Jessica Follis

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Smashwords book reviews by Jessica Follis

  • Secrets & Spies & Deadly Guys (Previously published as Spy Babe) on May 18, 2011

    Really good book. Enjoyed the plot lines and it had twists to it that made me laugh. Keep up the good work!
  • Summer Fling on June 21, 2011

    Very good book! Great way to extend on the stories of the other team mates!
  • Employee Relations on June 21, 2011

    It was a good book. I felt thought that I had read this book somewhere else. I really did enjoy the read, and it is definitely worth saving on my internet tablet.
  • The Cave in the Woods on June 21, 2011

    OK I get it. This is erotica, but I really just felt like I was reading a script wrote for a bad 70's porn. The basis of the story was good but there was no story line to go along with the sex.
  • Cinderella and the Sheikh (Hot Contemporary Romance) on June 24, 2011

    I do have to say that I enjoyed the book. It is a good read if you want to get away from the stress of your life and watch from the outside someone elses life.
  • A Lesson in Forgiveness on June 24, 2011

    I almost didn't buy this book. The first novel was really slow to get into the story, but it gave a back story that helped with the following novels. This novel made me keep reading it even while I was at work. That is usually a good sign that I didn't want to put it down. Keep it up. Looking forward to others in this series.
  • A Lesson in Patience on June 24, 2011

    I really enjoyed the book. Not my favorite in the series, but it was one I had a hard time putting down.
  • Lady Thief on June 24, 2011

    This was a good read. Enjoyed the plot, characters, and overall feel of the book.
  • Adversaries and Lovers on June 24, 2011

    Good read. Enjoyed the plot and characters.
  • Lady Thief on June 24, 2011

    This was a good read. Enjoyed the plot, characters, and overall feel of the book.
  • Broken Bayou on June 24, 2011

    I really enjoyed this book. It kind of made me want to re-think a lot of relationships.
  • Complications Over Coffee on June 24, 2011

    Nice book. Kind of heart warming-feel good story.
  • Complications Over Coffee on June 24, 2011
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    Nice book. Kind of heart warming-feel good story.
  • Complications Over Coffee on June 24, 2011

    Nice book. Kind of heart warming-feel good story.
  • Front Page News on July 01, 2011

    I really enjoyed the book. It was the kind of story that you just want to ready over and over again.
  • Dream Job on July 01, 2011

    I really enjoy a good paranormal story. This one did not disappoint.
  • Wild Angel (The O'Byrne Brides Series - Book One) on July 06, 2011

    Awesome book! Well developed characters and a great plot. Keep up the great work. I am planning on downloading the sequel to this book!
  • Hardball on July 06, 2011

    Great job! Look forward to reading more books by this author!
  • An Unlikely Place for Love on July 06, 2011

    This is definitely one of my favorite authors. I already have multiple books downloaded to the nook application on my phone. I am so glad to see some of her work on this site!! To Annette- Cell phones were still not common in the late 90's. At least not in rural places. I lived in Arkansas in '97 and the few people that had a cell phone didn't get that great of service and the pricing was out of this world. So please actually look at not only the time period but also the location. I understand that this girl was rich but sometimes only a pager was necessary. But pagers still had the same problem. I still look at TV shows from early 2000 and they tend to use more pagers and the corner phone booth than cell phones. The whole virgin line I can totally see that happening. I have uttered that same line in front of others myself when I was still a virgin. I wasn't ashamed of it, I glorified in that simple fact myself. Please do not put your actions on someone else. That is rather juvenile to think that everyone should act, speak, walk, and pretty much be the same. As for the heroine in the book. Have you never heard the phrase, "hiding in plain sight." Sometimes it is best to change a little about yourself and still hide out in plain sight. No one expects it. How many times have you lost your keys and when you found them they were in plain sight? As for the whole town talking about a deceased person, well it has happened. I think I have pointed out that I lived in Arkansas. Well let me put it to you in clear terms small towns gossip about everyone, reminisce about those who have passed on and they are really into everyones business. 10 years to go on about a dead person is not that bad. The civil war was 150 years ago and people in the south still talk about their family members that fought in the war. So yet again if you have never experienced any of this before then please do not put your judgements on what you do not know about. Back to the novel. The town does remind me of where I grew up, but only I lived in a southern community. Well done! Keep up the good work!
  • Ditched Again on Aug. 29, 2011

    It was a good read.
  • The Royal Sheikh on Aug. 29, 2011

    This was a great read. I have read it four times since I have downloaded it.
  • Hunted--Book 2 Brides of the Kindred on Aug. 29, 2011

    Enjoyed the whole story. I got hooked on claimed and had to read these other two stories. Looking forward to the next one. I am also looking for more books. I have started downloading them onto my Kobo account.
  • Sought...Book 3 in the Brides of the Kindred series on Aug. 29, 2011

    Enjoyed the whole story. I got hooked on claimed and had to read these other two stories. Looking forward to the next one. I am also looking for more books. I have started downloading them onto my Kobo account.
  • Tinsel on Jan. 09, 2012

    Really enjoyed the book. Thought that the personal conflict withe the characters was well thought out.