Title: Cupid’s Confederates
Publisher: Carina Press
Pub Date: 21st March 2011
Author: Jennifer Greene
Seriously speaking, I was never a fan of contemporary romance until I found Ms. Jennifer Greene’s gems. I used to find contemporary romance boring, lame, and very mundane, but Ms. Greene did not make me feel that way when i read all of her books.
Her romance stories are all very realistic and close to home, and her romanti scenes are all touching and never too exaggerating.
Cupid’s Confederates is no different from those other books written by her that I’ve read. This book reminds me of the times I felt my privacy was invaded by those whom I can’t exactly get rid off. Reading this book made me feel like crying, because it makes me feel as I was living those dark times of my life all over again.
Kudos to Ms. Greene for bringing so much emotion in this book. I would want to rate the book 4 out of 5 stars, but I will have to settle for 3.5 stars, cuz this book makes me feel so miserable for days despite of the warmth and inspiration that it brought me. (Yea… I’m a woman rule by her hormones… make me cry… I’ll penalize the book. =.=)
Bett and Zach Monroe were newly married and just starting their careers when they suddenly found themselves owners of a neglected farm in Michigan. Unable to resist the lure of the land, the young couple set out to build their own private paradise. The days are long, the work is hard, but Bett and Zach love every minute of it. And through it all, their passion for one another burns as hot as ever.
Three’s a crowd…
But their peace is threatened when Bett’s widowed mother comes for a “visit”-bringing with her a U-Haul of belongings. Within an hour of her arrival, Elizabeth is causing friction between Bett and Zach. And as the days become weeks, their house no longer feels like home, they are barely speaking, and privacy is nonexistent.
There’s only one way to reclaim their own happily-ever-after: marry Elizabeth off.
This book will be published on 21st March 2011. For more information on this title, click here to visit the author’s website.
Cleffairy: I want to stop giving certain people in my life the power to hurt me. Therefore, I don’t welcome them in my life… at all. It’s best to shut them out, and good riddance to bad rubbish!