Thursday, April 11, 2013

Forbidden Angel

Forbidden Angel 
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When captured by the Nazi's, Sarah finds herself in a concentration camp that not only brings her closer to death...but closer to love.
Sarah Brenner, a young Jewish woman, is terrified when she finds herself in the heat of a railcar bound for a work camp in Nazi Germany. For years she, along with her mother and sister, had hidden from the SS, but no one could hide forever. Her hatred for those who have enslaved them is ever-growing, especially when they arrive and she encounters the shockingly handsome Nazi doctor who can’t seem to keep his eyes—or hands—off her.
Aurel Rothstein is not your everyday concentration camp physician. The endless prisoners and lack of care he's allowed to give have made him numb to the work he so coveted. It isn’t until he comes face to face with a beautiful prisoner that his heart becomes involved with his job—a forbidden and fatal move to any Nazi.
When a vile soldier takes direct interest in Sarah, she will be forced to make a choice that will change her life forever: ignore the pull toward the handsome doctor or give in to the forbidden passion he awakens with only a look. Either way they both risk everything... 


****This book was part of a blog tour I received a copy for my honest review.****
Aurel is a Nazi doctor who has emotionally distanced himself from his work, Sarah is a young Jewish woman sent to the concentration camp. The two of them are fighting a forbidden attraction that could be the death of them both. This book is incredibly good,  the author managed to take a situation that was heartbreaking and turn it into something filled with joy. This book had me crying at the utter helplessness of some of the situations and the things that the characters had to endure. Underneath it all there was hope and a sweet love story. Forbidden Angel was a wonderful read that packs an emotional punch in it's short pages. 

The Adventures of being a mom and writer. 

As a child I always wanted to write. There were multiple times in my teenage years where I tried to sit down at the computer and write a book. All of those times were (sadly) unsuccessful. It wasn't until after my son was born and only a few months old that I realized 'Hey, I can do this!' Some people have asked me just how it's even possible to be a mother, a writer, a student, an editor, and not to mention friend and family member to the people who are important in my life. The answer is simple really, though I wish I had a complicated answer for this question to make myself sound like the ultimate time-management specialist. My son is almost five now, (needless to say the journey to being published is on a rocky, pot hole-filled road, lol) and I found that it was having him and everything else to do, that forced me to sit down and get my butt into gear. Anything worth having (in terms of career choices) won't be easy to receive and working hard for something is the best and most rewarding part. It's knowing that I did it, in spite of all of the obstacles in my way. It was rough, but I made it through, with more books to come later this year. I am so pleased to be sharing my debut novella with all of you and hope you will take the time to check out and bring your fan, because things are going to get hot! ;-)
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  1. Thank you so much for hosting me! :) I am so pleased that you enjoyed the book. :)

  2. Sounds really interesting! Thanks!

  3. most awesome!! I'd like to read :)
    and thank you for the awesome giveaway!