Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Joshua (A Mitchell Healy Novel) by Jennifer Foor *~*~*~*~*~* Blog Tour & Review

They say without the support from his family, a man is lost.
My parents have been pushing me to make the right choices throughout my life. Instead of taking their advice, I’ve gone against their guidance more times than I care to admit.
Now I’ve done the unthinkable; something they would never approve of.
I'm involved with a beautiful, compassionate woman, but I've also been in a  complicated relationship with her best friend on and off for several years.
I don’t know how it’s possible, but I have deep feelings for both.
Now one of them is pregnant.
My choice should be easy, but nothing ever is, at least not in my experience.
I want to reach out to my family, but I already know they'd tell me I screwed up, just like in the past.
I have to figure this out.
A choice will be made.
Hearts will be broken, and one of them will most definitely be mine.

I'm Joshua Healy, and this is exactly what I deserve.

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Joshua (A Mitchell Healy Novel) by Jennifer Foor
Review by Theresa Esterline
Stars:  5

Laugh, Cry, Love!

I can't believe the Mitchell and Mitchell-Healy series have come to and end... it is sad, but they went out with a bang!  I laughed and cried, I wished I could trade places with Tamsyn, while watching to reach in and strangle Livvy.  Joshua is the last of the babies, and while he still gets treated like a kid (mom doing his laundry, cooking for him, etc) he is all grown up. Muscular from working the ranch and cocky from the years he's been protecting his heart.  But people can change, right?

Joshua is a short term love em and part ways type of guy.  Except with Livvy.  His best friends little sister and he's been in love with her since they we just hitting puberty.  Only problem was she was the forbidden fruit who told him he wasn't good enough and made him keep their relationship a secret.  But when he finally meets Tamsyn, a woman he wants to move on with, Livvy is back in full force to break them up.  Will the baby be able to grow up and withstand his first love?

Favorite passages:
 - “Yeah, well nothing good ever comes easy.”
 - “I’m like a storm. I come rolling in with little warning, and when I’m done there’s usually a mess to clean up. You may want to take that warning and run while you still have the chance.”

About the Author:
A Maryland native who spends most of her time devising a plan to live off the land on some remote island, where no one will ever find her.

She is a married mother of two kids, who may or may not drive her completely bonkers. In her spare time she enjoys shooting pool, camping and spending time with friends and family.


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