*Blog Tour* An Unplanned Lesson by Beth Rinyu

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Nicole Morgan, the new second grade teacher at Pineview Elementary school, has it all together in the classroom; it’s her personal life that she can’t find peace with. Unable to let go of the guilt that she is harboring from her past, she punishes herself by running from all potential relationships.

Her patience is put to the test when Dailan O’Maley the obnoxious but very sexy uncle of one of her students enters her life. She slowly cracks away at Dailan’s crude, crass exterior when they are forced to work together for the sake of his nephew. The two of them learn a lesson in love that neither had planned as they discover that the guilt they are hiding deep inside isn’t the only thing they have in common. Unbeknownst to her, he holds more than just the key to her heart.

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About the Author:
Ever since I can remember, I have always enjoyed Creative Writing. There was always something about being able to travel to a different place or become a different person with just the stroke of a pen – or in today’s world a touch of the keyboard.

My life is not as interesting as my books or the characters in them, but then again whose life is? I was born and have lived in New Jersey my whole life. I’m a mom of twin teenage boys, a teenage stepson, a crazy Border Collie and a cat with an identity crisis! I guess you can say writing is my form of Calgon! I am married to a wonderful guy – but we’ll keep that between us, I don’t want him getting a big head!

“An Unplanned Life” the sequel/prequel to “An Unplanned Lesson” will be releasing on 11/7/13 and I already have a vested interest in the characters of my next novel  “A Cry For Hope” releasing some time in 2014…..stay tuned for details!

Krystle’s ★★★½ to ★★★★ Review:
(I’m terrible at committing to ratings!)

An Unplanned Lesson by Beth Rinyu was a quick, feel good read that really warmed my heart. Some parts of this novel were an absolute 5 stars for me while other parts didn’t quite sit well with me but all around I really enjoyed it and would recommend it to others.

The characters in this story were by far my favorite part. I fell in love with them right off the bat and really felt connected with them. The characters made me smile, laugh, cry and even want to throw my kindle across the room a few times. If you ask me, characters than can pull all the different emotions from you are the best kind.
I also really enjoyed the writing style in this one. I felt as though I was sitting on my couch and watching a cute love story unfold on my television set. The story was paced really well and had a great flow to it. For most of the story I thought that this story was going to be a definite 4 and a half stars for me.
It wasn’t until the very end that this story started to disappoint. The ending seemed extremely rushed and unrealistic. We had been waiting for the unveiling of a huge secret the whole way through and when we finally were filled in it was amongst a whole lotta other BIG happenings. I feel as though too much *big news* was wrapped all into a few pages and then all of a sudden the story just stopped.
Because I enjoyed the first 90 or so percent of the story I would definitely still recommend it to others and I will still happily read the second book. I am fully aware that we all have different styles and I think that perhaps the ending of will be exactly what some people are looking for.
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