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review 2017-10-28 15:32
A Stockingful of Joy by Hannah Howell
A Stockingful Of Joy - Hannah Howell


A Hannah Howell novel is a quest into the unknown.  It took me a little while, but I finally understand the magic that resides within her tales.  Ms. Howell gives the fantasy long forgotten and the fairy tale not easily found. Like a fine wine or a flavorful food, her stories are meant to be savored.  That is the only way to feel the full impact of her talent.

Imagination and heart are her most powerful weapons as she sets out to stake a lasting claim on the romantic at heart.  A Stockingful of Joy is a different kind of holiday read. Two strong women set about keeping a promise, as they risk their lives and hearts along the way.  Get ready for an adventure of breathless proportions.

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review 2017-10-04 00:53
Good Story and Characters
Highland Sinner (The Murrays) - Hannah H... Highland Sinner (The Murrays) - Hannah Howell

Sir Tormand Murray has been set up to be branded a murderer. To stop the murderers and clear himself, he’s sought the help of Morainn Ross, a reclusive woman with the gift of second sight. Tormand is the first man that Morainn has met that has accepted her strange gift.

This was a good story. This author does a great job of weaving a tale, usually between two specific families, and also including a bit of mysticism in it to give it that extra twist. I recommend.

**I voluntarily read and reviewed this book

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review 2017-09-26 00:33
Highland vampires
My Immortal Highlander - Hannah Howell,Lynsay Sands


She had the oddest, most chilling feeling that it was not the knife that was the true threat to her wellbeing, but those sharp white teeth now clenched in a snarl. 


I didn't pick this one out specifically for Halloween Bingo but vampires showed up in it, I have to use it for Bingo. The vampire's square hasn't been called yet so I'm going to use it for the freebie middle square. 


This was two stories written by two different authors about twin brothers who are vampires and have to marry "Outsiders" to strengthen their clan. 

I felt a little bit lost as I didn't know they were part of a series. I don't know if this is why the world building didn't feel exactly feel fleshed out. The romance was simplified with quick meet, dislike, and suddenly in love relationships. The mystery and mystique of the twin brothers was interesting with little hints doled out here and there leading the reader to the clue that they belong in the vampire lore family. 

All in all, simplified in both the paranormal and romance. 

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review 2017-08-07 01:08
Great Story and Characters
Highland Chieftain (The Murrays) - Hannah Howell

Bethoc Matheson lives in an abusive home, raising her siblings. On her mother’s deathbed, she swore she would take care of her little sister, forcing her to stay with her father. Walking to the cave she hides in, she comes across a severely wounded man. She’s able to help him get to her cave, where she slowly nurses him back to health.

This was a decent book. I felt bad for Bethoc as more and of her father’s deeds become unraveled. I loved how, almost right from the beginning, Callum could sense the abuse and wanted to protect her. Good story. I recommend.

**I voluntarily read and reviewed this book

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review 2017-07-08 23:44
Should have started at beginning
If He's Noble (Wherlockes) - Hannah Howell

2.3 stars


Thank you to Shannon Burke for recommending this to me :)


Coming in at book #7 really hurt me here, I felt lost with all the Wherlocke family talk and their abilities. 

It's a road romance where I thought the main couple fell in love a bit quickly while trying to find the heroine's brother and warn him about their evil aunt. 


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