Wednesday, February 24, 2016

*** Review, Giveaway & Book Tour For Noah's Journey (Sawyer Brothers #3) by C.A. Harms ***

Title: Noah's Journey
Series: Sawyer Brothers #3
Author: C.A. Harms
Genre: Adult, Contemporary Romance
Published: February 2, 2016
Publisher: Limitless Publishing LLC

What a wonderful book. But man the tears kept hitting 
me, I felt so bad for Noah, to have your ex shop up and
 lay one on ya like this. Makes ya want to wring that 
bitch’s neck. I love C.A. Harms books you could feel the
 hurt and pain Noah and his family felt. This book just 
oozed passion that C.A. put into it. Then there was poor
 Alena with Stacey back in the picture and Noah 
concentrating on Austin she was kind of just left 
hanging there. She had to keep wondering if there was 
a future for her and Noah. Now as this was the third 
book the epilogue was for all the books. I loved how 
she tied up the stories. But make sure you read on for 
a surprise at the end of this book it will really blow you
 away. Now before I ruin this for you I will leave off here.
  I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did. If you do
 like this book, please consider leaving a review.  
The Authors really like it when you do,  
they value your opinions too.

The years that were taken can never be repaid.

The memories stolen can never be returned.

But I had to move forward…for him, my son.

Noah had spent years wondering what he could have 
done differently. Wondering what he’d done wrong to 
make Stacey leave. The heartache from her absence 
and the what-ifs of their past eventually turned to
 anger—and then disgust.

It took years for him to move on, and once he did, his
 past came thundering back, revealing a secret.

A secret that would forever change his future.

Alena had waited for the chance to have more with 
Noah. He was an enigma, a man of mystery, yet she 
wasn’t quite ready to give up on him. She knew there 
was more to him than what he allowed those around 
him to see. She was drawn to his charm and his calm 
nature. With an uprooted past of her own, she craved 
a little stability more than anything. But when things 
between them finally begin to grow into more, their 
relationship is tested.

Will it all be too much for Alena to handle?

Or will she decide to stay and be a part of…Noah’s Journey?

Noah's Journey Excerpt © C.A. Harms 2015/2016



A Little Over Four Years Ago

“I just can’t do this anymore, Noah. This is not the life I want or where I want to be forever. I thought you wanted more too. More than this quiet town with no real hope of being somebody.” Stacey sat on the end of my bed, the sheet still wrapped around her naked body.

Of all the times to have this type of conversation, I never thought it would be now. She chose first thing in the morning when I was already late for work.

“So what are you saying?” I asked as I stood in the doorway, fisting my shirt in my hands. I was trying not to blow up, trying to remain the rational one in this relationship.

“I don’t want to be here, in Livingston, for the rest of my life. I want to go somewhere with greater opportunities. I feel like if I stay here, I’m giving up my dreams. I feel like I’m drowning.”

She stood from the bed and let the sheet fall to the floor. Stacey was a gorgeous woman—tall, fit, and almost angelic. She was also very selfish and spoiled. Everyone called her by first name until she finally forced her parents to change it to her middle name instead. “Jessie” was entirely too hick for her taste.

“Noah, you had to see this coming,” she said. And the lack of compassion in her voice only made my anger grow.

“I had to see this coming? Are you fucking serious right now?” I took a step toward her, and she quickly slipped her shirt on over her head. “I asked you to marry me, and now you’re fucking telling me you’re leaving?” I lifted my hand and gripped my hair, pulling at the ends. “So what the hell was last night? And again this morning? One last roll in the sack before you walk out on me?”

“Come with me,” she said with a hopeful expression.

“I can’t just pick up and walk away. I just got on track with where I want to be at the station. I have the ranch and my responsibilities to my family. Plus, this is my home. I don’t want to leave.”

“Then you’re choosing this place and all of them over us.” She actually had the nerve to look hurt and offended.

I stood in the center of the room, watching as she began grabbing items and tossing them in her bag. “I have to get out of here. I gave you the option to come with me, and you declined. So that is on you.”

Heat rose in my neck, and a swooshing sound filled my ears as I fought against my anger. “It’s on me, what the fuck? You’re truly something else, you know that? You throw this shit at me five minutes before my shift starts at the station and have the nerve to blame the end of us on me. You fucking did this.”

She ignored me as she finished dressing and gathered some more of her things. I stepped up behind her and grabbed the bag from her hands, making her stop what the hell she was doing and look at me.

Stacey spun around and gasped as I leaned in, bringing my face only inches from hers. “This is all on you. You’ve been planning this escape all along. Now you want to blame me.” I stepped back and held my arm out, pointing toward the door of my apartment. “Get out,” I said through gritted teeth. “I’ll send your shit to your parents, because right now I can’t fucking look at you a minute longer.”

Her eyes widened, and she covered her mouth with her hand. I gave a sarcastic chuckle as I shook my head. She had already pushed me past my breaking point, and I was through playing the nice guy. “Cut the tears, Stacey. You wanted this, you got it. Now get out. I’m not holding you back from your perfect life any longer.”

I waited until the door slammed before I caved and sat on the end of the bed. My clothes from last night were still tossed around the room. I had given her years of my life, thinking we had a future.

I guess her being younger and unsettled should have warned me off, but her vibrant attitude was what had attracted me from the start. Now I just felt like a dumbass for not seeing what others saw in her. She was a wild card, but I took a chance.

Never again.

C.A. Harms is like any other addicted reader. She 
enjoys happy endings and HEA love stories. She 
hasn't always been a lover of Romance and had once 
been addicted to a good Mystery. Just recently she has
 taken on a new liking and now is a full blown 
Romance novel addict

She lives in Illinois and enjoys spending time with her 

husband and two children. You will always find her 
with her kindle or paperback in hand as it is her 
favorite pass time.

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