Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Madison's Life Lessons Review

By Gracen Miller

About the book:

Fate can mark one early for a particular future.

Madison Wescott’s life is Hell on earth. Her father, a Baptist Preacher, convinces her she’s morally corrupt when men notice her blooming beauty. She strives to be unnoticeable, but nothing satisfies her condemning parents.

And sometimes fate has nothing to do with one’s potential.

Temptation rears its head when Micah Dominus visits her father’s church on Christmas morning, but she is unprepared for her physical reaction to him. Frightened by her own emotions, she is grateful she’ll never see him again. But when he shows up again at a friend’s funeral, and at other times in her life, she’s swayed by his charisma. Micah becomes her white knight through the good and bad, but can they create the perfect life together? Or has she just located the beginning of the Road to Hell?

Supernatural forces more powerful than fate can claim one’s destiny…

My Review:

A huge thank you to Gracen Miller, author of Madison's Life Lessons for sending me a copy of her book.  I am so honored she asked me to read and review her book.  I also thank her for sending me swag and signing my book and bookmark! 

Madison’s Life Lessons follows Madison through her journey to adulthood and her relationship with Micah.  Madison is raised in a very strict household with overbearing parents.  I feel bad for Madison having a father always talking down to her while her mother kind of stands back.  Her father raised her to believe a certain way by telling her how to think, act and behave.  

When Madison meets Micah, she is instantly entranced by him.  As they get to know each other, Madison’s parents attempt to come between them.  Micah takes the role of her rock and the only one who truly listens to her.  

Madison and Micah have a deep connection and refuse to let anyone tear them apart.  Madison’s LifeLessons ends with a huge question mark and wanting more!  This is a book that will keep you glued to the pages.  

Gracen Miller

Disclosure of Material Connection: A book was provided to me by the author for review.  No payment was received by me in exchange for this review nor was there an obligation to write a positive one. All opinions expressed here are entirely mine and may not necessarily agree with those of the author, the book's publisher and publicist or the readers of this review.  This disclosure is in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part255, Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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