Tantalizing Tuesdays: South African – B. T.

Hi peeps! It’s Tuesday and y’all know what that means!!! MAN CANDY TIME! woohooo! 😉

So, have you heard about this South African lad who live in the Big Apple and who auditioned for the role of CTG? Hmmm… Glued your eyes and attention to Bryce Thompson! I’ve heard he was at the Naughty Mafia in Vegas and my ladies drool and swoon over this hottie. They confirmed to me that he can maybe pull it off if he pass the audition for CTG. So good luck to Bryce!

Let’s check him out…

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Elena reviews: The Coincidence of Callie and Kayden by Jessica Sorensen

The coincidence cover

The synopsis:

There are those who don’t get luck handed to them on a shiny platter, who end up in the wrong place at the wrong time, who don’t get saved.

Luck was not on Callie’s side the day of her twelfth birthday when everything was stolen from her. After it’s all over, she locks up her feelings and vows never to tell anyone what happened. Six years later her painful past consumes her life and most days it’s a struggle just to breathe.

For as long as Kayden can remember, suffering in silence was the only way to survive life.  As long as he did what he was told, everything was okay. One night, after making a terrible mistake, it seems like his life might be over. Luck was on his side, though, when Callie coincidentally is in the right place at the right time and saves him.

Now he can’t stop thinking about the girl he saw at school, but never really knew. When he ends up at the same college as Callie, he does everything he can to try to get to know her. But Callie is reserved and closed off. The more he tries to be part of her life, the more he realizes Callie might need to be saved.

My review:

When I read The Secret of Ella and Micha and its sequel, The Forever of Ella and Micha, (you can find my reviews here and here) I knew Jessica Sorensen was going to become one of my favorite authors. And indeed, with The Coincidence of Callie and Kayden, she delivers another great story full of passion, love, hope and themes of salvation that characterize Sorensen’s novels.

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