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Oct 01

Literary Addicts Weekly Meme for 10/1

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Every Wednesday Literary Addicts asks the question: “What are you reading?” 

You can join in and see what other people are reading here.

I do a lot of book reviews for different tour groups. This week I’m reading a book for Beck Valley Book Tours. 

I’m reading Renaissance of the Heart by Lori M. Jones. I will have my review posted on October 6th, be sure to check back for it.

Renaissance of the Heart

Summary:

After her husband of fifteen years comes out of the closet, a blindsided, forty-year-old Amanda Lewis is forced to salvage what remains of her shattered heart and navigate a new life for herself and her teenage daughter. But will a sizzling secret romance with a famous young NFL quarterback lead her to winning the life she deserves or set her up for her biggest loss yet?

As she embarks on the journey of rebuilding her home, Amanda discovers that finding forgiveness and repairing her damaged self-worth are her biggest challenges of all. While searching her soul–and even searching inside her city’s history–she finds answers. But will answers come too late and can a broken heart ever be truly fixed?

About the author

Gina

Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com

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  1. Susan Heim

    Nice to see a romance with an “older” heroine (like me)! Hope you enjoy the book!

  2. Melissa Haggerty

    Sounds like an interesting book. I can’t wait to read your review.

  3. Mandie

    Hey Susan! 40’s not old lol

    This looks good. Oh my gosh, I would be heart broken in her place.

  4. Valerie Negron

    OOOh! This sounds good! I normally read where the guy is much older. Its nice to see the roles reversed!

  5. Amanda

    I love the heroine’s name! 😉

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