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Mechele Armstrong
Mechele started writing stories with the crayons in her Crayon box and hasn't stopped since. She played in several genres before coming back to her two first loves, things that go bump in the night and romance, having grown up on a steady diet of Stephen King and Kathleen Woodiwiss.Her first... show more

Mechele started writing stories with the crayons in her Crayon box and hasn't stopped since. She played in several genres before coming back to her two first loves, things that go bump in the night and romance, having grown up on a steady diet of Stephen King and Kathleen Woodiwiss.Her first novel was born in a trial by fire while she learned the writing craft. Currently living in Virginia, she writes while playing Mom to two girls and a bunch of naked Barbies.
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Lyndi
Lyndi rated it 3 years ago
A couple laugh out loud moments, but fairly mediocre. If I had read this as Twilight fanfic, though, I would have been majorly impressed.
BUGGY
BUGGY rated it 4 years ago
Opening Line: "Taylor Graham hesitated outside the door." Originally published as an eBook, DINAH'S DARK DESIRE is only 131 pages long which you should bare in mind (unlike me) when purchasing the costly PB. A bonus short story (very short) has also been included. I read this book in a couple of hou...
jules0623
jules0623 rated it 5 years ago
Not sure why Phil would want Neo, tbh. He's a prick.
Tackling Mt. TBR
Tackling Mt. TBR rated it 5 years ago
This was a pretty good little novella. I liked all three of the main characters well enough and the truth or dare game was fun. The build up to the menage was great, but then once they got down to it, it was kind of underwhelming. So 3 stars, good for a one-time read.
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it 5 years ago
Short story. 64 pages.This book could easily have been stretched out to bring out more of the conflict and made the characters more sympathetic. If this would have been done I would have given the book a higher rating.
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