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Saturday, March 19, 2016

Book Tour: Saving Sarah May

Losing everything doesn’t mean you can’t start over again. 

Adventurous Sarah May had everything, the perfect job, the perfect house, the perfect future. But when the love of her life is killed in Iraq, it plummets her entire world into darkness. Emily Frost never imagined an end to her abusive marriage. Now divorced, living with her mother, and raising her daughter, she vowed never again to give her heart to anyone. Food critic Kate Berkhill has jumped from bad relationship to bad relationship, and after her boyfriend dumps her for her sister, she’s decided to give up on men altogether. For three friends, a trip to Ireland seemed like the idyllic, carefree break from their troubled lives. Instead, the emerald isle forces each of them to face her demons head on, to discover herself, find healing, and possibly new love. 

S. J. Reisner began writing at the age of ten and never stopped. Because she loves to read everything, picking a genre didn’t come easy. This is why she has four different pen names and writes everything from non-fiction to horror to contemporary romance. Her non-fiction and erotic romances have been bestsellers on Barnes & Noble and Amazon.  Under S. J. Reisner she writes general fiction, contemporary romances, adventure fantasy, and YA paranormal stories. This is her first published contemporary romance novel.  When she’s not writing you can find her herding cats, wrangling vegetables in the garden, or engaging in one of her many hobbies. She lives along the front range of the Rocky Mountains with her husband and two rescue cats. To learn more visit

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Cute story about new beginnings and learning to move forward despite tragedy and heartbreak. The girls were fun to get to know and their friendship was endearing. The story was a bit short for me, I thought it would have been fun to go on. However, it did wrap up nicely and did give a feeling of closure and hope for a brighter future than what these woman had come from. It was interesting to follow each story and was interesting that the author chose to show us each of the women during the same time frame so we would redo the same time with each women's situations and decisions. At first it confused me, but once you figure out that you are seeing the same time from another woman's Point of View it's quite unique how the author approached this and not hard to follow at all.
Definitely a light, quick, sweet read!

There are TWO giveaways this time around and TWO chances to win prizes!

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