Dana Pratola – Descended – Jett

From the Back Cover:

descended_cover_final_smallWhen a reclusive businessman takes an interest in Haven’s artwork, she knows it’s an answer to prayer. But Jett Cestone is an enigma with a disconcerting connection to the young women in his employ. He’s by far the most unusual man she’s ever met.

Haven is the most interesting woman to ever cross Jett’s path. But she’s too naïve and pure to learn what goes on in his home. Too bad he wants her more than he’s wanted anyone or anything in his life.

Amanda’s Review:

All I can say is WOW! Although I didn’t read this novel in one sitting, I easily could have. It had me in a tight grip from the first pages and I did end up reading most of a night away. I just wanted to know more about this Jett character — who was he? Even when I finished the book, it stayed with me for over a week. I loved it to bits.

I don’t want to give anything away from the plot, so it will suffice to say that Dana Pratola did a fantastic job at portraying real characters with real struggles, and the chemistry between the Haven and Jett kept me turning pages. And the ideas behind this story were just that little bit different from the norm that it held my interest all the way.

I can’t wait to read more of this authors work. Recommended for those who love contemporary romance with a twist.

About the Author:

Author2Jesus Christ is my Lord and Savior. He is merciful and gracious and loves me beyond all human reason. He loves you the same way. He gave me a passion to write, and I believe if the words I write turn a reader’s heart toward Christ, I am fulfilling my destiny. A lofty goal? Sure. That’s one of many reasons I need God in my life all day, every day. Another is my family. I’ve been married to my sweetheart for 26 years. We live in New Jersey with our three spectacular children, all of whom are destined to make wide and colorful splashes on this planet.

I write Christian Romance. Not the kind with the women buttoned to the neck and the men daring no more than to hold her hand after a long courtship, but the contemporary kind. I don’t write explicit sex scenes but my characters have real desires, struggles and choices to make. A lot of the time they make the wrong ones. No subject is prohibited but good always triumphs.

For more information, go to http://www.danapratola.webs.com

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