Breaking Free


Have you ever read a book that you just didn’t want to put down? My most recent book like that was Breaking Free. It’s main character, Kelsi, believes she is the one to blame for the car wreck that killed her best friend Jenna. In order to cope, Kelsi resorts to cutting in order to stand the pain of her loss. Her step-mother, who is a total witch with a capitol B, sends her to a camp to help troubled youth. While there she falls for a fellow camper that she nicknames, JC. JC has a secret of his own, that he is afraid if he tells Kelsi, she will never want to talk to him again. They get closer as their time at camp goes on. One night there is a really bad storm and the counselor, Chris, gets hurt. It is up to Kelsi and another female camper to get back to the lodge to get help. When they get there, they find out more has happened back at their camp, but it will be morning before they can find out what. Kelsi’s step-mom tells her that JC died and Kelsi really loses it.  In the book, Kelsi gets JC’s journal from camp and her “nanny” thinks it will help Kelsi to read it. I don’t want to give away too much, so I will end the summary there. It really is an amazing book. It shines the light on a problem with today’s youth that not many will talk about. Most people would rather act like cutting, and self-harm isn’t happening, but it is. I recommend if you have a teenager going through any kind of mental issue to have them read this book so they realize they are not alone.

You can purchase the kindle version on here for $2.99

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Ebook – Four Mothers Review.


If you love to read as much as I do then you need to check out the book Four Mothers: A Novel. Sadly, I do not get to read as much as I would like to anymore with work, school, and family life. When I do get a chance I love to find new books. I was glad when I seen this one for review on Tomoson, because I hadn’t even heard of the author before. I knew that this would give me a chance to expand my mind even more.

The story begins with the birth of the family’s first boy to Amal, the last generation. Her mother, grandmother and great-grandmother are overjoyed, because the birth of a healthy boy means that the curse against the women of the family has been broken. They tell Amal the story of those “foremothers”: Mazal, the orphan, whose ill-fated marriage initiates the curse; her daughter Sara, whose golden hair is a symbol for her power to heal; Sara’s daughter Pnina-Mazal, the unwanted child whose talent for knowing others’ thoughts brings both joy and sorrow; and her daughter Geula, Amal’s mother, whose sharp intellect is her gift and her burden.

This book empowers women, which is a blessing in today’s society. It is well worth the read! It can be found on here.
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Ebook – Clean Food Diet Review


I recently was able to review the e-book “Clean Food Diet” by Jonathan Vine. I am glad I did. I have always been interested in clean eating and this book is a great place to start. The recipes included are yummy and super easy to make. I see this book being used more and more as I transition into a healthier lifestyle. My goal for 2015 is to get as healthy as I can and this book is the best place to start. I highly recommend that anyone thinking about a lifestyle change to look into this book. It can be found here on

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A Father for Christmas (A Holiday Romance)-Book Review

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The past few days I haven’t felt the best so I did what I always do when I’m under the weather. I grab my favorite mug and fill it with peppermint mocha flavored coffee, grab a good book, my comfy p.j.’s, and a blanket. Everyone in my house knows when they see that combo it means I’m not feeling good and to approach with caution….lol.

Christmas Gift

This time I decided I was tired of reading the same books over and over again so I got a new one. I read “A Father for Christmas (A Holiday Romance)”.  I am glad I went out of my usual genre to read this book. I couldn’t put it down once I started reading it.  It wasn’t overly sappy with the romance, which is usually why I stay away from romance novels. The author had me laughing and crying as the story developed. It is also the type of story I would watch as a Lifetime Movie or even a Hallmark Movie. It was the feel good type that everyone can’t help but fall in love with.

In the book, 4 year old Bree, asks Santa for a Papa for Christmas. Her mom, Kelly, doesn’t think she needs a man in her life, and tries to make excuse and tries to claim that Bree asked for a puppy. Santa promises Bree that her Papa would be under the tree on Christmas morning. Tyler, a homeless war vet, over hears Bree talking to Santa and sets out to get into her’s and Kelly’s lives. Just one thing, Tyler suffers from a major case of PTSD. Kelly isn’t sure she should trust Tyler around her daughter, or get her daughters hopes up for a Papa. Kelly also has a skeleton in her closet too. She spent time in jail for insider trading. As the story progresses both Tyler and Kelly realize they both need a second chance at life and happiness. Kelly realizes that maybe, just maybe, she does need a man in her life. Not because she is weak, but because she is strong, strong enough to be there for Tyler and be his steady rock. Both Tyler and Kelly help each other become better people and in turn making a family for Bree.

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