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Mermaid Tails by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Toni Sellers

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Mermaid Tails
My granddaughter wants to be a mermaid (who doesn’t) and this book was absolutely perfect.
The illustrations are beautiful, and it helped her to stay engaged. Each page has a Fun Fact to learn a tidbit on Marine life. Letting their imaginations grow, with mermaid tails. What types of mermaids there might be and what types of tails they might have. I definitely recommend this book to anyone with the love of mermaids and the ocean.

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Mermaid Tails by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Shelly Kittell

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What a neat book. It’s very colorful. The information is in short bites. I found the rhyming to be fun and almost songlike. I read this with my grandchildren. They thought it was “supercool.” The different colored tails done to look like sea animals had them mesmerized. I found the fun fact on each page to be pretty cool. The book was set up perfect with 1 page fact and 1 page art. This will definitely be a keeper.

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Mermaid Tails by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Angela Hayes

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

4.5 Stars

 

Mermaid Tails by Suzanna Lynn is such a wonderful children’s fantasy book (aimed at children aged 3 – 12 years old), with divine illustrations that really capture the imagination. Along with the lyrical style of the writing, it all results in pulling the reader into the magical world of mermaids.
This story is a little different, as it doesn’t just give us the ‘traditional’ mermaid/s we are used to seeing. Instead, it helps us imagine what different types of mermaids there might be, and what their tails might look like. The delightfully cute illustrations really do make the story come to life, capturing a plethora of different mermaid tails to inspire the imagination.
There is also an educational component to the story, with each page offering a ‘fun fact’ about marine life, the sea, and morsels of mermaid legends. This adds an extra element of interest and fun to the overall reading experience.
What a fun little adventure this turned out to be. It was so enchanting, engaging, and cute. My granddaughter loved reading this with me and pointing out all the different mermaids.
Looking forward to seeing what Suzanna Lynn does next.
Happy Reading…

Thank you, Suzanna Lynn!

 

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The Archcrusade: Tome One (The Archcrusade Series) by K. M. Hogenson – Review by Mandy Ott

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If you are looking for a short, quick read, The Archcrusade is not for you. But, if you are in the mood for amazing characters and fantastic world building, K. M. Hogenson’s book is for you! This fantasy book is full of angels, demons, humans, and many forms of otherworldly creatures. Although the creatures do not exist in the world, the descriptive writing made it so I could see them in my mind while reading. The characters are so well-developed, each with their own story, but each inexplicably connected to one another. K. M. Hogenson beautifully weaves a tale of adventure, drama, danger, destiny, and magic. There are many character points-of-view so it did get confusing, at times, keeping all of the characters strait. But, I was so lost in the descriptive writing that I was not put off by the changes. Overall, an epic, well-written tale of adventure and fantasy. I would happily pick up another book by K. M. Hogenson.

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The Archcrusade: Tome One (The Archcrusade Series) by K. M. Hogenson – Review by Tausha Treadway

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Archcrusade: Tome One (The Archcrusade Series) by K. M. Hogenson. This is by far the longest book I’ve read in a long time but surprisingly it was not difficult. It was engaging and entertaining and I couldn’t wait to start reading again each time I put it down. Its the story of Basil but you meet so many more characters and find out their stories. Its like multiple stories in one book. Its easy to keep up with and so fun. There is magic, action, adventure, paranormal,fantasy, werewolves, vampires, you name it, its in this book. I can’t possibly mention all the characters without missing something so just know there are multiple characters and their stories and they are so well written that you feel like you have been to this crazy world and you know all the characters. Basil along with other characters face danger, suffering, life threatening acts and all kinds of adventures. This book will keep you on your toes and I can’t wait to read this next one. If you love adventure, danger and fantasy this book is for you!

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The Archcrusade: Tome One (The Archcrusade Series) by K. M. Hogenson – Review by Alison Risher

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My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This is a fantasy novel. Readers are transported to another world, one of kings and kingdoms. It features different species. There are healers and demons, as well as an abundance of otherworldly drama. The author is a master at using descriptive language.

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Mermaid Tails by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Jennifer Ramos

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a very cute story for kids! Make sure to get your copy in color to fully take in the beautiful illustrations. The story takes on the wonderful kid imagination of what could be of mermaid and other sea creatures as well as gives some interesting education as well. The best thing to foster in children is the amazing and vast capability of reading with the use of our imagination and enhancing our knowledge. This is a great gift as well as an addition to the family or daycare/school library!

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Mermaid Tails by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Julie Johnson

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Mermaids are magical and pretty and this book features mermaids of various colors, shapes, and sizes. What I didn’t expect was the educational information about various sea creatures. The added bonus made this book much more interesting and fun to read!

A little fantasy and a lot of facts in here!

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Mermaid Tails by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Jenni Bishop

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Mermaid Tails by Suzanna Lynn is a delightful children’s picture book that is 47 pages full of magical creatures of the sea. It is aimed for babies to 12 years old and it is an easy-to-read story that is well written and takes the reader on an adventure.
Suzanna created a underwater magical world that is full of fun facts and comes alive with the colourful pictures by Samantha Smith. This unique tale answers many questions about sea life and the lives of Mermaids.
Mermaid Tails opens curiosity and encourages young readers to join in. It will do well in the book market because everyone dreams of becoming a mermaid. The narrative is simple and easy to follow along.
The perfect gift.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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Mermaid Tails by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Lorralei Hoerner

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Stars 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Fun and engaging with beautiful colorful illustrations, Mermaid Tails is a great children’s book. Turning each page to learn different scenarios with the mermaids in how they live, colors and how they sleep.

With each page there is a fun fact that is very educational and fun to learn about sea animals. The colorful illustrations are very engaging and bring each page to life.

Highly recommended book for any mermaid lover..

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Mermaid Tails by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Megan Conley

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is seriously one of the cutest children’s books I’ve read in a long time. I love the inclusivity and originality of it! I wasn’t quite sure what to expect when I started reading it but I absolutely fell in love with the concept and I couldn’t wait to see how each of the sea creatures was going to work with the mermaid concept. This was truly such an innovative idea to not only encourage kids to use their imaginations but to also learn about the amazing sea creatures inhabiting our oceans. The illustrations are absolutely phenomenal and they are so bright and enthralling. If you’ve got a kiddo who loves mermaids, sea creatures, or both you need to get this book RIGHT NOW!

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Mermaid Tails by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Jennifer Crain

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

While the concept of the book is intriguing and the illustrations are beautifully done, I found the story to be a bit lacking. The plot is not very engaging and the writing style is quite simple, making it more suitable for younger readers.

However, I did appreciate the educational aspect of the book, as it includes interesting facts about various sea creatures and different types of mermaids. It’s a great way to introduce children to marine life and spark their curiosity about the ocean.

Overall, Mermaid Tails by Suzanna Lynn is a cute and visually appealing book that may be more enjoyable for younger readers who are fascinated by mermaids and sea creatures.

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Mermaid Tails by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Deborah Joseph

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

My daughters absolutely love mermaids so when I saw this book it was a no-brainer, I HAD to get it. It did not disappoint either! Both my girls loved this book and interacted with each page so easily. The author even includes little facts about each fish at the bottom. Between the imagination of what each mermaid could look like and the bright bold colors, my girls were instantly hooked and wanting more.

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Mermaid Tails by Suzanna Lynn

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Genre – Kids, Fantasy
Page Count – 47
Cover Designer – Suzanna Smith, Lil Pumpkins Publishing
Have you ever dreamed of seeing a mermaid? Do you wonder what they might look like, or where they might sleep? Dive into Mermaid Tails and see how these magical creatures might live. This fun, educational, story is overflowing with sea creature fun facts and features charming illustrations of mermaids from all over the world. This is the book your young mermaid enthusiast has been looking for!

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Author Suzanna Lynn is a happily married, full-time mother of three beautiful, energetic children, and lives in a small town nestled in the deep rolling hills of Missouri.

 

Growing up in the Ozarks, Suzanna spent her childhood wandering the fields and woods surrounding her home. While most children avoided the dark corners of the woods, she sought them out; imagining them to be filled with fairies, dragons and all number of creatures.

 

Having not lost her childhood imagination, Suzanna has written numerous poems, songs and short stories that won various awards in high school and college. Her dream was to, one day, be an author.

 

In 2014 she decided to stop wishing she could publish a book and made the dream a reality when she released The Bed Wife.

 

That first novella gave birth to two more books, completing the series, and stirred the embers of her five-book series called The Untold Stories. She has since published stand alone novels, and has published several children’s books.

 

When she’s not busy writing, illustrating, or spending time with her family, Suzanna loves to travel, go horseback riding, and growing flowers. She also has been known to volunteer with her children’s school, the Ladies Auxiliary, and even her local zoo!

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The Archcrusade: Tome One (The Archcrusade Series) by K. M. Hogenson – Review by Amanda Swindle

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Archspawn – Pilgrimage & Prophecies is the first book in the Archcrusades series. This book is quite hefty with over 1300 pages and over 100 characters, with about a third of those having their own POV chapters. This is a story full of magic, adventure, mythical characters and creatures, and action. Even with the length of the book, this is quite fast paced and easy to follow once you get down the varying POV switches and who is who. Some of the names are a bit fun so it did take me a little to realize “oh, that’s THAT guy…” early on, but you do get the hang of it as the pages turn. This made me feel like a Game of Thrones type read with the varying timelines and POV that intermingle and separate at the same time and I love books like that. I did not expect to enjoy this book, since I do not read much high-fantasy but this was actually really well written and thought out, and kept a smooth transition throughout. I did get confused at times but it does circle around and make sense at some point. This book is definitely complex and has some darker aspects so if you have triggers, make sure you look into that before reading. I will definitely be looking forward to the next one, I love these longer reads!

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The Archcrusade: Tome One (The Archcrusade Series) by K. M. Hogenson – Review by Kerry Baker

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book is a highly detailed and complex fantasy story that introduces readers to an imaginative and well developed world. So much happens in this book, and it is all supported by an amazing collection of characters. It was great that we got to hear from so many of them, it really broadened the scope of the story.
This is the first book that inhave read by this author and what an introduction. I loved the world building that went on and how everything developed over time. I was drawn into the story and engaged so well with the characters. This was a great book to read and I am excited to discover more.

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Mermaid Tails by Suzanna Lynn – Review by Dr. Anya Schultz

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was a really cute children’s book. It asks questions about different aspects of mermaids were real like: what would they look like?; would they have different types of tails?; or if they would come in many sizes? Etc. The illustrations are cute and colorful, too. This is also a decent size children’s book. The best part about this book, however, is that on each page after a question is posed the author provides a fun fact about a mermaid (or legend of a mermaid) or another type of fact about the sea. I think this makes the learning process fun to read about different aspects but in a mythical creature that children love. I would recommend this book to other parents and children who love to learn about ocean life.

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The Archcrusade: Tome One (The Archcrusade Series Book #1) by K. M. Hogenson – Review by Angela Hayes

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My rating: 3 of 5 stars

 

3 Stars

 

The Archspawn – Pilgrimage & Prophecies is the first book in The Archcrusade series and debut novel by K.M. Hogenson. This is an epic, 89-chapter book- making for a massive read. It is a high fantasy quest with action, adventure, magic, paranormal beings (eg: mages, demons, vampires, shifters, warlocks), danger, dramatic developments, a multi-layered storyline, agendas, a touch of fate/destiny, prophecy, and darker elements that you might want to make yourself aware of before diving in, especially if you have triggers.
There was just so much going on in this book that I am really having trouble choosing where to start with my review. So here goes….
Like I said this is a lengthy novel- 1350+ pages of story, 89 chapters, 172+ cast members (characters), over 30 individual POV’s to keep track of, and some very unusual character names to wrap our heads around. There was way too much going on here for me, making for a bit of a chaotic read- especially with so many different characters and perspectives to keep track of- so things did get confusing and muddled at times. While the plot was interesting, the plethora of perspectives, info dumps in some areas & lack of information in others, and the somewhat stilted dialogue (at times), really made for a choppy, lagging/dragging read. I really think that some of the individual perspectives/POV, especially the singular chapters, could have been condensed and that information passed on in some other, more streamlined way. While I appreciate the author’s passion, the heart and soul that they put into their work- I found that the issues I had made it difficult to connect with the characters and/or invest in the overall story. With so much to keep track of and get my head around, I just couldn’t find my ‘groove’ and lose myself in the story like I was really hoping to do. There were way too many things that interrupted the flow and/or pulled me out of the story. There were times I found my mind wandering because the story was lagging, so I repeatedly had to force myself to stay focused on what was going on. I feel with less POV’s and a few less chapters/pages, the story would have been far more engaging. I think a lot of these issues could have been picked up and sorted with more editing and several Beta reads.
This is only my personal opinion though, and now looking at some of the other reviews, I seem to be the only one who has had any issues — So if you love an epic fantasy, with plenty of adventure and don’t mind the issues that I found- then this just might be what you are looking for.
The story is set to continue in Book #2, so it will be interesting to see where the author takes us from here.
Happy Reading

Thank you, K.M. Hogenson!

 

 

Reviewed by @angelahayes

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The Archcrusade: Tome One (The Archcrusade Series) by K. M. Hogenson Reviewed by Phylis Carpenter March 2024

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Normally I would not books like this because I am not into the paranormal or monsters and such, but I chose to read this one for a challenge I was doing. After finishing this book I started thinking that shutting out some topics and only reading certain genres that maybe I was missing some really good books.

I enjoyed the characters, especially Watercress, and the story line of the book. I have not read any books by this author in the past but after reading this one, I will be checking out more of their stories.

Check out this book I think you will enjoy it as much as I did.

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The Archcrusade: Tome One (The Archcrusade Series) by K. M. Hogenson – Review by Rose McCaskey

The Archcrusade: Tome One: The Archspawn - Pilgrimage & PropheciesThe Archcrusade: Tome One: The Archspawn – Pilgrimage & Prophecies by K.M. Hogenson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I do not give 5 star reviews often but this book is well worth the 5 stars if you like fantasy adventure with a touch of horror aspects. The story has a lot of detail into the world the author created. There are vampires, archdemons, magicians and images, humans, and so much more in this fantasy story. My favorite part is how long the book is. It may take longer to read but it is worth the time it will take you. Enjoy!

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The Archcrusade: Tome One (The Archcrusade Series) by K. M. Hogenson – Review by Amelia Stansell

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was great! Every detail was superb. The characters were fantastic. You go on this grand adventure in this story. You can picture the whole story as read it.

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Thorfinn and the Witch’s Curse Audio Deb Robinson(The Forerunner Series, Book 1) by Jay Veloso Batista – Review by

This is a story of Norse Mythology and the history of Finn and his family. When a curse is put upon Finn when following his brothers he is now having to deal with becoming brave. The narrator was difficult for me to understand at first until I got used to the accent. An interesting story overall.

Thorfinn and the Witch’s Curse Audio Book (The Forerunner Series, Book 1) by Jay Veloso Batista – Review by Charlisa Wahtomy-Alba

Thorfinn’s family was cursed by a witch down three generations. Two generations have succumbed to the curse before Thorfinn’s story began. A young boy of 10 Thorfinn must overcome people plotting to unalive him. His own clansman fear him and he is now an enemy. He must also accept his new fate of being a boy by day and ghost by night. This was a fascinating book. I enjoy history but have never really gotten into Norse culture aside from the Hollywood version. I’m sure the author did a lot of research to describe things so wonderfully. It was like a movie playing in my head as I was able to visualize everything. I can’t wait to see what the next adventure holds in this series.

Thorfinn and the Witch’s Curse Audio Book (The Forerunner Series, Book 1) by Jay Veloso Batista – Review by Amanda Glaspie

I really like the story. The character development was strong, the characters each had a crucial role, and the ending wrapped everything together nicely. Listening to the book was challenging as at times I had a hard time figuring out who was talking as first person as it was told in different characters point of view but once you learned the narrators voices, it was much clearer. The narrator for the book was fantastic and was the perfect choice for this genre. I really felt like I was with the characters. Transition music was also nice as it set the tone for the next passage. Overall, I enjoyed the book.

Thorfinn and the Witch’s Curse Audio Book (The Forerunner Series, Book 1) by Jay Veloso Batista – Review by Kayla Octaviano

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Such a fun book to listen to! I did not read the book first, so this was my first experience with it, but I loved it! I’m not a big history buff, but listening to it read by a narrator with an awesome accent that feels like old time story telling really captured my attention! Crazy story! Good characters, totally worth the time! 

Thorfinn and the Witch’s Curse Audio Book (The Forerunner Series, Book 1) by Jay Veloso Batista – Review by Sunday Barnaby

Thorfinn and the Witch’s Curse by Jay Veloso Batista Narrated by Ulf Bjorklund 5 Stars This is the first book I have read/listened to by this author and he is an awesome storyteller. The detail in the characters was amazing. It had me wondering what to expect next. I was just the right length. The […]

The Archcrusade: Tome One (The Archcrusade Series) by K. M. Hogenson – Review by Susan Ratchford

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the biggest book I have read in a long time but please don’t let that affect your judgment! This first book was absolutely amazing! It was masterfully written and the world building is top notch! It’s delightfully refreshing to see an author put new spins on different fantasy tropes and K. M. Hogenson did that in spades! I am absolutely blown away considering this is her debut novel! As someone who loves nature, some of my favorite parts were the names, they were very earthy! I honestly can’t say enough about this book but I am glad I picked it up! I can’t wait to dig my claws into the next one when it comes out!

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The Archcrusade: Tome One (The Archcrusade Series) by K. M. Hogenson – Review by Jenni Bishop

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

4.5 stars
The Archcrusade: Tome One: The Archspawn – Pilgrimage & Prophecies is K. M. Hogenson debut novel. It is interesting, and unique and a lengthy read but a great read. I can’t believe it is a debut novel. This is another author to watch out for. I see very good things for them.
The story is told in multiple POV which just heightens the story more as you get to see inside the nuts and bolts and how they think.
It is an adult epic-fantasy adventure with magic, monsters, Vampires, Angels and Demons, Kings, Oracles, crusades, pilgrimages, prophecies and a whole lot more in between.
It is a complex web of multiple plots and cleverly woven threads to pull it all together to give the reader maximum enjoyment. The world building is artfully done, and you can picture the multitude of characters and the world in which they live. There are complex characters and there are those that you will laugh and cry with and those you would have rather not met at all. K. M. Hogenson has written a diverse bunch of characters and race, creed, sexuality or colour has not been left out. Each has their own agendas which adds to the mystery but in a world like this you don’t always know who to trust.
I for one can’t wait for more.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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Curse of the Forbidden Island by C.A. King – Review by Maikalani Alexander

Curse of Forbidden IslandCurse of Forbidden Island by C.A. King
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This was a quick read and enjoyable. The spice is not as detailed as other books so I’d rate a 3. It gives hints of reverse harem but she clearly states she won’t take all of them on and needs to “share” with other women

I enjoyed the portion of them being cursed and the story it reveals. However, the finesse was lacking.

I sincerely would’ve loved if it was longer. But if you’re interested in reading something short simple and sweet this is the book for you.

Selene has been bouncing around from job to job since she graduated college with her degree. Tired always because she’s “creepy” or makes others feel uncomfortable she heads back to the temp agency to try again. There she finds a request for help on an island. Thrust onto the precipice of adventure she delves deeper into the curse of the island. Only to discover the sexual offerings that are given freely to everyone till she breaks the rules.

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Curse of the Forbidden Island by C.A. King – Review by Donya Pedigo

Curse of Forbidden IslandCurse of Forbidden Island by C.A. King
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is an extremely fast read, at only 52 pages, but to be honest, I wasn’t ready for the story to be over! C.A. King is a very talented author with fascinating characters and amazing otherworldly settings. The Gravedigger Academy was the first series I read by her and I decided then I wanted to read more of het work, so I picked this Supernatural read up.

We start by meeting our main female character, Selene, whose life just seemed to implode as she looses yet another job and goes home to find she’s being evicted. She then begs her friend at the career center for help, where Selene discovered a job listing for a remote island that sounds intriguing. This is where the real, somewhat steamy adventure begins.

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