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“A Love Story You Can’t Miss!”
What a wonderful surprise to see this latest review of Water Signs, posted by Jennie L:
I often sift through books and read the reviews and endorsements to see what people are saying about the book and I’m Happy to say I was both pleased by the reviews for this book, but even more so when I read it for myself!! Well worth five stars and beyond. It’s one of those books that REALLY moved me, like a deep emotional impact and it was just a wild adventure that really allowed my imagination to soar. Since reviews helped me in deciding to get this book I wanted to help other readers know they are in for a REAL treat with this book and I know it will leave footprints on your heart. 🙂
As a writer, it doesn’t get any better than that. Knowing your book was received with love, appreciation, and understanding is the best reward for living and writing; if it leaves footprints on the heart of just one reader, the effort was well worth it. Thank you, Jennie, for taking the time to read and review!
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Win a Kindle Version of Water Signs: A Story of Love and Renewal
For readers who are in love with romance, Water Signs: A Story of Love and Renewal, stands out among romance books, romance novels and fiction books. Although characters in a work of fiction, Madeline and Ken’s all too human struggles set them apart from the ordinary heroine and hero. In a departure from most romance novels and romance books for Kindle, Water Signs celebrates faith, family, and patriotism even as it explores coming-of-age in a contemporary world where traditional values are shunned and ridiculed. Still, author Daria Anne DiGiovanni infuses the pages with old-fashioned romance while captivating readers with her vivid descriptions of suburban Philadelphia, the South Jersey Shore, and South Florida.As you’re drawn into this mesmerizing tale of first love and second chances, you’ll see, hear, touch, and smell the salty sea air, the sounds of the ocean, and the aroma of homemade Italian food; you’ll also experience the palpable emotions that characterize a 14-year romance fraught with heartache, miscommunication, and most importantly, genuine, abiding love. Looking for a different kind of romance novel – one that inspires, uplifts and makes you believe in happily ever after? Read Water Signs: A Story of Love and Renewal.
I couldn’t stop myself from being addicted to the outcome of this story! As a mom and an Entrepreneur reading a novel is PURE luxury for me. Reading Daria’s book gave me the escape I needed as I feel in-love with Madeline and could relate to all the longings of her heart, torn between “the right thing to do” by her family and religious standard and what she felt in her heart. Every woman can relate her own youthful hopefulness for a “lifetime” romance, however, Madeline’s journey to love is suspenseful and so engaging I couldn’t stop reading ….and just when I thought the plot was winding down a new twist to keep me hooked was in the next chapter. Indulge in the “treat” of reading this story.
Another Review of Water Signs: A Story of Love and Renewal
It never ceases to amaze me how after 3 1/2 years, I am still receiving wonderful reviews from readers. This one came from a LinkedIn contact whose email I discovered this morning:
Hi Daria, I just finished your book. I read it on my kindle. I must say you have a great talent! I can’t even write this email properly. It was so interesting to read about places I have visited. Well I hope things are wonderful on your end on the world.
All the best,
Funny how something so seemingly insignificant can happen just at the moment you need it most. It’s been a very tough New Year so far, dealing with the aftermath of my cousin’s shocking death (I haven’t yet written a post about what we discovered about her after her passing) and my mother’s ensuing health issues, which have dominated my time and my thoughts. M.P.’s correspondence today was a welcome breath of fresh air in a time period marked by much darkness and worry, although ironically I spent last evening editing the five chapters I’ve written so far of my sequel. I am not a “one-hit wonder”, after all! 😉