M. Sneyd

Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (39 of 43)
Location: Surrey, UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,413,046 - Total Helpful Votes: 39 of 43
Finding Destiny (Sons of Destiny Novels) by Jean Johnson
The four short stories (77-97 pages each) in this book are set in the same world as Jean Johnson's Sons of Destiny series but are all new characters.
The stories are linked with a character from one becoming the main character in the next.
As the references to the happenings in the series are very small these stories can be read without having first gone through the series.
But I would recommend as they were excellent.
Each story is set in a different country and so in each the customs and behavior is different.
The interaction between characters as they move closer in the romances is intriguing and indiviual to that story.
This gives you four great stories… Read more
Shadowlight (Kyndred Novels) by Lynn Viehl
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
This is the first in the new Kyndred Series from Lynn Viehl, author of highly successful Darklyn Series book.
Although several characters from that series appear in the book the main story introduces us to the Kyndred. Individuals who have DNA in their genes that gives them a talent - much like those of the Darklyn - but without the need for blood and to avoid the sun. Each of their Talents expands when they are fatally injures but survive by healing like the Darklyn.
In this story one woman who tries to use her talent for good is hunted by one group who want to take her talent meets a man who is trying to save her life.
Whilst staying under the modern day information radar… Read more
The Spare (Leisure Historical Romance) by Carolyn Jewel
27 of 30 people found the following review helpful
A heroine with a gap of several days in her memory and a hero who needs to know what she has forgotten. A story where crumbs of knowledge from various characters build like a jigsaw puzzle all through the book keeping the mystery going to the end. The hero who is overbaring, arrogant and sure of himself at the start of the book is by the end shown to care deeply and selflessly by the end. A joy to read
I have read other Caolyn Jewel books including her previous book 'Lord Ruin' and will await the next with anticipation