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Book Teaser: Zane Presents: Love is Never Painless (Three Novellas)

Here are the rules:

Grab your current readOpen to a random pageShare two (2) "teaser" sentences from somewhere on that pageBE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (Make sure that what you share doesn't give too much away! You don't want to ruin the book for others!)Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!Page 93:  "Are those cheese grits I smell?" he asked as he took a seat at the table, the very table that she'd nearly jumped over a few hours ago in her attempt to escape him.""Next time you decide to hit a woman, make sure you pick one that won't strike back." Now here is what you can do since you have read thus far!!! You can click on the link and order the book I have just shared with you. If you really enjoyed reading about this book, share this post on Twitter or Facebook. Don't forget to share you thoughts and comments below.

Turn: Remembering Our Foundations by Max Lucado

Turn: Remembering Our Foundations by Max Lucado was an interesting book.  Disregarding the separation of church and state, Lucado discusses how America should return to a biblical foundation. Extremely short, this book was definitely not what I expected nor was it the kind of book I would normally read.  I did enjoy the various scriptures highlighted throughout the text.  Have you ever read a book by Max Lucado? What is your take on this books?

Now here is what you can do since you have read thus far!!! You can click on the link and order the book I have just shared with you. If you really enjoyed reading about this book, share this post on Twitter or Facebook. Don't forget to share you thoughts and comments below.

The Help by Kathryn Stockett

Today, I finished reading "The Help" by Kathryn Stockett. Based in the city, where I currently reside, this historical fictional novel is amazing. Perhaps, this novel appeals to me because the various landmarks mentioned I know where they are or where they were. Perhaps, the novel appeals to me because of the evident triumph one can have, if one keeps steadfast to defined beliefs and values.  I am really not sure what appeals the most.  This book highlighted a time in Mississippi's history, which many want to forget forever. However, the fictional reality of the book enforces a silent appreciation of that history and the progress which has been made.  In addition, Stockett leaves you longing for the details of the new lives for the three main characters: Skeeter, Minny, and Aibileen.  Each character's demeanor and personality is finely tailored to bring the character life and add to the plot of the novel.  I would highly recommend this book. So many lessons/themes ca…