Tragedy, True Romance, And Tiffany

I don’t normally reblog anyone else’s work, but her review breathed life into my book so I had to, with her permission of course. Thank you again Sarah, for your fabulous words and for reading my little story.

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A Book Review of Til Death Do Us Part, by Stephanie Ayers

(Buy it here on Amazon. Buy it here on Kobo. See the author’s website.)

This action-packed, engrossing novella follows the journey of that most coveted and notorious emblems of everlasting love—the Tiffany diamond engagement ring. The ring was offered, refused, disposed of, scrounged, smuggled, re-gifted, stolen more than once, sold, bought, and finally accepted, as I flipped pages on the edge of my seat (or swiped through them on my Kindle). Unhappy with a current possessor of the treasure? Not to worry, because this story turns on a dime and there’s no time for disappointment. Ayers leads the reader down twists of fate, through catastrophic events, and even turns us into voyeurs of a raunchy scene between an unlikely prostitute and her overly kinky john, all at breakneck speed.

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