Blog Archive

Powered by Blogger.


Popular Posts


Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Pretty and Pregnant  By Madison Johns

 Kimberly Steele wasn’t like most women who were six months pregnant. She wore one form fitting pink ensemble after the next with sky-high heels, much to the chagrin of her boss, the sexy attorney Jeremy Preston. What did he care what she wore? All she knew was that she needed to keep her secret about who the baby’s daddy really is and where he is now.
Jeremy couldn’t believe any man would leave a woman as beautiful as Kimberly high and dry just because she was pregnant. He admired Kimberly for her decision to go it alone and keep the baby, versus making a choice that she’d later regret. One of the reasons he couldn’t stop himself from being attracted to her.

One fateful day it all changed for her when Clive Baxter offered her the chance to become the new spokes model for his latest perfume line, Pretty and Pregnant. Soon Kimberly had to deal with signing a contract and fighting her attraction to Jeremy.

My review:

Having read another book by Madison Johns I was excited to hear she had a novella. I was not disappointed. The story was really good. I was sad when it was over. Other than a few minor typo's my only complaint was the length of it. The characters were enjoyable although I will fully admit that her leading man made me wary in the beginning, but again this could have been fleshed out more. In the end I was happy with the story and the characters. Madison Johns has the ability to tell a story with humor and love that makes you yearn for just a bit more.  It is worth the 99 cents she charges for it. I give Pretty and Pregnant a solid 4 out of 5 apples!

About the Author:

Amazon bestseller ~ Armed and Outrageous.
Author Madison Johns early days weren't spent writing -- they were spent dreaming. Her vivid imagination ran wild and took her places only dreams could. She read books, tons of books, they were her only friends. As a child, Madison Johns preferred to distance herself from other children her age, and had been described as a dreamer. Even as a small child, she remembers staying awake many a night fighting dragons, whisked away to foreign lands, or meeting the man of her dreams. She was a voracious reader of historical romance in her teen years and has always wished to one day journey to England, France, Ireland, and Scotland
The writing bug bit her at the age of 44 and she pounded out four books since that time. As the publishing climate changed she took a risk and decided to self publish, first a collection of two horror short stories geared for YA, Coffin Tales Season of Death.
Madison's caring nature had led her to work in the healthcare field, where she was employed as a nursing care assistant at a nursing home, and it was there that she was inspired to write her first mystery, Armed and Outrageous, introducing amateur detective, Agnes Barton. The book depicts two elderly ladies digging up clues with enough laugh out loud antics to make James Bond blush.
In late April of 2012 she released her first novel, Armed and Outrageous, and in September while doing a free run on Amazon, Armed and Outrageous, went to #1 for free! The following month her book co-existed alongside the Stephanie Plum series for paid in the humor category!

As always if you would like to be featured on this blog or have a story to tell please feel free to shoot me an email at 

Please comment !

Have a great day!