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I'm a librarian by day, a writer by night, and a reader and amateur photographer in between. I love to share books and other things that interest me. My own book - The Marshal Meets His Match - released January 2013. You can also find me at www.facebook.com/ClariDees

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

When Love is wRight

I have read through a bunch of shorter-length e-books from Amazon lately, taking advantage of the inexpensive or even free e-books offered. It's a good way to find new authors and have something quick to read when time is short.

And this week I found a little gem. When Love is wRight by SQ Eads.

The story has elements that I love; a spunky, independent heroine and a pure, 100% alpha-male hero. The story opens with a comedy of errors where the heroine proposes to the hero. She's not serious. He is. And the fight...er, chase...is on.

The story is not all that long, in paperback only 298 pages, but the characters are well-fleshed out, including some very interesting secondary characters, and the scenery in the book is drawn so well I could see it in my head very vividly. By the end of the book, the location reminded me of the old John Wayne movie Hatari!, which I love.

If you're looking for a fun, delightful romance, look no further than When Love is wRight. The paperback is under $10, and the Kindle version is under $5 right now. As for me, I'm off to check into more SQ Eads reads.

Happy reading!


SQ Eads said...

Thank you for the wonderful review of When Love is wRight. I sometimes wonder about my writing. Should I go on writing, are there other things I should be doing for the Lord? Then the Lord sends someone to build me back up and I am ready to get back to work once more. Thank you for the exceptional review of my novel to start the New Year off well. Bless you.
SQ (Sunny) Eads

CDeesBooks said...

You are more than welcome! Thank you for using your writing to glorify the Lord. I told my sister this morning that I was very grateful for Christian books, and writers, where the message didn't seem like an after thought but rather an integral part of the story and character's lives.

In my opinion...keep writing! I'll keep reading!