene Culiner
Contemporary Romance from The Wild Rose Press

San Francisco, 1971: hippies in the streets, music and revolution in the air. The evening Marek Sumner opened his door to the wild-looking Felicity Powers, he knew nothing would ever be the same again. But even love and passion couldn’t keep them together.

Forty-three years later, having lived in the world’s most dangerous places as a foreign aid worker, Felicity is back, still offering him love, passion, and adventure. But why would Marek risk having his heart broken a second time? Now a well-known author, he loves his calm, solitary life in an isolated farmhouse. He and Felicity are just too different; their relationship could never work.

But Felicity is just as fascinating and joyful as ever, and that wonderful sexy magic is still there too. As for love, perhaps it’s even deeper and more delightful the second time around.

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Felicity’s Power: Coming face-to-face with a lover forty years later…

Sure, meeting an old lover is a dramatic situation, all right — but Felicity Powers never shies away from drama. Sure, she’s forty years older. Sure, she’s not the auburn-haired rebel Marek Sumner once loved. Sure, their long-ago romance came to a disastrous end. But she’s never stopped loving Marek, and she wants to know if they can make their wonderful love story work again. And, for that, all she has to do is jump on a plane, cross half the world, and go to his book signing in San Francisco. Of course, it’s a mad plan, but Felicity has always believed that, if you want something, go out and fight for it. Yes…sometimes you don’t win. Nobody wins all the time.

Marek Sumner has never forgotten Felicity — how could he? She came searing into his life like a burning comet, they lived together, loved. Then, one day, the romance was over. Felicity was gone again, off to discover the world, to push life to its limits. And Marek had stayed in San Francisco to finish his degree, become a professor. How could their romance have lasted? They were so different.

Then, on this sunny evening forty years later, the door opens, and Felicity and Marek are face-to-face once again.

Excerpt from Felicity’s Power:

“Making a quick getaway?” Felicity stood in the doorway taking in the scene: the open but fully packed suitcase on the bed, Marek’s trench coat flung over the table. He was on his way out. No denying the evidence.

Marek sat in the armchair by the window, his face tight, his eyes haunted. “I’m sitting here, in a chair, right? Aren’t the words ‘a quick getaway’ somewhat of an exaggeration?” He drawled the words out slowly, mockingly.

“Okay then. A slow getaway.”

He stared at her, unable to pull his eyes away. Her face was pale, her expression wild. Loose tendrils of hair shadowed her neck, calling attention to the slow throb of veins under the delicate skin. She looked sexy as hell. Tempting and far too dangerous to think about.

“Not quick, not slow. Neither one of the above. No getaway.” His voice was icy, impersonal.

“That!” Her arm waved wildly, gesticulated in the direction of the suitcase. A sharp, searing feeling of betrayal mixed with humiliation kept her tense, unrelenting. “I mean, if you want me out of here, all you have to do is tell me. Since you’re obviously desperate to get rid of me.” She felt as if she’d been stabbed. She crossed the room slowly until she was standing beside him, staring down at him, her eyes flashing with determination and fury. “But let’s not forget you were the one who invited me up here. Remember? I didn’t ask to be put up in your hotel room.”

But you might have done so. If he hadn’t taken matters into his own hands. Well, never again. Never. Your time is up as far as I’m concerned, Marek Sumner!

He stood up, studied her for a minute, silently.

“God, you’re beautiful.” It was as if the words had been wrenched out of him, as if he would have given anything not to say them, but they made her heart stand still.

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About J. Arlene Culiner:

Born in New York, raised in Toronto, J. Arlene Culiner has spent most of her life in England, Germany, Turkey, Greece, Hungary and the Sahara. She now resides in a 400-year-old former inn in a French village of no real interest. Much to everyone’s dismay, she protects all living creatures — especially spiders and snakes — and her wild (or wildlife) garden is a classified butterfly and bird reserve.

In her perfectly realistic contemporary romances, heroines are funny, and heroes are dashingly lovable. All are proudly over the age of forty.

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Interview with J. Arlene Culiner

Today’s guest is J. Arlene Culiner who is here to talk with us about her latest release, A Swan’s Sweet Song:

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A Swan’s Sweet Song:  A Contemporary Romance from The Wild Rose Press

The air sizzles when a country music star and renowned playwright meet, but can opposites fall in love?

The instant Sherry Valentine and Carston Hewlett meet, there’s desire and fascination in the air…but they’re complete opposites.

Smart-talking Sherry fought her way up from poverty to stardom as a country music singer. Now, she’s ever in the limelight, ever surrounded by clamoring fans, male admirers and paparazzi, and her spangled cowboy boots carry her all across the country, from one brightly lit stage to the next.

A renowned but reclusive playwright, Carston cherishes his freedom, the silence of his home in the woods and his solitary country walks.

Any long-term commitment is obviously out of the question: how about a quick and passionate fling?

But when their names are linked in the scandal press, Sherry’s plans to become an actress are revealed. And the budding relationship seems doomed.

Can you ignore a passionate attraction? Of course you can’t. Carston soon decides he’ll do anything in his power to bring Sherry into his orbit again. And that also means letting go of a few well-kept secrets…

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Hi, and welcome back to Authors to Watch. Can you tell us a little about yourself?

I live in a small French village for six months of the year, and in the Paris area for the other six months. I do go on the road too, for research, to “gather atmospheres” for my stories, or just for the pleasure of spending days walking along the ancient sunken pre-Roman green lanes, going from one village to the other — you can do that sort of thing in Europe.
I write in several different genres: contemporary romance, narrative non-fiction, social critical mystery, but all the books get the same amount of attention. I put my heart into all of them, rewrite each many times over so they sound like something that will be pleasurable to read.

Can you tell us about your most recent release?

My recent release is, A Swan’s Sweet Song. It’s the story of a country singer, Sherry Valentine, who is tired of being on stage, of being followed by journalists and fans, of stage make-up, and dyed hair, and pointy cowboy boots. She wants a career change and thinks this is the right time to follow her dream and become an actress. Her agent, Charlie Bacon, thinks that’s a great idea too, especially when he notices that there’s a definite attraction between Sherry and a very intelligent, sexy playwright, Carston Hewlett. Carston, however, is a loner. He lives in the country, in an isolated house, and although he really does think Sherry is quite wonderful and very funny, he just doesn’t see how a romance will work. Not only that…he has a definite allergy to people who want to use him for his contacts in the theater world.

How did you get the idea for the book?

Years ago, I worked in a local (French) radio station and had a country music program. My job wasn’t just to play music: I had to talk about the origins of country music, present different musicians and talk about their musical styles. I had to do considerable research, and all that information has stayed with me. I did sometimes think about using it in a story, but I wasn’t quite sure how.

Around a year and a half ago, I decided to write a romance with a hero and heroine who were complete opposites. For some reason, I remembered those long ago days at the radio station, and how exciting it was to see new people walk through the door every day — some were very charming. I was single at the time, and I wondered if, one day, I’d fall madly in love with one of them… And remembering that, gave me the beginning of my book, A Swan’s Sweet Song.

What is your primary goal as an author?

My primary goal is to entertain, make people feel good, laugh to carry them away to another world. If my characters are well written and original, then people will be happy to meet them, spend time with them. For me, meeting delightful characters is like making new friends. But I also want people to learn about something new when they read my books – I love learning from others, so this is just a way of sharing — so I always make sure there is juicy information of some kind in everything I write.

What advice would you offer to new or aspiring authors?

To polish every phrase. To never be discouraged. To strive for originality. To challenge yourself, never get too comfortable, and never be smug. Always remember that you won’t make money as a writer, but you’re doing it because you have an important story to tell and because you love the people you’re writing for.

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About J. Arlene Culiner:

Born in New York, raised in Toronto, J. Arlene Culiner has spent most of her life in England, Germany, Turkey, Greece, Hungary and the Sahara. She now resides in a 400-year-old former inn in a French village of no real interest. Much to everyone’s dismay, she protects all living creatures — especially spiders and snakes — and her wild (or wildlife) garden is a classified butterfly and bird reserve.

In her perfectly realistic contemporary romances, heroines are funny, and heroes are dashingly lovable. All are proudly over the age of forty.

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