Cover Reveal: HIS CHRISTMAS MIRACLE by Summerita Rhayne

Cover Reveal by The Book Club of HIS CHRISTMAS MIRACLE by Summerita Rhayne

 

 
HIS CHRISTMAS MIRACLE
by
Summerita Rhayne
 
Blurb
 
Her impossible wish…



Kyle Masson, Irish billionaire, discovers he had been married to a con woman. Now, left with the pregnant surrogate mother for his child, he’s determined to focus on being a proper father and to care for her throughout her pregnancy. His experience has left him suspicious and cynical. Duped by one woman, he’s determined to not let the expectant mother, Chrissie out of his sight. So, when she plans a trip to India without his knowledge, he follows hot on her heels.



Chrissie feels oppressed by Kyle’s overbearing manner. After losing her father, she feels confused and alone and wants to get acquainted with the family he left in Goa. Kyle’s heavy-handed tactics drive her mad. But she’s also attracted to him. Surely she can’t be drawn to a man this bossy. And then an insidious, incredible wish begins. That her baby should have both the parents.



As compelling attraction drives them together, the improbable dream appears to take a hazy shape.



But Chrissie knows her dreams are poised to be shattered. For she is bound only to be a surrogate, never a real mother…



His Christmas Miracle is a sensual, but tender romance set in beachside Goa at coastal India.



It is sequel to two other Christmas romance stories, His Christmas Delight and His Christmas Surprise.



About the author
 

 

Summerita Rhayne writes contemporary and historical romance with lots of emotional conflict. She first got published in 2013 and has won contests with prestigious publishers such as Harlequin and Harper Collins India. Her pet belief is, if the inspiration is strong enough, the story characters will find a way to make the writer pen them down, even when writing time is in short supply. When cerebrally confronted with the sizzling interaction of two Alpha characters, the only way to get peace is write their book!
 
At heart, she’s a family person and even though she loves her medical teaching profession, she happily becomes a homemaker when not at work. She loves winding down with music, romcoms, cricket (strictly watching only) and social networking. 
 
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The Earl Next Door (The Bachelor Lords of London # 1) by Charis Michaels 

earl.jpgI received the book The Earl Next Door (The Bachelor Lords of London # 1) by Charis Michaels as a review copy courtesy Instrafreebie. It is a story set in England in 1809.

The blurb:

American heiress Piety Grey is on the run. Suddenly in London and facing the renovation of a crumbling townhouse, she’s determined to make a new life for herself—anything is better than returning to New York City where a cruel mother and horrid betrothal await her. The last thing she needs is a dark, tempting earl inciting her at every turn…

Trevor Rheese, the Earl of Falcondale, isn’t interested in being a good neighbor. After fifteen years of familial obligation, he’s finally free. But when the disarmingly beautiful Piety bursts through his wall—and into his life—his newfound freedom is threatened…even as his curiosity is piqued.

Once Piety’s family arrives in London, Falcondale suddenly finds himself in the midst of a mock courtship to protect the seductive woman who’s turned his world upside down. It’s all for show—or at least it should be. But if Falcondale isn’t careful, he may find a very real happily ever after with the woman of his dreams…

The story:

Lady Frinfrock, the marchioness, is an old lady who stays on Henrietta Place with Miss Breedlowe. The book begins with Lady Frinfrock observing Piety Grey coming to the neighbourhood. So she instructs Miss Breedlowe, her companion to investigate. And the story begins.

Having inherited her father’s wealth, Piety Grey buys a house in Henrietta Place, London, England, far, far away from her mother in America in order to avoid getting married to one of her stepbrothers who wants to marry her for her wealth. She moves there with Tiny, her maid and now her friend. The house is in a bad shape and she wants the restoration to be complete and both of them well settled in before her mother’s new family arrives to take her back to America. Her neighbour, the Earl of Falcondale, from whom she has bought the house through her solicitors, had also agreed to give her and Tiny accommodation. Except that the Earl of Falcondale is not the one with whom all the dealings happened but Trevor Rheese. And to top it all, their houses are connected to each other by a secret passageway between the second floors.  Moreover, her staircase is damaged and the only way she can access her second floor is through his house.

Trevor Rheese, the new Earl, has just inherited the title, the property and the debts. He is tired of responsibility and wants to be free. He has sold off the furniture, let go of the staff and is now in the process of selling his inherited house in order to pay off his debts and leave London. He lives in the empty house with one young man, Joseph for company.

Lady Frinfrock takes upon herself to be the moral police of the neighbourhood and tells her companion, Miss Breedlowe to move in with Piety and keeps Tiny. She also gives them a maid.

The repair work begins and so does the interaction and attraction between Trevor and Piety. And then her youngest step brother appears and the others are to follow and Lady Frinfrock and her entourage along with Piety and Tiny move to the Marchioness’s estate in the country.

My take:

For a debut novel, the author has done well. She has written a novel dated back in 1809. The characters are detailed and the plot which breaks into the plots. The stepbrothers are funny. I loved Mrs Frinfrock and her antics.

 

The Extraordinarily Ordinary Life of Cassandra Jones (Walker Wildcats Year 1) Episode 6: Reaching Higher by Tamara Hart Heiner and illustrated by Elisa Allan

reaching higher.jpgI received the  sixth book of the series The Extraordinarily Ordinary Life of Cassandra Jones (Walker Wildcats Year 1) Episode 6: Reaching Higher by Tamara Hart Heiner and illustrated by Elisa Allan as a review copy from the author herself. This series is about ten year old Cassandra Jones and has six episodes.

The blurb:

As Cassandra’s first school year in Arkansas draws to a close, she feels pretty confident with how far she’s come. She’s made new friends, excelled in school, and joined a band.
But then her teacher challenges her to push herself in a friendly competition, and Cassie realizes how far she still has to go. Will Cassie make it to the top of the class?

The story:

In the first episode, ten year old Cassandra or Cassie moved from Arizona to Arkansas with her family and got enrolled in a new school in fifth grade and made two best friends Danelle and Riley. In the second episode, Cassie and her friends plan to form their own Babysitters Club similar to the one in the book. In the third the Joneses travel to Georgia and Florida; in the fourth, Cassie and Emily join the school band and in the fifth, Cassie turns eleven.

In this episode, the final one of Walker Wildcats Year 1, Cassie makes her personal mission to take Riley to the church, participates in science Olympiad, in a talent show and makes a gift in school for mother’s day.

My take:

The book though is a part of the six book series but can easily be read as a standalone, I actually read this book first. Cassie is the responsible child of the family and takes her responsibilities seriously even when she has to cope with a dominating grandmother.

The author has beautifully described Cassie’s feelings in the book. She has described emotions like friendship, losing a pet (I have lost one when I was nine and could empathise with Cassie), dealing with relatives and nervousness  in the book.

I loved the book and the entire series.

Disclaimer: I received a free e-copy of the book from the author in return for my honest review. I have NOT received any monetary compensation for the same.

 

 

The Extraordinarily Ordinary Life of Cassandra Jones (Walker Wildcats Year 1) Episode 5: Miss Popular by Tamara Hart Heiner and illustrated by Elisa Allan

miss popularI received the fifth book of the series The Extraordinarily Ordinary Life of Cassandra Jones (Walker Wildcats Year 1) Episode 5: Miss Popular by Tamara Hart Heiner and illustrated by Elisa Allan as a review copy from the author herself. This series is about ten year old Cassandra Jones and has six episodes.

The blurb:

Cassandra is excited to celebrate her 11th birthday with her new friends from Arkansas. But when her party falls on the same day as another, more popular girl, she realizes that the people she thought were her friends might not be. As she worries about who will be at her party, her cat suddenly gets sick, and having a birthday party becomes the least of her problems.
Readers of Junie B. Jones will love meeting Cassandra!

The story:

In the first episode, ten year old Cassandra or Cassie moved from Arizona to Arkansas with her family and got enrolled in a new school in fifth grade and made two best friends Danelle and Riley. In the second episode, Cassie and her friends plan to form their own Babysitters Club similar to the one in the book. In the third, the Joneses travel to Georgia and Florida and in the fourth, the girls, Cassie and Emily join the school band.

In this episode, it is March and Cassie is excited because she turns eleven. She chooses a cake that her mother would make for her and also invites Danelle and Riley for a sleepover. Danelle is not interested and Riley promises she would come.

My take:

I suddenly remembered how excited we would be when our birthday month approached when we were kids, so was Cassie. The author has beautifully described Cassie’s feelings in the book. She has described emotions like friendship, jealousy in the book.

I loved the book and now I shall move on to the next book of the series.

Disclaimer: I received a free e-copy of the book from the author in return for my honest review. I have NOT received any monetary compensation for the same.

 

The Extraordinarily Ordinary Life of Cassandra Jones (Walker Wildcats Year 1) Episode 4: Fever Pitch by Tamara Hart Heiner and illustrated by Elisa Allan

fever_pitchI received the fourth book of the series The Extraordinarily Ordinary Life of Cassandra Jones (Walker Wildcats Year 1) Episode 4: Fever Pitch by Tamara Hart Heiner and illustrated by Elisa Allan as a review copy from the author herself. This series is about ten year old Cassandra Jones and has six episodes.

The blurb:

Cassandra Jones is finally finding her place in her new school. Her dad decides to start a band, and Cassie eagerly joins, ready to prove her musical talent.  But before she can even get started, she comes down with a rare illness. Will she make her debut? Or will her sister shine instead?

The story:

In the first episode, ten year old Cassandra or Cassie moved from Arizona to Arkansas with her family and got enrolled in a new school in fifth grade and made two best friends Danelle and Riley. In the second episode, Cassie and her friends plan to form their own Babysitters Club similar to the one in the book. In the third episode, the family takes a trip to Florida and Georgia.

In this episode, Cassie wants to learn a musical instrument. She decides on a clarinet and her father decides to teach her, but much to her disappointment, her sister Emily also wants to learn the same. Her father approaches the school and forms a school band as its director and many children join it, but as Cassie is practising to be a part of it, she falls sick.

My take:

The author has described jealousy, sibling rivalry, competitiveness in the book. She has also described how parents balance the relationship between the children by not offending the other.

I loved the book and now I shall move on to the next book of the series.

DISCLAIMER: I received the book as a review copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. I have not received any monetary compensation for the same.

 

The Extraordinarily Ordinary Life of Cassandra Jones (Walker Wildcats Year 1) Episode 3: Road Trip by Tamara Hart Heiner and illustrated by Elisa Allan

road_tripI received the third book of the series The Extraordinarily Ordinary Life of Cassandra Jones (Walker Wildcats Year 1) Episode 3: Road Trip by Tamara Hart Heiner  and illustrated by Elisa Allan as a review copy from the author herself. This series is about ten year old Cassandra Jones and has six episodes.

The blurb:

Cassandra’s family decides to take a trip to Disney World, and Cassie can hardly wait! But things start to go wrong on the drive to Florida when her family’s van breaks down. They take a detour to her cousin’s house, where Cassie discovers that having a crazy family might be one of the best things about her.

The story:

In the first episode, ten year old Cassandra or Cassie moved from Arizona to Arkansas with her family and got enrolled in a new school in fifth grade and made two best friends Danelle and Riley. In the second episode, Cassie and her friends plan to form their own Babysitters Club similar to the one in the book.

In this episode the family takes a trip to Georgia and Florida and Disney World, Florida.

My take:

The author has described the road trip in details and how Cassie being the eldest child is responsible for many things. The description of Disney World is detailed and I felt I was there with the Joneses.

The author has thought like an eleven year old when describing Cassie’s feelings. Emotions like friendship, sibling rivalry, jealousy have been described in the book.

I loved the book and now I shall move on to the next book of the series.

DISCLAIMER: I received the book as a review copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. I have not received any monetary compensation for the same.

 

The Extraordinarily Ordinary Life of Cassandra Jones (Walker Wildcats Year 1) Episode 2: Club Girls by Tamara Hart Heiner and illustrated by Elisa Allan

episode 2I received the second book of the series The Extraordinarily Ordinary Life of Cassandra Jones (Walker Wildcats Year 1) Episode 2: Club Girls by Tamara Hart Heiner and illustrated by Elisa Allan as a review copy from the author herself. This series is about ten year old Cassandra Jones and has six episodes.

The blurb:

What’s special about Cassandra? Absolutely nothing. She’s as ordinary as any other fifth grader. And yet her ordinary life is riddled with hilarious and sometimes heart-breaking mishaps as she guides herself through the world of preteens on the brink of adulthood. When Cassandra and her two best friends decide to start a club, she realizes it’s going to be harder than she thought. She tries to hold it together as she and her friends weather parents who don’t want to drive them, vicious dog attacks, and petty cat fights. On top of that, Cassie is still trying to convince her mom to add a new pet to the family. Will her mom give in and let her have a new dog?

The story:

In the first episode, ten year old Cassandra or Cassie moved from Arizona to Arkansas with her family and got enrolled in a new school in fifth grade and made two best friends Danelle and Riley. She is getting used to the school.

In this episode, Cassie and her friends plan to form their own Babysitters Club similar to the one in the book. So Cassie, Riley, Danelle and Emily form a club and wait for someone to call them on their meeting day.

My take:

The author has beautifully described Cassie’s feelings in the book. Cassie’s relationship with her friends, her siblings and her parents has been beautifully described. I loved the book and am sure all kids would love to read this series.

I loved the book and now I shall move on to the next book of the series.

DISCLAIMER: I received the book as a review copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. I have not received any monetary compensation for the same.