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Rainbow Gold Reviews
Please welcome A.E. Via today for her blog tour stop of Nothing Special. Below is an excerpt, the review, and at the end, there will be a giveaway. There is also an art piece you don’t want to miss! Come on over and learn about these wonderful characters!
Why I chose to read: I wanted to read it because it has a detective main character…and I’m a cop/detective junkie. 🙂 Not only does it have a detective main character. It has two! SWOON.
Thank you to A.E. for the opportunity to read Nothing Special.
Detective Cashel ‘Cash’ Godfrey is big, tattooed and angry so people typically keep their distance. He’s fresh out of the police academy, however, no one is looking to partner with the six foot four beast with a huge chip on his shoulder and an inability to trust. When Cash scans the orientation room he…
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Day four of the Rainbow Gold Reviews week long Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt!
Today’s scavenger hunt theme is…Recognizing Genius!
Rules and information is here.
Somewhere on my blog is my word of the day for today: Newton’s Law.
It is hidden somewhere on one of my previously published blog posts. Don’t share it with anyone but RGR. When you find it, notate the web address/location/URL and submit it back to Rainbow Gold Reviews at the rules and information link above. There are instructions on the form.
Best of all…have fun!
There will be prizes for the ones with the most words or phrases found daily.
If you wish to participate, we are still accepting blogs. See the signup open link below.
My review of “Loving the Astrophysicist” by TN Tarrant!
Rainbow Gold Reviews
Today’s theme is all about Recognizing Genius. Since anyone who has three doctorates in Astrophysics, Astrobiology, and Geology by the age of twenty-three is a genius in my book, the review of “Loving the Astrophysicist” was a perfect one for this day.
Why I read this:
A big thank you goes to the author for providing a copy to RGR for the purposes of an honest review. I love reading series. I love reading anything science related. I saw this title and RGR requested the first one so I could read this one. See my review here for Absent-Minded Astrophysicist, book one in the Astrophysicist series published previously.
Liam and Jareth have been married for eight years and realize they want a child. Things do not go very well when they try to adopt through agencies, with terrible accusations thrown at Jareth. After taking time to recover, they proceed with…
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