Book, Kindle Unlimited, Novella, Romance, Young Adult/Teen

My Review of The Highland Dancer

Karen’s Review Having done a feature on this book, I was intrigued enough to read it. I’d always like highland dancing, but didn’t know much about how you learn. Chantal Bellehumeur’s book was delight. Not only did it tell me about what it takes to become a dancer, we also went on a tour with… Continue reading My Review of The Highland Dancer

Book, Novella, Paranormal, Thriller

My Review of Stowe Away by Mark Leslie

Karen’s Review This is the second in the series, although it felt more like a prequel. It is billed as book 2, an explanation at the back describes it as book 1.5. The next book is Fear and Longing in Los Angeles, which I will be reading next. Stowe Away is a small novella, and… Continue reading My Review of Stowe Away by Mark Leslie

Book, Inspirational, Kindle Unlimited, Romance

My Review of Rambling Rose

Karen’s Review This is the third book in a trilogy. The first Becoming Lili, the second is Chasing Daisy. The books are about a group of friends and this one tells the story of Rose. Because it was a while since I read the previous ones, I struggled with remembering who everybody is because there… Continue reading My Review of Rambling Rose

Book, Romance

….. Speaking of doo doos, we have cows…..

This is the authors’s second book and I read the first, If Only You Knew, which I loved. This one is on my reading pile, but in the meantime, I thought I’d share this review with you. I might have to move it up my list! Is it Jack or is it Josh? Or is… Continue reading ….. Speaking of doo doos, we have cows…..

Book, Kindle Unlimited, Post Apocolyptic, Romance, series

Books Read in September

It looks like a bumper month, but the End of Days series were novellas, therefore quicker to read. Both the other books are from series. Rambling Rose completes The Perennial Trilogy and A Canadian Werewolf in New York is the first of a series. Best book? The End of Days series and I still have… Continue reading Books Read in September

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My Review of Grip of Evil by Sam J Fires

Karen’s Review Wow, so much happened in this story, and the penultimate one before the series ends. There is a siege at the hospital, which started in the previous book. That comes to a conclusion, there is a madman on the loose, who thinks he’s the Enlightened one. Nathan shows up again, and Issac finds… Continue reading My Review of Grip of Evil by Sam J Fires

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My Review of Grip of Madness by Sam J Fires

Karen’s Review Life in Medowview is almost becoming intolerable in this book five of the End of Days series. It lived up to its title of gripping. Marshal law in the shape Militia have taken now over the town. I mentioned that the two main characters Charlie and Harper hadn’t met in the previous book,… Continue reading My Review of Grip of Madness by Sam J Fires

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My Review of Grip of Death by Sam J Fires

Karen’s Review The snow and the cold plays a big part in adding to the atmosphere of this tense story. Charlie and Harper are the main characters living in the same town going through the same hardships, but don't yet know each other. Charlie lives with her grandmother Ruby, and uses her bicycle to travel… Continue reading My Review of Grip of Death by Sam J Fires

Book, Fantasy, series

My Review of A Canadian Werewolf in New York by Mark Leslie

Karen’s Review What I liked about this book is that Michael, who is also a werewolf, has heightened senses in his human form. This really added something extra to the story and gave him the edge over other people. It came in useful and was amusing when he attempted to rescue his ex-girlfriend’s fiancé. A… Continue reading My Review of A Canadian Werewolf in New York by Mark Leslie

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My Review of a Grip of Terror

Karen’s Review We are now back on the road with Cassie and Issac, with Nathan, her ex following them. Cassie is sick and they have to take shelter in an abandoned house where Issac takes care of her the he can best. Then, the homeowners return. It was everything I expected to read, and more,… Continue reading My Review of a Grip of Terror