Saturday, March 31, 2012

Review: Forever by Maggie Stiefvater

Book Details:
By Maggie Stiefvater
Genre: YA Paranormal
Published 2011, Scholastic Press
Hardback, 386 pages
ISBN: 9780545259088

          In Stiefvater's "Shiver," Grace and Sam found each other. In "Linger," they fought to be together. Now, in "Forever," the stakes are even higher than before. Wolves are being hunted. Lives are being threatened. And love is harder and harder to hold on to as death comes closing in.
While I have read many other reviews on this book saying that it was a disappointment and did not have the same appeal of the other two books in the trilogy, I actually really enjoyed this book, just for different reasons than I liked the first two. For me, Cole redeemed himself in this book. I previously found him to be obnoxious and spoiled and self-absorbed, but in this book, his unique perspective on the world made his insights both entertaining and valuable. His chemistry with Isabelle is still ever-present, but unfortunately takes a back seat to the drama of Grace and Sam. What he discovers about the wolf chemical is fascinating, and I wouldn't have minded being privy to a few more of his questionable experiments, despite how dangerous the results often were. Cole is also the only character I cried over in this book - twice.
My favorite scene is when Sam and Grace get to be wolves together. Their connection to each other is near-visible in its strength, and the chemistry they exhibited in the previous books in renewed in this bond. That alone is enough to make me wonder if Cole's cure is really necessary.
What I dislike is what happens with Isabelle. She does so much to help these wolves, but in the end she does not have much say over her own destiny, either. I suppose she can kind of relate to them, in her own way.
The events surround Beck, Sam's father figure, are bittersweet. What happens to him I found predictable, and a kind of literary justice. His contributions to the tale were played out, and all that was left was to answer for what he did to Sam as a boy. There could have been other ways, but this one was more of a catalyst for the justice of another. Still, I feel for Sam for his loss,  even if don't share those emotions for Beck. I also can't help wondering if this entire tale could not have been so different if Shelby had never been turned.
While Stiefvater's open ending leaves much to the imagination, I don't mind it so much. In my head, all of the dreams and goals of the main characters are achieved, with a happy ending, as all books should be.

The Cover: This cover is of similar design to the previous two in the series, with the only differences of the coloring, and displaying a wolf and a boy, which can only represent Grace as a wolf and Sam as a human.

First Line: "I can be so, so quiet."
This opening thought by Shelby the wolf is foreboding, and I immediately have to wonder what her relevance in the plot is.

Favorite Quote“People don't change who they are. They only change what they do with it.”

Read For: Finishing the Series Challenge, Young Adult Challenge

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Guest Post: Truly, Madly, Deeply You by Cecilia Robert

Today's guest is Cecilia Robert, author of her new book, Truly, Madly, Deeply You. Here is a blurb of this contemporary romance:

          Four days before Valentine’s Day, Liese Hansfeld is determined to shut the door to her house, as well as her heart, for her annual four days of mourning her one true love. Little does she know her best friend Freytag Meier is just as determined to keep her from her ritual. He’s ready to pick the lock to her apartment door and camp in her living room if that’s what it takes.
What Freytag isn’t prepared for is the surge of deep-rooted emotions he feels for Liese, but two things stand in his way: the grief and guilt she still clutches close to her heart, and a man who threatens to snatch Liese from under Frey’s watchful eye. Frey is determined to distract her into forgetting her pain. But is that enough to ease her grief, or help her see he can be more than her best friend?
Cecilia wants to talk to us about story ideas, so take it away Cecilia.

          Where do I get story ideas?
Thank you for hosting me on Jacob’s Beloved’s Books, Rachel.
Ideas for my stories come from everywhere: Walking down the street, in the shower, watching TV…
For Truly, Madly, Deeply You, I was inspired by a couple whom I visited in their home during my home visits – I work as an assistant nurse. The man was 93 years and his wife 88, and while I sat there listening to them, telling me how they were best friends even before they got married, my mind wandered. I began weaving a story: a friends-to-lovers story. Only in mine, the male harbors feelings for his female friend, but she has no idea how he feels. And the woman is so guilt-ridden by the only way she can protect herself: by ‘blocking’ any feelings the hero gushes at her. As I am not an outline person, I sit and just let the characters take over.
In Truly, Madly, the story is more character oriented and less plot; more about friendship, love, and discovery and with a bit of salvation thrown in there. I focused on the two characters, Frey and Liese, and explored their relationship and their feelings toward each other.
In another story I am currently working on, I got an idea after watching X-Files. It began with a ‘what if’, and blossomed into a full blown plot. There is nothing as heady as when ideas blossom inside my mind - intoxicating.

Thanks for coming by, Cecilia!

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Guest Post: Cursing Athena by Lisa Sanchez

Today I have Lisa Sanchez, author of Cursing Athena, here to talk about one of my favorite subjects - mythology! Here is a quick blurb of her new book:

          For Danika, the only thing worse than going commando while wearing a fugly, silver bodysuit, was dealing with her deadbeat, ex-husband James. Catcalls, unwanted groping and lecherous stares weren’t really her cup of tea either, but she’d endure all of it and more if her new job serving cocktails at Masquerade meant ridding herself of his mountain of debt. It was just a job, after all, and what choice did she have with James' creditors breathing down her neck? What she didn't bargain for, however, was falling heels-over-head in lust with a two-hundred-plus pound, shape-shifting immortal from Ancient Greece.
On a mission to take down a parasitic demon, Ty doesn't have time for distraction. Not even when that distraction could prove to be his possible lifemate in the form of sweet, innocent, yet sexy-as-hell Danika. But when the leech he’s hunting goes after the cocktail waitress, all bets are off. Unable to resist her siren call any longer, Ty surrenders himself to Danika, body and soul, treating them both to a night they'll never forget.
Take it away, Lisa!

          Go mythological, or go home!
I’ve always been fascinated with Greek mythology. When I was young I’d spend hours reading stories about Zeus, Poseidon and Aphrodite. Clash of The Titans was my favorite movie. It didn’t matter how many times I watched that flick; every time the Kraken emerged from the sea my heart beat a little faster. I was captivated. So much so, I named my goldfish Andromeda. Um, yeah…what can I say? I was a goofy kid.
As I grew older my love of Greek mythology continued. I devoured Sherrilyn Kenyon’s Dark Hunter series. Obsessed over Gena Showalter’s Lords Of The Underworld series, and salivated over Brad Pitt in Troy. I mean, c’mon! A bare-chested Brad in ancient Greek fighting gear? What’s not to love? Meow!
Given my absolute love of paranormal romance and all things mythological, it came as no surprise to me when the idea for a series showcasing a band of hunky Greek warriors struck. I’ve been itching to write something featuring a bunch of ├╝ber hot alpha males with supernatural powers. Cursing Athena, book one in my new Order Of Seven series, poured out of me at high velocity, and gives readers (I hope!) a quick and steamy taste of what’s to come in future books.
The series features a band of warriors appointed by the goddess Athena to police and rid the earth of escaped demons and underworld dirtbags. Each warrior possesses an inner beast, a Greek mythological creature that emerges during battle. Ty, the hero from Cursing Athena, shifts into a Nemean lion: a beast whose golden fur is impervious to attack, and cannot be killed with mortal weapons. Big, blond, and covered in muscle, he’s a killing machine both on and off the battlefield. Rawr!
Between researching mystical beasts, demigods, Gods and Titans, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed delving into the world of the Olympians, and cannot wait to share my characters with all of you!

Well, your book sounds fascinating, and exactly the kind of book I would love to get my hands on! Thank you for stopping by!

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Lindsay McKeever Care Fund

Mother to five year old and 3 month old sons, Twenty-six year old Lindsay McKeever’s life changed forever on January 21st 2012 when she was hospitalized with toxic shock syndrome. With her blood pressure at 30/50, oxygen level 50%, kidneys incomplete failure and in a coma, she was given little chance of surviving. But miraculously one week later, against all odds, she came out of her coma and slowly made her way back to the living. Because most of her organs began to shut down during the week she was in the coma, her hands and feet turned black and she had to have all her fingers and toes amputated. She was released from the hospital March 13th and has to have care 24 hours a day. She is unable to walk, or take care of herself in any way, not to mention the care she needs for her children. With no insurance Lindsay needs help to pay for physical therapy to learn to walk again and to do small things like feed herself, etc. A care fund has been set up for her by US Bank in Iowa and a paypal account for donations. She shares her amazing journey on a facebook page set up for her called “Lindsay McKeever Care Fund.” Now thru April 30th, paranormal romance author Terri Grimes will be donating 100% of the proceeds from both the print and ebook version of Now I Lay Me Down To Die to the Lindsay McKeever care fund. Help a deserving young woman and have a good read at the same time. Pass the word! Thanks!!!

Print version ($11.99):

eBook version ($2.99):

Links to buy the book in ebook and print are on the bookspage of:
          Now I Lay Me Down To Die
As Hunters Hollow's newest resident, Abby Morgan has an uncanny ability to hear the dead, whether she wants to or not. Little did she know when she moved into the stately Victorian, it came complete with it’s own built-in ghost, the former owner, Duke Rivers. Having died thirty years prior under suspicious circumstances Duke needs Abby’s assistance in resolving his final affairs so he can cross over into the light. Teaming up with his hunky nephew, Owen, finding Duke’s killer seemed like a good plan at the time until they uncover some of the local town secrets that could blow Hunters Hollow wide apart.

Monday, March 19, 2012

Book Spotlight: Patricia Bates

Today I have author Patricia Bates here to tell us a bit about herself and introduce us to her published works. She has written a total of eight books, and keeps on publishing more!

          Reading has been such a large part of my life. I cut my literary teeth on such authors as Louis L’Amour, Nora Roberts, and Janet Dailey. For me, it wasn’t such a jump from reading the wonderful tales these authors spun to imagining my own.
Soon I was writing poetry and short stories, and by junior high I’d written my first full length romance novel. Since then I’ve taken my love of history and my passion for writing and combined them into what I hope will continue to prove a successful career.
I have six books contracted, four of which are currently available in print. All are available in electronic format with the last two e-books due for release in May and the summer, separately. I’m currently working on three projects, an erotic paranormal romance featuring a witch who loves Christmas, another Ancient Ireland novel, rich in the history of the Irish Celtic peoples, and a Cowboy Series tentatively titled “The James Gang”.
Of course I’ve got a lot more on the go. I’m developing and growing my editing company with some amazing authors, working on getting the books that Blade had revamped to fit the submission guidelines for some other publishers, keeping up on my writing, and being a full time mom while working outside of the house…it’s amazing what I can manage in a 16-hour day.

Sin's Bite: Lady Kora has spent three hundred years within the hallowed wallsof her ancestral home - now on the brink of becoming a full Vampire, she's faced with the hardest choice ever...claim her mate, one sworn to hunt her kind...or spend eternity alone.

Cowgirl's Christmas (reprint): For Holly Walker Christmas is about more than just flashing lights, it’s about having some sexy time with her husband. This year, however, she’s got a secret that could destroy everything…or save their future.

Firecracker: Widow Amy Harvard has spent years married to one man while lusting after another. Now she's free to follow her heart if only Bradley Harvard were more cooperative.

Phantom Pleasure: Forced into an arranged marriage, Frances MacKenny is murdered on her wedding night. After spending decades haunting her ancestral home, a handsome cowboy arrives. Shedding her one-hundred-fifty-year, self-imposed isolation, she decides to focus all her attention on the sexy male resident.
For the first time in years, Logan Harris has a shot at living his dream by owning the best horse ranch in Virginia. At first, everything appears to be lining up perfectly. But then strange things begin to occur. And when he finds himself longing for beautiful ghost, he fears he's losing his mind. Can true love transcend death?

Love Thy Neighbor: Rylee Parys, like her father and grandfather is a small time rancher with a big time problem. Embroiled in a bitter war over water and land, she stands alone against her neighbors who are dismayed to have a woman in control.
Ex-cavalry officer, Tom Duncan has returned home after the bloody civil war only to find himself in the middle of another war. Pitted against a slim, boyish looking woman, he’s uncertain who to believe. When the hostility boils over and becomes physical, Tom must make a stand.
As the clues add up these two bitter opponents must rely on each other to save not only their way of life – but the love that has grown between them.

Master's Mistress: Sibling rivalry, deceit, and seduction flourish in Ancient Ireland as Amoda Ni Cormac struggles to free herself from the shadows of her enslavement.
His brother’s wedding brings Norse Prince Mykyl back to Bratthl’id Norway, and face to face with the proud Amoda Ni Cormac, a woman destined to be his oldest brother’s concubine. Driven by revenge, Mykyl steals the emerald eyed beauty.
Bound by duty, secrets, and lies, Mykyl and Amoda are caught in a battle for survival that will ultimately set them free.

Viscount's Prize: (currently not available for review) The rogue spy and his sheltered courtesan must fight to find a far more ephemeral reward than mere passion – they must try to survive falling in love in a time when love isn’t fashionable.

Bordering On Love: With his future already planned out, US Marshall Marsden isn’t ready for the spitfire who interrupts his wedding - or the feelings she stirs on a wild chase to find his errant younger brother. For Marie Logan, defending her sister is just another day on the farm. That is until she finds herself falling for the one man she'll never have.

Monday, March 12, 2012

Guest Post: Getting Ahead by Emily Cale

Today I have invited Emily Cale, author of Getting Ahead, to my blog to tell us about rodeos! Here is a quick blurb of her new book:

          Colton is exactly the kind of distraction Amber doesn't want, but he might be exactly what she needs to get back on track.
Recovering from a bad fall during competition, Amber McDonald decides to spend her last week of training before her next rodeo at a Colorado ranch, away from any and all distractions. It'd be the perfect arrangement—if only her fear wasn't stopping her from getting back on her horse.
Then Colt Riley steps in. He's sexy and seems to have incredible insight into her situation, but he's everything she's been trying to stay away from.
Colt knows exactly what Amber is going through...because he's been there before. Forced to give up his riding career after an accident, he sets his mind to helping her get back on track. All that's easier said than done, especially when she discovers his hidden past. Will his efforts be enough to help her get ahead?
So, why rodeos Emily?

Getting Ahead is the first in a series of books following characters who are part of the rodeo circuit. In the first book, Amber is a barrel racer looking to make a comeback after an accident at a prior event. She's assisted in her efforts by Colt, a former bareback rider, who understands exactly where she's coming from.
I grew up going to rodeos. Cheyenne Frontier Days, the world's largest outdoor rodeo, is held in my hometown during the last full week of July every year. If you grew up in a small town with a State or County Fair, you might be able to imagine the joy this kind of event brings. Carnival rides, pancake breakfasts, parades, fried foods (Funnel Cake!!!!), and live music were all a major part of the experience, but the highlight was always the daily rodeos. When most people think about rodeo, they probably consider bareback riding or bull riding, but there are a large number of other events that are at least as much fun to watch. In fact, some of my favorites are the roping events, barrel racing, and chuck wagon races (which have sadly been done away with in the last several years). All of the contestants are serious athletes who train long and hard to come up with and implement strategies to try and walk away with some money and, for the very best, a belt buckle (like a trophy).
But the cowboys/cowgirls aren't the only athletes competing. The livestock are as important, if not more valuable, than the people competing. The horses know exactly where they are supposed to go and what to do even in the strangest of circumstances. Every hour that the contestant spends training is often also spent training an animal to respond to whatever conditions arise.
Have you ever been to a rodeo? Have a favorite event? I'd love to hear about it. I'll be counting the days until the end of July.

I can't say I've ever been to a rodeo, but it sure does sound like great fun, especially for my little girls.
You can also find Emily online on her blog ( or on Twitter (

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Review: Insatiable by Meg Cabot

Book Details:
By Meg Cabot
Genre: Fantasy
Published 2010, HarperCollins
Hardback, 451 pages
ISBN: 9780061735066
          Sick of vampires? So is Meena Harper.
But her boss is making her write about them anyway, even though Meena doesn’t believe in them.
Not that Meena isn’t familiar with the supernatural. See, Meena Harper knows how you’re going to die (not that you’re going to believe her; no one ever does).
But not even Meena’s precognition can prepare her for what happens when she meets—then makes the mistake of falling in love with—Lucien Antonescu, a modern-day prince with a bit of a dark side . . . a dark side a lot of people, like an ancient society of vampire-hunters, would prefer to see him dead for.
The problem is, he already is dead. Maybe that’s why he’s the first guy Meena’s ever met that she could see herself having a future with. See, while Meena’s always been able to see everyone else’s future, she’s never been able look into her own.
And while Lucien seems like everything Meena has ever dreamed of in a boyfriend, he might turn out to be more like a nightmare.
Now might be a good time for Meena to start learning to predict her own future . . .
If she even has one.
I normally try to avoid Meg Cabot, simply because I've found some of her writing too teeny-bopper for me, but this book was written for adults and features an all-adult cast list. Now this is a book that could be made into a movie.
The book starts out as an anti-vampire book, and makes fun of the over-saturation in pop culture through Meena Harper's character. I love Meena's character right away, with her writing skills and passion for a decades-old soap opera, she is someone I can relate to. Her ability to predict others' deaths only makes her more intriguing. I also find it fittingly ironic when more and more of the people around Meena turn out to be vampires, as she eventually acknowledges herself.
Even though the book is written for adults, Meg Cabot still keeps the writing clean, skipping through the intimate bedroom scenes with only the smallest of hints at the sordid details. She also leaves many of the gruesome aspects of the plot up to the imagination of the readers, which I prefer.
Because this book is all about tongue-in-cheek irony, it is only fitting that the state of Meena's mind -- the jumbled mess of a writer -- attracts the prince of all vampires, Lucien, who happens to be a Romanian history professor when he isn't attending to his princely duties. I get the feeling that there is more to Lucien and Meena's attraction to each other than what Meg Cabot is telling the reader, but by the end of the book, this is still a mystery. Plus, a good-looking vampire slayer suffering from too much micromanagement and even less communication skills causes some interesting conflicts and obstacles for Meena and Lucien. His attraction to Meena is like water to a sponge, but Meena is less drawn to Alaric.
I wasn't crazy by how the book ended, but it made sense for Meena's independence. Still, I'm hoping Meena's choices will change in the next book, Overbite.

The Cover: I admit, the cover definitely drew me on this one. The weapon she hold is not explained until the very end, but that arm jewelry is rife with plot elements, and what I wouldn't give to see the full span of that red dress.

First Line: "It was a miracle."
I love when such a short line can pack such a punch. Plus, this just reminds me why I love fantasy literature - in a world of skepticism, out jumps the word "miracle."

Favorite Quote: "Look, Mr. uh, Wulf I appreciate your trying to warn me about this, I really do. But there's no such thing as vampires. They're made-up. We writers made them up. I'm sorry we did such a good job that we made the whole world paranoid, but it's true. They're fictional. Blame Bram Stoker. He started it."

Read For: Alex Awards Challenge

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Guest Post: The Realtors by Liz Crowe

Today I have invited Liz Crowe, author of a new series, The Realtors: Life in the House Lane, to talk to us about her road to publication. Here is a synopsis of the series:

          Love is an easy word to use, a hard one to demonstrate, and sometimes impossible to trust.
          The Realtors is a sweeping epic, encompassing over ten years in the lives of two people who know how to love with their bodies, how to please and get pleasure, to control and be controlled. When it comes to the deeper meaning of the one word they both need however, their strong personalities get in the way. While their physical connection sizzles they continue to disappoint one another emotionally.
          Jack Gordon has it all--money, success, a string of women—but sustains a deep longing for something more. When he thinks he finds it with Sara Jane Thornton, his world is never the same again. Sara releases his natural Dom, a side of him he'd thought buried out of frustration and unhappiness. Sara learns a true submissive must trust implicitly, something she cannot associate with him, no matter how many times she tries, and he fails.
          With a rich cast of secondary characters, including a young man who presents a near-perfect foil to Jack's intensity, and who falls hard for Sara; The Realtors series is a romantic saga with an emphasis on contemporary life and love, with a healthy dose of white-hot eroticism. Modern, busy, driven characters living lives of purpose and real-time stress, seek the ever-elusive and highly coveted combination --a friend, lover and trusted advisor who will be there for the long haul.

My Journey to Publication
By Liz Crowe  

I’ll be the first to admit it:  I was not a kid who wrote a lot. I didn’t keep a journal or a diary.  I didn’t want to Grow Up to Be A Writer.

I didn’t think I’d grow up and own a craft microbrewery either, but that’s a different story.

I did, however, read, early and often.  My mother taught me to read when I was four, as a grad school experiment using Montessori methods. As a result I am a very fast reader, taking in chunks of words at a time, sometimes entire sentences or partial paragraphs.  And I am one of the worst spellers on the planet, thank you GOD for spell check and autocorrect.

It’s all that early reading that made we want to write later in my life.

Now, True Confession Number 2:
I am not a “romance reader.” Never have been. However, I was introduced to the concept of “erotic romance” about three years ago, and jumped into that with two feet, for varying reasons, but since this is not a marriage counseling session I’ll spare you.  Not “erotica” mind you.  Let’s make this clear.  I don’t like a “sex story” just for the sake of a sex story, which is what a lot of people are passing off as “erotic romance” these days.

I like a nice juicy, layered story, with realistic characters and dialogue that doesn’t flip the lights off when the Hero and heroine hit the bedroom (or the hallway, or the kitchen counter, or wherever).  What I enjoy is keeping it real on all levels. Showing the good, the bad, the hot and the cold and everything in between for my characters—that’s why I keep the admittedly pretty explicit sex in my books.  And I’m told it flows naturally. I don’t write erotica just for erotica’s sake. Although I’ve read some really good stuff in that area and it’s really good. The problem is so much of it is….not.

So in 2010 I tried my hand at it. Collected a few rejections, but that ultimately spurred me on to make it better, make it work, make it publishable.  

Today I have 5 different publishers including 2 very small, 1 medium and 1 that is the largest publisher of erotic romance going (Ellora’s Cave). So when it came time to find a home for my Very First Big Project, the One that started me on my journey as it were, and one which has now undergone the highest number of evolutions, adjustments, and major plot changes mainly because of my growth as a writer, I teamed up with a start-up, high energy e-publisher and together we are making this series really fly.

Thanks, Tri-Destiny, and Jessica Warth and your team of dedicated professionals for bringing my original dream to fruition. 

Everyone’s journey to publication is different, even if paved with familiar stones of inspiration, enthusiasm, rookie errors, rejections, humble pie, and growth.  Mine just started a little more recently than some. And went down a pretty crowded path—the romance one, although you will never catch me writing (or reading) anything with “Marry” and “The Duke/Earl/King/Emperor/President” in the title. Ever.

Thank you for visiting with us, Liz Crowe!

Friday, March 2, 2012

Guest Post: An Unexpected Bride by Shadonna Richards

Today I have Shadonna Richards, author of the romance, An Unexpected Bride, here to promote her book and tell us a bit about herself. Take it away, Shadonna!

Hi, everyone!
I’m Shadonna, author of An Unexpected Bride, a romantic comedy about Emma Wiggins who is about to marry her heart-stopping, gorgeous boss, CEO Evan Fletcher in seven days. Only he doesn’t know about it yet! Since An Unexpected Bride centers around the theme of dream weddings, I thought I’d compile a list some of the most romantic songs for weddings (in no particular order). Check this list out:

1. At Last by Etta James
2. When I Fall in Love by Nat King Cole
3. The Power of Love by Celine Dion
4. Can You Feel the Love Tonight? By Elton John
5. Eternal Flame by The Bangles
6. This I Promise You by ‘NSYNC
7. You Are So Beautiful by Joe Cocker
8. Here and Now by Luther Vandross
9. All My Life by K-Ci & Jojo
10. Have I Told You Lately? By Rod Stewart
11. On Bended Knee by Boys II Men
12. A Moment Like This by Kelly Clarkson
13. Thank You (For Loving Me) Bon Jovi
14. Everything I Do (I Do it For You) by Brian Adams
15. We Belong Together by Mariah Carey
16. My Heart Will Go On by Celine Dion
17. I Will Always Love You by Whitney Houston
18. Love Me Tender by Elvis Presley
19. Always by Atlantic Starr
20. Endless Love by Diana Ross and Lionel Richie

Hope you enjoyed the list. I thought I’d leave you with a synopsis of An Unexpected Bride. Enjoy.

          Emma Wiggins is about to marry her heart-stopping, gorgeous boss, CEO Evan Fletcher, in seven days—too bad he doesn’t know it yet!
Desperate to fulfill her ailing grandfather’s last wish to see her settle down and get married, Emma Wiggins, a 30-year-old, career-focused executive tells him a little white lie on his deathbed that she is in fact engaged--to her boss, deliciously handsome and emotionally unavailable, Evan Fletcher.
The situation takes an unexpected turn when her grandfather's condition improves slightly and to her shock, he goes ahead and arranges a wedding ceremony at his hospital bedside before he passes on. Now, all Emma has to do is convince unsuspecting, commitment-phobic Evan to tie the knot with her in seven days. Can love blossom in the most unlikely situation?

Thank you for stopping by, Shadonna. I love the list of love songs, a few of my favorites are there. My lovely readers, what do you think of the song list?

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