The Preacher’s Promise: A Review @PiperHuguley #AOCReads2015 #WeNeedDiverseRomance

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  1. It’s funny because here and there I read outside my genre and then find myself being inspired by what I read and kind of working it into my own writing. And you hit it on the head, Tasha, with the freedom one feels when they wander outside the confines of their genre because you can just get lost in the book without a care in the world. It’s so true – I read a friend’s romance novel, something I swore I would never do, and she is just so freaking good, and her characters were so amazing, that I just lost myself for a day in her world. Anyway, nice review – good food for thought. Cheers.

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