The Charlotte Chronicles By Jen Frederick Book Review







The Charlotte Chronicles by Jen Frederick

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Young love, their lives intertwined. The families lived on the share the same Pent House floor. They grew up together, Charlotte and Nathan were destine to be together, it was in the stars. But things change, Charlotte got sick, Nathan had to grow up, he didn’t want to hurt Charlotte, he didn’t realize he did.

There are two parts to this fantastic book written by Jen Frederick, She does a really awesome job of making this story work. The first part they are teenagers, but life happens they grow up and grow apart, not really wanting to be apart.

The second part of the story brings it together. This was a book I could not put down, it was such a great story that I loved it from the beginning. You will not be able to put this book down once you start reading it.

I love Jen Frederick’s style of writing and can’t wait to read more.
Well worth the five stars that I gave it.

I received this book for an honest review.

What Goodreads says about the book:

Charlotte and Nathan were supposed to be forever. They grew up together. Their families were intertwined. Charlotte was Nathan’s first love. Nathan was Charlotte’s first everything.

Until they weren’t.

How do you hold on to the person you know in your heart you are supposed to be with when everything and everyone in the universe is telling you it’s over?

How many times does a heart break?
When is enough…..enough?
How long is forever?

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Book Review: The Best is Yet to Come by Tamie Dearen

The Best is Yet to ComeThe Best is Yet to Come by Tamie Dearen

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was a sweet short story romance. I really like the book, I loved the way the author brought in the characters.

He is a billionaire nearing 50 years old, hasn’t been married yet, hasn’t found anyone to match his interest. His Executive Assistant is leaving him, and he needs a new Assistant. He isn’t happy that she is leaving him.

here are a few characters in this story and it goes really quick, I followed the book well and now of course I need to real all the books she wrote. If like a fun romance and something a little different I think you would like this book and series.

This was a Kindle book that I found on Amazon to read.



What this book is about From Goodreads:

This free novella is a prequel and adjunct for Her Best Match, run to read before or after the novel. It is a short look inside the head of billionaire Steven Gherring, who likes to control everything in his life. But just when he thinks nothing could ever surprise him, he meets Anne Best. His response to her surprises even himself! This is a quick read with sassy characters and lots of laughs. The book includes the first chapter of Her Best Match, as a preview.

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The Best Is Yet to Come: A Romantic Comedy (The Best Girls Book 0)
Her Best Match: A Romantic Comedy (The Best Girls Book 1)


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About this Author:


About this author
I don’t really write romance novels. I write PG rated Romantic Comedies and Young Adult Fantasy. I love writing. I also love playing musical instruments, singing, song-writing, and painting. My day job involves a bit of sculpting and carving.

I live with my very romantic husband of thirty-one years. Although our daughters are grown and married, we’ve never had an empty nest. The house is constantly full of young people. Some are temporary residents. Some come to share meals or swim. Some just come to hang out. But the constant flow of young folks in and out of the house brings joy and excitement to our home and inspiration for writing.

I met my husband as a freshman in college when I acted out of character on a whim. One night in the library lobby, I spied a cute guy with his first name written on the back of his shirt. I called out his name. When he approached to talk to me, I pretended that I’d met him before, asking about his classes and how he liked college. To my surprise and delight, he also pretended that he knew me, but of course he didn’t know my name. We continued this false relationship for two months. Each time we saw each other, an event that occurred three times per week at the cafeteria, he would pretend he knew me. Meanwhile, all of my friends were careful not to reveal my name to him. When he finally admitted his ignorance of my name, he was astonished to learn the truth. And the rest is history.

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I’d love to get your feedback whether you love my books or hate them. I believe you’re never too old to learn.I love this quote, Diana
“I’m wondering what to read next.” — Matilda, Roald Dahl