Faith

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Set two years after we left Devi and Seth in My Misery Muse, comes Faith where Drake Porter and Mags Sands' story unfolds.

Mags is a single mother, running her own business trying to make ends meet. Drake is an A&R guy for a local indie record company who has been working nonstop for a year. When both finally take a vacation with family and friends, they are forced to finally admit, at least to themselves, that they have feelings for each ...

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Overview

Set two years after we left Devi and Seth in My Misery Muse, comes Faith where Drake Porter and Mags Sands' story unfolds.

Mags is a single mother, running her own business trying to make ends meet. Drake is an A&R guy for a local indie record company who has been working nonstop for a year. When both finally take a vacation with family and friends, they are forced to finally admit, at least to themselves, that they have feelings for each other.

When they go home, they find it even more difficult to put the past in the past and maintain a relationship strong enough to face the challenges ahead. Follow along as they try to make a relationship work while fighting demons of their own, through circumstances not of their making, and with family and friends trying to help

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781484002612
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 4/4/2013
  • Pages: 238
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.54 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2013

    Loved this book, liked the first booked, loved the second, hope

    Loved this book, liked the first booked, loved the second, hope this author keeps writing this series. I want more!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 27, 2013

    Great book. Thanks to ShhMomsReading is how I found out about th

    Great book. Thanks to ShhMomsReading is how I found out about this book, It's a must read.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2013

    Amazing

    Loved the story!

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  • Posted April 29, 2013

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    4.5 Stars ¿It¿s simple; Ms. Betzold delivered a good story and I

    4.5 Stars
    “It’s simple; Ms. Betzold delivered a good story and I could not put down. .” ~Under the Covers Book Blog

    This second installment of My Misery Muse starts shortly after the last book had ended. Our hero is not one of the band members but Devi’s Brother, Drake. He has been working for an Indie record company and has been a big part of Devi and her son’s life. And now that she is with Seth and raising her own family, Drake can move on with his. For a while now, Drake had his eyes on Mags(Devi’s best friend) but has never made a move until they start spending more time together. Now he is determine to show her how he feels for her.

    I love that he knew what he wanted and he just went for it. Drake wanted Mags despite the drama she is caught up with. Who can resist a guy who loves you and all the baggage you come with. Unfortunately, Mags tried to resist him. She, on the other hand, well, she knew what she wanted and that’s to avoid following her mother’s footsteps. She deprived herself of happiness for that very reason. Sometimes she annoyed me that she could not see pass through her fears and it would take a life and death situation before she realizes what she needed and love. But when she finally realized it, she really stood by Drake and I can respect her for that.

    I am so glad Ms. Betzold wrote Drake’s story. After taking care of his sister for a long time, it really is his turn for a happy-ever-after. I enjoyed Drake and Mags love story. I thought it was realistic and believable though some scenes were more serious than it actually portrayed. I love that the characters are all present and plays major roles in each other’s lives. Seeing Seth and Devi continue with their HEA is such a treat. The set up for the next book is there and it feels a bit like a cliff hanger because you just get unexplained scenes here and there. I’m assuming the next book will be about Cin and X or maybe Sam.

    I do have to mention that there is room for improvement for this up and coming author. I think there are some editing needs for this book. I had the ARC so some mistakes may have been corrected in the final copy. Though I enjoy multiple POVs in a storyline, the change of character POV here was sometimes abrupt. Don’t get me wrong, these did not bother to deter me from enjoying the book but I feel that I should mention it for the readers that do care about those things.

    Someone recently told me that it is better to read a book that has a good storyline with bad editing versus reading a book that has a bad storyline with great editing. And my friend is right; I can overlook bad editing when the plot is good. And that’s what I did here; I thoroughly enjoyed this book despite some editing issues. It’s simple; Ms. Betzold delivered a good story and I could not put down.

    ARC provided by Author

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2013

    Awesome story

    Love this book, can't wait for more.

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