Avid Mohavehiker


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Smashwords book reviews by Avid Mohavehiker

  • Betrayed: Days of the Rogue on May 29, 2013

    Great escape. I've read all 5 books in a matter of days. Looking forward to the next book. I hope it won't take a year, but it it does it will be worth the wait.
  • The Keeping on May 29, 2013

    This may have been my favorite book in the series, but they were all good.
  • Bonded on May 29, 2013

    I read this book first. It didn't matter to me what order they were written in as the characters are woven into the series. A character might be a central thread in one book and a minor thread in another, but it all weaves together.
  • The Mating (The original Law of the Lycans story) on May 29, 2013

    It's hard to believe that this series is free. I love that the author wants donations for our local animal shelter or food bank. I'm giving one money and the other food.
  • Harvard Hottie on Aug. 03, 2013

    I got totally caught up in this book.
  • The Debt & the Doormat on Aug. 03, 2013

    This book is so funny. I kept laughing out loud to the point that I was told to go into another room because I couldn't read quietly. The cliffhanger leads me to believe that a sequel is in the works. Can't wait.
  • Rebel Heart on Aug. 03, 2013

    Just suspend belief and go with the story and then it's a great read.
  • Kiss Me on Aug. 03, 2013

    A bit predictable, but fun.
  • Wetherton on Aug. 03, 2013

    This is a well written book but I was hoping for a bigger happy ending for the heroine, although it was in keeping with the character.
  • Broken: A YA Paranormal Romance Novel (Volume 1 of the Reflections Books) on Aug. 03, 2013

    I read this one first and Torn second. I wouldn't have had it any other way. It worked for me to see the woman's point of view first. These books are some of the best that I have read and I've been on a reading tear.
  • Suddenly a Bride on Aug. 03, 2013

    I enjoyed the science fiction aspect of this romance novel. It's not typical of the Ruth Ann Nordin books that I have read in the past, but a fun change.
  • The Last Bride in Ballymuir on Aug. 03, 2013

    I was looking for a light romance novel but found myself wondering more about "The Troubles" aftermath. Ireland was changed. I'm glad that this was the backdrop for this romance novel. A little food for thought to go along with brain candy.
  • Kade's Dark Embrace on Aug. 03, 2013

    A fun, quick paced romp.
  • Damian's Oracle on Aug. 03, 2013

    Best Lizzy Ford book so far, but I haven't read them all yet.
  • The Accidental Demon Slayer on Aug. 03, 2013

    Fun pager turner. Makes me wish my grandmother was like Lizzie's.
  • BlackMoon Beginnings on Aug. 03, 2013

    This was one that kept my up all night reading. That makes for a positive book review but is not good for my life. Oh well, life's too short to bother with sleep.
  • The Cold Moon Run on Aug. 03, 2013

    I loved these characters. More please.
  • A Pixie's Tale on Aug. 03, 2013

    Some new ideas here. The two endings kind of threw me. This seems like it needs another rewrite or something. Maybe it's just me but any book that I finish deserves at least a 3.5 or 4 stars.
  • The Highlander's Hope - A Contemporary Romance (THE HUNT) on Aug. 03, 2013

    Enjoyable characters and setting. I might read it again.
  • Falling Star on Aug. 03, 2013

    This is a well researched and fleshed out story with great characters. I loved the cut throat aspect of television reporting and anchoring.
  • Fearless on Aug. 03, 2013

    Well worth the time spent reading this one. Ready for the next book.
  • Inquest on Oct. 13, 2013

    This was a fun read. The world created is rich and well textured. The characters are complex. I want to read more.
  • The In-between Stage (Ever-Presence) on Nov. 16, 2013

    This is an amazing series especially notable because it was written by a teenager and all five books are free. I have been reading each book in the series without stopping.
  • The Fool's Poem (Ever-Presence) on Nov. 16, 2013

    Another fun read. I have no complaints about the storyline, it is crafted quite well. I hesitate to mention any complaints as the author is so young and the books are free but I would suggest a little editing for spelling, homophones (brake vs break) and the use of proper tenses (pat vs patted). With the proper editing this series could easily be sold.