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A police officer. Long story about why I didn’t become one…but outside of that, I also wanted to be a lawyer. Long story about that one too. LOL
I have had the privilege of meeting several famous authors, yes. But...the best one I got to meet and talk to was J.R. Ward. She also happens to be my favorite author of all time in all the world. I don’t get fangirly with anyone, but with her? Holy hell, I could barely talk.
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a) Lost in my work, meaning, I am so focused on a scene or a story, that it basically takes up all my thoughts? Well…yes and no. I mean, I’m a writer. If I’m not writing, I’m thinking about writing.
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Shattered Heart by Dorothy F. Shaw
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Cynthia had a crush on her brothers’ best friend all through high school. Now we all know, this is not an unusual thing for annoying sisters to get crushes on their brothers’ friends. However, we do think that sometimes those crushes, they usually fade away once we grow up. Don’t they? Yeah sometimes…
So here we are at her brothers wedding rehearsal where Cynthia once again, finds the even sexier-Shane.
Some of you that have siblings may remember the cardinal rule, you’re not allowed to touch your best friends sister. But now that you’re grown, and Cyn is one sexy assed woman, all bets are off. To hell with the rules now.
So Cyn and Shane decide to take a chance on love and even a long distance relationship. Everything seems to be working out for the both of them, and Shane was even considering moving back to LA. But then low and behold Cyn’s ex decides he doesn’t want to play second fiddle any longer! Instead, he wants back in her life!
With everything coming to an uproar, Cynthia manages to lose faith in herself and everyone else of the male persona. She isn’t sure who or what is right for her, and what choice to make, if any at all, maybe her choices are always wrong?
I will leave you here hanging, wondering if Cynthia is going to go ahead and decide to take back her ex, or get together with her high school dream boat Shane. What would you do? Cynthia is truly confused, and lost in her own thoughts. If only she could think straight…
As with most of Dorothy’s books, this book comes with a warning label. This one is different than any of her labels I have ever came across, and when I read the book, I realized why. So I am going to share this with you now:
“This book contains a physical assault. Buckle up for a bumpy emotional journey with the characters as they fall and then slowly find their way to healing, and to each other. You might get angry or tearful along the way, you may even get frustrated, but as with any good love story, it’ll be worth it in the end.”
I want to assure you, the warning is indeed true in every aspect. This book is very true to life. When “we the people” argue we sometimes throw a fist or two, don’t even lie. How else would you expect Dorothy to write? Her books are exceptional in every aspect of the word. She hides nothing, and gives you everything you want and more when you sit down to relax and read. Every time this woman puts pen to paper, expect a five star book out of her, nothing less. This is one talented woman, and she knows exactly what people want to see, feel, and read. And it’s called reality. And this woman can put love, sex, and passion in every word, and make you feel the wind blow across your face if she writes it to do so. Trust me. Dorothy F. Shaw is and always will be, an amazing writer.
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