P. C. Fenton

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 9,242
Helpful votes received on reviews: 95% (233 of 246)
Location: UK
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 9,242 - Total Helpful Votes: 233 of 246
A Western Heart (Choc Lit) by Liz Harris
4.0 out of 5 stars A lovely read, 26 Aug 2014
This is a lovely story set in 1880s Wyoming. It tells of the agonies of growing up, sibling rivalry and of the difficulties of learning what’s really in your heart. Sometimes you need to make mistakes before you can see clearly what you want, and sometimes you need a little push in the right direction or an incentive to look at things with fresh eyes. The heroine of this story certainly gets that! A great read to while away an afternoon with.
Coming Home by Gwen Kirkwood
Coming Home by Gwen Kirkwood
5.0 out of 5 stars A wonderful story!, 6 Aug 2014
This is a lovely heart-warming tale of two people who have to work extremely hard for what they want in life. The heroine is gentle and unassuming, but very capable and sympathetic. The hero is wonderful, with all the qualities a hero should have and he never takes anything for granted. He is prepared to wait and be patient, and he's always ready to help others in need. You can't help but root for them both and hope they will achieve their goals and dreams, as well as their happy-ever-after. The story vividly brings to life the reality of living through the years after the Second World War, in rural Scotland, with rationing still in force and the hardship suffered by people trying to… Read more
Dance until Dawn by Berni Stevens
Dance until Dawn by Berni Stevens
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant!, 26 July 2014
For anyone who loves a good vampire romance, this book is a must! For me, it felt like a welcome return to the genuine vampire stories, like the original black and white Dracula films. With its dark, brooding atmosphere, and excursions to Highgate Cemetery and the darker parts of north London, the feeling of menace is brilliantly done. As the characters inhabit this shadow world, the reader expects something to jump out at them at any moment and they’re not disappointed. The hero was delicious – no pun intended – and I loved his wicked sense of humour and mischievousness, despite his darker side and controlling tendencies. The heroine gives as good as she gets and the conversations… Read more