Dr B

Top Reviewer Ranking: 8,524
Helpful votes received on reviews: 90% (61 of 68)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 8,524 - Total Helpful Votes: 61 of 68
The Brazen Trilogy (The Brazen Series) by Elizabeth Boyle
I have only read the first book in this collection thus far, but I really enjoyed it. I liked the characters, in particular the strong, daring heroine. The plot is complex and is set in the early stages of the French Revolution.

I'll update my review once I've finished the other 2 books.

I am rather concerned that another reviewer claims that this collection has "lots of short stories" and "A good assortment of authers". Neither statement is true. This collection contains 3 full length novels (each of around 5000 Kindle locations) and so is very good value for the price I paid (1.99). Also all three stories are by Elizabeth Boyle, so there are no other… Read more
A Wayward Man: A Prequel to A Dangerous Invitation&hellip by Erica Monroe
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I found this rather frustrating because it seems to be much more of a teazer than a prequel. For me a prequel should be an introduction to a series, but one that still stands as a complete story in its own right, even though it will certainly leave loose ends for the following books.

This "book" doesn't just leave loose ends; it leaves a complete rope! Nothing is resolved and it seems to me that a reader needs to have this introduction for any subsequent book to make sense. Yes, it was free, but I was still left feeling rather cheated because I didn't get any kind of "result" for the investment of my time. In addition, the story was only just over half of the file. Thus, I only… Read more
Love Betrayed: 10 (Brothers in Arms) by Samantha Kane
This is part 1 of Daniel's story. It differs from the rest of the series in that there is no woman involved. It is a well constructed novella that does stand alone and is long enough to develop the characters and their interactions. However, I would have preferred it to be published in combined form with the rest of Daniel's tale in "Defeated by Love" because you really do need to read this story to understand the second properly.

As a consequence, it felt to me as if the split publication was a money making device, since in combination these two books (actually a longish novella and a shortish book) are of similar length to the longer books earlier in the series, but end… Read more

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