Cade Brock/PAX League Book 3
I had a dream night before last about the Romantic Times review for PAX 1. I dreamed I got the best review I’ve ever gotten for a book. I’ve never dreamed about a review before, and in fact, mostly don’t give them much thought–they’re out of my control–and frankly, RT isn’t always nice to me! But in a lot of ways, maybe more personally and emotionally than in reality–I feel as if I’ve staked my career on these PAX books. My heart and soul are in them. They’re the most difficult books I’ve ever written because they required stretching myself in ways I never tried before. I’ve been scared to death the whole time I’ve been writing them.
I’m finishing up PAX 3 this week–and again, as with PAX 1 and PAX 2, I’m shocked I was able to finish it because there were definitely times I wasn’t sure I could. And so, no matter how many times I’ve told myself over the years that reviews don’t matter, the review for PAX 1 did.
I’m dreaming with my eyes open now because here’s the review:
“A horrific lab explosion changes Kieran Holt’s life forever. His secret experiment is destroyed and he’s framed for the destruction and the death of his colleague. Branded a traitor, Kieran hides out on a secluded island. Now he must clear his name, recreate the formula and race against time to save his own life. His wife, Paige, finally tracks him down, intending to divorce him, but she learns the truth, and with enemies on their tail, they flee for their lives. Nonstop adventure, emotional dialogue and hot sexual tension make Suzanne McMinn’s The Beast Within (Four and a Half Stars–TOP PICK) an impossible-to-put-down page turner.”
:bananadance: TOP PICK!!!!!!!!!! It’s okay to shoot me now. I’ll die happy!