Fiona Wilson


I'm a nanny in Scotland, work in Edinburgh. Have loved reading for as long as I can remember. I'm getting very into paranormal romance books just now, but also love reading thriller, romance, erotica and many more. I'm always on the lookout for new authors to follow. I have a huge stack of ebooks on my ipad but there's always room for more!

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Smashwords book reviews by Fiona Wilson

  • Mobster's Girl on Jan. 11, 2013

    Hadn't realised this was a Young Adult book when I was gifted it to read and review. However this wasn't a problem as I enjoy reading these kind of books. The story is basically a love story between 2 young people who really shouldn't be together as they have nothing in common. Or at least that is what we are led to believe. I liked the fact the author shared some Italian words, their translation and also correct way to pronounce them. I enjoyed the 2 different perspectives in the story from each of the main characters. It was nice to see how the characters were feeling about each other immediately rather than wait till later in the story, or by just imagining how they felt. Maybe it's because I didn't over think the story, but I didn't see the twist coming until it hit me in the face! There are a few things though which I didn't like. The book isn't the longest I have read, just as the story was getting exciting it ended. The grammar/spelling isn't the best at times and I'm afraid that is something which is important to me, I do appreciate good grammar and spelling. It would have been nice to have seen a bit more of the romance and how they fall for each other. All in all this is a good read, and I am off now to buy the second one!
  • Captivated, A Talented Novella (Talented Saga #3.5) on April 08, 2013

    This is a short story, well actually 4 short stories, giving us an insight into several moments in the lives of Talia and Erik, 2 of my favourite characters from the Talented Saga. This saga contains 4 books so far, with a fifth due out this summer, all of which I have previously read and reviewed. This is not a standalone novella, you need to have read the full length books in order to fully appreciate what the author shares with us in these stories. The first of these short stories is from Talia's point of view, and is of her final fight in the trials she had to go through in order to become a Hunter for Toxic. It is also the first time she meets Erik. The second of the stories is one we don't know about from the previous novels, because Talia wasn't told about it! Following Talia being admitted to hospital after finally meeting Ian Crane, Erik manages to spend just 5 minutes with her, and agrees not to contact her again following a short conversation with the Director. Again we return to Talia's point of view for the third story. In this one Mac has agreed that Erik can come and visit, staying in their house, and spend some time with Talia. Mac isn't altogether happy about it, and shows it in how he speaks to Erik. But Erik is oblivious as he has planned a lovely surprise for Talia. It is so sweet in its simplicity, but exactly what Talia needs at the time. Oh my! The fourth story - now that has me excited. I won't give anything away, but suffice to say it is from Erik's point of view, and it gives a hint as to what comes next - in Created, the next book in the series. I cannot wait. These short stories have me hungry for more!
  • Desperado on March 18, 2014

    This is a very quick read but with a lot packed into its pages. A family on a weekend camping trip, a campfire and ghost stories, and a tale from many years ago. Is the story truth or fiction? That is for you to decide. A definite good read with the chill factor.