Review of Safe in His Arms

It’s release day for Melanie D. Snitker’s Safe in His Arms. I’m very excited because I had the opportunity to read it early. It’s a clean romantic suspense that will keep you flipping pages and groaning in frustration when something else demands your attention and you have to put it down. I recommend all of Snitker’s work, she writes Christian romance and this is her first romantic suspense novel.

51GKrwhm8yL__SX331_BO1,204,203,200_When a beautiful woman walks into his diner asking for a job, Joel Ash can’t bring himself to say no. The more he gets to know Anna, the more he’s convinced she’s hiding something. Intrigued and drawn to protect her, he prays he can ensure her safety and guard her heart. Even if it means risking his own in the process.

Anna Henderson is on the run. In a new town, she wants nothing more than to trust Joel and the family offering her a fresh beginning. She’s secured vital evidence that could put her obsessive ex behind bars and out of her life. But without the ability to access it, she’ll always be looking over her shoulder.

Worried her past will catch up with her, can Anna ever feel safe in Joel’s arms?

I really enjoyed Anna’s journey to independence and safety. She’s found life hard since the grandparents who raised her passed away and hasn’t known what it is to have a family in several years. I admire her for running away from an abusive relationship. Even though it meant living in her van, it’s exactly what she needed to do. She couldn’t run into a better man to insist on a job. Her fierce determination to be independent and scars from her past don’t make things easy on Joel at all. I love how he can’t resist falling for her even though she pushes him away. Readers will easily fall in love with him. This is a must-read for lovers of clean romance.









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Book Spotlight: Bethany’s New Reality

Today I’m happy to spotlight new release Bethany’s New Reality by Rachel John. I had the opportunity to read an early copy of this book before it was published. It’s clean chick lit peppered with plenty of humor and wit. I absolutely enjoyed it. It’s a must-read for chick lit lovers.

Where does acting end and love begin?

51PSu1DYJDL__SX322_BO1,204,203,200_Turning thirty and surrounded by married couples, Bethany Parks does something she never thought she’d try—reality TV dating. Although finding love would be nice, she’s mostly looking for a fun distraction.

Bethany thinks she’s prepared for aggressive cameras and competitive flirting, but this is a show like no other. The provided wardrobe is a collection of the worst fashion trends of all time, and even more disturbing, they’ve brought on everyone’s exes, including Todd, her most recent dating mistake. He’s the last person in the world she wants to mingle with while sporting ‘mom’ jeans.

Things aren’t all bad. Her new buddy Tyson has her back, and Bethany can’t keep her eyes off the gorgeous and mysterious Carter. She knows right away she’ll have to protect her heart, because on a show like this, the worst thing might actually be falling in love.

Available now in paperback and ebook at Amazon.

71hcAkHMelL__UX250_Rachel John lives in Arizona, USA with her husband, four crazy kids, and her desert tortoise. Her first novel, What Not to Say When You’re Running Away, is about friendships and dating at Eastern Arizona College. Rachel is currently revising it to make it even better, so it will stay off sales channels until it’s ready. Stay tuned. Her next novel, Bethany’s New Reality will release May 3rd, 2016. Rachel graduated from Eastern Arizona College a long, long time ago and knows all about being socially awkward and running away from boys. She went on to Arizona State University and received a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature. Come visit Rachel on her facebook page, blog or twitter. She’d love to hear from you!
Twitter: @RJohnAuthor

None But You and the Crème de la cover contest

It’s exciting! Another nomination from InD’tale Magazine came this week. The beautiful cover for None But You created by Perry Elisabeth Design has been nominated in the Crème de la Cover contest. Cast your vote if you love it But You Cover . It only takes a minute to register on their site to vote. Thanks so much for all your support, readers!