Infatuation Book Review from @kleffnotes

Infatuation: A Novel of Questionable Taste is a mature read that blends together danger with some exceptionally campy comedy. The story begins with two old friends meeting after 20 years for a drink and one of the men shares a story of some events that led him to find the love of his life. Jonathan Harries moves between two different groups of people who find themselves racing across the United States in order to find safety in a remarkably unlikely location. Continue reading “Infatuation Book Review from @kleffnotes”


Exit Strategy Book Review from @kleffnotes

Joseph H. Baskin creates a surprisingly thrilling story set in small town Ohio in his book, Exit Strategy. This story focuses on a recently disgraced Boston psychiatrist, Archibald Wendt, who chooses to move to Harding, Ohio for a new start. While there he is coping with the past that forced him to leave his practice by indulging in alcohol on an almost nightly basis, but when the very rich Virgil Morgenstern spots him out and about Archibald finds himself pulled into a series of events that he never anticipated happening. Continue reading “Exit Strategy Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Techromancy Scrolls: Adept Book Review ( @erikschubach ) from @kleffnotes

Techromancy Scrolls: Adept is the first in a series from Erik Schubach that is set in a futuristic world that has a medieval touch. Laney Herder is a young woman who lives in a small serf town and helps to run the family chicken farm. When she isn’t working on the farm she also scavenges for metals that can be sold for additional money. What makes Laney special though is that she has a skill for finding metals because of her own magical connection to these elements. In this retro futuristic world this sort of skill will lead to a new journey and new connections for the young lead. Continue reading “Techromancy Scrolls: Adept Book Review ( @erikschubach ) from @kleffnotes”

The Bridge: Trolls Book Review ( @erikschubach ) from @kleffnotes

Evangeline Kane has seen strange things ever since she was a child, but the morning after Halloween she sees something that reveals her hallucinations are something far different than she expected. In The Bridge: Trolls Evangeline, who more often goes by Kane, becomes tied to the fate of the fae world when she is bound to the bridge between Kentucky and Ohio. If you’ve enjoyed Erik Schubach’s Urban Fairytales series you will love this new series full of the supernatural. Continue reading “The Bridge: Trolls Book Review ( @erikschubach ) from @kleffnotes”

See You Soon, Afton Book Review ( @AuthorBrentJ )from @kleffnotes

See You Soon, Afton is the second book in the Afton Morrison Series by Brent Jones. Picking up right where the first book left of Afton finds herself trying to figure out who the mysterious man who seems to know everything about her is. Her hunt for answers leads her down a rabbit hole of unexpected reveals as she tries to solve not only this mystery, but the mystery of what has happened to someone she cares about. Continue reading “See You Soon, Afton Book Review ( @AuthorBrentJ )from @kleffnotes”

Nectar and Ambrosia Book Review from @kleffnotes

Callie has been running for such a long time and one day she sees a mysterious sign offering a job. When she stumbles inside the building she finds herself learning far more about the world and her own past than she ever could have expected. Inside the pages of Nectar and Ambrosia the world is full of magic and mystery and one bar has all of the answers. Continue reading “Nectar and Ambrosia Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Let Down Your Hair Book Review (@erikschubach )from @kleffnotes

Let Down Your HairĀ is both a prequel and a sequel in my mind to the Urban Fairytales series from Erik Schubach. As a way to relax the women of the series we have grown to love over the course of four previous books spend nights eating junk food and going through the journals of previous women with powers like their own. For their reading on this particular night Nicole, a character introduced in the previous book, insists they read the journal of Rapunzel. Continue reading “Let Down Your Hair Book Review (@erikschubach )from @kleffnotes”

Rose: Briar’s Thorn Book Review (@erikschubach )from @kleffnotes

Rose: Briar’s Thorn is the fourth Urban Fairytales book from Erik Schubach. Beginning roughly where the third book ended the previously introduced Rose is able to share her story as the primary narrator. After meeting the other Avatars, each of whom have their own book in the series, Rose is shocked to learn that her curse does not kill them. Of the series this story is the most emotional as Rose has been isolated for so long and in this book she is finally able to connect with humanity and even someone from her past. Continue reading “Rose: Briar’s Thorn Book Review (@erikschubach )from @kleffnotes”