The Not-So-Perfect Heroine
Gloria Atcheson (Author)
( 7+ Reviews )

“The Not-So-Perfect Heroine” by Gloria Atcheson is a how-to in finding yourself. Atcheson brings beautiful writing and compelling down to earth lessons for feeling better and improving the home, wrapped around a tale of empathy and love.

“The Not-So-Perfect Heroine” is the perfect book for those interested in self-help, organization, the FLY system, or motivational works. Easy to relate to, this story never pretends that life is always easy, and instead offers ways to work with a disorganized household until it is something better. Readers will find new life skills, and inspiration for moving ever forward within “The Not-So-Perfect Heroine”, just as Elizabeth does with the FlyLady in the story. The heroine of this tale finds that a cluttered house and a cluttered life can be overcome with a good system, as much work as it does take. The author knows all too well that feeling overwhelmed is a common ailment, but taking tasks apart and gaining a drive to keep on going can help make life move smoother, and with more joy. Atcheson plays with an interesting format, using dialog taking place inside a chat room, and so the audience gets a glimpse into an intimate piece of a larger concept and story. The narrative speaks to those who want to find that special something in their lives, or those who have a desire to get a life back on track. This is a wonderfully fluid way of introducing the concept of a life changing system within a readable and easy to digest storyline.

Under the guise of fiction, this is actually a very personal story for the author, which brings an air of understanding and passion for those reading the tale. As such, this FlyBaby story goes above and beyond expectations, and is a must-buy for anyone looking to change their lives for the better. “The Not-So-Perfect Heroine” by Gloria Atcheson should be read, reread, shared with loved ones, and kept for when the reader needs a burst of encouragement. – GoodbooksToday.com Reviews

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Gloria Atcheson
ASIN: B00RD1VYGS

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A Devil of a Time
Gretchen Jeannette (Author)
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Young adult and older fans of American history, historical fiction, romance, and war, will find “A Devil of a Time” by Gretchen Jeannette compelling and more intriguing with every turn of the page. Staged during the Revolutionary War, the excitement builds in this riveting follow up to “The Devil Take Tomorrow”, with brilliant story telling and believable characters. This is adventure at the finest level, wrapped up in a history lesson one will not soon forget.

With all the twists and turns, Jeannette’s writing is incredibly gripping. The reader will behold as love attempts to find a way, and good and evil face off once again. Yet, with all of the fantastic imagery and the well-woven story, the air of realism is never lost. Instead, the tale is well grounded in true to life emotions and events during this tremendously important time of change in the past. Logically, those aware of the tales of yesteryear would have some sense of the ending, and yet, this story goes so far beyond expectations that it does not cease to be suspenseful and thrilling.

The history involved is well researched, the characters are interesting and complex, and the details Jeannette uses to permeate every inch of the book makes for a rich story, building off of the book before it with elegance. Audiences will find themselves drawn to the hero, and interest will be peaked by the Revolutionary War as it is shown. The story is one of dramatic times and passionate people exploding into an action filled tale to be remembered. “A Devil of a Time” is unpredictable and satisfying, with a setting gorgeously painted by Gretchen Jeannette’s writing style. Despite the complexity of the storytelling, the book is easy to read and intellectually absorb, which makes the experience all the more enjoyable. Gretchen Jeannette’s “A Devil of a Time” goes well beyond expectation, giving the reader a brilliant imagining of romance and battle right alongside a detailed historical tale. “A Devil of a Time” therefore comes recommended for purchase. A title such as Gretchen Jeannette’s belongs on the reader’s home bookshelf, and in the hands of friends to be discussed and read again. – GoodbooksToday.com Reviews

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Gretchen Jeannette
ASIN: 1502990865

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Click. Date. Repeat.
K. Farnham (Author)

“Click. Date. Repeat.” is a refreshing and fun foray by debut author K. J. Farnham into the blossoming world of online dating. Based on the author’s personal experiences with online dating – of which led to her finding her soul mate – “Click. Date. Repeat.” hilariously shows how it is possible to find Mr. Right, as long as you don’t give up. Readers hoping to find valuable insight into the mysterious waters of online dating will not be disappointed.

Farnham has woven quirky humor with an engaging plot into a fast-paced read that women will devour in a heartbeat. This novel chronicles lovable main character Chloe Thompson’s journey into online dating, her hits and misses, and her inner struggles with what she is looking for in the one. Along the way she goes on bad dates, has casual flings, tries to shake off an ex who won’t let go, juggles several online candidates, attempts repeatedly to convince her mother that breaking up with her ex was not a bad idea, and battles with her own conflicting emotions about a certain someone. Are we going too fast? Too slow? Should we become exclusive? And more importantly: Is he the one, or is he not? Chloe’s journey represents one that all women have experienced in a satirical way. It isn’t all satire in this novel, though. There is also simmering romance that’ll make readers blush, swoon, and daydream about the romances in their youth.

Besides poking fun at online dating, “Click. Date. Repeat.” is entertaining and a definite page-turner because readers will clamor to learn more about lovable Chloe’s life. Readers will enjoy reflecting on the search for a lifetime partner in a humorous light and cheer Chloe on her route to happiness. Written in a fresh, original voice and peppered with good humor, this novel is a wonderful debut for promising author K. J. Farnham. – GoodbooksToday.com Reviews

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K. Farnham
ASIN: B007JUMGLU

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A Place Called Lucat
Bob Aubin (Author)
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Taking place in France during WWII, “A Place Called Lucat” will absolutely appeal to fans of history, war stories, drama, suspense, WWII stories, heritage, and so on. The nature of family, inheritance, and sins of the father are explored throughout the tale, taking it on unique and engrossing turns.

The concepts of betrayal, vengeance, and justice are analyzed and scrutinized by the characters the audience meets as the tale goes deeper and the reader sees just how dubious people can be. One particularly interesting aspect about “A Place Called Lucat” is the narration. As the story goes on, parts are told through the voices of a few different characters, giving it a very personal touch. Bob Aubin changes the voice from one to another in a way that is easy to follow and not off-putting. The characters are all fully developed and well rounded, so the reader has no problem following along and hearing the separate voice of each person. The sole survivor is of course one of the narrators, and finds himself entwined in various ways in the lives of others around him.

A key point throughout the story is that everyone has some kind of impact on the people around him or her through actions, even if the parties involved have never met. The characters are realistic enough that a reader may feel as though he or she knows them personally by the end of the book. The descriptions encased within are vivid and flowing, wrapping gorgeously around the tale itself. Fast paced yet crossing three generations in one book, Bob Aubin has expertly crafted a tale that pulls the reader in right away. The reader will find curiosity is sated little by little, building to a brilliant conclusion. Pain gives way to healing in this inspiring tale of France in WWII. “A Place Called Lucat” far exceeds expectations and merits a place on any bookshelf. – GoodbooksToday.com Reviews

A Place Called Lucat
Bob Aubin
ASIN: 1497392934

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