Good Morning Lovelies! I lost 1.5 pounds this week, after a 2.5 gain during my vacation last month. So I have 5 pounds to lose in order for me to get my 25 pound star. I pray to every deity that I do that soon! Please feel free to share with my your weight loss journey with me below. I would love to loose weight with you! This month’s Weight Watcher’s topic is: Is it Worth it? Do you ever calculate the points of a food and ask yourself that question? Please share!
Anyway, this weekend I read a book by Kindle Alexander, Texas Pride. Since I read all my books on my Kindle, reading Kindle on my Kindle was very interesting. Texas Pride was a very sweet love story. Here is the blurb from Kindle’s website.
When mega movie star and two time Academy Award winner, Austin Grainger voluntarily gave up his dazzling film career, his adoring fan base thought he’d lost his mind. For Austin, the seclusion of fifteen hundred acres in the middle of Texas sounds like paradise. No more cameras, paparazzi, or overzealous media to hound him every day and night. Little did the sexiest man alive know when one door closes, another usually opens. And Austin’s opened by way of a sexy, hot ranch owner right next door.
Kitt Kelly wasn’t your average rancher. He’s young, well educated and has hidden his sexuality for most of his life. When his long time wet dream materializes as his a new neighbor it threatens everything he holds dear. No way the ranching community would ever accept him if he came out. With every part of his life riding on the edge, can Kitt risk it all for a chance at love or will responsibility to his family heritage cost him his one chance at happiness?
I give this book ❤❤❤❤❤ because it made me cry and was a really good read. I really connected with both characters and every hint of what was to come was addressed at the end of the story. There is something about certain books that I have noticed. At some point in the book the writer puts a fact of some sort in the book and as you read you are waiting for it to be addressed and it never does. Then you are like but then why did you put it in there. But, thank you Kindle, that didn’t occur in this book.