Wednesday, August 14, 2013

New Book Spotlight: Impassioned and Forgetting Tyra Deets

Molly Bryant has released four books in the last few months. They all are spectacular in their own rights, but two of them really stand out. These two stand out for their emotional storylines and exploration of human nature. While they are two distinctly different genres, her ability to connect and explore the choices that define us are their common thread. Once again, She shows us that she can tackle any genre and give us a page turning story. She has me hooked.  Take a look: 

Jesse meets an intriguing young man with brown eyes, messy-blonde hair, and dimples that set his smile out of this world. As their relationship grows stronger, Jessie learns that she is in danger. Her college life at Boise State University becomes anything but ordinary in a world she never knew existed.

With college students being recruited like puppets into the arms of fallen angels, Jessie has the guardians to keep her safe. In this compelling story of love, loss and betrayal, will Jesse choose the love of eternal damnation? Or will she choose the love of eternal harmony?


True love is hard to hold onto, hard to forget...

Lucus Wilks is sexy, popular, and rich in love. Life seems to be perfect in the small town of Aurora Colorado- Luke is happy. That is until one night when an abnormally-freakish storm hits causing an accident leaving the love of Lucus' life-Tyra Deets-mangled nearly beyond recognition, changing the lives of many around her. Day after day things change, people change. Tyra does her best to give Luke the life he so desperately deserves, a life where she no longer exists.

Like everyone else, will Lucus be able to forget about Tyra Deets?

Find out in this epic story of love, loss, and revenge where you will find that everyone gets a second chance, a chance at revenge... including Tyra Deets.

*** Mature content 18+ Explicit content for language and sexuality***

I am in the middle of reading Impassioned and can't wait to tell you what I think in my review. This is just one example of how great Indie authors can be. Two books well worth the money.  Fell free to share your favorite Indie reads in the comments. Let me know who I am missing out on so we can spread the word. 

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