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review 2018-02-10 17:03
The Whispering Room - Dean Koontz,Elisabeth Rodgers,Recorded Books

Jane Hawk is one major bad a$$ woman! We need more women like her in the books we read. Not only is she super smart and an expert at so many things, she is like an UFC cage fighter. I definitely would not want to be caught in a dark alley with her.

On the run, with her picture in every post office in America, Jane is trying to get to the bottom of her husband's death. The charge she is running from.

What Jane uncovers is crazy out there, but made believable. I fell for it, hard. Full of action, plot twists you will NEVER see coming and an ape sh$t crazy way to take over the world through control.

A read that I thoroughly enjoyed, sped right through and could not put down. I am definitely loving this new series by the author.

Thanks to Random House Ballantine and Net Galley for providing me with a free e-galley in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.

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review 2018-01-26 14:25
A true mix of passion and white knuckled suspense.
Protected (Deadly Secrets) - Elisabeth Naughton

Protected is a true mix of romance and white knuckled suspense. Not only does it grab you emotionally from the start while you connect to both Kelsey and hunters fiery passion, it keeps you on the edge of your seat with all of the suspenseful twists and turns. 


 I loved these two characters together. Kelsey fights to overcome obstacles from childhood, a bad marriage and her life on the line. Hunter, who is not only a family friend but a security expert, has been hired to protect her  and not only steps up to battle the bad guys but also battles her insecurities to win her heart. 


 Protected is part of the series even though it can be read as a standalone or I would have liked to have read the other books in the series 1st do you have a better connection with some of the underlying characters. 


ARC Review 

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review 2018-01-25 00:00
Come Sundown
Come Sundown - Nora Roberts,Elisabeth Ro... Come Sundown - Nora Roberts,Elisabeth Rodgers Another outstanding book by Roberts! It takes a lot to make me cry but this book did it especially with the audio performance added to it. Elisabeth Rodgers did a wonderful job playing Alice's character. She really nailed it! This is one book that you definitely need to listen to the audio so you can get the full effect.
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text 2018-01-22 15:48
My Newest Book Is On Sale
IN THE WOODS: Murder In The North East Kingdom - Elisabeth Zguta

Hello Friends,

I wanted you to know that my newest book



IN THE WOODS Murder In The North East Kingdom


It's now available in paperback!


Better News - the eBook is still on sale this week for only .99

So grab a copy now before it goes back to 3.99




Reviewer's comments:


"It is easy to feel drawn to each character in the book and you begin to want to follow along with Sam and her self discovery. . . "


"This was a fun and suspenseful read! Being familiar with the northeast, I found the descriptions of the woodlands and environment spot on, in fact, it made me want to go for a hike in mid read; too bad it was -10 degrees. This is the 3rd book from this skilled writer that I have read, I definitely recommend it, be prepared to hear the calling loons. Looking forward to Elisabeth Zguta's next book!"


I hope you take advantage of the lower price and enjoy reading the story.


Book description:

A role-playing game staged in the remote woods of the North East Kingdom, turns into a deadly pastime when a killer uses the game as a means to seize his victims.


A dead body is discovered in the woods by Samantha Tremblay, a Forest Ranger who works at Maidstone Lake. The locals call her Sam. She swears to bring the killer to justice for the victim but soon finds herself in over her head, as she works alongside New Hampshire Trooper Zachary Gerard assigned to the case. More bodies turn up and motivation to solve the crimes mount.


Old secrets get in Sam’s way, and she isolates herself from others. Haunted by unanswered questions about the past, she lives with cracked relationships—between herself and her father—her friends. Mourning her mother, Samantha feels a pull toward her heritage, the Abenaki tribe, but is afraid to open that doorway. Could the tribe help discover the answers to her quest for the truth?


Pulled emotionally from all directions, Samantha Tremblay searches for answers to find a killer, and to discover herself.


Find it here: https://www.amazon.com/WOODS-Murder-North-East-Kingdom-ebook/dp/B076Z2QZ8X/




Source: www.amazon.com/WOODS-Murder-North-East-Kingdom-ebook/dp/B076Z2QZ8X
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review 2017-10-08 14:45
Hunted: An Eternal Guardians Novella - Elisabeth Naughton

If I ever doubted that I need to read this series, now I don't.

I loved that this book explores the ruthless side of the ancient gods, something that I've missed reading about, to be honest. I liked the fact that Zeus is portrayed as a bad guy, and I'm super excited to see how that will play out in future stories.

Erebus is pretty much a mystery for the entire story. I didn't feel like we get to know him well enough, but that is appropriate, since he doesn't know himself all that much. He doesn't remember his past, he doesn't know much beyond being a slave to the gods, and that makes him hard to understand to be honest. I would have wanted to see that side explored a bit more, but since this is a novella I kind of get why his story remains a mystery. All I know is that he is pretty sexy.

Sera is a good heroine. I spent a lot of time wondering about her, but once the full story was revealed, I understood why she ran away, why she stole something precious to Zeus, and why she tried everything in her power to keep the god from getting the object back. I truly felt sorry for her, especially once her past was revealed. I also couldn't help but admire how stubborn she was, even though it made no sense at the time.

I got to the end of this book and, I'll be honest, I was a bit miffed that it ended as fast as it did. I wanted to read more, which I'll definitely do, because all this mystery surrounding the war between Zeus and everybody else is making me curious. Also, I love how Sirens are portrayed in these books, like they're the ultimate army that Zeus has. Or does he?

The book is pretty sexy, and Erebus and Sera have a ton of chemistry *fans self*. I also like how they eventually allow themselves to be vulnerable around each other. I'm only sorry we didn't get to see more than a glimpse into their past as trainer and trainee. I bet that was fun. The book is really fast paced and I finished it pretty quickly. The ending was surprising, especially by how simple it all turned out to be, which I loved.

As I said before, I'll definitely be reading the entire series in the future, because I'm truly curious to see how it all started and also what it all means.

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