Off the Shelf: A Review of Trophy Wife by Noelle Adams

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts are my own.

Allison got away from her controlling, possessive husband and goes to her family’s rural home in order to reevaluate and establish herself as a strong, independent woman. The two perks of the location (no rent, no ‘old friends’

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Blog Tour: Noelle Adams’ Trophy Wife

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Title: Trophy Wife
Author: Noelle Adams
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: December 6,

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Deek and Erin Party!

Hey, all! So this week is the debut of my first, well, anything! On January 19th, 2016 at 12 AM EST, “Birth of an American Gigolo,” my first novella, was birthed! I guess that means I’m officially pubbed, though I’ll admit that it feels a bit surreal. My beautiful bride, Erin Rhew, and I finished uploading the final manuscript to Amazon, put in the categories,

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Fooling Around with Cinderella Stacey Juba

I was thrilled to be invited to post for the Release blast of Stacey Juba’s Fooling Around with Cinderella, thanks to, the book was self-published on November 6th and I cannot wait for more!
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What happens when the glass slippers pinch Cinderella’s toes

When Jaine Andersen proposes a new marketing role to the local amusement park,

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Welcome, everyone, to the cover reveal for S. L. Saboviec’s Reaping Angel, Book #2 in the “Fallen Redemption” adult paranormal series.

The first book, Guarding Angel, was released in May 2014. Both covers were done by the super-fabulous Regina Wamba, of, who’s done covers for Random House, Penguin Books, and multiple New York Times best-selling authors.

But a picture is worth a thousand words,

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Disclosure: I was provided the pictured copy of Lindsay Cameron’s Big Law in exchange for my honest review as part of BookSpark University’s Fall Reading Challenge. Thanks, BookSparks!
I’ve always been fascinated by the law and those whom practice it. I like the orderly nature of the law, and how people can pull pieces of the material found within in (the more obscure, the more dramatic) to prove and win their cases. However, I realize not everything is The Good Wife or a John Grisham novel–and Lindsay Cameron’s Big Law reiterates that fact.
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