Sharon Mc Govern

Biography

Avid book reader, love most music, would love long walks on the beach if I didn't have to walk, love most animals, like most foods, have quirky sence of humor and checking out the possibiliy of becoming free lance proof reader - editor. Am Leo on the cusp of Virgo with most all the best and worst characteristics of both. All I need now is to lose about 150 lbs. :)

Books

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Smashwords book reviews by Sharon Mc Govern

  • The Peacekeepers, Some Gave All. Book 2. on Aug. 22, 2010

    All the drama, suspense, martial arts action and romance you can want in a book. rsmquilts
  • The Peacekeepers. Liberty or Death. Book 3. on Aug. 22, 2010

    Excellent sequel to Book 2. rsmquilts
  • The Peacekeepers, Eternal Vigilance. Book 4. on Aug. 22, 2010

    I love Ricky's writing style. It keeps me on the edge of my seat....literaly! rsmquils
  • The Peacekeepers. Descent into Madness. Book 5. on Aug. 22, 2010

    I can't believe more people haven't read this author! He is top notch. His facts are well researched and believable. rsmquilts
  • The Peacekeepers. The Citadel. Book 6. on Aug. 22, 2010

    OMG! This was the best ever! I am waiting for Book 7 with baited breath! rsmquilts
  • Desperate Times on Sep. 12, 2010
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    I'm an appoliptic novel addict. Why? Because I really think "end times" are not that far in the future. This novel was a good one. Surely there will be a sequel! R. Sharon Mc Govern rsmquilts@aol.com
  • The Peacekeepers. Book 7. Oh Say Can You Seeā€¦ on Sep. 13, 2010

    This is the best book yet that Ricky Sides has written. Lots of action, romance, adventure, and suspence. All facets of book seem well researched. Would reommend to anyone; man or woman. Sharon rsmquilts@aol.com
  • The Keeping on Sep. 15, 2010

    An exciting book. The author is adept at weaving verble pictures. This is an adults' book. Not recommended for underaged young people. No cursing but does contain erotica. I liked it more than I expected to. I'm going to read "The Mating" now. Sharon Mc Govern rsmquilts@aol.com
  • The Mating (The original Law of the Lycans story) on Sep. 16, 2010

    Hello again Nicky Charles! Just finished "The Mating". Loved it. Like "The Keeping" it has lots of good stuff. These two books have shown a side to "lycans" that was unexpected for me. Nothing any more evil than human averice (spelling?). Am looking forward to more and more of your work. Soon I hope? R. Sharon Mc Govern rsmquilts@aol.com
  • Rainbow Heart on Sep. 22, 2010

    I really liked this story. It has flavor, and romance. I hope to see more of the same genre from K.E. Rodgers. Sharon Mc Govern rsmquilts@aol.com
  • A Second Chance on Oct. 26, 2010

    I have just finished reading "A Second Chance" and was surprised to discover the book had ended. Amy has lead quite a life and her little grand-son is just getting started. Surely there is more to come? Amy is about the age of my maternal grand-mother and Ms Parkinson's books have been a great help to kind of get to know Grandmother Ewing. The Victorian age is so starkly different to the life of the average woman today. "A Second Chance" should be read by all woman of all ages to understand how fortunate we are these days. It will startle and astound the reader. Looking forward to further adventures of Amy, Sarah and Eddie.
  • Settling the Account (Promises to Keep: Book 3) on Oct. 26, 2010

    Finished reading. Continuing with next book. This one was as good as the previous one. R. Sharon Mc Govern rsmquilts@aol.com
  • A Second Chance on Oct. 26, 2010

    Oh Ms Parkinson, I forgot to place my signature on my review. R. Sharon Mc Govern rsmquilts@aol.com
  • Mud and Gold (Promises to Keep: Book 2) on Oct. 26, 2010

    Awesome read! NEXT! R. Sharon Mc Govern rsmquilts@aol.com
  • Disembodied Bones on Nov. 26, 2010

    This book is a wonderful mix of contemporary mystery, supernatural, romance and riddles. Enjoyable reading; a real page turner. Well worth reading. The cajun and creole people are warm, loving and tend to being mystical. In my personal experience they sometimes remind me of the "Roma" people. If you haven't read the previous novel "Veiled Eyes" you've missed a real jewel.
  • Veiled Eyes on Nov. 26, 2010

    Gosh! I found this to be a "page turner". It contains, mystery, romance, suspence and has a supernatural bent. If the cajun and creole cultures interest you, you will love this book. No time wasted reading this.
  • Bubba and the Dead Woman on Nov. 27, 2010

    "Holy crap! I mean carp"! Best dern book I have ever read bar none! I laughed most of the way through it. It is a rare author that can weave up a piece of readin' material so convoluted and liberly mixed with suspence, humor, mystery, romance and history! I have lived in the general area of the geographical settin' of the story for several years and truly appreciate the author's efforts to entertain her readers. Don't miss it! Sharon Mc Govern
  • The Way Home on Dec. 16, 2010

    I loved this book and expect to feel the same about anything this author writes. While there were a few typos, they did not detrack from the wonderful characters and story. "Old family" southern ladies are well represented as is the romance of the south. I laughed, sighed and cried. Ms Morgan keep up the exceptionally good work.
  • The Quick and the Unholy on Dec. 17, 2010

    Wow! That was a very intertaining read. Just didn't last long enough. I am partial to Native American spiritual and paranormal content. Looking forward to more.
  • Claws on Dec. 29, 2010

    Wow! I have read nearly all of the works of Ricky Sides and this most recent novel is totally different than anything he has previously produced. It is a horror story that will keep you turning the pages until you come to the end. Be sure to read it. You will be surprised if you have read his other books. He may even come to be identified with authors such as: Robin Cook, Steven King, and James Patterson.
  • The Chronicles of Gan: The Thorn on Jan. 02, 2011

    Not a lot of fancy words, but I loved this book. I am looking forward to Mr. Fraley's next novel.
  • Silver Moon (Moon Trilogy Part III) on Jan. 07, 2011

    Excellent! As good as the first two books in the Moon Trilogy. But now CL is going to have to write a new series regarding "the litter". At least I certainly hope so.
  • Sea of Dreams on Jan. 08, 2011

    Wow! Holy Cow! Great gobs of goose greece! This is the best apocalyptic novel I have read in a long time! It just BEGS for a sequel. Don't miss it!
  • An Accidental Bond: Book 1 of The Engle on Jan. 19, 2011

    A fresh breeze in a stuffy room. Your book "An Accidental Bond" is refreshingly different and entertaining. Though you really should go back through and do some editing. I'm really looking forward to "An Inherent Bond".
  • Riders on the Rez on Jan. 28, 2011

    This may have been written for a child but I thouroughly enjoyed it myself. Only one thing wrong with it. It ended too soon. I eagerly look forward to more.
  • The City of Love on Feb. 27, 2011

    Oh boy! This book is a great picker upper. If you are discouraged with society of today, read this book. The characters are great and the story is warm with love. Would have no problem giving to a child to read.
  • Sub-Prime (The Love In A Hopeless Place Collection) on July 09, 2011

    Gee. Just enough to get your attention. Would like to have been able to read more. Well written. A little strange; but then isn't the whole of humanity?
  • Rojuun on Jan. 27, 2012

    I just finished this book. I really appreciate Mr. Carroll's style of writing and the humor his works contain. I have just purchased the "Willden Trilogy" and am looking forward to "finishing" the adventure. rsmquilts@aol.com