Book Review: How I See It ~ Ghost Writer (Raven Maxim Book 1) ~ Tiana Laveen

31578932This is my review and how I see it. In this book author Tiana Laveen deals with some truths and it made me look at some of my actions as I took this journey along with these characters. The male lead Sloan Steele, moved to Maxim to create a new start in his life after his wife, smelling of another man, and with a smile informed him that she wanted a divorce. Emerald St. Clarie, also divorced from her husband Andre of fourteen years, is a Maxim resident who receives frequent calls from her bitter toxic Aunt Sugar (my opinion).

I kept wanting Emerald to provide a few hard truths to her aunt and hang-up the phone. Sloan’s son made me want to nut punch him. These were my moment of anger when reading this book.

Sloan and Emerald first time together had be hollering. I was laughing so hard that I cried.

I am glad that Nikki and Emerald had a chance to mend their relationship.

This story had given the best of a little bit of everything. Told from several points of view and Sloan Steele the author became Sloan Steele ghost writer to his favorite author Peter Jones. Emerald proved to be Sloans perfect match in every way from the time they meet until the very end of this story.

There were times in reading this book, that I was angry, I laughed and cried. I believe that good books can bring out so many emotions of its readers, because it pulls you into the story and takes you along for the ride and you find yourself growing a bit with the characters as they reexamine things in their lives.

I can’t wait to read more of the Raven Maxim series and more books from Ms.Laveen.

This is my review and how I see it.

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