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Thursday, April 21, 2016

Kelli Heneghan's Learning to Breath Again ✨Blog Tour & Review☆



Series: Texas Learning Book 2 (but Read as a Standalone)
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Self-Published
Release Date: April 6 2016
Edition/Formats: eBook & Print on Demand via Amazon

Blurb

Bayleigh Morrow just wants to hide from the world for a little while, recover from all the knocks she’s been taking lately.  What better place than small-town Texas, where she can reconnect with her brother, meet her new sister-in-law, and just be left alone?
Jack Williams has no intention of ever falling in love again.  One betrayal was enough for him.  But when Bayleigh almost collapses in his office, he’s determined to help her and keep her safe.

Stranded by an ice storm, Jack is the only one there to pick up the pieces when she has a panic attack.  Sparks begin to fly and flames ignite as these two love-wary souls find their way out of the darkness and learn to breathe again.


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Learning to Breath Again was enjoyable. Bayleigh was a very broken character who needed help being put back together but never expected it to happen let alone where it did. Jack has his own brokenness and together they are able to make each other whole. The story itself for the first 70 percent was phenomenal. I couldn't have asked for a better book. The characters were amazing and the story kept me engaged. I hated to put it down. 

I don't know what happened in the last 30 percent of the book but the characters kind of went off the rails. They deviated so far from what we expected because of the first 70 percent of the book that I didn't enjoy them or the story as much anymore. And I had timeline issues in the last 30 percent that completely threw me. Now all that said, I did enjoy the book, I loved getting to know the characters and learning their story. I look forward to more books by this author and recommend her books every time.  


Meet the Author


Kelli grew up all over the East Coast but her family finally settled in Cincinnati long enough for her to finish high school and college.  She has always loved to read books and write her own stories.  In high school, she used to pass around the latest chapter of the story she was writing for her friends to read.  There is more than one high school teacher out there that can probably remember telling her to put the book down and pay attention to the lectures.
Graduating from the University of Cincinnati with her BS in Nursing, she left Ohio for Texas and the U.S. Army.  She received a medical discharge for a knee injury, but was able to meet the man she'd one day call her husband first--thanks to some mutual friends who insisted they would perfect together.  And what do you know--they are! 
She continued to read books by the dozens and write her own stories.  And then one day, a friend dared her to enter a contest.  She didn’t win, but the feedback she received from the judges convinced her that maybe people were interested in the stories she wanted to tell.
She still lives in Central Texas, with her husband, two children and 2 dogs. 

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