Author: Christina C. Jones
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
When you discover an author that you like and really get into her work, it’s the most amazing feeling. I love discovering new authors daily and I am always on the hunt for new books to read. That will never change. I do come across some books that are really not worth reading and sometimes it makes me not want to try new authors but then I get surprised by someone and that kicks that argument right out the door.
My most current favorite book is from one of my new favorite authors Christina C. Jones.
I know, I know… I say this a lot but I keep discovering awesome authors who deserve to be on this list!
And this sister can write! I got a sample of her novel ‘Finding Forever’ a while back and I liked it but for some reason, I never bought the book. So when I went searching again for new authors I decided to get her book. So worth it!
‘Finding Forever’ is about a matchmaker who decides to live in the moment during her best friend’s wedding and it ends in a disaster. She goes home hoping to start fresh and we all know how the past has a way of catching up to you if you try to run away before it’s resolved. And that’s exactly what happens!
Her writing is phenomenal and she knocked my socks off with that book! I thoroughly enjoyed it! I laughed, cried, and felt every emotion she put into her characters. Tori and Avery were amazing together. And I loved that she didn’t rush them into a happily ever after. Their story ended perfectly!
Below you will find the details of the book and where to purchase it!
Happy Reading! I know you will enjoy it!
After her latest ill-fated attempt to find a forever relationship of her own, Tori Kennedy is content with connecting the dots for others, bringing them together in pursuit of lifetime love. Fresh off of the demise of her marriage, she decides to take advantage of an opportunity to do something a little — okay, a lot — crazy, and heavily fueled by an overload of emotions.
Thinking that her impulsive decision and its disastrous results are behind her, Tori moves forward with her pursuit of a happily single existence, until her best friend contacts her with a request that places a constant reminder in her life : Avery.
Avery Anderson is the epitome of “the kind of guy your momma warned you about.” Handsome, successful, charming… and not at all interested in being roped into anything that resembles love. Tori ending up in his bed doesn’t surprise him at all — it’s just what he does— but his feelings afterwards? That’s another story. An ultimatum placed on him by his little sister puts him back in arm’s reach of the pretty matchmaker that he can’t get off of his mind, but she’s not taking the bait this time.
Tori just wants to be rid of him so that she can move on with her life, and it’s not Avery’s style to chase someone who doesn’t want to be caught. When both parties are content to let the spark flicker out, can love — or something like that— still lead the way to forever?
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Check out the second book in the Friends and Lovers series:
After a rejection from a long-time crush throws him off his game, Brandon Jensen decides that maybe it’s time to start a new one, with the beautiful Nadia Clark on his team.
She’s just right for what he has in mind. Quiet and laid back, while still being undeniably energetic and appealing. But there’s a reason behind Nadia’s reserved nature. She’s starting over, and while something casual with Brandon seems like a nice distraction… it’s just that. A distraction.
Neither of them went into this thing — whatever it is — looking for the type of unspoken connection that they find. Nadia is just trying to a build a life, and Brandon isn’t interested in chasing a commitment…until it starts to slip away.
Also check out her newest novel from her Serendipitous Love series (Book 5):
Two years after leaving the neighborhood to pursue an opportunity she couldn’t pass up, Sydnee Scott is back. She’s smart, sassy, and maybe a little bit spoiled, but she’s ready to reclaim her place in her family, and in the family business…
That spot is currently filled by Harlan Ramsey, head manager. He came to Stacks – the man, and the restaurant named after him – looking for connection, and he got it, in the form of a surrogate family. He’s frustratingly handsome, charming to the point of annoyance, and according to her father, Sydnee is supposed to think of him as her brother.
She’d rather not think of him at all.
They used to be friends, and were almost more before a betrayal shifted them apart. Sydnee has been comfortable in her anger for two long years, but when her father requests that they work together, they’re forced to confront how they really feel for each other. A decision has to be made: remain at odds, or give in to a love that has always been brewing, before it’s too late to matter?