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Four Chambers: Power of the Matchmaker

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Andra Stone can’t deny the attraction or the feelings she has for Everett Covington.  However, Everett is not in her plans for becoming a pediatric heart surgeon and she knows that she must choose between her dreams or her heart, and right now it’s not her heart that she is worried about fixing.  With only four chambers of the heart and four areas of her life, she must make a decision soon or she’ll lose the most important person in her life.  She only has one chamber left.  Four Chambers: Power of the Matchmaker series finds Pearl helping another stubborn head strong couple make the most important decision of their lives.  Fortunately, Pearl is just as stubborn and patient.  She’s willing to step in and prod the couple along.

I did enjoy Four Chambers; it was quite interesting reading it in the four different sections. Each section a different time in Andra’s life and each part Everett comes in and out of the story, ready to show her he still loves her.  Some of the characters were very strong willed and actually made you laugh out loud at their beliefs, but it gave the story a little more depth and gave Andra and Everett a bond that no others would understand.  This helped them to lean on each other for support. Everett never game up on Andra and you couldn’t help but understand Andra’s desire to succeed.  Thank you Julie Wright for an entertaining story and a get away from reality.

 

*I received a free ecopy of this book in exchange for an honest review*

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The Mariposa Hotel (A Tangerine Street Romance Book 3)

The Mariposa Hotel

It’s no secret that I read a lot, so when I get my hands on anthologies, I’m thrilled because I get several stories in one book; it’s like a treat to this book-a-holic.  Julie Wright, Melanie Jacobson and Heather B. Moore each spin a wonderful, clean and inspirational romantic tale.  The Mariposa Hotel is a great read because it takes three separate characters and connects them in one beautiful hotel complete with a beautiful three-hundred-year-old wishing well brought from Mexico.  With a toss of a coin and a well placed wish, three couples find true love.

Ghost of 913

Mari is working as a hotel maid trying to work her way through college in order to attend law school and she gets the lucky job of cleaning room 913.  She’s lucky because it’s as if the occupant is a ghost, leaving not even a fingerprint behind.  Lucky for Mari, her “ghost” is living and happens to be a very good looking U.S. Marshal.  Grant helps protect witnesses in the Witness Protection Program; he is very organized and pays attention to detail.  When he discovers that Mari is just as detail oriented as him, and she’s beautiful, he perks up and pays attention.  Still trying to pick up the pieces from her previous marriage, Mari is a little leery of the secretive man that is working his way into her heart, and unless he starts to open up Grant will find her walking away.

Butterfly Kiss

The surfers love the waves at Seashell Beach and as a professional photographer Ridely goes where the waves are good.  He just happens to live in Seashell Beach and gets to enjoy the patrons of the Mariposa Hotel.  His friend, who runs the hotel, finds himself short a concierge, and Ridely volunteers to step in to help.  As luck would have it, a beautiful woman steps through the door and instantly catches his eye.  However, his mind becomes clouded with judgments and Ridley finds he’s making mistake after mistake with Brooke and realizes that she may be more than just a weekend fling.  Brooke is swept off her feet by the good looking concierge, as their whirlwind relationship starts to blossom it comes clear that Ridely is hiding something and he’s not just a concierge after all.

Dreams Come True

Regean holds down a very stressful job as hotel events manager, but she enjoys every minute of it and wouldn’t have it any other way.  When it’s time for a charity gala for KC Woods, a Hollywood producer, she does what she does best and prepares for it.  However, KC just happens to have a very bossy and secretive assistant who demands on chocolate covered strawberries and a shared room waiting for them.  Regean must learn to look past her preconceived opinions and open up to the possibility of dating KC Woods and maybe she’ll realize that there is more to a story that what meets the eye.

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