Courtney Robichaux

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Smashwords book reviews by Courtney Robichaux

  • Centaur Legacy on Dec. 12, 2012

    I could not put this book down!!! I really don't think my review will do it justice but I'll try. It is an amazing sequel to Blood Debt! I'm so glad Cami finally realized her gifts and is becoming such a strong girl and Centauride. She really grew a lot in this book. She's more sure of herself and of her love for Drake. You can just feel the love between them radiating off the page. Oh and I'm very happy for Beau! I don't want to spoil it for anyone, but he's so sweet and my heart melted a little. I like that we'll get to learn a little more about each of her brothers in the next few books. I also missed Gage and Bianca but I'm glad they'll be a lot more involved in the next book, too. This book had a ton of action and answered many of my questions from Blood Debt. I felt so many things while reading: excitement, nervousness, frustration, anger, joy, hope, and contentment. It was a mix of emotions but overall, I'm just so happy to have read this book and to know that the story will continue next year!
  • Under A Painted Sky on March 13, 2013

    I really enjoyed this author's debut novel about love and mystery in New Mexico. The way she described the scenery was mesmerizing! I can just picture the beautiful sky, see the colorful hot air balloons, and feel the warm sun on my skin. I can smell and taste the peppery food and feel the breeze while watching the vivid sunset. I can see the Native Americans selling their beautiful masterpieces on the sidewalk. This is a big part of what made the book fun to read! I want to vacation there now! I also loved all of the adorable dates that Logan took Isabella on! Logan is every girl's dream guy. He's protective, handsome, sweet, thoughtful, and a true gentleman. He's exactly the type of guy Isabella needed after her heartbreaking divorce. There are a few reasons I gave this 4 stars instead of 5. Parts of the book were a little too descriptive and you really notice it with "I" in first person. I also liked the relationship between Logan and Isabella so much that I wanted more conversations instead of descriptions of Isabella's feelings. The paranormal aspect of the novel was written so well that I wanted more of that too! I'm really looking forward to seeing what these Spirit Warriors will experience next with the petroglyphs. I'm also very interested to find out more about Cheveyo's story, his past, and his culture. I hope he finds love in the Land of Enchantment, too!