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Melanie Bennett

Melanie Bennett

7 May at 22:53

Just For Megan has many 5Star reviews. Romance Novel.
Love so powerful, it crossed thresholds from the "other side". A passionate story of personal struggle, tragedy, and triumph. A touching, Romantic tale of family, Faith, and forgiveness.

Check them out here!
http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/35218656-just-for-megan

Patrick Parker

Patrick Parker

6 April at 18:22

See my new 5 Star Review of War Merchant: http://bit.ly/1Sy5cDi

Reviewed by Ica Iova for Readers' Favorite

"From the first page to the last, ‭‬War Merchant is a continuous ‬suspenseful thriller.‭ ‬It kept me‭ ‬on the edge of my seat and biting my nails because I just had to know what happens next.‭ ‬This ‬intriguing ‬story ‬is set in the‭ '90s.‭ ‬With interesting, ‭‬believable ‬characters, ‭‬the story ‬flows well, ‭taking ‬you on ‬a roller-coaster ride.‭ ‬Greed, ‬corrupt ‬politics, ‬and terrorism ‬resonate very well with what goes on around the globe."

Carmel Audsley

Carmel Audsley

29 October at 04:31

When 23-year-old Kate Grainger inherits her father's undertaking business in Edinburgh in 1858 she sets out on a journey to catch a serial killer. She wants to become a doctor but women are not permitted to study at the Edinburgh School of Medicine so she pores over text books belonging to her male friend who is a doctor. He is smitten with her but Kate has no intention of getting married or having children. Her adventure takes her deep under the streets of Edinburgh, to a world of brothels and opium dens. Kate also has a special gift - she can talk to people who have passed over. For more information visit http://www.scottishbooks.webs.com.

E.J. Nottingwood

E.J. Nottingwood

11 July at 02:35

"Zenith" by E.J. Nottingwood takes you to your average high school with your average female protagonist. Only, this female protagonist is in love with an abusive bully, who just so happens to be a female as well. http://www.amazon.com/Zenith-E-J-Nottingwood-ebook/dp/B00LKV83ES/ref=sr_1_6?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1405043249&sr=1-6&keywords=zenith

Marc Secchia

Marc Secchia

3 July at 10:12

Chained to a rock and tossed off a cliff; what if she did not die? What if she could spread her wings, and fly? Two extraordinary young women take on an evil empire in an island-world above the clouds. Aranya. Shapeshifter Dragon. Never, ever scorn a dragon. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KYQR4NG/

James L Hill

James L Hill

30 May at 03:31

I believe most women would like to read as the female character, Zuri is a strong woman with a sense of direction and independence. Pegasus, the first starship, will take the best that the world has to offer and transplant it on another world. Readers are taken on an emotional roller coaster as the only two people to escape the escalating madness must wrestle control of the ship from its Artificial Intelligence and restore faith in human dignity. In this work, readers see a future that is just around the corner. Beware, technology advances faster than our knowledge of what to do with it.

R.A. McCandless

R.A. McCandless

29 May at 20:32

People think they want to meet an angel, but they really don’t. The awful truth is that meeting an angel is the scariest, most life-altering moment of any mortal’s short existence. Angels have always had their voices raised in songs of praise and their wings dipped in rivers of blood. When the Throne needs a mortal slain, or an army felled, an angel is sent. When a city or nation needs to be leveled, and the ground sown with salt for a thousand years, an angel is the destroyer.

http://www.amazon.com/Tears-Heaven-RA-McCandless-ebook/dp/B00H4IBDSE/

LM Foster

LM Foster

24 February at 00:24

In my novel, Two Green Keys, two young fans discover entirely more than they expected when they start poking around in the life story of dead 1960’s matinee idol Franck O’Day.

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