Monday, January 29, 2018

Review Tour w/Giveaway: One Unforgettable Friday by Robena Grant

One Unforgettable Friday
by Robena Grant
GENRE: Contemporary Romance


Robena Grant will be awarding a $20 Amazon/BN GC to a randomly drawn
winner via rafflecopter during the tour.
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you comment better your chances on winning.



Lizzie York, a young paraplegic, has the chance to teach at a new school in Oldcastle. On a quest for independence, and to live alone, out from her brother’s watchful eye, she encounters discrimination from narrow-minded villagers. Toss into the mix: a school employee who sets her heart racing, a home of her own, and work she is passionate about.

Peter Barrington, a London solicitor, invests in Bright Academy. Having experienced pain and loss in his past, he became a workaholic. He now desires a quiet life in the country. He meets Lizzie, is immediately smitten, but respects her need for independence. As they work together, their mutual respect and love grows.

When someone hides in the woods and photographs them, Peter does everything in his power to protect Lizzie. But Lizzie is up for a fight. Will their love be strong enough to overcome hatred, and intent to harm, so they can forge a future together?

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Excerpt :

“Maybe he has a secret life? Doesn’t like women?” Sara said, keeping her voice low.

“You. Are. Kidding. Right?” Naomi leaned forward. “He’s so darn hot.” She fanned her face. “He’s every woman’s dream. Did anyone else notice that he
looks like Dev Patel’s older brother? If he had a brother.”

They all spoke over each other in whispered tones. Of course, many had observed his resemblance to the British born actor of Indian parents. She had too. “Shush,” Lizzie said, and frowned. “He might return, and well, it seems rude.”

Everyone snickered, but returned to their work. Lizzie glanced around the table; nobody had made much progress. When Peter left, she’d have to get tough with them. An old saying, things come in threes, popped into her mind. Good and bad.

This would be three weddings. All good. She hoped the nosey villagers would leave handsome Peter Barrington alone. She couldn’t bear to watch his wedding. Especially to a woman from the village. And that would start another round of three.

Were there even three single people left in Oldcastle?


5 stars

Lizzie York, a young paraplegic, has finally a good chance in being able to reach for her dream and be able to teach at a new school in Oldcastle, not only would this give her the independence she seeks and be able to finally move from the watch brother. But she also might be able to discover and find love. Not all is going to be a bed of roses, Lizzie will have to overcome discrimination from narrow-minded villagers. And she will have fight for the love of a man who sets her heart racing. Peter Barrington, is London solicitor, but he invests in Bright Academy., some of the things that happened to him turned him into a workaholic. All he wants now is a quiet life in the country. He meets Lizzie, is immediately smitten, but respects her need for independence. As they work together, their mutual respect and love grows. A lovely story that flows like a meandering creek, full of passion despair and heartache, will they overcome what awaits them ? Read the book its a great story. I received a free copy for my honest review! Review by Jara


AUTHOR Bio and Links:

Robena Grant writes contemporary romance and romantic suspense about ordinary women thrust into extraordinary circumstances. Travel and discovering new places brings her great pleasure, and she often includes these discoveries in her stories. She is Australian by birth, lives in Southern California, and has two grown children. Robena may be contacted at: where she blogs frequently, or follow her on social media, Amazon



  1. Thanks for the giveaway; I like the excerpt. :)

  2. Thanks for hosting the giveaway. This looks like a fun book to read. Bernie Wallace BWallace1980(at)hotmail(D0t)com

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  4. I enjoyed getting to know your book; Congrats on the tour and thanks for the chance to win :)

  5. I really liked looking over this review tour. Sounds like a really nice read!

  6. Enjoyed reading the except and that great review.

  7. Really enjoyed reading about this book, thank you so much & congrats on the tour! :)