5/25/2011

Reviews for Keeping House


I woke up this morning to find that Keeping House had taken over the number 1 spot on the bestseller list at ARe! 

Just wanted to share some really awesome reviews that I found yesterday for Keeping House! 

First there was this one from Night Owl Reviews, where Keeping House was named a Top Pick by reviewer Daisiemae. 

"Keeping House by Lee Brazil is a fun, fast-paced and sexy story that kept me up well past my bedtime. "

Then the wonderful AJ Llewellyn pointed me to this one from 

" with a good cup of tea and possibly iced buns, this was a pleasant way to spend some time."

"I read it and enjoyed the experience, to be honest I’m finding it harder to do that these days."

And then there was this one from BookingIt
Keeping House is a fantastic short story with surprising depth and lovable characters.  I only wish the story were a bit longer not because the story had not been told, but because I wanted more of these two great guys.  A definite must buy!


BLURB
Donovan Holloway, advertising executive, newly made vice president of the company where he's worked for twenty years, grew up in a free love hippie commune m, taking care of the parents who should have been taking care of him. He's worked hard to put himself through school and achieve the American dream. All he's ever wanted was a normal family life—house in the suburbs, two cars, two kids, a shaggy dog. A family to come home to—to care for, and to care for him.

Mischa Blake is the green eyed, liberally-pierced, black-haired, Mohawk-wearing spoiled youngest son of a Hollywood producer and his actress wife. Mischa has made a terrible mistake. In a fit of childish pique, he's accepted a dare from his older brothers. The dare? Live on his own, supporting himself completely for a year without accessing his trust fund. No problem. Except Mischa has never worked a day in his life, hasn't finished college, and has absolutely no skills that he can bring to the table.

So when he sees Donovan's ad for a housekeeper/gardener, he has nothing to lose by applying, because really...how hard can it be?


1 comment:

  1. Mr. Brazil - this . . . is . . . awesome! You are a very talented author with a terrific book . . . and the others in this series will soon be holding this title also! :D Love.

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