Connie Dash

Smashwords book reviews by Connie Dash

  • The Kinshield Legacy on March 11, 2011

    Only complaint I have is that the book didnt go on forever!! Loved it, and will be reading more from this author!
  • Sole Sacrifice on April 16, 2011

    Very much enjoyed a little history of Sithral Tyr from the Kinshield Legacy. Great short story while waiting for the next chapter in the series. Very recommended!
  • Love Means Nothin' on April 22, 2011

    Great story! How love and friendship, and determination will lead people to each other! I fully enjoyed this romance. From the beautiful naive southern gal, wanting to deny her feelings and stand on her own, to the jet setting pro-sports hero that saves her from the world and her family! A true love story, versus a lust story!
  • Touchdowns And Potions on April 25, 2011

    You dont have to understand football to follow the play by play of Quarterback Andy and no-nonsense real-estate Jenna. His determination to win her love, her refusal to believe him and the hilarious involvement of a well intended, meddling old woman had me laughing out loud! A wonderful book by Markee Anderson that your sure to enjoy.
  • All For Aaron on April 30, 2011

    What would you do for your child? Especially a child with autism. Mom Kelly puts her life completely on hold due to an insane divorce decree from her controlling and crooked ex-husband! When she meets a wonderfully talented teacher at her son's new school, will she be able to stay under her ex-husband's radar and keep her son out of an institution? This book touched home for me as I have a child with autism and I celebrated, cried, and laughed with this book. Well written and a great read that will have you realizing that a mom will do anything for her child!
  • Fall Leaves and the Black Dragon on Jan. 30, 2013

    I could not put this book down!! I truly enjoyed this novel to the point that I stayed up most of the night to finish it! Seamless transitions between scenes, great point of view writing kept the book focused and moving at a good pace and left me unable to find a good point to put the book down, so I just kept reading! The trama of a young boy (Willy) manifests into nightmares that continue thru his childhood. As the terrors of the night start to pool over into daytime during waking hours, Willy hides his terrors from everyone. Until he confesses to his best friend. As Willy grows thru childhood, him and Kenny look for explanations to the terrors.... fires, dragons, ghosts... and little plastic army men. Answers will be found, if they can keep the courage to look for them. I was not disappointed with the imagination of the author. If you like Steven King or Dean Koontz... you will enjoy this novel too.