Welcome to our #ThrowbackThursday part of the blog, where we share old reviews from the archives.
Todays review was first posted on The P.Turner’s Facebook Page, February 20th 2016!
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Hope you enjoy!
There is a place in modern day America with no electricity, no plumbing, and no modern conveniences. In this place, there is no room for dreams, no space for self-expression, and no tolerance for ambition.
In this place, there is a boy with the body of a god and the heart of a warrior. He is strong and faithful and serves his family honorably. But he dares to dream of more.
In this place, there is a girl with the face of an angel and a heart full of courage. To her family, she is the vision of obedient perfection. But she dares to want that which she has been told can never be hers.
Becoming Calder is the story of good versus evil, fear versus bravery, and the truth that the light of love has always found its way into even the darkest of places . . . From the beginning of time, to the end of the world.
THIS IS THE FIRST PART IN A TWO-PART SIGN OF LOVE SERIES INSPIRED BY AQUARIUS. THE SECOND PART, FINDING EDEN, IS AVAILABLE NOW.
New Adult Contemporary Romance: Due to strong language and graphic sexual content, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.
*Book review – Becoming Calder by Mia Sheridan*
5 absolutely fantastic stars!!
I loved this book. The characters were wonderful and all you wanted to do was put them in your pocket and keep them safe!!
Mia manages to take us on this HUGE rollercoaster of emotions especially in the last 20%. Your heart is just ripped out, trod on and broken in half and just when you think you cannot take anymore Mia offers a little bit of hope.
I enjoyed this book so much😊by 50% in I was hooked and took any chance I Could to get stuck in.
If you like romance make sure you give this try!
Now I am sooo excited to get stuck into the next installment “Finding Eden”. Stayed tuned for updates in the “A book in the life of a reading mum”