Monday, March 20, 2017

Great Multicultural Romance

Clean Multicultural Romance 

The path to true love is never easy… but it’s always worth it.

Nova Velez has a busy life, working two jobs, volunteering at the hospital, and finishing graduate school. It’s all necessary to fulfill her dream of helping troubled children. To graduate, she has to complete her school counseling internship, but it won’t be easy working with depressed, hormone-addled students. When she meets her distractingly handsome mentor, Bryce and the jealous, domineering principal, things become more complicated. When sparks begin to fly between her and Bryce, complicated takes on a completely new meaning. 
Enjoy this and more in the enchanting love story, “Kissing the Intern.

If you like multicultural romance or clean and wholesome romance, you will love "Kissing the Intern"

Buy it now for 2.99: Available on Amazon 


Reviews:

on March 21, 2017
Romance, romance, romance. It's my favorite genre of novels and this one did not disappoint. 
There was tension, issues, jokes, kisses and more! You will love it too!

on March 18, 2017
Kissing the Intern is a strong second showing from newcomer Brian Terenna, who shows
his diversity as an author by breaking into a completely new genre.
 It combines romance and humor with a look at some of life's ordinary and not so ordinary issues.
 The prose are on point and the writing flows smoothly from one page to the next,
 creating a page-turning masterpiece. A huge recommend and already looking forward to his next book!



Best Fantasy Books

Top Fantasy Books

(In no particular order)

1. The Way of Kings by Brandon  Sanderson - It's just great. It's going to be a ten book series and I'm
in for the long haul. If you like complex fantasy with intricate plots, this is the book series for you.

2. The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss - An extremely well written novel with an amazing lead character. I just love this novel and it's part of a three book series. The second novel is also amazing.

3. Red Rising by Pierce Brown - This three book series is absolutely amazing. It's the greatest fantasy series I have every read. I can't recommend this series more!

4. Prince of Thorns  by Mark Lawrence - A great novel with a very strong and interesting lead character. The other novels in the series were not as great, but this novel alone is a great read.


5. Talent Storm by Brian Terenna - A dark dystopian fantasy novel with a complex plot. If you like unexpected plot twists, Talent Storm is for you. (At least I think it's great, but it's my novel so I'm a little biased.)