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All Is Bright by P. Jameson

 
 

June 7, 2017

 

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Jeri’s Book Attic

 
 

 

 

Title :              All Is Bright

Author :           P. Jameson

Series :            n/a

Release date :   December 21st 2016

Rating :           3 Stars

 

 

Blurb : ***A brand new stand-alone holiday story from P. Jameson***

 

All Francesca Brightwood wants for Christmas is a cure for loneliness. Past tragedies have left her with nothing but her home, her family’s inherited flower shop, and a desperate hope that something brighter is on the horizon. In walks Malcom, right off the streets, and her heart takes notice. The honest way he looks at her, like she’s the calm to his storm, tells her there’s a chance her wishes could come true. But the closer they become, the more Malcom’s mysterious history seems impossible to hurdle.

 

Malcom “Skinner” Frazier is hiding from his past, and trying to heal from a crippling injury. When he finds himself in front of Brightwoods Floral & Gifts, he has no idea the woman inside is just as lost as he is. Drawn by her kindness and the careful tenderness in her eyes, he begins to wonder if she can help him find his way. But when the past comes calling, and all of Malcom’s secrets are revealed, will Francesca accept what he truly is and the future he wants with her.

 

***Contains adult language and explicit sex scenes. Intended for mature audiences only.

 

Review : I was first drawn to the cover which I felt was a really good one and when I read the Blurb I thought – well – usually I am not into short stories but as I was in the spirit for Christmas Love – I would give it a go. AND

 

Considering that short story really have a hard time getting decend ratings with me – this one did quite good … ADDING

 

The Fact that I am pretty sure I would not have choosen the book if I had known  what kind of paranormal “species” we were talking about – I think this book did extremely well. To be totally honest I did not even guess it would be paranormal at ALL from that Blurb.

 

Actually I am really considering if I need to change my oppinion on this specific genre. I might ask my Co-Blogger who is more into reading those what she thinks would be a suitable book for people like me to start with … lets see…

 

Lovely Lovestory for “parnormal”-readers – just don’t expect more depth than a shortstory can give.

 

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