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Really sweet, in a good way!
Review by jeepwonder Dec 13, 2017
I enjoyed reading this story. As with most romance stories certain aspects of the story are a bit predictable. The perfect woman meets the perfect man and they have a dance with life until they wind up happily ever after by the end. This author used her talents to make it entertaining and charming. The characters were likable, and developed with the plot as it unfolded. I would imagine it's difficult in the romance genre to keep a story fresh and original. The author followed enough of the … Read More
0 of 0 people found this review helpful
Lipstick on the Strawberry ... Margaret Ann Spence
Review by Barj Dec 15, 2017
What a story Camilla Fetherwell has a lot of things that she has to overcome. The characters in this book make you see that all families have some quirks that must be met with a lot of patience and understanding. This book makes you feel like you are right there watching it unfold. This is a new Author who I will be following to see what other books she does. I received a copy of this book and I am voluntarily reviewing it
0 of 0 people found this review helpful
Wow! What A Ride!
Review by jlslipak_bookreviewer Dec 12, 2017
Talk about a page turner! If you're looking for a read that will keep you on the edge of your seat, have well developed characters and a plot filled with twists and turns that keep you guessing... then this book is for you. A fast read and well worth the time. I spent an entire evening reading this book, the suspense and drama keep me turning pages. At first, I wasn't sure I'd like this book, but now I'm glad I read it. Good Job!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Main character: The Author
Review by lillysbookworld Dec 11, 2017
I couldn’t have read this book at a better time! Why? The action is settled close to Christmas and it’s a thriller with a dose of romance perfect for cold evenings when you’re not in the mood to go out. I am so sorry I could not give it more than 4.5 stars! I seriously wanted to, but I had two main reasons which compelled me not to do it (but I will cheat in the end!). First off, what I mostly enjoyed was having in the center of attention the writer. Yes, the main characters are working … Read More
0 of 0 people found this review helpful
Tom Davidson learns the hard way
Review by lacrimsonfemme Dec 3, 2017
Tom Davidson learns the hard way how being a big fish in a small pond does not translate to being a big fish in a large pond. Tom left podunk Waycroft Falls as quickly as he could so that he could make it big in New York. After a few years of not making it, even if his sister thought he did, he returns home at her request to help her out. Tail tucked between his legs, he keeps wanting to confess to his sister how much he failed. Lucky for Tom, the opportunity never comes. This story is unexpected … Read More
0 of 0 people found this review helpful
Unique modern werewolf tale
Review by n1ght0wl Nov 30, 2017
Tom Davidson is an aspiring actor who lived in New York. He returns home when his sister's livelihood is threatened to help her raise funds by putting on a play. Frank Braden is Tom's neighbor. He's been alienated and turnout by his family because he was unfortunate to inherit the family genetic werewolf curse, known as Galen syndrome. He works in the bookstore that Tom's sister, Annie owns. When the plan to put on a play is decided; Frank is roped into writing the script and taking the leading … Read More
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A complex world, an intense plot
Review by lillysbookworld Nov 27, 2017
Full disclosure: before writing my review, I had a look out there to see what others say about it and boy, there are so many mixed feelings. I stand my ground with my rating, as “Enchanters” is a complex novel, touching a lot of themes or aspects. We have a world who’s magic is dying and a main character who just wants it back. Andrea has taken upon herself to save Damea and on her trip, she find allies and even romance. The author has done a great job creating the world and as well introducing … Read More
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It blew my mind
Review by lillysbookworld Nov 27, 2017
This book was something else. Both characters still have a lot to learn about each other, or have to rediscover a lot about each other. It unnerved me at times, but it also helped me understand the actions or the decision they took. I really had no clue how it would end. So I went on with every page and kept on reading. And I liked what I read. Finally tired of being lied to, or finally tired of ignoring the ever present signs, Evie takes some time away from her marriage. Hoping to figure out … Read More
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They just get better and better
Review by lillysbookworld Nov 27, 2017
I have mentioned several times before, I am in love with vampire books. I like werewolves, I don’t like as much other type of shifters, but I love vampires. So you can imagine my excitement over this series, especially because it covers a community of extraordinary beings, each trying to put order in their lives. Since I have to review the first three books in the series, I will quickly go through the plot and dive directly into the likes and (minor) dislikes. Mastering Darkness The … Read More
Comment from the Author
I'm so glad you liked the series Lilly! Thank you for your in depth review of each book! Have a great day! :) Kate
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Complex character and complex plot
Review by lillysbookworld Nov 27, 2017
Yes! They just get better and better. “Shifting Darkness” is book 4 in “A Forest of Darkness” series and in my opinion this is the best out of all. It introduces a more complicated main character, dealing with too many issues and as well several other small plots. Even if this book can be easily read as a standalone, we have several items form the forts three books and it’s quite refreshing to meet them again. In this case, the author has complicated things and taken them even farther. … Read More
Comment from the Author
Thanks Lilly! This was a fun one to write. :) Kate