Emotional Read

I’ve been catching up on my reading. My TBR pile is huge. LOL.

I was reading a book that was very emotional. It went through all spectrums of emotions from exhilaration to tears. It made me laugh one moment, gasp the next, breath hard when it got sexy and tear up at the sad moments. To me that is the sign of a great read. One that brings all my feelings out. Makes me live each moment like I am part of it. This was so effortlessly done that I was living each emotion like it was my own. The book had me flipping pages wondering what was going to happen next. I read it in one sitting. Couldn’t put it down. I love writers who do that to me.

They are another sort of writer that makes my automatic buy list. And I re-read their books over and over again.

Who are some authors that give you an emotional read?

McKenna Jeffries
http://www.mckennajeffries.com
…. sensual, edgy, unexpected

Blog: http://www.mckennajeffries.com/blog
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Emotional ReadConquering Jazz – What’s a woman to do when she unwittingly makes a tantalizing proposition to her best friend?

Be brazen, bold and set some ground rules.

Her offer. One night of carnal bliss. No emotion allowed.

His counter offer. A continued affair to fulfill all their sexual cravings.

His hidden agenda. Conquer to make sure their affair never ends.

Buy here at Liquid Silver Book.

3 Responses to Emotional Read

  1. Pam P

    Character-driven romances tend to be more emotional – some of my favorites who can do that are Jo Goodman and Mary Balogh.

  2. Cathy M

    Lora Leigh, Joey W Hill and Sarah McCarty are some of my favorites that I love to reread.

  3. Kathleen

    So Many to choose from, but right now I just finished Robyn Carr’s Paradise Valley, a continuing story of Virgin River series. She pulls out all the stops, I laugh, cry, I sigh. She can pull such emotion from her heros and heroines and their stories draw you in time after time.

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