The Brooke household wishes you a very Merry Christmas and blessed New Year. Enjoy love and life, friends and family- the true gifts of the season.
Just in time for the holidays, I went on the hunt for a perfect read to help hold the magic of the season. Till My Last Breath by Gracie Meadows is the perfect book for just that! While others are stressing over getting their ham glazed just right, and sneaking off to avoid killing family members, I will take it all with a smile, and the help of my Kindle! Thanks to the Android app, I can read while cooking and dealing with the hustle and bustle this Christmas. Talk about a holiday win! I advise you all to grab your own copy and keep the tension away and enjoy the happ
I have just finished reading this new series by the fabulous Jess <3<3<3<3<3 ! The plots are intense, and will keep you entertained and on the edge of your seat through the whole book. The heroine is complex, giving more to the normal with a personality you will love from the start. The hero is masculine, intense, and sexy as sin- even though he is an angel! This is the first of a new series, and I am impatiently waiting for the next one by Mrs. Buffett.
Will the enemy be powerful enough to break an archangel's promise?
For the last ten years, Gabriella Richards has struggled with the pain of losing the only man she's ever loved. From out of nowhere he returns to throw her life into chaos, and it isn't without consequences.
Hunter Bailey had always known he was different, but nothing could have prepared him for the truth. As the son of an archangel, he has been on the run for years from those who seek to wipe out his kind—the Nephilim. With a destiny unknown even to himself, nothing will stop him from returning to claim the woman he loves and the happily-ever-after he was promised.
Gabriella finally has the love of her life back, but at what cost? And will the enemy be able to break an archangel's promise?
Content Warning: strong language, graphic sex
In my Breaking Protocol series, I try hard to bring to notice the hardships our troops and their families go through every single day, with no recognition. This holiday season, please take the time to thank a soldier, send some holiday cheer to our men and women over seas who can't be with their loved ones, and take notice to their sacrifices. I ran across a Facebook group that showcases the good and bad moments our soldiers endure, and wanted to share a few of these pictures. During your Christmas morning rituals, say a prayer for our heros. Images and quotes courtesy of Harleys For Heros- https://www.facebook.com/harleysforheroes
Keeping in the spirit of Christmas....
When you go home,