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Burn: Shapeshifter Romance (Dragon Souls Book 2) by Penelope Fletcher
I enjoyed the first book although poor spelling was really annoying and disrupted the flow of reading. This book was poor in comparison, the main character was whiney and selfish, spelling totally awful and if this book had been proof read I'll eat my own hat as some sentences didn't even make sense and the auhtor was just rambeling so much in places I skipped entire pages. I have not completed reading this book (only got half way through) and I'm gutted I wasted money on this book. I could not conect with any of the characters and just felt overall this book was rushed. Dissappointing not to say the least :(
Silence by Natasha Preston
Silence by Natasha Preston
2.0 out of 5 stars could be better, 28 April 2014
The idea behind this story was good, and I did enjoy the cliffhanger ending, although I understand what other reviewers mean when they say it felt a bit rushed. In fact the ending was the best bit of the story for me. The whole american verses english references and lingo was really annoying and I don't know why the authour did not just set it in a fictional place in america tbh. Next time she really needs to pay for a good proof reader especially as she is expecting customers to buy her book and lets be honest who wants to pay for a poorly edited script? It's an easy read but not the worst I've ever read, unfortunately.
You Will Pay - For Leaving Me by Eve Rabi
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars dire, 27 April 2014
This book was dire, I hate to say. I still can't understand how it has such good reviews. It is poorly written, the author has clearly never been in an abusive relationship themselves as it reads like a textbook. The characters have no personalities and there is no depth to the plot itself. I could not read further than about 20% of this book and only read that far in the hopes that it would get better. I think it is really sad that the author has attempted to capitalise on an issue as serious as dv, without demonstrating the true feelings victims feel. All in all don't both reading this book and you won't be disappoined. If I could give 0 stars for this review then I would. Thank god I… Read more