Posted: March 13, 2018 Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: 1920's, Africina American, business, changes, Harlem, music, piano player, relationships, Sheryl Lister, singer
Set in the 1920’s, this story leaps off the pages with vivid images as a movie leaping off the pages. Love’s Serenade (Decades: A Journey of African American Romance Book 3) by Sheryl Lister is the journey of Leigh Jones and Miles Cooper from Magnolia, Arkansas and their love of music.
Mary Lee Johnson “Leigh Jones” leaves home and heads to New York to follow her dream to be a singer. Miles Cooper couldn’t forget the woman he left behind when he took some and headed on the road three years ago. They collide in Harlem, NY and he put things in motion to win her back. He has an enormous fight on his hand to prove he’s changed to her and for her.
Ms. Lister penned a vibrant tale that sings to us in vivid detail from the 1920’s. Such a fascinating experience and I’m sure you will enjoy it as much as I did!! Well done!!
Posted: March 1, 2018 Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Affrican American Romance, bourbon brothers, business, family, Reese Ryan, relationships
Savannah’s Secret by Reese Ryan was a very engaging read. Savannah Carlisle planned to get into the company built off what was stole from her grandfather. Blake Abbott is a member of the family own company and a gentleman. During a storm he checks on the company’s property and Savannah and she ends up spending the weekend with him. Their attractions bloom and she ends up caring his child.
Reese Ryan penned a captivating tale that keeps us wondering “what’s next” and sometimes on a emotional rollercoaster. Read the journey Savannah and Blake, you won’t be disappointed and we learn that Savannah wasn’t the only one with secrets. Great job Ms. Ryan, looking forward to the next one!!
I give this story 5 stars