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Avery is a soon-to-be #1 New York Times bestelling author of erotica paranormal and contemporary romance. She lives in the glorious mountains of Iowa with her incredibly supportive online team and her beloved animals.
Avery began writing long before the exposition of her most famous title to date, Captive. Writing has always been her passion and creating creatures with no true name and the women that fall for them is what she considers a great way to live. When not writing, Avery is reading. Her idea of heaven is a whole day of nothing and well... maybe a good cup of Joe.
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Avery Duncan reads all mail, but due to the volume she receives, she is not always able to respond -- although she appreciates all the kindness and support every one of her fans give!
-Credit goes to Crymcyn-
on Feb. 18, 2014 :
If you enjoy horrid grammar; numerous spelling errors, confusing and unclear parts throughout the story, this book is definitely for you! Though the most of the book is fairly thought out, the author puts in zero effort to edit her work, and leaves readers struggling to find the right word to describe some of the most important parts during the book. I've bought books for less with better entertainment value. The emotional stake of the book was completely under written. The traumatic experiences are down played by the female lead, and completely unrealistic. I give the author a C for trying. Honestly though, I would say it is an over priced, less than mediocre, piece of work. This one story has put me off from reading further works from the author. This story goes to show, one so young, should stay clear from issues such as those she writes about.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
on June 18, 2013 :
well, ive read it all now and I think its awesome, well done, loved it o.o
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
Angel Gail Rose
on May 23, 2013 :
I haven't finished it yet, but the story is very emotional and engaging. I must warn you, there are tons of grammar/spelling mistakes...that being said, the story is worth reading if you can look past that. Basically it should really be just the rough draft version of the story and needs editing. But for $5, I think it tackles the deep emotional issues quite well so far...maybe I should wait to review it when I'm done, but quite frankly I'm afraid I will forget to do so.
(reviewed the day of purchase)