Release Blitz & Review: Refresh by S. Moose

 

 

 

Title: Refresh
Author: S. Moose
Genre: New Adult/Romantic Suspense
 Release Date: July 25, 2016
Blurb
What’s left when perfection is gone?Perfection slipped through Caroline Spencer’s fingers. One moment she had it all, and then it was gone. All she has left are her memories, her pain, and her close friends.

And Mason Ryan was not part of her plan–wasn’t even on her radar. After all, he was her husband’s best friend. But now that her husband is gone, he’s the only person who understands her, feels what she feels, and knows her inside and out.

Together, they try to rearrange the shattered pieces of their pain.

Sharing their grief pulls them closer together–closer than either of them want to admit and Mason won’t allow himself to fall for his best friend’s widow. Ultimately, he’s holding the one secret that will destroy Caroline–a secret he cannot even bear himself.

Will they find a way to refresh their lives when the pain of the past won’t dissolve?

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Excerpt

“Let me add,” she says with a smirk, “sex and Mason are like desserts.”

“What?” I burst out laughing.

“Now listen to me. Sex and Mason are like desserts. There are many sides of Mason and sex consists of different positions all of this like dessert. You see a dessert case and there’s everything from fruit tarts to red velvet cake to brownies.”

“I’m getting hungry now, thanks.”

“Oh shut up,” Tonya laughs and continues with her ridiculous explanation. “These two things go hand in hand. So you can take your time and look at these yummy desserts the way you look at Mason and sex and then when you’re ready you’ll pick the best most delicious dessert and boom, you and Mason will be having boom boom time.”

“I can’t even with you.” I laugh and wipe my tears from laughing so hard. “You’re too much.”

“Dessert equals Mason and sex. Remember, variety and different tastes!”
REVIEW
Reviewer: Chelsea
Rating: 4 stars!

Caroline had everything she wanted in life, a husband who adored her, great friends and family and a future to look forward to, but fate intervenes and Caroline finds herself needs to pick up the prices without he one person she thought she would have forever.

Mason knows Caroline is trying to figure out her life now that her husband and Mason’s best friend is gone, so he tries to be supportive. But when heat starts to rise between Caroline and him, things get tricky.

On top of trying to move on with life and dealing with the feelings she’s having for Mason, another blow hits Caroline as she finds out here husband wasn’t who she thought he was, and to make things worse she finds out his death may not have been what seemed.

Caroline and Mason have to learn to navigate their life with the complications that the find themselves faces with. Life never gives you what you want all the time but it does give you what you need and Caroline and Mason need each other, but they need to find away to over come the challenges facing them and the mysterious nature of Evans death before their love can come full circle.

I liked Caroline and Mason’s story, there were points throughout that I found myself wanting to yell at the characters but they were great and lovable! The secondary characters were great as well!! Defiantly a book worth reading!!

One-Click Approved!!!

Author Bio

 

S.Moose is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author, living in Webster, NY with her family, friends, and shorkie, Charlie.

A 2011 St. John Fisher graduate, S.Moose loves to read and write. She enjoys getting lost in the fictional world and creating a place where readers can fall in love and swoon over the cute boys she brings to life. When she isn’t in her room in front of her computer or a book, she is with her family and friends being silly and enjoying life. She’s romantic at heart and loves anything with a happily ever after.

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