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Thursday, November 19, 2015

#Review #Giveaway #ThirtyNights by @AniKeating @InkSlingerPR

Title: Thirty Nights Author: Ani Keating Genre: Contemporary Romance ThirtyNights72lg 

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  Review- 4.75 Stars
What an ending...I wasn't sure when I started this book if I was going to like it. But it drew me in almost immediately. You will be rooting for Elisa...

Elisa/Isa, I really liked her character. She is smart, funny and quirky. She has a bit of innocence to her and I loved how she would recite things when she got nervous. 
But she is living on borrowed time. Her life has taken a turn and she's about to be deported back to England...to live with the ghosts of her past life. She needs to figure something out, but what? She needs to figure out how to stay in the US because this is where her life is, where her family is now. 

Aiden Hale is barely surviving unspeakable memories. He's successful, but tormented by his past. When he stumbles upon a painting that mesmerizes him, he gets a feeling of calm. He needs to know who this woman is. She's becoming a fantasy and has brought forth a worldwind of emotions in him. Can he open up his heart to this woman? Can he let go of his painful past and move toward a better future or will he remain locked in his nightmare forever?

These two seem to be drawn together and an indescribable love affair begins. The push and pull of emotions and secrets they share was shattering. I enjoyed every moment they shared and my heartstrings were pulled when Aiden's past finally starts coming forth. This poor man is destroyed and tries to push Isa away, but he can't stay away even though he wants to protect her from himself. What I loved about both of them is their selflessness. Aiden would do anything to protect her and Isa would give up her happiness and dream to save those who matter most too her. It was a journey! 

The author brings to light a major issue that many servicemen and woman suffer from. PTSD. She doesn't sugarcoat the effects that someone can experience. Nope...she shows you head on what some go through and the struggle to try to have a normal life. To have to be on guard 24/7 and the toll it takes...WOW 

The ending is a freaking bomb...I kept swiping for more, but it never came. I need the next part of the story. I want my answers and I need to see where the author is going to take this. It could go so many different ways. The story will suck you in. You will fall in love with the characters and a few things will surprise you. I can't wait for more! 4.75 Stars!! 

Review by Heather Driscoll

  Advance Praise: “. . . [R]efreshing to discover a strong female protagonist, unwilling to compromise her morals and integrity for anyone, even her true love. . . I will be waiting patiently and excitedly for Book 2.”   “…Outstanding! Second to none! I consider myself very lucky to have found your story. I am so there for [sequel]!”   “I could pick out your writing anywhere, anytime and any place because you write like no other! Your style is incredibly unique and creative and rarely matched in this arena. I have several favorite authors, all incredibly talented, of which you are one. Your style certainly sets you apart.”   “. . . a must-read so good, that it is dangerous. . .”   “… This story is rich, pure, and a complete work of art on its own. . .”   “I want to read whatever you write forever. I couldn't put this down, but found myself slowing my pace to make it last longer, knowing it was soon coming to an end. I love [what] you've done with your characters, who they are, who they'll be. I would buy 100 advance copies of your book if it meant I wouldn't have to wait to read part 2!”   “I have felt a strong connection with this story from the very start, and it has been a one-of-a-kind experience watching it grow into the phenomenon that it is today. Thank you so much for this incredible ride. . . One day when your book becomes an international bestseller, I will look back and fondly remember that I was there when it all began :-)”   “. . . You have given me and many others a voice. . .”   “What you have created here is nothing short of brilliance! Seriously, there is none other like it... You cover subjects like PTSD and Immigration realistically and with sensitivity, dignity and respect... is absolutely brilliant!”   “I am a loyal reader, waking every Sunday to check for my [Thirty Nights] update, then proceeding to sit on the patio with my coffee and read (my Sunday ritual). . . Now that we are at the end of book 1 my only thoughts for you would be please don't make us wait to long to find out where these characters journey is going because [I] think it will kill me!”   

  About Ani Keating: Ani Keating is an attorney, daughter, sister, and wife, living in the City of Roses, Oregon. When she is not in court or at the office helping clients sort through legal issues (and complaining about the photocopy machine), Ani explores her childhood passion for writing. Her first novel, Thirty Nights, is a sexy and heart-tugging story about love’s power to save and guide us even at our darkest moments. Thirty Nights was originally posted online on fanfiction and on Ani’s popular blog. Over the course of eight short months, the story received more than half-million hits, 63,000 visitors, over 1,000 followers, and over 3,000 reviews and messages. It will be released for everyone on November 17, 2015. Its sequel, Ninety Days, is currently in the drafting stage. When she is not writing, Ani spends endless hours at Powell’s Bookstore, exploring classics and latest releases. She also likes to stroll through the Portland Rose Garden, drool over shoes on any store window, and dance to everything from Beyoncé to Johnny Cash. 
 You can connect with Ani on the following media: Web Site: www.anikeating.com Twitter: @AniKeating Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ani.surnois For inquires related to signings and book and movie rights, please contact her agent at stacy@reasonmgmt.com.     

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