Whenever I get a book, I usually look up the author on a few sites and see what other's have said, so I can have an idea of what to expect. I found nothing but good things on C. J. English, the author of Affairy Tale.
So I checked out Youtube, where the book trailer was posted and loved it. Then I opened the book and found scripture from Leviticus 20. It gave me goosebumps- I don't know why! I guess the severity of the book's situation and the fact that this book is a memoir just blew me away! I was geared up for a good read. I was not disappointed.
C. J. is in search of an adventurous love. A love that keeps her panting at night and grinning like the Cheshire Cat during the day. She knows that's exactly what she'd have in Grant, but she marries Levi... because it's the right thing to do for her daughter's life and healthy upbringing.
Against everything in her being, she marries the father of her child. And regrets it. She dreams of the man she wants but subsists with debilitating regret with the one who was the prudent
if you want a nice read that gives you an ending that's totally sweet and worth the wait, read Affairytale. It's not your usual tale of romance. Not at all!
Off to my next book! 📚
Rating: 👓👓👓👓👓/5 specs
*Joy of Witchcraft is next.
**Book provided by C. J. English, for an honest review.
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