Tagged: Saving Grace

Review: SCARS AND SONGS by Christine Zolendz

Review: SCARS AND SONGS by Christine Zolendz

Rating: Shane Maxton is front man for New York City’s popular rock band, Mad World. But he has secrets; he’s not what everybody thinks he is. He comes from an ancient world, from a different time, when angels walked among men. Read the story, through Shane’s eyes, of his forbidden love, his fall from grace and his inner turmoil from living with the irrational emotions of being human. Disclaimer #1: This is the story of Mad World Books 1 & 2, Fall From Grace and Saving Grace, written through the point of view of Shane Maxton. IT IS THE SAME...

Review: FALL FROM GRACE & SAVING GRACE by Christine Zolendz

Review: FALL FROM GRACE & SAVING GRACE by Christine Zolendz

Rating: Synopsis I’m finally home after struggling through my brother’s illness and death. But, home is definitely a bit different. My best friend (the only person alive now that knows my secret) has a new boyfriend; and he has a friend. Shane Maxton: bad boy, tattooed rock god, eye candy extraordinaire. He is also New York City’s most arrogant, self-serving, son of a, well, a definite one-night stand kind of a guy. But, it doesn’t matter to me because I’ve spent my existence looking for the love of my life, my angel. And, there is nothing that Shane Maxton can...

Fall From Grace & Saving Grace (Mad World Series) by Christina Zolendz

Fall From Grace & Saving Grace (Mad World Series) by Christina Zolendz

Rating: Fall From Grace and Saving Grace by Christina Zolendz    I am reviewing these two stories together because I read them back to back and they fit really well together. Christina Zolendz is frickin hilarious! In the second chapter she describes our hottie, Shane by saying he has a coochie award winning smile. Love that line! She makes up wonderful words like fuckasstard. Loved that one too. This is a story about a lost soul searching for her angel and she has been searching the earth for him for eternity. This story is written so well. Sometimes stories with...