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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 2018-01-16 09:08
great book and great characters
The Sheikh’s Pretend Fiancée (The Sharif Sheikhs Series Book 1) - Leslie North

Liyah had been a foreign exchange student five years ago for three months.  in Dubai. Sahaar had been her exchange mother of the exchange family. Liyah decided to return to the place she had loved and try to decide what to do  with the rest of her life. Liyah knew she had to return if for no other reason than to step out of her comfort zone again.  Sahaar  was a shadow of her former self before she had always been bubbly and laughing and there had always been something happening in the small  household. But Sahaar’s husband was dead and she was worried about paying all the medical bills and not losing her home.  Now the house was quiet and there was sadness in Sahaar’s eyes. Lilah wanted to help her exchange mother as much as she had helped her years ago. Mila had returned from work and was glad to see her old friend.They had kept in touch and were happy to see each other again after so long. She was also staying with Sahaar.  Mila worked at a lounge and wanted Liyah to come there to relax and let loose a little. Finally Liyah did but the greeter had to go to the bathroom so Liyah had sat three gentlemen and a woman who all looked to be family. She also got the drink specials at the woman’s request. Liyah had got her teaching degree and a job since she had been in Dubai before but she hadn’t connected with anyone. She had not went out on a date in over a year. There were weeks when she seemed to only leave her apartment for work and errands. Liyah had made any new friends since college. Liyah  was just existing rather than living. Casual hookups had never been her thing. When the waitress finally came in to work after a delay Liyah introduced fatima to her table but but they still wanted Liyah but then instead one of the men -Asad- said since Liyah was not working there she could go out on the patio and have a hookah with him. Liyah did then Asad got a call about work and had to leave. Asad’s sister Amira suggested he he show he had grown up and present his fake fiance at Rashad’s - Asad’s brother- birthday party. Asad had no fiance at the time fake or otherwise. That way the prospective investors might commit to the condos Asad wanted to build. Then a car came to Sahaar’s for Liyah and she was to meet with Sheikh Asad and his sister Amira for lunch. Mila pushed Liyah to get ready and she did and left in the car. Asad then told Liyah he had a business proposition and she was to play his fake fiance and he would pay her well. Liyah agreed so she could help Sahaar pay off her debt.

I loved this book, it was a little predictable but romances tend to be most of the time. I loved Liyah and Asad together and they had burning hot chemistry together. I also loved how Amira became Liyah good  friend and even got  truly mad at her brother in Liyah’s defense.  I also loved how Liyah worried about her exchange mother and wanted to fix things for Sahaar. I loved Mila’s and Lilahs relationship. I couldn’t find anything to complain about and that was great. I loved the characters and the ins and outs of this book and I highly recommend.

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review 2018-01-16 00:00
The Sheikh’s Stubborn Assistant (The Sharif Sheikhs Series Book 3)
The Sheikh’s Stubborn Assistant (The Sharif Sheikhs Series Book 3) - Leslie North A beautiful stranger looking to make her way in a foreign land. An aloof Sheikh that is as alluring as he is demanding. Two dominating personalities are headed for a fiery showdown in The Sheikh's Stubborn Assistant. Kadija is a beauty with exotic looks and a boatload of ambition. She carries a chip on her shoulder and confidence that will put any man on blast. Where as Kadija puts her emotions on full display, Khalid keeps his buried deep. Control is a trait he prides himself on. Until a firecracker with a smart mouth and a sexy body starts chiseling at his inner peace and leaving her mark on his heart. Strength is their greatest asset, but pride their biggest weakness. From heated battles and sensual entanglements to complicated people and saucy dialogue, Ms. North has created a romance as wild as the arid landscape that encompasses her characters .
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review 2018-01-11 00:00
The Sheikh’s Tamed Bride (The Sharif Sheikhs Series Book 2)
The Sheikh’s Tamed Bride (The Sharif Sheikhs Series Book 2) - Leslie North When fighting for something important, rules don't apply. Mila and Rashid are in for the fight of their lives. After a lifetime of struggle Mila needs a chance to get ahead. Rashid wants a chance at earning his family's respect. Born to be wild, it's that rebellious spirit that can make or break any chance they have to be happy. From fighters to lovers and survivors, the battle is on for an exotic and intoxicating showdown. The Sheikh's Tamed Bride is a powder keg of grit, lust and heart.
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review 2018-01-03 00:37
Well this is a first for me...
The Three Miracles of Santos Socorro - Sarah Black,Jennifer North

I've been revisiting some stories that I read quite a while ago only this time around I'm having the audio experience and it's been about six and a half years since I first read 'The Three Miracles of Santos Sorocco' and while I still really, really love this story it's a cute, sweet, sexy love story between two men who live in a small town and it's laced with some adorably funny moments and while I found myself appreciating the story just as much now as I did six and a half years ago.


If you look at my original rating from back then and my rating from now...well you might find it a little confusing because originally this story easily got 4 stars from me and this time it's only getting 3 stars...and here's why...


This is a story about Abraham and his lover Santos...two men. This book is narrated by Jennifer North and yes, if you're guessing that Jennifer is female I'm pretty sure you've guessed right but what is most pertinent to my review here is Jennifer has a decidedly feminine voice and before I go any further I would just like to say that if this was a story with two women as the MCs and a man was the narrator and I know those books are out there I'd be having the same problem and that problem was simply a matter of the voices in my head and the voices coming from my speakers were very decidedly not in agreement. 


Please don't misunderstand here I'm not saying that a woman can't or shouldn't narrate audio books not even close I can think of a lot of books that would be so much better narrated with a female voice and in particular by this female, objectively Ms North has a nice voice for narrating but in the case of this story her voice didn't enhance the voices  or give depth to the story...the long and the short of it is that it just didn't work for me but ironically given another story one more conducive to being narrated by a female voice and this narrator in particular and I'm on board for the adventure because Ms North's voice nice and give the right story I think she would provided a wonderful audio experience to listeners, but for me this wasn't the right story for her voice...so still a 4 star story but for me just 3 stars for the audio book because the story and the voice just weren't a good mix.

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