Jessica Buike

Biography

When not writing, Jessica Buike enjoys spending time with her husband and many pets (including cats, rabbits, and a neurotic Border Collie). She currently resides in Bellevue, Nebraska and loves living in the Midwest because the weather gives her something to complain about.

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Books

The Anti-Arthritis Diet
By
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 8,810. Language: English. Published: August 23, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Dieting
Tired of suffering from arthritis pain? There is a possibility that what you are eating is causing you increased pain! Written by an arthritis sufferer, for arthritis sufferers, this book is finally a resource of information for those who wish to find a more natural approach to reducing pain.
Twin Rivers
By
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 6,560. Language: English. Published: July 20, 2011. Category: Fiction » Drama » American
(3.67 from 3 reviews)
Rhiannon awakes from a 2 year coma to find the world as she had known it prior to her accident shattered. The same nightmare haunts her endlessly, and leads to a road of discovery and pain.

Jessica Buikeā€™s tag cloud

arthritis    coma    diet    discovery    drama    fitness    ghosts    health    memory    murder    mystery    nightmares    river    small town   

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Smashwords book reviews by Jessica Buike

  • Glamour (Rae Wilder #1) on Aug. 07, 2011

    Fantastic storyline, with enough action to keep me reading - I read it in only a couple of days! There were plenty of editing and typo mistakes that could use correcting, but otherwise this was a great step into a paranormal realm.
  • Jack Hunter Secret of the King on Aug. 20, 2011

    Jack Hunter: Secret of the King has a lot going for it! The characters are likeable, and the situations are interesting. This book reminded me of some of my favorite movies as a kid - it was a good read! I liked the action and suspense, though muddling through the British English was a little hard for me since I'm American. Isn't it crazy how English doesn't always translate from one region to another? As for the bad, there were a lot of examples of poor grammar and run-on sentences with WAYYY too many commas. Seriously way too many - some sentences felt like they had the hiccups! ;) However, issues aside, I was still really glad I got the chance to read this book! I liked the extra touch with the chapter titles... if you read the book, you'll see what I mean. If the errors were fixed, it would easily earn five stars. As it is right now, I gave it four stars on Goodreads.
  • Twin-Bred on Nov. 15, 2011

    This book is an interesting new concept all revolving around the idea of twins and the unique connection that they seem to share. A science experiment involving the lives of both human and Tofa weaves a story of hope and determination in the face of severe discrimination. The story jumps around a bit at first so it's hard to keep everything straight. I wished that there were lines or symbols that distinguished between scenes - but that could have been because I was reading an electronic copy rather than a hard copy. There are a lot of names to keep track of, but there is a helpful names list at the end of the book if you need it and you're reading a hard copy rather than the electronic copy (because on eBook readers, jumping around like that is a bit too much work, you can't just "flip to the back" like with a "real" book). This was a wonderful read that encourages the reader to explore what the definition of humanity really is.
  • Twin-Bred on Nov. 15, 2011

    This book is an interesting new concept all revolving around the idea of twins and the unique connection that they seem to share. A science experiment involving the lives of both human and Tofa weaves a story of hope and determination in the face of severe discrimination. The story jumps around a bit at first so it's hard to keep everything straight. I wished that there were lines or symbols that distinguished between scenes - but that could have been because I was reading an electronic copy rather than a hard copy. There are a lot of names to keep track of, but there is a helpful names list at the end of the book if you need it and you're reading a hard copy rather than the electronic copy (because on eBook readers, jumping around like that is a bit too much work, you can't just "flip to the back" like with a "real" book). This was a wonderful read that encourages the reader to explore what the definition of humanity really is.
  • The Messiah Clone on June 25, 2012

    Intriguing introduction that immediately drew me into the storyline! There were a few grammatical errors considering the quality of the story - otherwise, this would have easily earned 5 stars! There was plenty of action, interesting characters, and an intricate plot that really helped this eBook stand out from the crowd. While there are religious topics touched on, I don't feel that it ever got "preachy" or "judgmental" but fell more along the lines of The DaVinci Code with its exploration of the mystic. Great read, just needs a little editing!