Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Book Review of 29 ½ Reasons

Book Review of 29 ½ Reasons Sponsored by Innovative Book Tours

Blurb : 


When Rose reports for Fenton County jury duty she figures she’s lucky to get out of a morning working at the DMV. Instead, despite a disastrous encounter with the new assistant district attorney, Mason Deveraux, she’s picked as a juror on a murder case. As the trial progresses, she realizes an ominous vision she had in the men’s restroom proves the defendant is innocent. And there’s not a cotton picking thing she can do about it.

Or is there?

As if things weren’t bad enough, Rose’s older sister Violet is going through a mid-life crisis. Violet insists that Rose stop seeing her sexy new boyfriend, Arkansas state detective Joe Simmons and date other men. Rose is done letting people boss her around, but she can’t commit to Joe either. Still, Rose isn’t about to let the best thing in her life slip away.

About the Author:
Denise Grover Swank lives in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. She has six children, three dogs, and an overactive imagination. She can be found dancing in her kitchen with her children, reading or writing her next book. You will rarely find her cleaning.
Denise is the author of the bestselling urban fantasy series, The Chosen. You can find out more about Denise and her other books at or email her at


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Book Review:

            Sigh!! I love a good love story, and this was a good love story.  I especially like the 29 reasons Rose should move to live with Joe.  I want someone to write a list for me ;) .  (Although I can’t complain, my Business Manager husband wrote me a poem).

            This story is delightful, enjoyable, funny (love the snarky comments between Rose and Mason), sad, tense (it is also a mystery), funny again (love the next door neighbor), and sexy.  I give this story 4 out of 5 clouds.

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