Friday, May 30, 2014

Looking for Reviews

Today, I'm looking for reviews on two of my books. I'm having a special giveaway to anyone who comments on this blog post or on my share on Facebook of this post. I'll give you an ebook copy of my book in exchange for a review on Amazon and Goodreads. Take your pick.

I would love some more reviews on:

Wedding Gown Girl

Kienna loves dressing up her clients in beautiful gowns at the bridal shop where she works but she doesn't believe in fairytale weddings or happily ever afters. After all, her prince turned out to be a frog, and her divorce broke her heart. So when she realizes one of her brides doesn't love her groom, she tries to warn him. If only he would listen, she could help him avoid her same fate. 

Blake is sure Rachelle loves him but she leaves him at the altar. He should have listened to the wedding gown girl's warning. He should have been hurt, but instead he's only relieved--and in pursuit of the woman who tried to save him from a broken heart. If only she'd trust him not to be like her ex. Doesn't she know that when he says he loves her, it means forever?

If you want to review Wedding Gown Girl, please answer this question in the comments:

What is a favourite memory from your wedding, or if you haven't been married, from a wedding you've attended?

Three Tiers for Win

Three Tiers for Win is a story of adventure, romance, and family passion that unfolds with the backdrop of the 2012 London Olympics. Elaine said she would never date an athlete as they’re too driven. That’s until she meets kind, yet intensely focused and ambitious South African Olympic swimmer, Winston Harper. He stands for everything she’d chosen not to go for. Win also has a bad family history which keeps him from opening his heart to her. When intense attraction and affection breaks through some of their barriers, family secrets and conflicts pull them apart again. Only Elaine’s support and Win’s brokenness can draw them back together, but will that be strong enough to wipe away the past?

If you want to review Three Tiers for Win, please answer this question in the comments:

If you had a family secret, would you share it with the person you were dating even if it meant they may turn away?


  1. The best part of a wedding is when the groom sees the bride walking down the aisle to him for the first time...always perfect!

    1. Hi Debra. You've won a copy of Wedding Gown to review. Please let me know what your email address is so I may send you the book.

    2. Sorry, Debra Holt. I can't get hold of you. I'm going to give the book away to someone else. I should have asked for your email addy!

  2. Hi Kathy,

    I'm all for doing a book review or two for you. As far as sharing a secret goes, I believe in total honesty in communication. If a guy can't handle the truth about me, he's not the man who is right for me.

    ~Carole Avila

  3. I would share it with the person i love..

    1. Hi Nisha,
      You've won a copy of Three Tiers for Win to review. Please let me know your email address so I may send the book to you.

    2. Sorry, Nisha M. I can't get hold of you. I'm going to give the book away to someone else. I should have asked for your email addy!

  4. I'd love to review the Wedding Gown Girl. My wedding seems like such a blur to me (in a good way). The happy memories blend together, I guess. I do remember getting ready in the church balcony and looking over the church with excitement. I remember walking down the aisle toward my husband and the smile on his face. I remember my grandmother getting stuck in a bathroom between the wedding and reception (a definite moment of comic relief). I remember feeling glad so many people were there to share our special day.