Sunday KU Spotlight by KUBR + OCA

Hey, KUbbies and Addicts! Welcome to our first edition of the KU Sunday Spotlight by KUBR + One-Click Addict! We’re changing things up! Instead of two posts each month, we’re going to be bringing you fabulous KU reads each and every Sunday.  Add these two to your TBR today!

For3ver

RATING: BUY IT {Mila} – Back in May, we started hosting Author Takeovers in KUbbies’ Korner. One of the very first takeovers we had was with M. Dauphin. It was one of the best takeovers I’d ever attended (in any group!) and I spent the better part of that hour drooling over her amazing book trailers {seriously, go check those out on her FB page!} At the end of the night, I one-clicked a bunch of her books.

Turn around two-plus months later and I still hadn’t read them. I asked my friend, Lauren, who is an über fan which one I should read first and she said For3ver, which was written by M. Dauphin and H.Q. Frost. Immediately, I recalled that Robyn had read it and loved it. When Robyn and I then spoke about it, she was shocked that she hadn’t reviewed it way back when. Hence, it moved to position number one on my TBR.

Last Saturday night, I sat down with For3ver. Between Saturday night and Sunday morning, I devoured that book as quickly as I could. I simply could not put it down – I literally only put it down to sleep. I just had to know what happened. At one point, I was texting with Robyn, begging her to tell me that everything was going to be ok. She knows I hate spoilers and refused to tell me anything, simply saying, “You’ll thank me for not telling you anything. Now, go read!” As per usual, she was right.

For3ver is angst to the Nth degree. I don’t read a lot of angsty novels, but after For3ver, I need more of that in my life. I know I haven’t told you a single thing about the actual story line so far, but that’s actually intentional. I went into For3ver completely blind – I read it because two friends loved it. I’m glad that I did and I think that it made for a better reading experience than if I had been told who, what, where, etc. Trust me on this one – it’s a fabulous read and you won’t want to put it down until you know how it ends.

A_Heart_of_Time

RATING: READ IT {Robyn} –  Death and second chances are things I’ve thought about over the past five years. I’ve experienced a great deal of loss during those years. Family and friends. It’s been a tough time, one that’s changed me forever. But picking up the pieces and moving forward has been my only option. I’ve learned from each loss that life is precious, a gift, and not to take it for granted. I’ve selected my path to follow, one full of bumps along the way, to reach my goals and live the life I want. Shari Ryan’s A Heart of Time is an incredible reminder to keep breathing and moving forward when life hits hard.

A Heart Of Time is the breathtaking story of Hunter, a young widower trying to live life after losing his childhood sweetheart, Ellie, while giving birth to their daughter, Olive. A single dad stuck in his grief, Hunter does his very best to build a happy, normal life for Olive. This life is missing one crucial factor, a strong, independent, caring women. Lucky for Hunter he only has to look at his neighbor, Charlotte, to find that missing piece. There are many surprises along the path for Hunter + Charlotte to find happiness, but this is a path worth traveling!

Ms. Ryan tackles themes that can be difficult for some to read with such a warm gentleness. She captures the feeling of being stuck in grief so masterfully. What I truly appreciated was her ability to show life when emerging from the darkness.

A Heart of Time is a standalone HEA that will shred your heart, but will mend it in the end. And I did shed a tear. Yep, I held it together until the final paragraph of the story. Keep the kleenex near!

As of 8.14.16, A Heart of Time and For3ver are both available on Kindle Unlimited.

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