Nice Try, Afton Book Review ( @AuthorBrentJ )from @kleffnotes

Nice Try, Afton is the third book in the Afton Morrison series and picks up right after Afton has been released on bail. She has been charged with a murder she didn’t commit, though she does have one unplanned murder under her belt at this point. While she needs to prove Clara is the person behind many of these crimes, as well as Ray, Afton has other plans for the dangerous duo. Continue reading “Nice Try, Afton Book Review ( @AuthorBrentJ )from @kleffnotes”

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Tongue Tied Book Review ( @cleispress )from @kleffnotes

Stella Harris, a certified intimacy educator and sex coach, works to ensure that people have strong and communicative relationships with their partners. She has presented on a variety of topics pertaining to sex and relationships internationally and she has been widely quoted in the media on a variety of platforms.In Tongue Tied: Untangling Communication in Sex, Kink, and Relationships¬†Harris uses her knowledge to provide readers with a variety of suggestions for how to build a better relationship that will be fulfilling for all those involved. Continue reading “Tongue Tied Book Review ( @cleispress )from @kleffnotes”

Emily Monroe Is Not The Chosen One: Night Shift Book Review ( @erikschubach ) from @kleffnotes

Emily Monroe is your mostly average twenty-six year old, well except for her slightly powered ability to change her eye color and the color of her nails. Now this sort of power should keep her relatively safe from an onslaught of super villains, but the problem is Emily happens to look just like a mega super powered hero named The Chosen One. This means that even when she is just trying to flip burgers at her crappy night shift job she can’t seem to get away from annoying villains trying to ruin her day. Continue reading “Emily Monroe Is Not The Chosen One: Night Shift Book Review ( @erikschubach ) from @kleffnotes”

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

The world of the Techromancy Scrolls series blends magic, technology, and a medieval world of old. The second book in this series, Soras, brings us the return of Laney and Celeste in a whole different way. While training Laney has a vision of Alexandru of the Lupei being chased. She knows he is nearby and mounts a rapid rescue plan. When the knights arrive they learn that Mother Udele has been captured, which means Celeste and Laney must return to the Lupei immediately. Continue reading “Techromancy Scrolls: Soras Book Review ( @erikschubach ) from @kleffnotes”

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

Eve Kane has been the troll of the Roebling Bridge for roughly two years now, but she is unlike any troll that has ever guarded. As the years have passed her skills have continued to grow and she can imbue herself with tremendous power from her bridge, even when she is not close to it. While her powers are growing attacks on all of the bridges and nexus points of the city have continued to be attacked and in The Bridge: Traitor there is a new and dangerous enemy working to distract and destroy the life of the merciful troll. Continue reading “The Bridge: Traitor Book Review ( @erikschubach ) from @kleffnotes”

The Hood of Locksley Book Review ( @erikschubach ) from @kleffnotes

The Avatars and their mates are all in the woods on a mission to take down the infamous Styche, The Trickster demon who is behind the terrible lupine curse. While they are trailing him and his half demon minions, arrows begin to fly and Amanda, the beta of Rachel and Snow’s pack, finds herself caught off guard by an ever intensifying desire to chase after this woman. In The Hood of Locksley there is a balance between present fighting and flashback to explain just who the arrow shooting being is and why she happens to be in these particular woods. Continue reading “The Hood of Locksley Book Review ( @erikschubach ) from @kleffnotes”

Excerpts from an Unknown Guidebook: Phases of the Moon Book Review from @kleffnotes

Aaron and his grandfather, whom he calls Pap, have a special bond that allows the teenager to shake off some of his feelings of inadequacy every day after school through storytelling. Each day Aaron rushes to Pap’s house and he listens to him tell tales of all different types, but one day when his grandfather isn’t home he suddenly worries that something could be very wrong. Excerpts from an Unknown Guidebook: Book 1: Phases of the Moon establishes a world where stories have power and they can completely change your life. Continue reading “Excerpts from an Unknown Guidebook: Phases of the Moon Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Every Wicked Man Book Review from @kleffnotes

Steven James adds a new addition to his The Bowers Files series with Every Wicked Man. This thrilling read combines murder, drug dealing, deadly online live streams, and a frightening terrorist plot in a way that makes everything work together in perfect harmony. Agent Patrick Bowers must find the truth hidden within all of these evil deeds to not only find the truth, but also protect the people he loves the most. Continue reading “Every Wicked Man Book Review from @kleffnotes”

From Elsewhere Book Review from @kleffnotes

Nysol is an alien from the now gone planet of Sharill who, while on a special mission for his people against their enemy the Kisleem, has found himself stranded on Earth. In From Elsewhere¬†Sarah Baethge introduces two alien races and how perceptions can lead to some very interesting situations. This work is something that all ages can read and focuses on relationships and interactions that occur when new people meet each other. Continue reading “From Elsewhere Book Review from @kleffnotes”