Pygmy Coho


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Smashwords book reviews by Pygmy Coho

  • Divorced From Reality on Aug. 30, 2012

    A nice tale about healing and opening one's mind. Very hot lovemaking. My only "negative" is that I wanted more of this story and its characters.
  • The Sauna on Aug. 30, 2012

    Very nice story, and I'm glad the young ladies found such a riveting outlet for their desires. Hot!
  • Housewives in Love on Aug. 30, 2012

    Nicely done, and left me wanting to know more. Hopeful and sexy all at once.
  • Brianna on Aug. 30, 2012

    I enjoyed this story. As for the language, I felt it appropriate for the age of the characters. As a first time tale with a dear-friend-turned-lover it was erotic and fun.
  • The News in Small Towns on April 21, 2013

    I was looking for a love story when I came across this book. What I got was so much more. An engaging plot, rich details, some nice twists and quirky characters--an altogether fun read make this highly recommended. There are more titles, both short stories and novels, concentrating on this cast of characters in a small Florida town. What are you waiting for? Enjoy. Pygmy Coho
  • Madness in Small Towns on April 21, 2013

    This is the second "Small Towns" novel and is a bit darker and more unsettled than the first. Sue-Ann's life is in flux, as are many of the returning and new characters. But as the second of three acts, that turmoil and tension is completely appropritate. This series was a fun read for me. While I don't want to resort to cliche, I will--it really was a page-turner (even though it was on my computer)! Suspense, humor, philosophy, romance, action--what more could one want? "Madness in Small Towns," is a good story and a great diversion. Pygmy Coho
  • A Question of Breeding on April 23, 2013

    I liked this story and it does have a twist that surprised me. Must have been written by a true horse-lover. And for fans of the "Small Towns" novels there's a relationship hint, too. My only complaint is that is could have been longer, but I guess that's what the novels are for. Pygmy Coho
  • Trail Ride and Barn Dance After on June 30, 2013

    Let me state up front that I'm a fan of both Iza Moreau and the "Small Town" series. I enjoyed this story not only because I wonder what the characters are up to (until the release of the next novel in 2014), but because I like the mysteries. The trail ride did provide some conflict and questions, and the character-interaction coaxed the proper emotions from me. So saddle up and take a read. PygmyCoho