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Sunday, March 19, 2017

Review of Silent Night Man by Diana Palmer

  
 
 
 
Book review of Silent Night Man by Diana Palmer.
 
From goodreads.com:

Silent Night Man by Diana Palmer

This Christmas, New York Times bestselling author Diana Palmer revisits a tale of danger and true love under the mistletoe…What does Millie Evans want in her stocking for Christmas? Just one thing…to feel safe. Even though her stalker is dead, he arranged for a hit man to kill her. Now the special government agent Millie has loved from afar for years has vowed to protect her. The man of her dreams seems finally within her grasp… In order to keep Millie safe, Tony Danzetta moves the prim librarian into his home. He insists on keeping her in sight 24/7, but their proximity causes Tony to question what he really wants for the holidays. Can the agent resign himself to keeping Millie at arm's length—or can their secret connection blossom into a real happily-ever-after?
 
Leona's Review:
This is a re-read of Silent Night Man for me. It is a fast read, only 120 pages, and so things move quickly. I wanted to re-read so I could do a review.
Tony has Millie move into his place so he can protect her. His friend, John, had been a stalker of Millie, unknown to Tony. He had originally blamed her for the suicide death of John. Now, he knew there was a death contract out for Millie and she needed protection.
Millie had worked with the foster mother of Tony and knew a lot of Tony, but not the whole story of his youth. She had been in love with him for years and he had no interest.
There is some sexual content but very little. No bad language.
I loved the ending of the book. 
I am giving this a 4 star rating as I liked the book.
 
Diana Palmer may be found at  http://www.dianapalmer.com/
 
Leona Olson
 
 
 
 

Friday, March 17, 2017

Life into Mist by Haidji

Life into Mist by Haidji
 
From the back of the book:
 
Life into Mist is a story about life, love, pain and wishes.
...that creates images in a reader's mind, as would each word
be a brushstroke inside the paintings of your imagination.
 
Leona's Review:
 
This was a poetic book that made me feel the ocean and her paint brushstrokes. Characters are added all the time and fit into the story.
My feelings is that I thought it was the end of one's life but another review thought it was the beginning.
I am sure when I re-read Life into Mist, I will  see something different.
It was somewhat strange to me but easy flowing.
I will give it star rating because it was different.
I received a complimentary from the author, Haidji, and LibraryThing.
Haidji is a writer, artist, painter, designer, photographer, performer.
She calls herself  "just Haidji".
 
Leona Olson