Plight by K.M. Golland

Title: Plight
Author: K.M. Golland
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Release Date: May 29, 2017


Blurb
Plight
[plahyt]
Noun: a difficult, or otherwise unfortunate
situation.
Verb: pledge or solemnly promise. Be engaged to be
married.
I promised
myself to a man. Well, technically, I promised myself to a boy. We were eight
years old. Neighbours. He gave me a Cheezel, pushed it onto my finger, and
asked me to marry him.
I ate the
Cheezel.
I also
said, “Yes” but that we’d have to wait until we were thirty.
It was my
thirtieth birthday last week and now he’s calling in that promise.
Seriously,
Elliot Parker is insane if he thinks
that an out of the blue private Facebook message stipulating the binding law of
an oral contractual agreement is going to seal our twenty-two-year bullshit
engagement.
Insane.
I wonder if
he really does look like his profile picture, though.

 

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Author Bio
“I’m an author. I am married. I am a mother of two adorable
little people. I’m a bookworm, craftworm, movieworm, and sportsworm. I’m also a
self confessed shoe-aholic, tea-aholic, car-aholic, and bridge-aholic.”
Born and raised in Melbourne, Australia, K.M. Golland is a
best selling hybrid author, and a ranty, married mother of two with a very
healthy high heel obsession.
 
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It's been a while since I've read a KM Golland book but, there was something about this one that I simply could not resist.
Plight had me hooked from the very first Cheezel! This story is sweet, sexy and it totally captured my heart. I loved the chemistry between Elliott and Danielle.
Best friends since they were too young to know what that really means, they spend years apart living different lives. When Elliott firmly plants himself back in Danielle's life it's as if no time has passed at all. Danielle is smart and independent and is completely thrown when Elliott shows up after seventeen years. Elliot has made a good life for himself but he never forgot the girl he left behind.
I laughed, cried and swooned all the way from the first page to the last. This book is well written with a story line that flows. With no real drama to speak of, it's smart with witty banter and a cast of side characters that really bring an extra laugh. I fell in love with Elliott and Danielle. I'm glad I decided to take a chance on Plight.
~ Kimberly Anne

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