Review: Stinger

Stinger by Mia Sheridan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

“Why do you call me buttercup?”

2nd book by Mia Sheridan that I’ve read.

I wasn’t expecting this kind of story so I was fascinated by the way that line kept me reading/listening, trying to understand how a relationship like this could work. The questions in my mind, the what ifs…

What happens after that weekend?

Your mind at that moment is the key, you twist and turn in that direction, without even knowing it, is it the right way?

You feel it in your gut, no way to erase it, no way to forget.

Kept my mind on Carson, because he was the one changing in the most beautiful way. Grace changed because of him, but Carson changed only because he met Grace. Oh boy!

Don’t know if I can ever explain, it’s what life is…how do we explain life?

We change to become better,we dream.

Faith or not involved, with some hot steamy scenes along the way.

This is a “Sign of Love” book and it is a part of that series.

We can read it as a standalone.

Each story ties in beautifully with the sign of the zodiac selected through its characters, the plots, and the symbolism are used through out.

I’m a Scorpio so I chose this one to read first.

Took me by surprise in the best of ways!

What should I read next?

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Author: Monica Sofia Alves

...waiting to be awake... ... dreaming in colors... I'm me. I'm true I feel, I paint. I play with paint, piano, even my guitar. Last, I write... oh and I smile everyday :) My first poem here:

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