Monday, June 2, 2014

Guest Post Review by Ginelle Blanch

Wynn In Doubt by Emily Hemmer

The memory of a stolen kiss ten years ago stirs up an adventure eighty years in the making. 

Wynn Jeffries has wanderlust. Unfortunately, her life stalled somewhere between graduating college and slinging drinks at the local dive bar. Stuck in a one-room apartment with no career, no boyfriend, no…life, she dreams of something more. Something amazing. Something like Oliver Reeves, her high school crush, who's back in town and reminding Wynn of the way she used to want things. 

When a forgotten news-clipping about two prohibition moonshiners falls out of a book belonging to Wynn’s grandmother, a well-kept family secret is finally revealed. Is Wynn’s gypsy spirit the result of an overactive imagination or did she inherit it from a woman so determined to live a big life that she gave up everything to have it? 

The choices we make now shape our future. It’s the fear of making the wrong ones that give us doubt. So the question is: how much are we willing to sacrifice to have the life we want?

5 Stars! Review by Ginelle Blanch

Do you ever feel trapped? Like you're living your life for everyone but yourself?

What if you found something of the past that ran so parallel to your own life as to almost seem the same and yet, so different at the same time?

Would your fear of the unknown hold you back?

Finding an old newspaper clipping would change Wynn Jefferies' life forever. Take the journey with her and find out how she learns that sometimes, you just have to live life for yourself.

This story is about having the courage to make a change, and the strength needed to make those changes. Going against the grain and sticking to your decisions to achieve those changes. Warm, heartbreaking, and happy all at the same time. Take a chance on something different when you read Wynn in Doubt, you won't be sorry that you did.

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