The following are excerpts. You can read the full reviews on Amazon. The data in quotation marks after each title refer to total number of reviews and average of stars. Overall, my ratings are very good. But here I'm not excerpting the raving ones. What fun would that be? Let's look at some of the more ... unexpected reviews. By the way, all excerpts appear as is.
Violet Dawn (66 reviews, 4 1/2 stars)
short and sweet. was exciting from beginning. 4 stars. [Me here: Violet Dawn--sweet?]
I really enjoyed this book. It wasn't the best suspense book I've ever read, but it was good. 4 stars.
The cover looks like a bad romantic novel, but inside is a fast paced thriller. 5 stars
I downloaded the FREE copy of this and I couldn't get past the first 25 pages. Horrible writing. Beyond boring. I felt like I was reading a paper that some 14 year old wrote. Two stars because I like the purple cover. Even the title is stupid. 2 stars
Good book, but hard to put down. 4 stars [Huh?]
Crimson Eve (23 reviews, 5 stars)
Honestly, I don't know how the realtors market in Kanner Lake but you won't see me trying to buy a house up there. 5 stars
Web of Lies (45 reviews, 5 stars)
Four stars, but only because of the spiders. I HATE spiders.
Out. Standing. I Bought this book for $5 for this book! TOTTALLY WORHT IT! 5 stars
This one is NOT recommended for church libraries. 1 star
Dark Pursuit (84 reviews, 4 stars)
The writing itself isn't -bad- really, and the book was free so I did give it two stars.
This is probably one of the worst books I have ever read and I am an avid reader. Her writing is jumpy and fragmented. No lead in from sentence to sentence, absolutely no character development, or plot for that matter. I am seeing good reviews and cannot believe it!! 1 star
Deceit (23 reviews, 4 1/2 stars)
Please Brandilyn, give us back some of your older quality books and plots. This one dwelt too long on murder. 2 stars
Ah, me. Those readers can be tough on a novelist.