Recently, a friend of mine (still honestly cannot believe I can call her that) the lovely Suzie Carr took the decision to release all of her books on Kindle unlimited. Why is that important and worthy of blogging ? Well, quite simply, because her books are awesome !!!! If you don’t believe me – check her rankings for yourself. Her books have attracted a number of awards, she’s had top 10 releases in contemporary fiction on Amazon, she’s a generous philanthropist ( She’s given over $1000 to the NoH8 charity alone) and an empowering supporting woman, who deeply cares about people and just the nicest person you’ll ever meet.
So why would you take the decision to subscribe to Suzie’s Kindle unlimited offer and stream her books ? Well, you already have. You own a kindle already don’t you ? You clearly love to read, so why wouldn’t you want to connect with a talented author, someone who writes with a freeness of joy and expression about wonderful characters with meaningful messages ? Still don’t believe me ? Just take a look at this list and tell me why you wouldn’t want to read them all, more than once !!
“Inner secrets” – Perfection. I want to marry Hope and have her babies and live happily ever after.
“New leash on life” – This is a book of selfless love, which any pet owner will appreciate and understand. When Olivia’s animal sanctuary is destroyed in a hurricane, she broadcasts a desperate plea for help to the local community. But, surprisingly help comes from an unexpected source, an ex-girlfriend called Chloe and the only girl Olivia has ever loved. As they work together on rebuilding the shelter, Olivia’s walls start to crumble and the past catches up to them.
“Sandcastles” – Lia is smart, successful a no nonsense in control woman, that is, until she meets Willow, a psychic who’s capable of making her off balance and affecting her in a personal way.
As they come together we learn about Lia’s friend Dean and how difficult it is to maintain fragility of the sandcastles of their lives while embracing the parts of life that really matter. This book is an exploration of alternate therapies, spirituality and work life balance. It must be good, because it received the Rainbow Book Award Runner-Up for Lesbian Contemporary General Fiction AND the Rainbow Book Award Runner-Up for Best Lesbian Book in 2015. What more proof do you need.
“Snowflakes” – Suzies first and only short book (to date) and it’s lovely. Perfect for the bus ride into work, or while you’re waiting for your next appointment. A snowy dog park in the middle of a quiet town is the last place Alice and Desiree expect to meet up with their destiny. Secluded, these two women are able to let down their guards long enough to enjoy a tantalizing moment that leaves them both breathless and conflicted. Can their desire further develop outside the fence of this private dog park once the real world catches up to them………..
“Staying true” – You have to love Ruby, a free-spirited masseuse who is at the heart of this story. Fiercely independent, that is until she meets Nadia, the two begin to realise a connection between them which threatens to overwhelm Ruby’s autonomy as she commits to this new relationship. Supported by Shawna, a transgendered friend and Ruby’s gramps, the unlikely foursome embarks on a quest to learn the meaning of love, letting go, and staying true to themselves.
“The Journey Somewhere” – This is a slightly unusual story from Suzie, it’s her first and only sequel (to Tangerine Twist) At first site, Kelly looks to have it all, life is stable and easy. But, then an ex girlfriend, the beautiful Becca James, comes back into town. Everything is set to change when she offers Kelly the opportunity of a lifetime, to photograph her while on tour. It’s quite literally the story of a Journey somewhere !!
“The muse” – this book could have been written for my friend Karen. Our Heroine, Carefree Janey’s life takes a daring turn when she enters the world of social media shortly after meeting the alluringly sexy Eva. Flirting online is one thing, but can Carefree Janey battle the demons of her bullied past and overcome them to reveal her true identity to Eva and live her happily ever after ? This book delves into the traumatic world of bullying, along with sexuality and social psychology.
“Two feet of the ground” – This book is quite simply hilarious !!! Lauren is madly in love with Paula. She’s sexy, adventurous and the hero to her son, Owen. And its mutual. There’s just one thing….. Paula has accepted a job offer across the country and Lauren is afraid of flying. Oh and Owen doesn’t want to leave his friends and lets not forget the best friend who depends on her too. How on earth are these two ever going to have their happy ending ?
“The Fiche Room” – We join Emma just as she is about to marry her college sweetheart, destined to become president of her dads organisation. Then the liberating Haley comes into her life and quite literally turns her world upside-down and cause her to question and reinvent herself. This is a wonderful story not just of love, but of having the courage to change for the better and challenge peoples expectations.
“The dance” – This book is simply exquisite. A stunningly moving story of love after loss. In the wake of a tragedy which derails their lives, Jacky focusses all her attention on stepdaughter Sophie. But they’re suffocating each other as they struggle to overcome the loss of Sophies mother. Enter Brooke a beekeeper who contacts Jacky to help train her overly-protective dog, Bee. Just as they learn to open up and dance with life again, a hurtful truth reveals itself. Will this truth set them free or unravel all they’ve come to learn about life?