Book Review: And The Sun Always Sets by Danny Odato


     Formats:  Paperback   ISBN-10: 1478728728/ISBN-13: 978-1478728726
                               204 pages
                         Hardcover ISBN-10: 1478712600/ISBN-13: 978-1478712602
                           190 pages
                        Kindle   ASIN: B00JQDZKMU
File Size: 1272 KB/Print Length: 183 pages  April 15 2014
Publisher: Outskirts Press (10 April 2014)
Language: English
     The World Indifferent Is Watching… Mariyum tells the story of her life in a small Pakistani  village, of her love of books      and learning, and the challenges of living with a father who has  given up on his family’s future. But the harsh reality of      her world suddenly emerges, and she and  her soul mate, Faisal, must embark on a journey to escape the corruption            and oppression of their  community-to live by their own merits and on their own terms. Their path is full of treachery,        deceit, and more obstacles than they imagined, and they soon discover that it may not be their destiny to live by their        own decisions in this modern world. In And the Sun Always Sets, a  suspenseful and romantic tale, Mariyum and Faisal      ≥≥≥≥eventually decide to take desperate measures in order to be together…no matter what the cost.
I received this book from the Author via Bostick Communications in exchange for an honest review, so thank you so much for allowing me to review this amazingly evocative book.
First of all i’d like to say that the books cover is beautiful and gives an insight into what the story is going to be about. Then once you start reading the writing and descriptions are so clear and concise you can almost feel what each of the characters is feeling and I loved the fact that the story was told from multiple perspectives: Mariyum, Faisel, Murad (rich landlord) & Rubab (Mariyum’s Sister).
The book tells the story of a young Pakistani girls life in a disgraced family of only girls with an alcoholic abusive father. it tells of her falling in love with her childhood friend Faisel who she eventually runs away with to Lahore and the fact that her father basically sells her to the local landlords son as a way of getting some money. The thread running through out it is her desire to better herself through education in order to get a good job so she can provide for her family.
The way the author describes things that happen in the book, especially the severe beatings the main character is  to at the hands of her father, makes you feel like your experiencing them yourself. In fact when Danny was describing the beatings that Maiyum got from her father I could almost every strike of the Caine, every punch, kick etc.
This book will be in my top 20 books for this year therefore I will both recommend it to other people when asked for a book recommendation and purchase it as a gift for people as well. In fact I loved this book so Much that I am sure Danny is going to very quickly going to become one of my favourite authors so much so that i can’t wait to read his other books including The Evil In The Ice (one I have received for review).
Danny Odato was born in 1953, the youngest of a family of seven in the small town of Controne, Salerno, south of Naples. His passion for writing stems from his early education in a Franciscan monastery, which was stocked with a collection of handwritten manuscripts, some hundreds of years old. He was drawn to a deeper education in philosophy and literature and began writing in his native italian. Today Danny’s talent is at its peak. He credits his second wife for giving him the inspiration and encouragement to continue writing, which has led to his most exciting stories, including his most recent novel, The Witches Revenge.

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Book Reviews for books that are Currently being read.

Hal Bad (Paperback)

Scarlet (on Kindle)

Moonfall (on Kindle)

The Hanging Tree (Paperback)

The Goddess and the Thief (Paperback)

And the Sun Always Sets (paperback)

Percy Jackson and the Lightening Thief, 1 Percy Jackson (Paperback(just under 1/2 way through this book)

The Adventures of Loriel the Wood Fairy (paperack/just over 1/4 of the way through the book)


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Books the Need to be read by the end of the Year and their Corresponding Reviews

Stateline A Dan Reno Novel by Dave Stanton (Paperback)

Snata Rita Stories by Anderw J. Rodriguez (Paperback)

The Evil In the Ice by Danny Odato (Paperback)

The Doppler Effect by Dr Shawn Phillips (paperback)

Lost in Montreal by Gay Walley (paperback)

Between the Rage and Grace (paperback)

Trouble by Nom Prat (Paperback)

the name on your wrist by Helem Hiorns (paperback)

Tani’s Search fir the Heart by Keith and Chenoa Egwa (paperback)

‘CAT’ ASTROPHE, 1 Starlette Universe  – paperback

Fairylicious by Tiffany Nicole Smith – kindle

The Room Beyond by Stephanie Elmas – Kindle

Parched, 1 parched by Z.L.Arkadie – Kindle

Red 1-2-3 by John Katzenbach – Kindle

The Octavian lattice Work by Jack Belmonte – Kindle

Good Chinese Wife by Susan Blumberg-Kason – Kindle

The Liberty & Property Legends Series by Terri Sedmak – Kindle

1 Heartland –  On the Side of Angels

2 Empire for Liberty

3 First Country)

Arash Series by Elke Schuster – Kindle

1 Shadow Hunt

2 Raytara – Judgement of the Stars

3 Tasgalt – Cross of the South)

The Breakers Series by Jennifer Chance – Kindle

1 Rock it

2 Fake it

Concequences Series by Alethra Romig – Kindle

1 Consequences

1.5 Behind His Eyes Consequences,

2 Truth

2.5 Behind His Eyes: Truth

3 Convicted

Contrails Saga by Robert Anderson and Steve Clarke – Kindle

1 Contrails

2 Drug Wars

Pushing the Limits Series by Katie M – Kindle

1 Pushing the Limits

2 Dare you To

3 Crash into You


Matched Trilogy by Ally Condie – Kindle

2 Crossed

3 matched

Talented Saga by Sophie Davis – Kindle

1 Talented

2 Caged

Smoking Springs by Robert C Mowry – Kindle

Sakoon by Nishith Vasavada – Kindle

Raven Boys Quartet by Maggie Stievater

1 The Raven Boys kindle

2 The Dream Thieves – Paperback

Duet by Gay Walley and Kurt Haber Kindle

Celine by Peter R. Miller – Kindle

The Flip – Kindle

Fullsteam Ahead by Valerie Chase – Kindle

Streamline by Jennifer Lane – Kindle

A Million Miles Away by Elizabeth Carva – Kindle

One to a Million by Tim Cole – Kindle

Cress, 3 The Lunar Chronicles by Maissa Meyer – Kindle

Snow White Poisoned, Volumes 1-3 Mither, The Mirror, The Huntsman) byKatherine Pine – Kindle

Requiem Series by Christina Fonseca – Kindle

2 Libera Me


The New World Series by P Michael Hopf – Kindle

1 The End

2 The Long Road

3 Sanctuary

Dust Devils by Roger Smith – Kindle

Capture by Roger Smith – Kindle

Percy Jackson Series by Rick Riordan – Paperback

2 The Sea of Monsters

3 The Titans Curse,

4 The Battle of The Labyrinth

5 The Last Olympian

The Demigod Files)

The Selection Trilogy by Kira Cass – Kindle

1 The Selection

2 The Elite

3 The One & )

The Eve Trilogy by  – Kindle

1 Eve

2 Rise

3 Once

The Lux Series by Jennifer L. Armentrout – Kindle

1 Obsidian

2 Onyx

3 Opal

4 Origin


The Paranormalcy Trilogy by Kiersten White – Kindle

1 Paranormalcy

2 Supernaturally

3 Endlessly

The Wool Trilogy by Hugh Howey – Kindle

1 Wool

2 Shift

3 Dust)

Cormoran Strike Series by Robert Galbrath – Kindle

1 The Cuckoos Calling

2 Silkworm

The Fairyland Series  by Catherynne M. Valente (Hardback)

1 The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of her own making

2 The Girl Who Soared over fairyland and cut the Moon in Half,

3 The Girl who fell beneath Fairyland and led the revels)




If You Were Me and Lived in … Portugal A Child’s Introduction to Culture around the World & If You Were Me And Lived In … Russia A Childs Introduction to Culture around the World by Carole P Roman


Carole P. Roman is the award-winning author of the If You Were Me and Lived in… series, which won the Pinnacle Award for Best in Children’s Nonfiction in 2012. She collaborated on this installment in the series with her five-year-old grandson, Alexander. Roman also writes the Captain No Beard series, the first of which was named a Kirkus Best of 2012, received a Star of Remarkable Merit, and won the Pinnacle Award in 2012.

If You Were Me and Lived in … Portugal A Child’s Introduction to Culture around the World


  • File Size: 5547 KB
  • Print Length: 28 pages
  • Publisher: Red Feather Publishing (June 4, 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English





Roman’s If You Were Me books have a simple, winning formula: portray children from other countries and explain how familiar items and customs are the same, and how they differ, in the country being discussed… The appeal of Roman’s If You Were Me series is that this information is not offered in the bland style of an encyclopedia entry, but rather as part of a tour of real life in India…It’s this organic conversational tone that keeps the book interesting and inspires kids’ own curiosity for other cultures.” Peter Dabbene The Foreword Review Join Carole P. Roman as she takes you to explore the friendly country of Portugal!

REVIEW First of all thank you so much to the author and Bostick Communications for allowing me to read and review this book. This book was well worth the 5 stars that I gave it in fact I would have given it more if I could have done as it was such an educational and well illustrated book.. It is part of a series of books which are good for introducing children to the cultures that there are around the world and I fully intend to get all the others apart from the one on Russia as I already have that one. Even I as an adult found it interesting to learn about the customs and traditions in Portugal and I thought It was nice that it included some of the portuguese words that a child can learn. I am sure my son will enjoy this book as he gets older and we will be using it as part of the Geography curriculum when we are Home Schooling.

If You Were Me And Lived In … Russia A Child’s Introduction to Culture around the World


  • File Size: 4848 KB
  • Print Length: 18 pages
  • Publisher: Red Feather Publishing (June 12, 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English





Exploring the world has never easier—or more fun!—than with Carole P. Roman’s award-winning If You Were Me and Lived In… children’s series. Continuing its globetrotting tradition, If You Were Me and Lived in…Russia explores the magic and wonder of this captivating country.As children ages three to eight take a leisurely stroll around Russia, they will come across some of the country’s most recognizable sites, including the Kremlin, St. Basil’s Cathedral, and the Red Square. Learn about Russia’s yummy delicacies, like borscht and caviar, before playing popular Russian games like chess and “fipe”—a game children may know better as “tag”! Brimming with these and other fascinating facts, If You Were Me and Lived in…Russia is the perfect way to both entertain and educate your children about the great big world that exists outside their windows. From Russia’s festive New Year’s celebrations to popular Russian names, this charming addition to the If You Were Me and Lived in… family explains everything there is to know about one of the world’s most historic destinations.


First of all thank you so much to the author and Bostick Communications for allowing me to read and review this book. This book was well worth the 5 stars that I gave it in fact I would have given it more if I could have done as it was such an educational and well illustrated book.. It is part of a series of books which are good for introducing children to the cultures that there are around the world and I fully intend to get all the others apart from the one on Russia as I already have that one. Even I as an adult found it interesting to learn about the customs and traditions in Russia and I thought It was nice that it included some of the Russian words that a child can learn. I am sure my son will enjoy this book as he gets older and we will be using it as part of the Geography curriculum when we are Home Schooling. This is a book that i will both recommend to others as well as but for friends children.

Butterfly by Elle Harper




  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 452 KB
    • Print Length: 258 pages
    • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1494492377
    • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
    • Publisher: Wonder Women Publishing Limited (15 Jan 2014)
    • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
    • Language: English
    • ASIN: B00HW7B3Q4


Grace Elliot is falling apart. Overwhelming tragedy has turned her world into a dark and lonely place. Facing the pain and the ghosts is impossible. Hiding her secret behind a mask of confidence and faking her life is the only thing she knows how to do. She’s alive…but not living.

Counsellor Ben Hardy is certain he can help Grace heal. Maybe it’s a way to rid himself of the demons haunting him from that one horrific night when his life shattered.

When they meet, everything changes, and their pasts offer them a remedy to save each other…until Ben’s traumatic history threatens to destroy the trust they’ve built.

Will the truth tear them apart? Or will it force them to understand the healing power of forgiveness and love?


Thank you to Elle and goodreads for allowing me to read this amazing well written book.

This book is well worth the five stars I have given it in fact if I could I would give it far more because it was a difficult subject to write about covered in a very sensitive and funny way.

When i finished reading the book my immediate thought was that it had been written in a way that it could be the journal that the main character in the book wrote during her recovery from her experience & said she wanted to publish.

The story as a whole was fantastic as it was about how different people people recover from different experiences they have in life a survivor of rape, a survivor of the results of a family member being raped and a woman surviving an abortion she had as a teenager.

I really identified with the main character, Grace, of this book as I have was raped by a longtime friend and boyfriend so I went through similar feelings for a longer time afterwards until I eventually saw a counsellor several years after the fact. I also neither screamed nor fought back when it was happening for self preservation purposes as the person involved had Scichzophrenia so I didn’t want to want to trigger him to have an outburst and hurt me.

I loved the developing love story in the book between Grace and Ben because they were so obviously well suited. Which is why I was so upset when it looked like Grace finding out about Ben’s whole past had ruined their burgeoning relationship but thankfully the strength of their feelings for each other won out. 

I fully intend to buy the book in paperback format because its a book that I definitely want on my bookshelf because of the lovely story and amazing writing as well as the beautiful cover art. And I fully intend to recommend the book highly to others as well both in person as well as on my blog.


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Elle Harper is a pen name of International Bestselling and Award Winning Author Sibel Hodge.

Her work has been shortlisted for the Harry Bowling Prize 2008, Highly Commended by the Yeovil Literary Prize 2009, Runner Up in the Chapter One Promotions Novel Comp 2009, nominated Best Novel with Romantic Elements in 2010 by The Romance Reviews, Runner Up in the Best Indie Books of 2012 by Indie Book Bargains, and Winner of Best Children’s Book by eFestival of Words 2013. Her novella Trafficked: The Diary of a Sex Slave has been listed as one of the Top 40 Books About Human Rights by Accredited Online Colleges.

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Book review: Nearly Broken by Devon Ashley


Devon Ashley Devon Ashley (Goodreads Author)


  born     in Huntington Beach, The United States

  gender   female


  genre     New AdultRomanceFantasy

  influences    Jane AustenJ.K. Rowling

  member since       March 2011

About this author


Ordained awarded 2011 Reader Views First Place for Best Fantasy

Favorite Silly Quote: Cedric didn’t die. Carlisle found him and turned him into Edward.   Interesting Fact: I share my birthday with my favorite author, Jane Austen.


Nearly Broken (Nearly, #1)

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1050 KB
  • Print Length: 376 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1482565080
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00D4C3US0

 Book Synopsis

We’d both gone missing at one point, but Claire had one thing I didn’t. Someone to notice. So why was I the one still here and she the one still gone? 

Nineteen year old Megan Smith has spent the past year working in a small town diner in the middle of nowhere. Life is quiet, simple, safe. Then comes the news that her look-a-like has gone missing. 


Still damaged both physically and mentally, Megan’s not looking to be noticed. Wherever she goes from here, it’s a road she needs to take alone. But when Nickolas Ellis takes the job as the new nightshift cook, it scares her how easily her defenses crumble down, down, down for him. But there are secrets she can’t bear to share with just anyone, unspeakable acts that continue to haunt, and when the similarities of Claire’s abduction couples with the fear of an unwanted visitor in town, the urge to run before it all happens again intensifies, threatening the only happiness Megan’s ever found.

New Adult Romantic Suspense / Dark Realistic Fiction


First of all I’d like to say thanks to Devon and goodreads New Adult book club read it review it scheme for allowing me to read this book.

I loved the story as the author covered a very difficult subject matter ‘Rape and People Trafficking’ in a very sensitive way. Megan a Nineteen year old girl who was kidnapped on her way to school by a people trafficking for sex ring.

Throughout this book Megan’s character development was fantastic because she went from being a scared girl who didn’t trust anyone after her escape from the sex trafficas and believing she had no family, to being a girl that not only learned to trust people to certain a degree but to get into a relationship as well as to find out that she did in fact have a family and boyfriend that love her. 

It was after returning to her family and finding that her name was actually Clair that she found her self being kidnapped again by the brother of the very man who had kept her imprisoned and who she had inevitably killed him. However this even ends up being a fairly happy occasion as she’s saved by the police and reunited with her family and boyfriend.

Book Review: The Darkness of Gold by K.R. Slifer


K.R. Slifer                                   Goodreads Author

K.R. Slifer url                             

born                                   New York, The United States

gender                               female

influences                       Diana Gabaldon; Garth Nix; Maya Angelou; Sherrilyn Kenyon; Jane Austen…more

member since                September 2013

Author Biography       I grew up in New York City on the Upper East Side. From an early age, I loved to tell stories and to create a world of make believe.

                                                        I first began to write my stories down in second grade, starting with the story of two hamsters and their quest to defeat the other household pet, a snake. From there, I constantly wrote poetry and short                                                           stories. Whether sitting in the hallway at school or basking in the summer sun, a book could always be found in my hand.                                                        I attended Ithaca College and earned a Bachelor Degree in Creative Writing.I currently live in Charleston, South Carolina working at a hotel by day and as a writer by night. At the moment, I am busy writing the second book in The White Healer series.


The Darkness of Gold

 Product Details

Vanora wakes up on her eighteenth birthday to a crimson sky and the crisp beginnings of Autumn. It is the day of her Recognition, the day she needs to prove her worth and prove she is powerful enough to be not only the Princess, but the next Healer of the Kingdom of Alethedreda.

However, destiny has other plans. The curling fog of doom has reached the drawbridge of the castle, taking hold of all who dwell within.

The Darkness–the Antithesis of Life–has been unleashed upon the kingdom, wreaking havoc upon the land and it’s people, and thrusting Vanora into the life of a Healer. Unprepared and afraid, she must leave her home and travel across the land. Through the snow capped Damik Mountains to the glittering ocean city of Ulan, Vanora is pushed beyond her physical and emotional limits, going against all that she knows about herself and the world she lives in. Her only companions are a royal Faerie named Zane and her spirit animal, Thea.

Regardless of the cost, Vanora must save the kingdom and defeat the creator of the Darkness… no matter who it turns out to be


First of all I would like to thank the author & goodreads for letting me read this book. I gave the book 5 stars as it well deserved it in fact I would have given it more if I could have done as it more than deserved more.

The authors writing was so fantastic that it pulled you in the world within the story as well as the emerging love story between Venora the Healer and Zane the Fairy who’s the fairy queens advisor. The descriptions given of characters and scenes made you feel like you were actually part of the story.

Vanora found out on her 18th birthday that she had to go on a quest to destroy the Creator of the Darkness, a kind of plague. She discovered this during her coming into powers ceremony as she’s a healer. During her journey across several kingdoms we came into contact with many other characters including her Spirit guide Thea, A Kayden a minion of the creator of the darkness, the Inn Kepper in Ulan and the horses that carried Venora and Zane on in their journey from U;an.

There were happy and sad times through out the story the saddest being at the end when Venora found out that the creator of the Darkness was in fact her brother as she had to kill him.

Tanker 10 by Jonathan Curelop

Book Synopsis

Tanker 10 is a timely and compelling story about a bullied, bashful and overweight boy named     Jimmy.  It is set in Brockton MA in 1976 where we meet Jimmy who is only interested in         reading his books and toss the ball with his best friend Ben.  Jimmy’s older brother Cliff   and his buddies see him as their entertaining victim, but when Jimmy tries to stand up to his brother     the verbal abuse turns physical, ending in Jimmy being taken to hospital with an injury that changes   the direction of his life.

The book tells the story of Jimmy through his pre-teen and teenage years as he struggles with the   physical and psychological injuries he carries following the accident at the hands of his brother. His     salvation comes thanks to him finding his love for Baseball through which he dedicates himself to a   strict regeime, which takes him from intramurals baseball to little league. Then by the time he   reaches High school he’s no longer the fat kid throwing a ball against a wall but an up-and-coming   right fielder on the freshman baseball team. Even though his recovery is successful Jimmy is still ill at   ease with himself and longs for emotional and physical intimacy. He is also grappling with finding his   place in his family, among his friends, and with his Brother Cliff.



Jonathan Curelop, a lifelong baseball fan who was bullied as a child for being overweight, has written a poignant fictional account of a character in search of himself. His debut novel, Tanker 10, is a funny and heart-wrenching coming-of-age journey toward self-acceptance in the wake of trauma. Centered around baseball, the story deals with the serious ramifications of identity and acceptance.


STAR RATING: * * * * * *

“Tanker 10, is a funny and heart-wrenching coming-of-age journey toward self-acceptance in the wake of trauma. Centered around baseball, the story deals with the serious ramifications of identity and acceptance.”

Although I found it difficult to get into this book to begin with I have given it a 5 out of 5 star rating, because this was nothing to do with how it was written it was more to do with the fact that I had a lot going off in my family life, and I will recommend the book to others personally and via my blog.

I loved the main character Jimmy, the antagonist, as I really identified with him because I was bullied at school as a child and have always loved books and reading. His love for Baseball and his best friend Ben was enduring throughout the book. The love he had for his best friend Ben was particularly when he was killed in the accident and funeral because it was clear that he couldn’t bear to be without him.

Cliff, the protagonist, Jimmy’s older Brother was an interesting character because although he was a bully and in many ways the worst kind of bully, sibling bully you could also see some kind, gentle and loving side to him as well. You could see the better side to him more and more after the incident where he caused his brother injury which inevitably led to Jimmy being even more uncertain of him self than he already was.

Ben, Jimmy’s best friend was a kind, gentle person who wasn’t particularly academically minded person but loved Swimming and swam for a local swim team. You could see from things that happened on the story that he was a grate friend that supported him in every way he can.

It was interesting seeing how Jimmy developed through out the book especially from the accident involving his brother. It was particularly interesting how he went from a non sporty book worm to an avid sportsperson, baseball player, to the point of getting a base ball scholarship to go to college.

I absolutely loved this book and cant wait to read anymore books written by Jonathan.

Michelle Turner – Promised

Author Biography

Goodreads Author


born                              in Chillicothe, The United States   July 15
gender                           female
twitter username      ShellJTurner
genre                             ParanormalRomanceYoung Adult
member since            March 2012
About this author: Michelle is a 28 year old native Ohioan. Go Buckeyes! She lives with her husband and son. When she isn’t spending time with her family or working you can find her with her nose stuck in a good book. On October 3, 2012 she released her first book as an independent author, Reviving Bloom.


Book Information

Promised (Promised Series, #1)  Kindle Book
  File Size: 353 KB

  •   Print Length: 225 pages
  Goodreads: Read 4 Review book – Never Too Old For Y.A. & N.A.


synopsis: Linc knows Wyn is the girl for him.

Wyn knows Linc is the boy for her.

But she’s promised to another.

Lincoln “Linc” Tatman had been at his new school for months and he thought he’d met all the girls it had to offer. Until one day, he spied Wyn sitting against a tree and realized this new place had been hiding the girl of his dreams. He goes out of his way to get to know her, even though he’s warned that it’s a hopeless case. But he’s determined to win her, even if she can only be his for a short time.

Arwyn “Wyn” Scott is the black sheep of her big gypsy family. When most of the girls her age are dropping out to start their own families, she begs her parents to stay. She doesn’t fit in with the gypsy teens and the regular teens are too afraid of her five older brothers to get close. Then Linc comes into her life, showing her a new life she never thought she could have. She can’t stop herself from falling head first for the boy.

Can Wyn leave behind her family and their traditions to follow her heart, or will she become a young gypsy wife

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I couldn’t put this book down from the moment I started reading it to the moment I finished it which is why it only took me just over 24 hours to read it and I loved it so much because it was fascinating getting an insight in to the beliefs and traditions of the “gypsy” community as well as due to the love story between Wyn and Lincoln.  It was because of this that I gave the book ‘5 stars out of 5’ and that I would and will recommend the book to others both personally and via this blog.

Wyn was a grate heroine because she was able to fight against her community’s beliefs that girls shouldn’t finish their education in favour of getting married, an arranged marriage and having children. She not only did this but also ultimately walked away from her family on her wedding day when overheard her eldest brother talking to her fiance at the church about how he had told him (the fiance) to request her hand from their father.

Lincoln is a strong character from the start and this is shown by the fact that he is so supportive with Wyn from the day they start thier relationship.

The way the book ends with Lincoln and Wyn in the Hospital having their first baby and this was the perfect way to finish the book.


Naked Edge – Charli Webb

Book Information

Naked Edge   Mobi Format

  File Size 515 KB/Print Length: 281 pages

  Page Number Source ISBN:  1494327597

  ASIN: B00H15X6MG read 4 Review book – Never Too Old For Y.A. & N.A. Books Group

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Book Review

Synopsis: Skylar’s family was forced into the witness protection program when she was only seventeen. After her mother died years later, Sky moved back in with the only family she had left. She knew she’d run into her high school sweetheart but she didn’t expect the changes she found in Rowdy. He wasn’t the sweet boy she left so many years ago. He’d turned into a womanizing jerk but that didn’t stop her heart from wanting him.

Review:  I gave this book 5 stars out of 5 because I fell in Love the two main characters, Skylar & Rowdy immediately both                  them as  individuals and them as a couple, because of this I would and will recommend the book to others both                    personally and on my blog.  I also found the Stories of two of the other characters Anna and Boon really                                interesting. It was also an grate book because it was based around Rock climbing.

               I really felt for Skylar and Rowdy when it came to Skylar just disappearing when her family had to go into witness                protection and then when her Aunt and Uncle died, and she wasn’t able to go.

The way Charli’s writing draws you in and keeps you wanting more through the descriptions of characters, scenes                and places is amazing.

To begin with Anna you felt sorry for her because it was obvious that she was screwed up about what her Dad had               done with regard being in Jail for killing Rowdy’s, her step brother, Mum and the fact that she was in love with                     Rowdy.  However as soon she attacked Skylar in an attempt to kill her you lost all sympathy for her.

I loved it when Skylar texted Anna from Rowdy’s phone asking her to meet in Rowdy’s room to try to get                               a confession out of her about what she’d done to her and the fact that she was blackmailing Rowdy.

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Author Biography

Charli Webb  Goodreads Author


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