Tianna Holley lives outside of Atlanta with her husband and children and has always been an avid reader of fantasy novels. She began writing poetry and short stories in her youth but did not pursue her passion for writing until later in life.
Although her writing tends to have strong violence and romance, she considers herself a PG-13 writer. Her novels do not contain curse words, and her sexual content is limited to heated kissing. You can learn more about her writing style in one of her blog posts at http://tiannaholley.com/being-a-pg-13-author-in-an-erotica-world/
She enjoys talking to her readers and offers free Skype chats to book clubs that have read her writing.
When she's not typing on her laptop or running after her children, she can usually be found in her kitchen baking and teaching others how to cook with healthy and natural ingredients.
You can learn more about Tianna and sign up for her monthly newsletter to receive exclusive insights into her current work in progress by going to http://www.tiannaholley.com.
Elen Tabita Bertoldi
on Nov. 10, 2015 :
"This is one very interesting book because you can't predict much from the synopsis and when the story begins to unfold you feel as curious as ever to discover what is happening to the protagonist and what more is about to happen to her.
The whole scenery is enchanting to imagine and I do appreciate a healthy dose of fantasy, paranormal, romance and even some fast paced action and discoveries, both physical and mental. It's easy to like the characters and to read as much as I could.
Even though there seems to be a love triangle, I didn't feel frustrated with it and I even felt as confused in my feelings towards both guys like Alissia.
I like Alissia's personality and how she never really gives up when she has an objective in mind. She's a very determined and strong woman and I like that she wants to be able to protect herself and be in charge of her new future, one she never expected to have.
It's not always that I get to read something that brings contrary feelings in me. I want to read as fast as I can to see what happens but not wanting to get to the end of the book, and this is one of them. Great read!
(review of free book)