Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Posts Tagged ‘Accidentally Married’

BLOGWORDS – Friday 24 March 2017 – FIRST LINE FRIDAY – ACCIDENTALLY MARRIED and RELUCTANTLY MARRIED by VICTORINE LIESKE

FIRST LINE FRIDAY – ACCIDENTALLY MARRIED and RELUCTANTLY MARRIED by VICTORINE LIESKE

 

 

Reading is My SuperPower

Bookworm Mama

Singing Librarian

Faithfully Bookish

Radiant Light

Encouraging Words from the Tea Queen

All the Book Blog Names Are Taken

Fiction Aficionado

Bibliophile Reviews

Kathleen Denly

Lauraine’s Notes

With a Joyful Noise

 

 

 If you’d like to join us on your blog for First Line Fridays, shoot Carrie @ Reading is My Superpower an email and let her know!

 

 

THE BLURBS:    

Accidentally Married:

Madison Nichols, aspiring actress, is floundering. Her rent is due and she needs a job. Desperately. After getting a tip about an open position, she rushes to Jameson Technologies and meets CEO Jared Jameson. Unfortunately, due to a misunderstanding, she is put in the awkward position of pretending to be his girlfriend. Not the job she was applying for. And when she finds out Jared lied to her to get what he wanted, she decides to get back at him. In front of his family.

Jared is stunned when Madison announces they are getting married. She pushed her revenge too far. How can he tell them it’s all a lie? And when his sick aunt asks them to be married before she dies, Madison comes up with a hair-brained plan to hire an actor and stage a fake wedding.

What they both don’t know is Jared’s father has found out about the fake wedding. And he’s got his own hair-brained plan.

 

Reluctantly Married:

Megan Holloway can’t stand her local morning show co-host, Adam Warner, even though he’s a total hunk. He goads her on-air until she says things she regrets. But since ratings increase each time they have an on-air fight, the producer encourages his behavior.

When a relationship specialist comes onto the show purporting that Adam has hidden feelings for her, she reluctantly agrees to go out with him—on camera. What starts out as one date turns into a viral dating show with Megan and Adam alternating between locking lips and knocking heads.

As Megan fights her growing attraction to Adam, their popularity increases and ABC takes notice, offering them their own program. Not a morning show like Megan is hoping, but a dating show in which she and Adam must marry at the end. With the promise of a hundred thousand dollars and the possibility of scoring what she really wants, her own national program, she signs on.

What she doesn’t know is that Adam has fallen in love with her, and his objective is to get her to do the same.

THE FIRST LINES:   

Accidentally Married: Madison pulled her car into the parking spot, relieved she found an empty space so close to the building.

 

Reluctantly Married: Megan dug her fingernails into her palms and stared at her co-host, Adam, while the camera zoomed in on her. She couldn’t believe what he’d said.

 

MY THOUGHTS:

Delightful and whimsical, Ms. Lieske has written a series of most improbable stories—and yet makes them not only come alive but seem actually plausible.

 

 

GENRE:

Romantic Comedy

 

STARS:

     Fun and whimsical stories with unexpected twists.

 

#Blogwords, First Line Friday, #FLF, Accidentally Married, Reluctantly Married, Victorine Lieske

Read Full Post »

Double Review Blitz Recovery Mode (no review)

 

master-review-blitz-recovery-banner

Review Blitz, Dawn Crandall, Everstone Chronicles, Hesitant Heiress, Bound Heart, Captive Imposter, Cautious Maiden, Victorine Lieske, Married Series, Accidentally Married, Reluctantly Married, Mistakenly Married, Blissfully Married

Read Full Post »

BOOK REVIEW – BLISSFULLY MARRIED by VICTORINE LIESKE

101516-blissfully-married-tuesday-reviews-day-banner

BOOK REVIEW – BLISSFULLY MARRIED

51rpdfagwol-_sy346_

 

If you can’t do, then teach. And if you can’t find romance for yourself, then find it for others. But Sidney Reed’s clients want a matchmaker who has, in fact, made her own successful match. And Sidney hasn’t. Hasn’t found Mr. Right. Because Mr. Wrong trampled her heart.

 

And then there was Blake. Childhood friend who thought no more of her than his best friend’s kid sister.

 

Only, ‘cept, Sidney’s been in love with him since she was a kid. And now he’s back in town, and all those long ago laid-to-rest feelings have come back to haunt her. But Blake’s just playing games. Right?

 

Thinking Sidney to be engaged, Blake keeps their friendship as just that, friendship. But he, too, is fending off the growing and compelling attraction between them.

 

Will Sidney’s phony engagement keep Blake at a distance? Will it protect her heart from being crushed yet again? Or will her ruse ruin her chance at love with the only man she has ever truly wanted?

 

 

This series is quirky and fun reading. I enjoyed the antics Ms. Lieske’s characters get into.  And the sticky situations and unlikely circumstances she puts them in. I enjoyed the banter between characters, and felt the very real tension between Sidney and her mother. My heart yearned with Sidney’s for Blake’s confession of love. And deflated alongside hers, knowing that confession would never come. Ms. Lieske has come to be one of my favorite authors through this series, with her genuine characters, facing the most unlikely of situations. She takes the unusual ‘what ifs’ and spins plausible solutions from them. I hope there will be more in this series.

 

 

 

I received a free copy of this book, but was under no obligation to read the book or to post a review. I offer my review of my own volition, The opinions expressed in my review are my own honest thoughts and reaction to this book.

 

 

c12xgqihfls-_ux250_Victorine enjoys commercial success through her writing, thanks in part to her ability to analyze and adapt to the constantly changing trends in today’s publishing environment. She self-published her first book, Not What She Seems, in April of 2010. In March of 2011, Not What She Seems began its 6 week run on The New York Times best selling eBook list. By May 2011 she had sold over 100,000 copies. Victorine’s first romantic comedy novel hit the USA Today Best selling books list in January 2015.

Victorine has also helped countless other authors through her involvement and outreach as immediate past president of the Nebraska Writers Guild. She is active in many writing groups and forums and has given dozens of interviews for TV, radio and print media and has been a panel member and keynote speaker at several major events, including The Business of Writing International Summit. Her candor as a blogger and guest has made her a favorite with audiences worldwide. Victorine also served as a judge for the 2015 Whitney Awards. Because of her selfless service to fellow authors through assistance with critiquing, beta reading and graphic design, she was chosen as the inaugural recipient of the CIR Strong Award, named for late Clean Indie Reads forum member Jessica Strong.
Victorine and her husband have raised their four children in Nebraska. Victorine also does graphic design work in the publishing industry.

Victorine’s book, How to Find Success Selling eBooks, details how she found success, and gives advice to other writers wanting to sell eBooks in the genre fiction market.

 

 

http://www.victorinelieske.com/

http://bluevalleyauthorservices.com/

https://www.amazon.com/Victorine-E.-Lieske/e/B003J4VTKO/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1470423726&sr=8-1

https://www.facebook.com/victorinelieske/

 

101516-blissfully-married-book-images

 

Blissfully Married, Tuesday Reviews-Day, Book Review, Victorine E. Lieske, Accidentally Married, Reluctantly Married, Mistakenly Married

Save

Read Full Post »

BOOK REVIEW – MISTAKENLY MARRIED by VICTORINE LIESKE

101416-mistakenly-married-tuesday-reviews-day-banner

BOOK REVIEW – MISTAKENLY MARRIED

519bjc6zfrl-_sy346_* reposted from 22 March 2016

 

 

A young woman who doesn’t fit the mold—but tries to conform to please her family. Disaster in the making. And Penny Ackerman has tried, truly tried, to be what’s expected of her.

Now, she stands in the Chapel-O-Love, waiting for William to arrive. To finally meet him face to face. Their two year online relationship is love, she just knows it is.

 

Harrison Williams’ brother has found a debutante who has agreed to marry Harrison—for a price of course—and Harrison goes along. It’s the only way he can have his trust fund money.

 

Only there’s a mix-up. William is a no-show, and Harrison winds up in his place.

And Penny and Harrison end up married.

 

How, oh how, is Penny going to explain this to her family? Harrison is ready to bail as soon as he realizes the mistake—but he can’t if he wants his trust fund money.

 

What happens when two people who have never met, who weren’t supposed to get married in the first place, find that they are married to their soul mate? But Penny doesn’t fit in Harrison’s elitist world, nor does he exactly fit in her homey upbringing. And yet…

 

 

This is my first read by Ms. Lieske, and I found it to be quite entertaining. The characters are well written, and real, even in the unlikely circumstance. The emotions are strong, and Ms. Lieske has conveyed these on the page. I felt Penny’s frustration as her affection for Harrison grew, I longed for her to tell him her feelings. And yet I understood her hesitation. I connected with the characters, and in the most curious of circumstances, they were real. I was drawn into the story and thoroughly enjoyed this book.

 

 

I received a free copy of this book, but was under no obligation to read the book or to post a review. I offer my review of my own volition, The opinions expressed in my review are my own honest thoughts and reaction to this book.

 

 

 

 

c12xgqihfls-_ux250_Victorine enjoys commercial success through her writing, thanks in part to her ability to analyze and adapt to the constantly changing trends in today’s publishing environment. She self-published her first book, Not What She Seems, in April of 2010. In March of 2011, Not What She Seems began its 6 week run on The New York Times best selling eBook list. By May 2011 she had sold over 100,000 copies. Victorine’s first romantic comedy novel hit the USA Today Best selling books list in January 2015.

Victorine has also helped countless other authors through her involvement and outreach as immediate past president of the Nebraska Writers Guild. She is active in many writing groups and forums and has given dozens of interviews for TV, radio and print media and has been a panel member and keynote speaker at several major events, including The Business of Writing International Summit. Her candor as a blogger and guest has made her a favorite with audiences worldwide. Victorine also served as a judge for the 2015 Whitney Awards. Because of her selfless service to fellow authors through assistance with critiquing, beta reading and graphic design, she was chosen as the inaugural recipient of the CIR Strong Award, named for late Clean Indie Reads forum member Jessica Strong.
 

Victorine and her husband have raised their four children in Nebraska. Victorine also does graphic design work in the publishing industry.

Victorine’s book, How to Find Success Selling eBooks, details how she found success, and gives advice to other writers wanting to sell eBooks in the genre fiction market.

 

 

http://www.victorinelieske.com/

http://bluevalleyauthorservices.com/

https://www.amazon.com/Victorine-E.-Lieske/e/B003J4VTKO/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1470423726&sr=8-1

https://www.facebook.com/victorinelieske/

 

101416-mistakenly-married-book-images

 

MistakenlyMarried, Tuesday Reviews-Day, Book Review, Victorine E. Lieske, Accidentally Married, Reluctantly Married, Blissfully Married

Read Full Post »

BOOK REVIEW – RELUCTANTLY MARRIED by VICTORINE LIESKE

101216-reluctantly-married-tuesday-reviews-day-banner

BOOK REVIEW – RELUCTANTLY MARRIED

 

515hhiwu4tl-_sy346_

 
She didn’t want a reality show.  She sure didn’t want to do a reality show with him. And she definitely didn’t want to marry him—on air.

 

Megan Holloway is the co-host for Adam Warner’s morning show. The sparks fly from the beginning. And Megan can’t wait to get away, and have her own show somewhere. Preferably L.A. somewhere far away.

 

But fans comment online, and ratings skyrocket, the producer hears the cha-ching of dollar signs. Megan and Adam’s on-air banter, is upgraded to up-air dating, and a network gig ending in marriage. A real one.

 

But it’s all fake. None of it is real.

 

What happens when those fake feeling become real? Will Megan and Adam realize their love? Or will they go their separate ways—each with their $100K in pocket?

 

 

Ms. Lieske’s characters banter on the page is so quirky and authentic. Megan and Adam are such realistic characters, acting and reacting to the scenario foisted upon them. As television personae, they make the best of it. The antics they get themselves into, the real issues that flew in their faces, and their emotions sparring for credit against the role they were supposed to be playing. I felt the tension rising as they fought their emotions, and I felt the heartache as they both tried to deny how they truly felt. I could feel the heat in each kiss, and the desire for more on each page. I enjoyed reading this book like I would enjoy watching their show.

 

 

 

I purchased this book on Amazon. I offer my review of my own volition, The opinions expressed in my review are my own honest thoughts and reaction to this book.

 

 

 

c12xgqihfls-_ux250_Victorine enjoys commercial success through her writing, thanks in part to her ability to analyze and adapt to the constantly changing trends in today’s publishing environment. She self-published her first book, Not What She Seems, in April of 2010. In March of 2011, Not What She Seems began its 6 week run on The New York Times best selling eBook list. By May 2011 she had sold over 100,000 copies. Victorine’s first romantic comedy novel hit the USA Today Best selling books list in January 2015.

Victorine has also helped countless other authors through her involvement and outreach as immediate past president of the Nebraska Writers Guild. She is active in many writing groups and forums and has given dozens of interviews for TV, radio and print media and has been a panel member and keynote speaker at several major events, including The Business of Writing International Summit. Her candor as a blogger and guest has made her a favorite with audiences worldwide. Victorine also served as a judge for the 2015 Whitney Awards. Because of her selfless service to fellow authors through assistance with critiquing, beta reading and graphic design, she was chosen as the inaugural recipient of the CIR Strong Award, named for late Clean Indie Reads forum member Jessica Strong.
 

Victorine and her husband have raised their four children in Nebraska. Victorine also does graphic design work in the publishing industry.

Victorine’s book, How to Find Success Selling eBooks, details how she found success, and gives advice to other writers wanting to sell eBooks in the genre fiction market.

 

 

http://www.victorinelieske.com/

http://bluevalleyauthorservices.com/

https://www.amazon.com/Victorine-E.-Lieske/e/B003J4VTKO/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1470423726&sr=8-1

https://www.facebook.com/victorinelieske/

 

101216-reluctantly-married-book-images

 

Reluctantly Married, Tuesday Reviews-Day, Book Review, Victorine E. Lieske, Accidentally Married, Mistakenly Married, Blissfully Married

Read Full Post »

BOOK REVIEW – ACCIDENTALLY MARRIED by VICTORINE LIESKE

101116-accidentally-married-tuesday-reviews-day-banner

BOOK REVIEW – ACCIDENTALLY MARRIED

51l3lnhcc-l

It started as a game, a role to play.  And it wasn’t even what she was looking for. But somewhere along the way, it became real.

 

When Madison Nichols hears of a position open at Jameson Technologies, she jumps at the opportunity. Never mind that it’s admin. Never mind she’s never done that. Except as a two minute role in a movie. How hard can it be?

 

But she gets there and not only is the position not available, but the CEO is waiting for a friend’s cousin to pose as his girlfriend for a family function. With $1000 dangling in front of her, Madison goes along. She is and actress after all.

 

Jared Jameson is corporate material. Girlfriends and relationships not so much. But his father insists Jared bring his girlfriend to his birthday dinner. Problem is, the girlfriend is fabricated. She’s not real, and Jared resorts to hiring a friend’s cousin—a stranger—for the afternoon.  But the cousin doesn’t show and he snags the unsuspecting Madison instead.

 

And the sparks fly. Disdain and contempt pave the way for attraction and chemistry.

Will romance thrive? Can romance survive? With each one convinced the other is not interested, they go through with a phony wedding. Only to find out it wasn’t phony after all.

 

 

Ms. Lieske has a witty series of clever what-if scenarios. It could happen—right? I enjoy Ms. Lieske’s casual style, her easy writing, and her intriguing stories.  Finding themselves stuck in implausible situations, her characters’ reactions are very real—frustration, disbelief, panic.  I felt Madison’s heart as she melted in Jared’s arms, and I felt her tummy flutter as he touched her, the sparks ignite when he kissed her. For appearances, of course. And I felt her crushing disappointment as she fought her growing attraction to him. From the opening lines to the happy conclusion, this story is filled with topsy turvy ups and downs of emotion and tension. I mean, what love story doesn’t have a little bit of friction along the way?

 

 

I purchased this book on Amazon. I offer my review of my own volition, The opinions expressed in my review are my own honest thoughts and reaction to this book.

 

 

 

 

c12xgqihfls-_ux250_Victorine enjoys commercial success through her writing, thanks in part to her ability to analyze and adapt to the constantly changing trends in today’s publishing environment. She self-published her first book, Not What She Seems, in April of 2010. In March of 2011, Not What She Seems began its 6 week run on The New York Times best selling eBook list. By May 2011 she had sold over 100,000 copies. Victorine’s first romantic comedy novel hit the USA Today Best selling books list in January 2015.

Victorine has also helped countless other authors through her involvement and outreach as immediate past president of the Nebraska Writers Guild. She is active in many writing groups and forums and has given dozens of interviews for TV, radio and print media and has been a panel member and keynote speaker at several major events, including The Business of Writing International Summit. Her candor as a blogger and guest has made her a favorite with audiences worldwide. Victorine also served as a judge for the 2015 Whitney Awards. Because of her selfless service to fellow authors through assistance with critiquing, beta reading and graphic design, she was chosen as the inaugural recipient of the CIR Strong Award, named for late Clean Indie Reads forum member Jessica Strong.
Victorine and her husband have raised their four children in Nebraska. Victorine also does graphic design work in the publishing industry.

Victorine’s book, How to Find Success Selling eBooks, details how she found success, and gives advice to other writers wanting to sell eBooks in the genre fiction market.

 

 

http://www.victorinelieske.com/

http://bluevalleyauthorservices.com/

https://www.amazon.com/Victorine-E.-Lieske/e/B003J4VTKO/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1470423726&sr=8-1

https://www.facebook.com/victorinelieske/

 

101116-accidentally-married-book-images

 

Accidentally Married, Tuesday Reviews-Day, Book Review, Victorine E. Lieske, Reluctantly Married, Mistakenly Married, Blissfully Married

Save

Read Full Post »

NEW WEEK NEW FACE – VICTORINE LIESKE

 

 slide 1

 

Guest Blog Post by Victorine E. Lieske

 

First impressions.

How important are they? Within a few seconds of walking into an interview, you give your potential employer a first impression. The rest of the interview is spent either reaffirming a positive first impression, or trying to overcome a negative one.

 

Your book cover is your first impression. As potential readers scroll past it, they are making snap judgments about your book. If that first impression is positive, they might click on the book to read the blurb. If that first impression is negative, they will scroll on past without a thought.

 

Knowing how important a first impression is, your book cover must both catch the reader’s eye, and give them an instant first impression of your book that will hook the reader and make them want to see more. Here are some tips for those of you who want to create your own book cover:

  1. Genre, genre, genre. The most important thing your book cover does is show your potential customer the genre. If your cover doesn’t show this, or if it shows the wrong genre, your customers will scroll on past not even knowing what an awesome book you have. If your book is a cozy mystery, it needs to look like a cozy mystery at a two-second glance. The only way to successfully do this is to go look at other cozy mystery book covers, and adopt the same style for your book cover. I’m not saying to copy. I’m saying if most cozy mysteries have cartoon looking women on the cover, your cozy mystery cover needs to as well. If most have a plain, sans serif font, yours needs to as well. Pay close attention to generalities when doing this. What colors do many popular cozy mysteries have on their covers? What are some images you see often? Where does the title usually go? How long are the titles, usually? (And, yes, your title is part of your cover. It should be given as much weight as the cover as a whole.) How can you tell if your book shows the right genre? Sometimes it can be difficult, as the author, to know this. The best way I’ve found is to ask a group of people who aren’t your friends, and see if they can tell you what kind of book it is. You can find many authors willing to help over on Kboards.com.
  2. You do not want your book cover to look like you made it yourself, you want it to look professional. I’m not saying you have to pay a graphic designer to create your cover for you. I’ve seen some gorgeous covers created by authors. However, you need to get outside opinions, and help from others who do have some graphic design backgrounds. One of the most telling things about a homemade cover is the font choice. You want to pay close attention to what the traditionally published books are using as fonts, and stick to fonts that look like those. One of the best ways to see if you have what it takes to make a professional looking cover, go pick a traditionally published book and try to re-create the cover with the resources you have available to you. If you can’t do it, you may want to hire a professional who has access to Photoshop and top-notch fonts and graphics.
  3. Thumbnail size. Remember, most people who are browsing on the online bookstores will be viewing teeny tiny book cover images. Shrink your cover down to around 125 pixels high, and look at it. If you can’t tell what genre it is, or if it looks like a hot mess, you might want to re-think your design.
  4. Scream, don’t mumble. You only have a few seconds to portray your book to a potential customer. Make sure your cover isn’t mumbling. People won’t enlarge your cover and spend time contemplating the images to figure out what you mean. If your cover doesn’t scream the genre, then it’s not doing its job. Make sure the images on the cover are clear, even in thumbnail size. Make sure people don’t have to stop and really look at them to know what they are, and what genre they might represent. This is where it’s important to look similar to other books in your genre.
  5. Stay away from homemade art. I know your best friend’s cousin painting something just for you to use as your book cover, but unless they are fantastic, and know a lot about the book industry, you probably shouldn’t use it. If you have written a fantasy novel, and need a great cover with a dragon or a sword, go search deviantart.com and see if there’s an artist over there who you can commission for the cover art. And then, it might be a good idea to hire a graphic designer to put the text on, because sometimes being awesome at digital painting doesn’t mean you know how to put professional looking type on an image.
  6. Be careful with using your own photos. I know of a few authors who take their own photos for their book covers, and it works well. But I know more authors who have tried this, and it failed for them. Before you use your own photos, make sure you’re using a professional camera. (If your camera has F Stop settings, you’re probably fine.) If you don’t know what F Stop settings are, you probably should either hire it out, or use stock photos. When you go to create the paper cover, you’ll need images that have 300DPI, and are at least 6.5×9.5 inches, or the cover photos will look pixelated.
  7. Stay away from happy people. This might sound dumb, but have you ever really studied book covers? Unless you’re writing a non-fiction book about happy marriages, or something like that, you don’t want happy people on the cover of your book. Even sappy romances have couples on the front who are brooding and serious looking. Why? Because you want to imply conflict in the book. No one wants to read a book about happy people. There’s no story there. The cover should reflect what you’ll find on the inside. Conflicted characters who are going through hard times. No matter what the genre, your characters have obstacles to overcome. Show this in the images you choose. This also goes for sunsets and rainbows. Book covers with sunsets or pretty landscapes do not promise the reader any conflict or action.

 

If you have some basic skills, you can design your own book cover. If you don’t have access to Photoshop, you can download Gimp for free at http://www.gimp.org. There’s a bit of a learning curve with Gimp and Photoshop, but you can learn how to do most things if you go on YouTube and search for Gimp or Photoshop tutorials.

 

Mark Coker, founder of Smashwords, said something important when he came to speak at my local writer’s guild conference. He said, “A good book cover makes a promise to the reader.” He’s right. I’ll even take that further and say a bad book cover makes a promise to the reader also. You’re just promising the wrong things.

 

You definitely don’t want to be promising your readers the wrong thing. Don’t promise that the inside of the book has sloppy writing, by making a sloppy cover. Don’t spend two years writing the book, and ten minutes slapping together the image that will forever be associated with the book. I know people say not to judge a book by its cover, but people do it everyday. Spend some time creating something that will catch the reader who is looking for your book.

 

After you are finished designing your cover, get some outside opinions. Post it up in a forum for authors, and see what they say. Get some help from some graphic designers who know what they are doing. It’s better to hear criticism now, than to publish your book and get no sales.

 

And in the end, if you try and can’t get anything to work, you can hire a graphic designer. Many of them have pre-made covers for sale, at a discount. Don’t know where to find a graphic designer? You can go to Kboards.com and click on the Yellow Pages for Authors, there’s a ton of cover designers over there.

 

Here’s a link: http://www.kboards.com/yp/

 

 

 

 

 

 

slide 2

Victorine enjoys commercial success through her writing, thanks in part to her ability to analyze and adapt to the constantly changing trends in today’s publishing environment. She self-published her first book, Not What She Seems, in April of 2010. In March of 2011, Not What She Seems began its 6 week run on The New York Times best selling eBook list. By May 2011 she had sold over 100,000 copies. Victorine’s first romantic comedy novel, Accidentally Married, hit the USA Today Best selling books list in January 2015. Victorine is a graphic designer as well, and can be hired for book cover design.

 

 

 

 

 

 

slide 3

 

Sidney’s matchmaking business, Blissfully Matched, is failing. No one will hire her simply because she, herself, is unattached. When her best friend convinces her to put on a fake engagement ring, business immediately picks up. Sidney’s life improves until Blake, her childhood crush, returns to Bishop Falls. It’s a good thing she’s got a fake engagement ring, because Blake broke her heart ten years ago, and she’s not about to let him do it again.

Blake can’t believe little Sidney Reed is all grown up. Too bad she’s engaged. But when Sidney’s best friend lets it slip that the engagement is fake, he makes it his goal to get Sidney to tell him the truth. They used to be best friends. All it will take is some time, and getting to know her better. Right?

 

slide 4

 

http://www.victorinelieske.com/

http://bluevalleyauthorservices.com/

https://www.amazon.com/Victorine-E.-Lieske/e/B003J4VTKO/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1470423726&sr=8-1

https://www.facebook.com/victorinelieske/

 

 

 

 

Victorine E. Lieske, New Week New Face, #NWNF, First Impressions, Genre, Professionalism, Images, Accidentally Married, Mistakenly Married, Not What She Sees, Success Selling eBooks

Read Full Post »

FaithfullyBookish

connecting & encouraging

Two Girls and A Book

Two Gals Who Love to Read

Jill Weatherholt

Writing Stories of Love, Faith and Happy Endings While Enjoying the Journey

The Pilot Wife Life

Flying is his passion and he chooses it. He is my passion and I choose him.

Jessica Kate Writing

Inspirational contemporary fiction

LANA VAWSER

MINISTRIES

Selected Essays and Squibs by Joseph Suglia

The Web log of Dr. Joseph Suglia

Pepper D Basham

Britallachian romance peppered with grace and humor

Crystal Olmos

Olmos There

Seven Angels, Four Kids, One Family

Sometimes sarcasm is the only sane response

Fiction Aficionado

The power of fiction, the beauty of words, and the God who made us to wield them for His glory.

heartofthehomesite

Christian Homemaker Mommy

A Thousand Finds

The Brain—is wider than the Sky

Together We Survive

"I raise up my voice—not so I can shout, but so that those without a voice can be heard...we cannot succeed when half of us are held back." ―Malala Yousafzai

Margaret Welwood on Writing Children's Books

A children's book writer's journey

Grandma's Treasures

Five precious children--fears, joys, laughter and lessons learned

dragonflydanele

Articles, Interviews, and Book Reviews by Danele Rotharmel the Author of The Time Counselor Chronicles