Monday, October 21, 2013

Review, Blog Tour & Giveaway: This Could Have Been Our Song by Danielle-Claude Neontangmba

Title This Could Have Been Our Song! A Coulda Woulda Shoulda Ballad

Series Coulda Woulda Shoulda Song Series - #1

Author Danielle-Claude Ngontang Mba

Genre Contemporary Romance

Publication Date January 18, 2013

Publisher Ever After Edition

Cover Artist Danielle-Claude Ngontang MBA

Book Blurb/Synopsis

Book one:

Love can be such a "coulda, woulda, shoulda" song sometimes…

Lucia Mpobo-Riddell could have been a dancer like the rest of women of her family but instead she chose music. Marcus Grant could have been a doctor like the rest of his family but instead he chose music. She also could have not fallen for Marcus on her birthday but she did. And Marcus, he could have told Lucia the truth about his real reason for being in Toronto that night, but he didn’t. Now they have to deal with big reveals and consequences: Marcus almost stealing her job and being force to work on an album together. Marcus, because he couldn’t swallow his pride, leaves Toronto and goes home to London. Lucia, because she just couldn’t give up on her first amazing opportunity to produce a whole album. And to complicate the situation further, the band they’re working for is not the easiest one. Mary Gillis, Marcus’ on and off flame, still has a hold on him. Greg McMullen, Lucia’s close friend and former dance partner is back in town and has been in love with her for years. Then there’s Marcus and Lucia, in the middle of their own a professional and personal tug-of- war with each over and the rest of the world. But maybe things could still work out… All things considered, this could have been one heck of a love song!
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Review: I really enjoyed this book over all. I had a bit of issue with the switching back and forth of the characters and past/present. The main characters were great and the author does a good job of sucking you in and making you care about the Mpobo-Riddell family. Just like everyone says you don't know what you got till its gone. Marcus is a prime example of this saying. At the end of the book a few people are "happy" but only time will tell where they "happy ever after" is.

About the Author:
Meet Danielle-Claude Ngontang Mba
The Author, The Blogger, The Cheeky Reviewer

"My life journey is like my playlist, amazingly unique but full of contradictions with surprising joys with every song..."

I was born in Quebec City, Canada from Gabonese parents but grew up in Paris and Libreville the Gabonese capital until the age of 18. Are you yawning yet? I am...

I moved back to Canada in 1999 after high school in Libreville to study Cinematography and Digital movie production in Laval University in Quebec then The International Academy of Design and Technology in Toronto. After graduating in 2003, I decided to sell my soul to the corporate world and worked in the Benefit Outsourcing Industry for seven in Toronto before reconnecting with her first passion writing.

"A teacher told me in high school that people didn't read anymore so I decided that I would make movies that didn't stick…"

I finally went back to school to study creative writing at Georges Brown College in 2010 and 2011. I started to write The Coulda Woulda Shoulda Song Series as an assignment and finished Book One in late 2011 before moving to London.

And the rest as they say is history... Almost two years later, I'm in London and wrote three novels: This Could Have Been Our Song! A coulda woulda shoulda ballad... (Book one) currently available on amazon and soon in iTunes, Kobo, Barnes and Nobles and Smashwords. The sequel This Would Have Been Our Song! Catchy tune and dancers tales will be release in January 2014. Bird Of Prey, my first mystery novel will be release in October 7th, 2013 on paperback before its wide release in November 25th, 2013. It will be followed by The Plot Thickens (a novella) in January 2014 and Polliannah Got Married! in April 2014 or earlier.

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