Thursday, June 22, 2017

REVIEW- Violet and Her Alien Matchmaker by Jessica C Smith #4stars

Single-mom and unemployed, not the best combination. Violet has done everything she can to provide for her son, but sometimes you just have to admit you can't do it all. Dating humans hasn't worked out so well for her, so why not look for some out of this world kind of love?

There's just one problem. The official at the Interstellar Love Dating Agency takes one look at her son Simon and nearly has an epileptic fit. Who knew such a sweet and charming little boy could cause such a reaction?

When Tiraz, an alien of the Liptu race, overhears Violet's pitiful tale, he can't help but lend a hand. Tiraz might not want a female of his own - just yet - but he knows plenty of males who do. What harm could come of playing matchmaker for this down on their luck family?

Famous last words. The more time Tiraz spends with Violet, the more he starts to feel something. He has no idea what the strange sensation is, but every time Violet is near, he has the urge to hold her, to press his lips to her smooth rosy cheek, and whisper words of comfort in her ear.

What's a confirmed bachelor alien to do when he realizes what he wants most is the little family living under his roof?

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A very heartwarming and sweet story of a mother's love and learning to accept a helping hand is but the beginning of  "Violet and Her Alien Matchmaker" by Jessica C. Smith. This book was a pleasure to read and it really does tug at the heart strings. Violet and her young son, Simon, find themselves on desperate times when Violet arrives the alien dating agency. Just as everything seemed hopeless, in walks Tizar, an alien who is a confirmed bachelor but who cannot stand idly by and see this young mother thrown to fate. What begins as a simple act of kindness grows quickly into a passionate love affair. The only questions are, can Violet trust Tizar with her and her son's hearts and is Tizar ready for a ready made family
RATING:  4 Stars 

Reviewed by: Nikki

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