“Greetings! Welcome to the third day of the 2nd RRBC “TREAT” Reads Blog Hop! These members of RRBC have penned and published some really great reads and we’d like to honor and showcase their talent. Oddly, all of the listed Winners are RWISA members! Way to go RWISA!
We ask that you pick up a copy of the title listed, and after reading it, leave a review. There will be other books on tour for the next few days, so please visit the “HOP’S” main page to follow along.
Also, for every comment that you leave along this tour, including on the “HOP’S” main page, your name will be entered into a drawing for a gift card to be awarded at the end of the tour!”
I am pleased to host Peggy and Son of My Father today. I particularly like her advice to readers about how to write a review. She says: I think readers should base reviews on the following: Was the book enjoyable – entertaining – interesting? How did it flow – did it hang together well? Were the characters well developed? Did it have an interesting plot? In addition, mention any negative issues – such as typos – grammar mistakes – things you found confusing etc. AND – would you recommend the book? I am sure you will find yourself giving Son of My Father a great review based on Peggy’s criteria.
SON OF MY FATHER
It was always “Father” never “Dad.” The love and respect was manifest so was the distance – the distance not as evident. Christiana Lynn Barrington’s life was a carefully constructed world built, presented and controlled by her billionaire father, Jonathan Robert Barrington. She never knew anything else.
Frequently, she wondered if her father had wished to have had a son instead of a daughter but never posed the question. Maybe she was afraid of the answer.
As the only child of Jonathan and Elizabeth Matthews Barrington, she was the heir apparent to the behemoth Barrington Holdings International. But a threat to her hard-earned succession waits in the shadows ready to take everything she’s worked for away from her.