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Stealing Adda ❮Reading❯ ➿ Stealing Adda Author Tamara Leigh – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Bestselling romance author Adda Sinclaire has writer s block Just when she catches her breath and quite possibly the eye of a certain fabulously good looking man her arch nemesis gives the pot one fin Bestselling romance author Adda Sinclaire has writer s block Just when she catches her breath and quite possibly the eye of a certain fabulously good looking man her arch nemesis gives the pot one final stir.

  • Paperback
  • 464 pages
  • Stealing Adda
  • Tamara Leigh
  • English
  • 27 May 2019
  • 1576839257

About the Author: Tamara Leigh

Tamara Leigh signed a book contract with Bantam Books in , her debut medieval romance was nominated for a RITA award, and successive books with Bantam, HarperCollins, and Dorchester earned awards and appeared on national bestseller listsIn , the first of Tamara s inspirational contemporary romances was published, followed by sixwith Multnomah and RandomHouse Perfecting Kate was optioned for a movie, Splitting Harriet won an ACFW Book of the Year award, and Faking Grace was nominated for a RITA awardIn , Tamara returned to writing historical romance with the release of Dreamspell and the bestselling Age of Faith and The Feud series Among her bestsellers are her general market romances rewritten as clean and inspirational reads, including Lady at Arms and Lady of Conquest In late , she released Merciless, the first book in the new AGE OF CONQUEST series, followed by Fearless and Nameless, unveiling the origins of the Wulfrith family Psst It all began with a woman Watch for Heartless in Spring Tamara lives near Nashville with her husband, a German Shepherd who has never met a squeaky toy she can t destroy, and a feisty Morkie who keeps her company during long writing stintsConnect with Tamara at her website tamaraleigh, Facebook, Twitter and tamaraleightenn gmail.



10 thoughts on “Stealing Adda

  1. Jacob Proffitt Jacob Proffitt says:

    Really, really slow start And it doesn t help that Adda is not a very nice person who thinks she s perfectly justified I admit I only made it about 5% or so, but since I was still waiting for it to start and Adda was such a turnoff I decided to give it a rest.

  2. Coco.V Coco.V says:

    FREE ontoday 11 30 2019

  3. Tara Tara says:

    I think this review might be able to be summarized with one worder, nameNick I ve loved all of Ms Leigh s heroes She has such a talent for writing strong, likable male characters But since all the other ones I ve read are from the medieval period, I thought that might be half the reason they are so strong Because the time period lends itself to extremely strong, masculine characters Sometimes when it comes to contemporary novels, it s hard to write a really strong character without h I think this review might be able to be summarized with one worder, nameNick I ve loved all of Ms Leigh s heroes She has such a talent for writing strong, likable male characters But since all the other ones I ve read are from the medieval period, I thought that might be half the reason they are so strong Because the time period lends itself to extremely strong, masculine characters Sometimes when it comes to contemporary novels, it s hard to write a really strong character without him coming off too cocky But Ms Leigh nails this one in the head I LOVED Nick And I loved Adda Her sarcasm, habit of forgetting her purse, and love collection of nail polish were both things I can relate to And I loved Nick and Adda together Another thing I thought was really well done, was the storyline of Adda starting out as an unbeliever, but finding her way to Christ Flowed naturally, and while it was definitely a prevalent part of the story, it wasn t overdone in a preachy way I am so glad, and pleasantly surprised to find that I enjoyed this first contemporary I ve read of Ms Leigh s as much as her medieval books Here s hoping her other contemporaries will be re released soon If you re a fan of contemporary Inspy romances, do yourself a favor and read this one I could hardly put this one down Nick Chocolates Enough said

  4. Inspirationalfictionreader Inspirationalfictionreader says:

    Get ready for some major gushing Before I start my review, I just have to say that I haven t read a Tamara Leigh book that I have not loved Medieval is not my favorite time period, but every one of her medieval stories that I have read is amazing To me, that is a mark of a very talented author This book, which is contemporary, is absolutely one of my favorite books ever It just hit all the right spots for me First off, the humor perfection I laughed out loud so many times during this st Get ready for some major gushing Before I start my review, I just have to say that I haven t read a Tamara Leigh book that I have not loved Medieval is not my favorite time period, but every one of her medieval stories that I have read is amazing To me, that is a mark of a very talented author This book, which is contemporary, is absolutely one of my favorite books ever It just hit all the right spots for me First off, the humor perfection I laughed out loud so many times during this story In fact, there is an acronym that I will now always think about when I m reading books and that s all I can say spoilers Oh And I will always think about this story when I hear the word goo Adda is such a great character I loved loved loved how she found God and how she transformed and grew throughout this book Tamara does a great job with showing how even though we really want, and try, to do the right things, old habits can be hard to break I also like that Adda s changes were not super quick That made itbelievable to me Then there s Nick Wow Great male character Without going into spoiler territory, I ll just say this, I loved his honesty to Adda at the end of the story I thought I knew what was going to happen, and while the outcome was what I thought, the way it happened was not I really liked that it was not the normal cookie cutter way to end the story This is definitely going on my keeper shelf in fact, I might just have two paperbacks one old and one new , the kindle version, and the audio version And let me just say, this is one of the best narrated books I have listened to

  5. Lorie Lorie says:

    This was a definitely FUN romance Just a coincidence I got two romances in a row romance is not my preferred genre But this one stood apart because the heroine a best selling romance novelist herself is exceedingly witty, irreverent, sometimes snarky, and real life It was a delightful break to read this novel I identified with the heroine quite a lot.For those who wonder why I read so much Christian literature, it s because that s almost the only place one can find clean reads any This was a definitely FUN romance Just a coincidence I got two romances in a row romance is not my preferred genre But this one stood apart because the heroine a best selling romance novelist herself is exceedingly witty, irreverent, sometimes snarky, and real life It was a delightful break to read this novel I identified with the heroine quite a lot.For those who wonder why I read so much Christian literature, it s because that s almost the only place one can find clean reads any I do not feel improved or enlightened in any way to read profanity, obscenities, explicit sex or gratuitous blood and guts I wish there were a way to download an e book, and do a word search and replace turning all the swearing into less obnoxious expressions NO, all you realistic authors out there, not everybody has as vile a mind as your characters do That is not REAL LIFE as we know and live it As Orson Scott Card once told me You can leave out the swearing, and readers won t even notice it s gone TRUE

  6. Christy Christy says:

    Ok, it s time to officially add Tamara Leigh to my list of favorite authors I love her stories, her style, and her fabulous sense of humor Her books fall a little bit into the chick lit genre and a little bit into the romance genre, but by the time I finish one, I m a fan of the I don t care what you call it it s so good I wanna read it again genre Wow, what a mouthful I became a fan of Tamara s right after reading Splitting Harriet which was just as great of a read as this one But bef Ok, it s time to officially add Tamara Leigh to my list of favorite authors I love her stories, her style, and her fabulous sense of humor Her books fall a little bit into the chick lit genre and a little bit into the romance genre, but by the time I finish one, I m a fan of the I don t care what you call it it s so good I wanna read it again genre Wow, what a mouthful I became a fan of Tamara s right after reading Splitting Harriet which was just as great of a read as this one But before reading this book, I honestly had no clue that Tamara Leigh had once been a successful, mainstream romance author After I read Stealing Adda along with a few book reviews of it, too , the light bulb went off in my head that this book very easily could ve been her journey through the world of writing Everything was so spot on the deadlines, the writing conferences, the agent phone calls, the best seller lists, the red pen of death from the editor that I felt like I was in the midst of all that drama right beside Adda.But let me tell yathat just barely scratches the surface about how great this book was I cannot believe how many times I could not stop laughing And I m not talking about a little chuckle, either I m talking about LOL funny Adda had these very unique names for people mostly for people she didn t like that summed them up to a T Stick Woman was a personal favorite of mine, as well as Adda s friend, Puffer better known as Joyce Prim and Improper stole the show a few times, too o As great as the humor was, the romance was enough to make me weak in the knees Goo you ll know what I mean after you read it for yourself o Chocolates was every girl s dream guy, even if he had a tendency to be non committal a good portion of the time The chemistry between him and Adda was the kind that would have you imagining fireworks in the backgroundit was that good But seriously.this book is the kind of book I would give to someone that wants a great story, but maybe they re not a Christian It showed the journey from non believer to believer in a very real way that wasn t preachy or church ey Instead, the Christian characters that were featured had a genuine faith that was just part of their personality They weren t trying to witness every 5 minutes, or saying I ll pray for you all the time They lived their faith by example instead of trying to cram it down your throat What a refreshing change o So, with all that said, I think there should be a Tamara Leigh Fan Club, and I very seriously doubt that I would be the only member Anyone else wanna join Er.maybe we should ask Tamara what she thinks first. 5 Stars as if you had to ask o

  7. Stephany Stephany says:

    This book was simply amazing Sometimes, it takes me a while to get into chick lit books, because of all the background the authors build, but not so with this story I was hooked by the first chapter and it just got better and better.The story revolved around New York Times best selling author Adda Sinclaire as she struggles with a journey of faith moving over to a new publishing house with a very handsome publisher Throughout the story, you learnabout Adda s past, which includes a che This book was simply amazing Sometimes, it takes me a while to get into chick lit books, because of all the background the authors build, but not so with this story I was hooked by the first chapter and it just got better and better.The story revolved around New York Times best selling author Adda Sinclaire as she struggles with a journey of faith moving over to a new publishing house with a very handsome publisher Throughout the story, you learnabout Adda s past, which includes a cheating ex husband the woman he cheated on with was her biggest rival Nick, her love interest, also has his own demons he still struggles with as they learn how to love each other in spite of their baggage.What I liked most about this story was how the author didn t sugarcoat non Christian behaviors, even including curse words which she used the word BLEEP for She really talked about the raw side of faith and the journey everyone goes on to find God

  8. Nicole Nicole says:

    An absolute delight to read I laughed out loud and thoroughly enjoyed this read Adda is just a character that you can relate with and root for I loved the glimpses into the world or writing and publishing and it gives me a new appreciation for the work that authors put in to bringing us books I loved the scenes with Adda and Nick, just so good I do wish we got to see a bitof her spiritual journey, but it developed gradually and that was a unique way to portray how some people come to faith An absolute delight to read I laughed out loud and thoroughly enjoyed this read Adda is just a character that you can relate with and root for I loved the glimpses into the world or writing and publishing and it gives me a new appreciation for the work that authors put in to bringing us books I loved the scenes with Adda and Nick, just so good I do wish we got to see a bitof her spiritual journey, but it developed gradually and that was a unique way to portray how some people come to faith So much fun So very good

  9. Toni Shiloh Toni Shiloh says:

    Adored this and devoured this in one sitting Now I want to read the rest of the series.

  10. Cathleen Cathleen says:

    This is what the genre should be.

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