Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Moore than Forever by Julie A Richman Review, blog stop, and Giveaway

Needing More Series
An Adult Contemporary Romance
By Julie A. Richman

(Needing Moore Series, Book 1)
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If your true love was just a Facebook friend request away ... what would you do?

Sexy entrepreneur Schooner Moore never knew why the love of his life, college sweetheart, Mia Silver, disappeared.

Now, two decades later, he finds her on Facebook and is a friend request away from the truth about what ripped them apart and a second chance at the love that was torn from them.

Now if she'll only accept his friend request ...

One true love, two shattered hearts, a single friend request and a second chance at love ...

Searching for Moore is the first book in Schooner and Mia's journey of love, loss and betrayal as they fight for their own happily ever after.


This is the first book of the Needing Moore Series trilogy and is not meant to be read as a stand-alone. Book 2 - Moore to Lose is currently available. Book 3 - Moore than Forever releases February 21, 2014.

Goodreads - http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18071924-searching-for-moore

(Needing Moore Series, Book 2)
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Continuing the fight for their happily ever after that began in Searching for Moore, Schooner Moore and Mia Silver struggle to overcome the ghosts and baggage they accumulated during their time apart.

Exploring the missing 24 years when they were separated, Moore to Lose follows Mia's journey from heartbroken teen to kickass businesswoman to her emotional reunion with Schooner and the exploration of the love that was ripped from them.

But is their love really strong enough to overcome the damage of those missing 24 years or will they continue to be ripped apart by pasts that can't be changed?

This is Book 2 in the Needing Moore Series trilogy. This is not a stand alone book. It is meant to be read after Searching for Moore. Book 3 - Moore than Forever releases February 21, 2014.

Goodreads - http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18132425-moore-to-lose

(Needing Moore Series, Book 3)
Released February 21, 2014
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In this third and final book in the Needing Moore Series trilogy, Schooner Moore and Mia Silver must learn how to grow together and fight together as a team to hold onto their second chance love.  Continually stumbling on roadblocks and ghosts from their past, can Schooner and Mia take the lessons they've learned and use them to forge a future together.
Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18659841-moore-than-forever

About the Author
I must've been 5 or 6 when I started writing "stories".  I would write them and hide them. Not wanting anyone to see my "secret" thoughts. I needed to write -even back then.  Now I'm just not hiding them anymore.  Is that a sign of maturity?  Nah ....
Writer, photographer, insatiable wanderluster, edge-player, foodie, music addict, pop culture fanatic, animal lover, warrior for the rights of people and planet, and avid cusser (am a Native New Yorker, so very little offends me ... and if I am offended, it must be pretty freaking bad .. like bad grammar!).
I am big believer in signs and if we keep ourselves open, there are guideposts all along the way. Stay humble. Be true. Be you.
Life is not a dress rehearsal ...

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Direct links
Searching for Moore –
Amazon - http://www.amazon.com/Searching-Moore-Needing-Julie-Richman-ebook/dp/B00C7D56L6/ref=la_B001K90BTU_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1391890769&sr=1-1
Barnes and Noble - http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/searching-for-moore-julie-richman/1115054363?ean=9780615796987

Moore to Lose –
Amazon - http://www.amazon.com/Moore-Lose-Needing-Julie-Richman-ebook/dp/B00FITO0YK/ref=la_B001K90BTU_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1391891503&sr=1-2
Barnes and Noble - http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/moore-to-lose-julie-richman/1117003444?ean=2940148769729

Moore than Forever –
Amazon Print - http://www.amazon.com/Moore-Forever-Needing-Series-Volume/dp/1495912183/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1392926467&sr=8-3&keywords=moore+than+forever

Eryckas review-
“Your first and your last, Baby Girl. Your first and your last.”

It has been several days and a couple of books since I finished reading Moore than Forever. Why take so long to write a review you ask; because, I needed time to gather my thoughts and cohesively put them into one fluid and comprehensible review.

This series (Needing Moore) is by far one of my most favorite! The final installment brings everything together and wraps it up in a nice little bow…but not without tearing at one’s heart stings, making one gasp, yell, shake one’s ereader as if it was a real person, and wanting more Moore…okay, maybe that was just me.

The way in which Julie breathes life into her characters is astounding. I felt like I was fly on the wall or an invisible creature following along in the lives of Schooner, Mia, and the ‘ensemble’ cast. The sights, smells, and tastes are so real, I could see the streets of NYC, I could smell the African air, and taste the potato latkes. (Side note, potato latkes are delicious!) She weaves the past and the present in such a flawless manner that one could easily get lost in this story and not want to come up for air until the last word of the last sentence in the last chapter was read.

The tribute to New York, the people of the city, to those that lost their lives, those that lost loved ones, and the rest of us that watched 9/11 happen on TV was such and intricate piece of this series. It was a ‘character’ in and of itself. The beauty and grace of how Julie braids this horrific tragedy into Mia and Schooner’s lives was magnificent.

If you haven’t already, you need to read Searching for Moore, Moore to Lose, and one-click Moore than Forever the day it goes live!!

FIVE Moore stars!!

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  1. "The way in which Julie breathes life into her characters is astounding." Thank you for participating! :)

  2. Love the post. Sounds like a really good read.