Monday, June 6, 2016

Tasting nashville by kimmie easley

Such a good little story.
To go to Nashville on nothing to make it big, but you no idea where to start.
This book will hook you in from the beginning and it keeps you there. You see how some executives can be, and then you see how quick something can change!
Can't wait to read the next one!!

The Cinderella Arrangement by Vanessa Waltz

Both books are amazing!
The first book about Luke and Jessica it had me in a awww-state at the end.
Ever needed money but you didn't know how to get it and the bad thing is you have a college degree but you still can't find a job in your field. When Jessica went to her old professor for help, looking for a job, he didn't have anything for her. Just told her to keep looking and keep her head high. After that she went to the library to put in more applications  and she found out  how to be a sugar baby. So she went home and filled out the application, and that's how she meets luke, a rich boy who needs a favor and will pay to have it done. The story is really sweet but it's adorable!
Now for the next book....
Natalie and Williams book was pretty cute too. In the beginning I hated William but thank goodness he turned around for me. The stuff William goes through it made me want to cry, it really did.
Natalie is actually Jessica's best friend and William is Luke's cousin. Natalie and William meet at Luke's work party about a campaign launching off. She really didn't want to go but after her breakup with her fiance and her getting laid off of her job her best friend Jessica thought it would be good for her to go to the party and have fun lay-back and just chill out and enjoy herself.
So that's how Natalie and William/ Jessica and Luke meet each other. The story of both parties is really good I do wish I seen more of Jessica and Luke though.
So would I reread this book? yes I would! Even though this is not usually what Imy youst to reading by Vanessa, it's still really good!
Do I recommend this book? absolutely!
I received a copy of this book for my honest review!