Blogtour – Sunday 14th April
Happy Sunday Greetings Guys! Thanks for stopping by. This, my dears, is my stop on the fantastic blog tour for The Worth of a Penny, by Jess B. Moore. And what a story this was! I was blown away by the read and I am so very eager to share it with you (no spoilers though, of course)
Big thanks, as always, must got to the wonderful blog host and the author for sharing this story with me, so that I can share it with you guys, my followers. 😀
This tour wouldn’t be possible without the wonderful host and author.
Rachel Random Resources –www.rachelsrandomresources.com/
and the fantastic writer, Jess B. Moore – https://jessbmoore.com
I am always a big fan of an attention grabbing front cover, something that intrigues the reader from the very first glance, and by golly does this book do that. It reeled me in from the first page. I pored over each page quickly and sunk into the story, immersing myself entirely into Penny’s world….both the painful one she left behind and the one she comes to love.
Before I tell you more about this sweet, enjoyable romance, let me give you a bit more about the writer.
About the Author
Jess B Moore is a writer of love stories. When she’s not writing, she’s busy mothering her talented and stubborn children, reading obscene numbers of books, and knitting scarves she’ll likely never finish.
Jess lives in small town North Carolina with her bluegrass obsessed family. She takes too many pictures of her cats, thinking the Internet loves them as much as she does. She is a firm believer of swapping stories over coffee or wine, and that there should always be dark chocolate involved.
Her novels combine her interests in family, music, and small towns into thoughtful tales of growing up and falling in love.
About the Book
Sweetheart Penelope Davies is what her daddy calls gullible, right after he told her she was stupid and worthless. With her cheek red from being slapped by him, and her heart trampled by a worthless boyfriend, she packs up and follows her half-brother to Fox River, North Carolina, in need of a fresh start.
Dominic MacKenna is the youngest of five brothers, the friendly one with a killer smile and easy laugh. His brothers are all grown up, and one by one they’re flying the nest, leaving him out of sorts and unsure of his place. Who is he if not the youngest MacKenna?
Penny falls in with the MacKenna brothers, welcomed in as family, and offered the kind of love and support she never knew existed. With a new job and a lot of determination, she is finding out what she’s capable of. The last thing she needs now is to fall in love with the most notorious flirt in town.
Dominic falls for the sweet strong girl with a penchant for random facts and quirky homemade dresses. All he wants is to show Penny how wonderful she is, how smart and funny, and how desired and loved—even if he has to do it as her friend.
One of the hardest things about writing a book review, is trying to hold back when it comes to telling my readers about the story I have read. I really want to tell you everything about this book, because it was wonderful from start to finish. I loved the character interaction and I enjoyed reading as Penny grew as a person.
The love story had me captivated from the start and I willed on the young couple as they experienced new feelings. My heart raced as they grew closer and closer. One of the things I loved so much was the connection the brothers had with one another; the author did so well with building up their bond and I felt the connections as I read greedily from the pages. I have always been a fan of romance, but this story ran deeper than that. It was written with charm and tenderness; I found the words oozed easily from the book and it flowed wonderfully.
Although a standalone story, this was part of a series, and I will be CERTAINLY going back to read the previous ones.
If you are looking for the perfect holiday read this year, look no further than this one! Perfect read for those lazy days! Give this one a whirl! You wont regret it!
Rating – 4 out of 5 stars!
Thanks for reading.