Early Featured Book Review: Shatter (Phoenix Rising #4) by Joan Swan
The entire story arc of Shatter showcases some very heartwarming and eloquent emotions and I was sad to see it end. The Phoenix Rising series is absolutely a must read for any fan of romantic suspense; Joan Swan hits a homerun with every new installment and all the characters are memorable - the protagonists uniquely likeable and the villains complexly misguided.
August 27, 2013
Book Tour & Giveaway (US/Int): Catch the RUSH! Joan Swan’s newest Phoenix Rising story is all about Q!
Jessica Fury, Washington lobbyist, has money, connections, and her own firm. But five years ago she had something better: happiness. Her firefighter husband, Quaid, was handsome, courageous, and crazy about her. Then one day he walked into a chemical inferno—and never walked out. Jessica has been through hell to get back on her feet. And then a rumor surfaces that could bring a miracle or shatter her world – again.
August 1, 2013
Early Book Review: Rush (Phoenix Rising #3) by Joan Swan
Rush is an emotional roller coaster of a ride and a satisfying third installment in Joan Swan's Phoenix Rising series! Quaid and Jessica's story is a must-read!
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