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lunes, 27 de abril de 2015

Now I'm more in love with What The Lightning Sees 2

Yes, I have a weakness for some authors, and that includes (of course!) LOUISE BAY and her amazing serials. I encourage you to read her latest one, WHAT THE LIGHTNING SEES, you can have a  look at my opinon of part one here.


You can count on Louise Bay to deliver the perfect combination of compelling characters, good story writing and emotional romance.

As soon as I started reading this second part, I was catapulted to the emotional pain that Haven and Jake were going through due to a misunderstanding.  This situation had me glued to the story. It's a twist that got me really invested, and I loved the way it also affected him. Look at what he says!

---Hurting Haven had hurt me. Her pain had become mine.


The author has come up with an excuse to throw them together again as workmates which I found both clever and funny. It allows them to rethink their decisions over their budding but prematurely snuffed relationship. I liked the way they try to hide their true feelings by feigning indifference. In fact, they're fighting hurt and yearning for each other. It all felt so real, natural and relatable.

The job allows for exciting scenes, funny situations, and a lot of evolution for this inevitable couple. I confess that I loved how their separation turns into an utterly romantic and deeply romantic reconciliation that had me almost on the brink of tears. I felt compassion for Haven's tender feelings then, and I fell in love with Jake forever.

The author's writing style is elegant and natural. You can trust her to take good care of her characters and of the reader. I'm really fond of her male characters who are driven to reassure and care about their loved ones. They are warm, sexy, and smart. Can I dream of one of them to be my own hero?

So reaching that mother of all cliffhangers actually left me speechless. Oh-my-reading-God!

Favourite Quote:

As the cab drove into the distance, I watched, a thousand things I wanted to say and no one to listen.


By USA Today Bestselling Author Louise Bay

Adult Contemporary Novella Series
Part Two Release: April 27, 2015

Haven had thought she was wrong about Jake, but apparently she should have trusted her instincts. He wasn’t the man she thought he was. The chink that Jake managed to put in her armor has healed over. She’s shut down and as far as she’s concerned, it’s all business between them from now on. Thrown together on another assignment, anger, frustration and jealousy are at the forefront of Jake’s emotions. Will Jake convince Haven that he really cares or will he let her go as she insists he must? 

What the Lighting Sees - Part Two - is the second part in a three part novella series. 
Part Three is out on May 25th and is available for pre-order NOW.

Part One Released: March 31, 2015
Amazon: US | UK | Canada | Australia
Barnes and Noble: US | Nook UK

Jake Harrison is everything that Haven Daniels hates about men: over-confident, born into money and too handsome for his own good. Haven finds it difficult to keep her opinions to herself and can’t help but tell Jake exactly what she thinks of him, again and again.
Haven Daniels is uptight, smart and a bit of a bitch – the perfect challenge for Jake. It doesn’t hurt that she’s movie star beautiful and has no idea.
Forced to work together, verbal sparring turns into sexual chemistry but men like Jake are trouble and Haven has had enough trouble to last her a lifetime.
Will Haven give into Jake’s charms? Can Jake peel off Haven’s prickly mask, revealing the woman he knows lies beneath?

Series Release Schedule:
Part One: March 31, 2015
Part Two: April 27, 2015
Part Three: May 25, 2015

USA Today Bestselling Author Louise Bay writes sexy, contemporary romance novels – the kind she likes to read. Her books Faithful and Hopeful are stand-alone novels although there are some overlapping characters. Bestselling The Empire State Series of novellas starts with A Week in New York. My next series is What the Lightning Sees.
Ruined by romantic mini-series of the eighties, Louise loves all things romantic. There's not enough of it in real life so she disappears into the fictional worlds in books and films.
Louise loves the rain, the West Wing, London, days when she doesn’t have to wear make-up, being on her own, being with friends, elephants and champagne.
She loves to hear from readers so get in touch!

 Thank you all for this wonderful tour! :o)

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