House Of Consequence

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Lost in the revelry of her thoughts, she did not hear the footsteps approaching in the warm sand. A shadow fell over her and she stiffened. She thought she knew who it was because there was only one other person near her, right? Then, a second shadow fell over her and Geneviève knew something was terribly wrong. More

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About Nienna Luinwe

Nienna Luinwe began her story telling as a young child with a vivid imagination and the gift of gab. She entertained herself and her sister with imaginative stories of action and adventure. She began writing down her short stories when she was a Senior in High School. Now she is very excited to introduce her very first novel. Feel free to visit her Facebook page or send her a message at Nienna.Luinwe@att.net.

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Review by: R.J. Minnick on May 4, 2014 :
House of Consequences is the first in a series and the first novel by Nienna Luinwe.

The DeGaul family is extensive, wealthy, powerful, and full of secrets. One secret in particular puts young Genevieve at risk of harm from old enemies who carry a long, hateful grudge. The book moves along quickly, and the plot is sufficiently convoluted to keep the reader guessing. Luinwe’s characters are engaging if not fully drawn.

I found this book to be entertaining, but suffering from incomplete editing, which distracted from my pleasure. There were numerous proofreading errors, but also an overabundance of narration. When the author gets fully into a scene with action and sufficient dialogue, the book reads much more easily. The characters breathe better and become more real. The scenes connect better. Taking the time to write more fully would lengthen the novel to a more comfortable length, too. In addition, it would help if the characters could settle into either French or English patterns of speech, rather than a mixture of both. If the author can solve these problems with her next book, she will be on her way to creating an intriguing and entertaining series.
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