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review 2017-09-18 17:01
My Review of A Keeper's Tale: The Story of Tomkin and the Dragon
A Keeper's Tale: The Story of Tomkin and the Dragon - T.J. Andrews

A Keeper's Tale: The Story of Tomkin and the Dragon by J.A. Andrews is a story about Tomkin Thornhewn, and his boredom with his role in life. He decides to seek out a dragon he heard tale of.

 

This is a wonderful story of courage and romance. I loved the way Andrews told this story. I was sucked in from the start. I'll definitely be reading more of her work.

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text 2017-08-30 19:06
Coming Soon?
The Big Sleep - Raymond Chandler
Glass Houses - Louise Penny
The Snake, the Crocodile & the Dog - Elizabeth Peters
Heartless - Gail Carriger
The Peach Keeper - Sarah Addison Allen
Darkly Dreaming Dexter - Jeff Lindsay
A Study In Scarlet Women: The Lady Sherlock Series - Sherry Thomas
The Murder of Roger Ackroyd - Agatha Christie
Copper Beach - Jayne Ann Krentz
The Ghost and the Graveyard - Genevieve Jack

Just some possibilities I have in mind.

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review 2017-08-30 15:11
Keeper (Harris Brothers) by Amy Daws
Keeper - Amy Daws

 

I'm new to Ms. Daws' work, but have already fallen hard.  Poppy and Booker are a reminder that the people we need and love are the one's we take for granted the most. There was always that hint of something more hovering in the background, but life got in the way and feelings were a casualty of that.  Against the backdrop of sports and the nostalgia of old friendships, two people set about rebuilding a bond never meant to be broken and find love along the way.  Keeper proves that the best love stories are the one's that take their time to develop into something more.

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review 2017-08-15 07:23
Book Review For: 'Keeper' by Robin Lovett
Keeper: A Dark Captive Romance (Dark Romance Trilogy) - Robin Lovett

'Keeper' by Robin Lovett is book Three in The "Dark" series. This is the story of Chase and Layla. I have read the other books and I do think you can make this a standalone book if you choose to do so. But with that said I really think you would enjoy the book more if you do read all the books. It's been a great Dark Romance Series from the start.
Layla is looking to get Chase's story on what happened a few years back..to get the answers that they need. Layla is also a friend of Chase's half-sister. To get to Chase she had to go into the mountains where few go.
Chase has isolated himself into the mountains and likes it that way. Him and a neighbor make sure to scare off any people or tourist who try to come up their mountain. When he see Layla trying to make it up he first feels a protective desire for her but knows he needs to scare her off. But she isn't going anywhere she tells him.
It was fun watching these to come together and the story-line drama was good too.
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review 2017-06-29 02:27
Silence the Bird, Silence the Keeper
Silence the Bird, Silence the Keeper - Christopher David Rosales
In a future, dystopian world, the city of Los Angeles is a dangerous place where the authoritarian  military and the guerrillas are in constant battle.  In this Los Angeles, a young man, Rudy the Third, also known as Tre, finds quick and easy money working for the guerrillas as an assassin.  Tre is the son to a professor who may sometimes teach things that the military would rather he not teach and the brother to an extraordinarily smart sister who finds herself in love with a military Captain.  When Tre receives a hit on his father, things begin to get confusing and Tre begins to question his place in life.
 
We are immediately thrown into a scary world that draws many parallels to today's world and issues.  This book took me a little while to get into, the narrative is a story being told from mother to son, who is not concerned about why the world is the way it is or how it got that way.  Therefore, I didn't know where exactly we were in time or why Los Angeles is the way it is.  The aspects that did absorb me into the book were the dramatic and graphic assaults as well as the emotions of the characters.  Each character goes on an emotional rollercoaster and the journey is in their experiences.  I did find myself gravitating to Tre's sister, Nora throughout the book and was very interested in the decisions that she would make.  Overall, a raw and passionate story of revolution. 
 
This book was received for free in return for an honest review. 
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