Dec 192014

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$2 Christian Fantasy

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$5 Christian Romance Set

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Dec 182014

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Thirty-four year old professor, Dani Carrigan never thought she wanted to be a mother. Until she saw that little blue line, that is. Since then she’s known that this is the best course for her life. Sure, it may not be the “smart” choice but Dani has always done what’s smart now it’s time to do something else.

But what’s right isn’t always what’s easy. When it looks like the baby’s daddy isn’t so on board with having this baby and Dani finds there may be health complications, Dani hides. From her sisters, from her friends, from her decisions.

Will anyone be able to reach Dani through her self-doubt and denial?

Hott Review:

Oh mu goodness!! “Close To Her Heart” is amazing! This book was so much more than a sweet romance!
What I liked: I loved Dani in this book. In other books, I’d thought she was a bit stuffy but in “Close To Her Heart” Dani truly shines. (She also seems to be very much like me so I’m wondering if people see me as stuffy…)
C. J. Carmichael completely winds your emotions around Dani and her decisions. It hurt so much to see her alone and pulling away from everyone because she couldn’t make the decisions she thought they’d want her to make.
What I didn’t like: It was really hard for me to see this end. I really want to stay a part of Dani’s life…


Author: C. J. Carmichael
Source: Tule Publishing Group LLC via Netgalley
Grade: A
Ages: 15+
Steam: Nada
Setting: Seattle, Washington
Series: Carrigans of the Circle C #3, Montana Born Brides

Promise Me Cowboy

Good Together

Close To Her Heart

Snowbound in Montana

Author Bio:

Rita Award nominated author C.J. Carmichael has published more than 30 books with Harlequin. Right now she’s loving cowboys and Montana–those are the themes of the books she’s writing for Harlequin American.

CJ likes to write stories about romance and intrigue with a strong sense of community and family. If you enjoy her Harlequin books, you might want to check out her self-published titles. The Gift is a short novella Christmas story and A Buried Tale is a puzzler of a mystery that will keep you guessing and shock you with the surprise ending.

You’ll find both on Amazon, kobo and her website.

Websites & Links: author's website twitter

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