Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Madisons life lessons - Gracen Miller

Madison's life lessons - Gracen Miller

About the book:
Fate can mark one early for a particular future. 

Madison Wescott’s life is Hell on earth. Her father, a Baptist Preacher, convinces her she’s morally corrupt when men notice her blooming beauty. She strives to be unnoticeable, but nothing satisfies her condemning parents. 

And sometimes fate has nothing to do with one’s potential. 

Temptation rears its head when Micah Dominus visits her father’s church on Christmas morning, but she is unprepared for her physical reaction to him. Frightened by her own emotions, she is grateful she’ll never see him again. But when he shows up again at a friend’s funeral, and at other times in her life, she’s swayed by his charisma. Micah becomes her white knight through the good and bad, but can they create the perfect life together? Or has she just located the beginning of the Road to Hell? 

Supernatural forces more powerful than fate can claim one’s destiny…


This book is a prequel to the Road to hell series, and follows Madison before and after she met Micah. Madison finds that she is attracted to a man, and she has never felt this way before. With her father always telling her she is going to Hell and the devil is in her, she at first believes that he is right and that her feelings are sinful. This soon changes as Madison when Madison decides that she doesn't believe in her fathers god and wants to strike out on her own. The change in her mothers attitude and what she sees and hears brings about her resolve to do as she wants, thus making her turn to Micah more and more with him becoming her rock in everything. She does have a lot of life lessons to learn.
I loved this book so much, set out before she meets Micah, the lessons Madison learns are real and believable to everyone reading this book. I found the characters entertaining especially Madison and Micah, with the interactions between the two bewitching and enthralling. The whole way that this book is written brings you into Madison's world and makes you understand more about her and her back story, giving an amazing incite into who and what Madison is to become. I loved this book so much i went straight out to buy the first book in the series Pandora's box and I'm sure i am not going to be disappointed. 

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