Natasha House

Biography

When Natasha House wakes up in the morning she's got one thing on her brain: writing. "How do normal people think? I mean wouldn't it be boring not having a book in your brain to entertain you?" Natasha works a "normal" job along with perusing writing. "I randomly grab a scrap piece of paper and furiously scribble. People probably think I'm nuts when I'm talking to myself, but I'm just talking to the characters in my head." Natasha is happily married. She enjoys singing. "I've written over thirty songs including one called: It's coffee time. What can I say I love coffee." Natasha loves writing different genre's including: sci-fi, romance, fantasy, middle grade, and paranormal. "If you read my book Superhero princess you might have a laugh-attack, while my other books are more serious toned. I really love my screwball characters. They entertain me the most." Natasha's House dream is to one day write full time. She loves making people laugh, sit on the edge of their seat, and dive into a world they might not want to come out of.

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Smashwords book reviews by Natasha House

  • At The Water's Edge (Adronis #1) on May 10, 2013

    This book really captured my attention from the beginning to the end. I loved the characters and felt very connected to them. I’ve always been a fan of mythological creatures, and this book definitely had a new twist on some of the lore. I fully enjoyed it! The book starts off with a girl named, Sara, who is going on a cruise as a dare. Everyone tells her that she’s “boring”, so she takes the dare and heads out on the ocean. In the midst of her trip a storm rises and she gets tossed overboard. Thinking she’s going to drown Sara eventually blacks out. She wakes up on an island with a pile of food beside her. Sara soon discovers that she’s not the only one on the island. I really loved the sweet love story that wraps you up in its little finger. I love how the simple life of the island melts the heart of this girl with the heart of a mythological man. It was a very clean book, and I liked that since it seems like most romances are full of garbage now. Darian had my heart as well.
  • At The Water's Edge (Adronis #1) on May 10, 2013

    This book really captured my attention from the beginning to the end. I loved the characters and felt very connected to them. I’ve always been a fan of mythological creatures, and this book definitely had a new twist on some of the lore. I fully enjoyed it! The book starts off with a girl named, Sara, who is going on a cruise as a dare. Everyone tells her that she’s “boring”, so she takes the dare and heads out on the ocean. In the midst of her trip a storm rises and she gets tossed overboard. Thinking she’s going to drown Sara eventually blacks out. She wakes up on an island with a pile of food beside her. Sara soon discovers that she’s not the only one on the island. I really loved the sweet love story that wraps you up in its little finger. I love how the simple life of the island melts the heart of this girl with the heart of a mythological man. It was a very clean book, and I liked that since it seems like most romances are full of garbage now. Darian had my heart as well.