It is very rare for me to read a story 5 times; I have read this book at least that many times if not more.
Title: London Tides
Author: Carla Laureano
Genre: Christian Fiction
The following is taken from Goodreads: “Irish photojournalist Grace Brennan travels the world’s war zones documenting the helpless and forgotten. After the death of her friend and mentor in the field, Grace is shaken. She returns to London hoping to rekindle the spark with the only man she ever loved– Scottish businessman Ian McDonald. But he gave up his championship rowing career and dreams of Olympic gold years ago for Grace… only for her to choose her career over him. Will life’s tides bring them back together… or tear them apart for good this time?”
This book was little different from the usual books I read. However, I am so happy that I bought this book. It’s a modern day romance that takes place in the hustle and bustle of London and the rolling green hills of Scotland.
If you haven’t read the Hawthorne House series, I highly recommend you do so. It has been a long time since I laughed out loud and cheered the protagonists on while reading a book. With this series, I did just that.
I have confession to make. I am a recent college graduate with an English degree, and I just read Jane Eyre for the first time. I know, I know. How could I have not read it before? Honestly, I don’t know because I really enjoyed it.
Grammar can be an English major’s best friend or worst enemy. For me, it has been both. As English majors, we are expected to know how to properly construct a sentence. However, we are all human and make mistakes. We forget certain rules. The following, taken from Your Dictionary, is a refresher course on some rules of grammar:
Imagine the moment you walk across the stage, shake the hand of the president of the university, and receive your diploma. You’ve done it. You’ve earned your Bachelor of Arts in English. You move the tassel from the right side of your cap to the left. You’ve graduated.