Saturday, December 20, 2014

Book Review: Snowflakes & Fire Escapes by J.M. Darhower

Title: Snowflakes & Fire Escapes
By: J.M. Darhower
Anthology: All I Want
Released On: December 13, 2014

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Cody Moran and Gracie Callaghan wanted nothing more than to escape the life they'd been born into, but it's the kind of life that doesn't like to let go. A story of love and heartache spanning the streets of Hell's Kitchen to far, far away, where it doesn't snow.



*An e-ARC was provided by the authors for an honest review.*

Let me start off by saying, that I have NEVER cried so hard reading a book before in my whole life!!

This has to be one of my favorite stories of J.M. Darhower's!

It was so heartfelt, so real, and so full of sweet angsty-love, I couldn't read through my tears!

You know how when your true love just knows?

Knows how your feeling, knows what you need at that moment, knows how to cheer you up?

That was Cody for Gracie.

I just LOVE how Cody looks after Gracie!

He genuinely wants what is best for her. He puts her best interest first, before his own.

And that is what makes me LOVE LOVE LOVE Cody.

Thank you, J.M. Darhower, for making me feel.

I felt love, hopefulness, heartbreak, disappointment, and gratification all in one book!

Definitely one of Darhower's best work!

I loved Snowflakes & Fire Escapes and I give it my 6-star rating!

= For those books that were extra special for me. Sometimes they moved me emotionally or made me think deeply about a topic.

Sometimes they were beautiful stories. Most of the time they were the books that I need to own and will reread over and over again because I love the characters and story.

About The Author:

J.M. Darhower is the USA Today bestselling author of books about the hottest hitmen and the women who find some hope in them. She lives in a tiny town in rural North Carolina, where she churns out more words than will ever see the light of day.

She has a deep passion for politics and speaking out against human trafficking, and when she isn’t writing (or fangirling) she’s usually ranting about those things. Chronic crimper with a vulgar mouth, she admits to having a Twitter addiction. You can usually find her there.

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