Venganza: The Fuentes Legacy by Greta Cribbs

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Venganza: The Fuentes Legacy by Greta Cribbs
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Genre: Supernatural suspense
Page Count: 228
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“No Fuentes can leave the family.”

For centuries the Fuentes family has harbored dark secrets. Secrets involving magic and a sinister legacy which they are willing to kill to protect.

Leo Fuentes was the first to try and break free. Now his only concern is that his father, Renato, not discover the location of Leo’s son Damian. But Renato has ways of finding people, and Damian is the one who will ultimately pay the price for Leo’s desertion of the family.

This prequel to Primogénito tells the story of Damian’s kidnapping and torture at the hands of his grandfather and uncles. It also tells the story of Damian and Jenn. Of their love for each other and their determination to let nothing come between them. Of their resolve to hold on to hope even when it seems all hope is lost.


Greta Cribbs has worn many hats over the years, from mom to schoolteacher to church choir director. She constantly seeks out opportunities to indulge her many interests, but writing is the passion that has been with her the longest. She wrote her first poem at the age of nine and has been creating stories ever since. She published her first book, Amelia’s Children, in 2015, followed by Primogénito in 2016, and Road to Yesterday in 2017. Venganza, a prequel to Primogénito, is her fourth published work.




Primogénito: The Fuentes Legacy by Greta Cribbs – Review by Debi Kircher

Primogénito: The Fuentes LegacyPrimogénito: The Fuentes Legacy by Greta Cribbs
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Primogénito: The Fuentes Legacy by Greta Cribbs

5 Stars

Holy Moly what a book!! I can honestly say I have never read a book that even compares to this one, but that doesn’t surprise me because as I’ve said in previous reviews for her other books (which were blow me away awesome) this author has the most creative mind and she absolutely shatters me every time I read one of her stories.

I’m not even going to try to sum this book up, I wouldn’t know where to start unless I just copy and paste her synopsis. I will say this though…The characters of Damian, Jenn, Ashley, Nick and Leo were written perfectly as well as the others but those five were just plain awesome. This hit on every one of my emotions, there were parts of the story I was scared, angry, like throw my kindle kind of angry, heartbroken, excited, happy, and sometimes confused, and the transition from one emotion to the next wasn’t always easy. I literally read this book in one sitting because there was no way I could put it down, the twists were placed perfectly, and the writing style was perfect. It moved along quickly with no “fluff” thrown in along the way.

I love this author, she is an absolute genius. You just never know what her next book is going to bring and I think that’s simply brilliant.

Ill admit that although Im so excited about what she thinks of next, I’m also a little scared to see what she thinks of next. LOL



Review by @debikircher

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Road to Yesterday by Greta Cribbs – Review by Debi Kircher

Road to YesterdayRoad to Yesterday by Greta Cribbs
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Road to Yesterday by Greta Cribbs

5 Stars

She did it again…She wiped me out when I read Amelia’s Children and in this one she completely shattered me. I’ve decided that if I was asked which author Id most like to meet it would be Greta Cribbs…I would love to shake the hand of the author that has one of the most creative writing styles I’ve ever experienced. How she comes up with this stuff baffles me. The old saying “you can’t make this stuff up”? Well I’m thinking she had to have made it up because believing in what happened in this story would put me over the edge, kind of in a good way because I love time travel stories.

These four siblings were brought to life in this story. I felt like they were real people, the way they interacted and went off on tangents in their conversations that shouldn’t have made any sense in their predicament, yet did! There was so much content fit into what I consider a short novel and what I loved most was, I never felt lost. She had a way in her writing that kept me from never having to go back and reread anything. I also loved how I couldn’t put it down, I carried my kindle while walking so I could keep reading. I loved how I felt every emotion I think she intended me to feel. I laughed, I cried (oh did I cry), i scratched my head while trying to figure out what was gonna happen next, and i found myself asking the same questions they were..What would I do?

To go off subject, or as I described the tangents above I have to say that her description “a giant accordion playing its workday song along I-75”, was brilliant.

I absolutely loved this book and can’t wait to see what she comes up with next!!

Review by @debikircher

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Amelia’s Children by Greta Cribbs – Review by Jana Teppih

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Amelia’s Children is Greta Cribbs’ debut novel and after reading it I am convinced, she will have a bright future! It was a fantastic paranormal mystery worth all of the five stars!
Amelia’s Children is about a 30-year-old murder where the killer was never caught. It starts with a stranger appearing in a southern small town and asking uncomfortable questions. Who is he? What is his connection to the murder? Why did he come? He is David Jenson and he has ‘dreams’ and he is taking us along on a journey that he has set out on with Sarah Hathaway. Sarah is a young woman, she has just returned from L.A. after abandoning her dreams of becoming an actress.
Sarah feels an instant connection to David and throughout the story we keep asking ourselves, will there be more between them as David also feels a connection to Sarah once he starts opening up. I also loved the relationship Sarah had with his brother William and I cried my eyes out when William suffered the incredible and heart breaking loss …
Greta has weaved a great story filled with mystery, adventure and danger. It keeps you on your toes so you cannot put the book down so you better wait until Friday night before you start reading it, otherwise you will be in T-R-O-U-B-L-E! Your boss will not be happy with your level of attention and energy the next day!
The writer has an amazing writing style and takes you at time to a direction you could not see coming! Grab a copy and find out for yourself if David and Sarah do solve the 30-year-old mystery

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Amelia’s Children by Greta Cribbs – Review by Debi Kircher

Amelia's ChildrenAmelia’s Children by Greta Cribbs
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Amelia’s Children by Greta Cribbs

5 Stars

Holy Moly what a book! I started it and could not put it down. This author has spun a tale here that will have you guessing on every page. This is my first book by this author but will not be my last, this story flowed perfectly, and I fell in love with the characters.
In a small town in Georgia, Amelia was murdered, the case is still unsolved 30 years later. There are rumors and speculation but no concrete answers.

Sarah has returned from California after failing to make it as an actress, she is now working in her parent’s restaurant as a waitress, not something she wants to do. She doesn’t even want to be back home, but found she had no other choice.

David comes to town wanting to meet with Sarah’s father in the restaurant. He is a stranger and no one seems to know why he is in town. This has Sarah on a mission to find out just what he is up to, not only that but she feels drawn to him for some reason. When she guesses why he is there and that it has something to do with the unsolved murder case from 30 years ago, she sets out to find the truth, with the help of her brother. The truth though may be hard to handle and Sarah finds out a lot more than what she bargained for.

As Sarah and David grow closer, can they find the answers in time, or will the darkness take everyone they love from them, even possibly themselves?

Great book, I highly recommend it!

Review by @debikircher

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