Carolyn Brown

Biography

A longtime lover of Fantasy Novels I have decided to put pen to paper and create my own. Many years spent helping high school students write their assignments from years 8 to 12, has given me the experience to forge ahead with this dream! I live on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia and have shared some of the wonders of this area with you in my books. I am married with two teenage children, one studying at University the other in the Senior years of High School. I enjoy reading and writing and spending time relaxing on the beautiful beaches I live near, walking my dog and swimming.

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He Came For Mine, Book Two in 'The Protector Series'
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Series: The Protectors, Book 2. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 59,570. Language: English. Published: September 27, 2012. Category: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
Fending for herself for almost two years, Jazz worries she will never see Sebastian again. A new man enters her life, but does he holds a secret? Will Jazz trust him? ~~~~ Sebastian discovers an ancient ritual which must be performed on the Chosen One's son before his first birthday. He returns to Earth to find Jazz in the arms of another man. A man he knows very well. A man he doesn't trust!
He Came For Me! Book One in 'The Protector Series'
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Series: The Protectors, Book 1. Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 54,240. Language: English. Published: August 21, 2011. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Sci-Fi & fantasy
(3.60 from 5 reviews)
Jazz, driving on her way to TAFE one morning is passed by a gorgeous guy in a red Mazda Rx7. Caught at the stop lights ahead, she finds herself drawn to this stranger as he watches her in his rear view mirror. From the moment she meets him in person her life begins to change! Why does he always seem to be close by, could he be stalking her? Or was their meeting totally innocent?

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  • Werelove #2: Midnight Revelations on Nov. 15, 2012

    I really enjoyed the story of this book, but found the writing a little confusing in places. I found myself irritated by the events happening to the main character and was frustrated by her demure responses to the authority figures surrounding her, which I believe is the author Lakisha Spletzer’s intentions. You actually feel sorry for the main character and can’t help but wish she would run away from the many threats and boundaries her life designates. She is treated harshly and like a child by every adult surrounding her. The romance between Laylah and Donil, is a simple teenage love affair but is quite confusing as Donil seems to also interact with Laylah as though she is a child and unable to make her own choices. Living in the world of the future Laylah is unloved by her father and showcased like a prize asset, controlled and manipulated. She is also unaware of the real world surrounding her, which is filled with Were-creatures of all different species fighting for power and she seems to be the main puppet in their many business dealings. The end of the book leaves the reader hanging and wanting more as it finishes with an intense cliff hanger. I immediately picked up the second book Dusk Conspiracy to find out what was going to happen next.
  • Werelove #2: Midnight Revelations on Nov. 15, 2012

    I really enjoyed the story of this book, but found the writing a little confusing in places. I found myself irritated by the events happening to the main character and was frustrated by her demure responses to the authority figures surrounding her, which I believe is the author Lakisha Spletzer’s intentions. You actually feel sorry for the main character and can’t help but wish she would run away from the many threats and boundaries her life designates. She is treated harshly and like a child by every adult surrounding her. The romance between Laylah and Donil, is a simple teenage love affair but is quite confusing as Donil seems to also interact with Laylah as though she is a child and unable to make her own choices. Living in the world of the future Laylah is unloved by her father and showcased like a prize asset, controlled and manipulated. She is also unaware of the real world surrounding her, which is filled with Were-creatures of all different species fighting for power and she seems to be the main puppet in their many business dealings. The end of the book leaves the reader hanging and wanting more as it finishes with an intense cliff hanger. I immediately picked up the second book Dusk Conspiracy to find out what was going to happen next.
  • Werelove #1: Dusk Conspiracy on Nov. 15, 2012

    Believing this to be the second edition to the series I was disappointed to learn it was a re-edited version of the first book Midnight Relations, with a little more of the darker secrets revealed. This version gives the reader a little more insight into the dealings behind the scenes of the main characters (Laylah’s) life, which unfortunately impact upon her. Dusk Conspiracy ends in exactly the same way as the first book, Midnight Relations – with a jaw dropping cliff hanger and the reader wanting more.
  • Desolate (Desolation #2) on April 04, 2013

    'Desolate', Book Two of Desolation, by Ali Cross continues Desolation's story as she struggles with the two sides of her inner self - light and dark! A mixture of Greek mythology, angels and demons, this paranormal story brings readers into a new realm as the sides of good and evil try to persuade Desolation to 'Become.' Trying to understand her love for Michael and her driving need to be loved by her father, Loki, the Lord of Darkness, Desolation is caught up in a personal struggle to decide whether to follow her lighter side or to delve deeper into the darkness within her. I have been swept into the fantasy world of this series and have found myself caught up in Desolation's struggle to follow the path before her. Readers who like to be entranced by the fight between good and evil and enjoy stories about Angels and Demons will find this book an interesting read.
  • Fighting Gravity on April 06, 2013

    Cherie Reich has put together another great sci-fi adventure in 'Fighting Gravity', the second book in her series, Gravity, with the tale of Phoebus and Marissa, as they fight for survival. First the two band together to escape the clutches of a group of vigilantly Earthlings, only to find they have to battle an Aresian battalion, sent by Phoebus's mother to extract his father's Daimon, a Symbian paired with Phoebus which also battles for control. Marissa takes a chance to save a lone survivor of a space crash and finds the world she once knew is a turmoil of lost souls. She and Phoebus find love as they work together to survive on the surface of a ravaged Earth, fighting for their lives against many foes. This sci-fi fantasy brings an interesting mix of love, friendship, trust and betrayal in a futuristic setting on Earth, where the two lost beings find one another and are brought together in a tale of their survival.
  • Jewels on April 11, 2013

    Set in Earth's future this sci-fi adventure/ romance, Jewels, written by Lakisha Spletzer, is an interesting read. Taking readers into a very different future for Earth. One filled with telepathy, military rule (Psi-Ops), advanced technology and caught up in a war between two alien races. The Gatoen Empire, (a race of feline creatures) and a wolf species similar to werewolves from the Lupinious Nation. Jewel, the MC in this story, is a valuable commodity for Earth's telepathic military. She has never known freedom, being brought up by the authorities and used as a weapon because of her abilities. Her only contacts in her life, have been her "Anchors," who help to ground her abilities and keep her in check and her doctor. She finds a connection, which evolves into love, in an alien feline man, when her new mission involves being part of the greeting party to welcome the Gatoen Empire to Earth, in Dex, the prince of the visiting aliens. Jewels is a mix of deception, a struggle for power between different factions and is entwined inside a love story as the telepaths band together to save Earth. This refreshingly, intriguing story is a fun read.
  • Jewels on April 11, 2013

    Set in Earth's future this sci-fi adventure/ romance, Jewels, written by Lakisha Spletzer, is an interesting read. Taking readers into a very different future for Earth. One filled with telepathy, military rule (Psi-Ops), advanced technology and caught up in a war between two alien races. The Gatoen Empire, (a race of feline creatures) and a wolf species similar to werewolves from the Lupinious Nation. Jewel, the MC in this story, is a valuable commodity for Earth's telepathic military. She has never known freedom, being brought up by the authorities and used as a weapon because of her abilities. Her only contacts in her life, have been her "Anchors," who help to ground her abilities and keep her in check and her doctor. She finds a connection, which evolves into love, in an alien feline man, when her new mission involves being part of the greeting party to welcome the Gatoen Empire to Earth, in Dex, the prince of the visiting aliens. Jewels is a mix of deception, a struggle for power between different factions and is entwined inside a love story as the telepaths band together to save Earth. This refreshingly, intriguing story is a fun read.
  • Intuition on April 11, 2013

    This short book is a prelude to Intangable and begins the story of Luke and his sister Sera, who both have abilities, which they try to hide from the world. In Intuition, Luke has a vision of the future which he hopes will not occur, but unfortunately, his visions always happen. He is left hoping to change the future and to stop this vision from playing out! This short paranormal story gives an insight into Luke's uncertainty regarding his abilities and builds the background to his and his sister's relationship. I found that I was left intrigued and wanting to read more, which of course is this books purpose.
  • Hera on April 11, 2013

    Hera is a short novella, by Chrystalla Thoma,which devulges some of the secrets of the Gulta race, of which Hera was born and pinpoints the time and reasons why she started to question the ideals she was meant to follow. It explains the reasons why Hera joined the resistance and became a vital ally to Elei, and compliments the other two novels, Rex Rising and Rex Cresting.
  • Mantis on April 15, 2013

    Mantis, by Chrystalla Thoma is a short novella telling the story of a boy called Mantis, who although he is not a main character in Elei's Chronicles, is an important piece in the puzzle of the main story. This novella gives the reader of Elei's Chronicles knowledge and information relative to the story and is an interesting short read, containing information about the world, where this sci-fi adventure takes place. I found it an enjoyable, enlightening read.
  • Mortal Obligation on April 15, 2013

    Book One, in the Dark Betrayal Trilogy, Mortal Obligation, by Nicole Chase is a fascinating young adult, paranormal read. I was swept into Ree McKenna's very different life, as she and her friends receive powers from the gods, to battle an ancient foe from another world, who threatens the existence of Earth. Filled with many twists, readers will find the storyline of Mortal Obligation, unpredictable as they follow Ree's path. At the start of the book it would be easy to think that this was a vampire or ghost story, but with an original concept, Chase has created a unique read.
  • Questing Beast on May 13, 2013

    This short sci-fi story, by Ilona Andrews, is a fun read. The Questing Beast, is set on a distant planet, where Sean Kozlov; head of a team of scientists, is awaiting the arrival of the Committee, which will be visiting, to view his team's final data, collected from two years of research. Unfortunately, for Sean and his team a virus has attacked their computer system and the data could be permanently lost. This is a wacky story, filled with very strange happenings and imaginative creatures. I wouldn't be surprised if Ilona was experiencing a drug induced high; when she wrote this story, but this being said, it really is a quick, fun read!
  • Rex Rising (Elei's Chronicles, #1) on May 13, 2013

    Rex Rising is the first installment of Elei's Chronicles by Crystalla Thoma, and is a fast paced sci-fi, telling the story of Elei, who is running for his life after his boss and mother figure is murdered in an attack, which takes place in front of his eyes. They story is set in the future where food and water is scarce and a race of women rule society, with a heavy hand. The people of this world are kept poor and almost destitute, while the ruling race live in luxury. Unbeknown to Elei, he holds the key to the future of this world as he desperately flees from his persuers. I found the book a great read and the story quite unique. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes intrigue, sci-fi and espionage, packed into a mysterious setting.
  • Zombie Nights on June 15, 2013

    Zombie Nights, by Tom Lichtenberg has an appealing charm, but is a thriller with twists. It tells the tale of Dave Connor's. Poor Dave was murdered by a gang of no good thugs, and left in a shallow grave in a park, dead! Of course Dave rises and becomes a Zombie, but not the Walking Dead type, he is a little different. Dave expresses to readers how a Zombie feels, thinks, moves, etc. It is quite a different perspective on the world of Zombies. He finds a place to live with his Uncle, when he just turns up at the door one night and his Uncle helps him to learn human traits once again. I really enjoyed this very unique Zombie experience and would suggest for any Zombie fans out there to give it a go!