Starla Slater


This profile is made for reviewing others' books and for publishing free works for my friends, family, and students--all of whom use pen names.


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Smashwords book reviews by Starla Slater

  • Bella Donna on Aug. 06, 2013

    I loved this story. The magical element was fun and the end was a tear jerker. A great read.
  • Hey! Romantic Vampire. Stop it. on Aug. 06, 2013

    This book was odd. I was interested since it seemed it may be a satire, then it was about a tortoise and a hare that were vampires. Very odd.
  • Captured (The Captive Series Book 1) on Aug. 06, 2013

    Character and setting seemed to be like the Hunger Games, only with Vampires. Okay for Teen book.
  • The Mating: The Original Law of the Lycans Story on Aug. 06, 2013

    I've been reading this book and am nearly done. So surprised at how good it is for a free book. This author truly loves to write and it shows in her work. Thank you for the great books!
  • A Slave to Desire on Feb. 24, 2014

    Nice read with a bit of a surprise in it which wouldn't be for everyone ;)
  • Thirst (Ava Delaney #1) on Feb. 24, 2014

    Even though there were some mistakes in conventions, like using the word "that" a lot, and tons of "ly" words, the characters and story drew me in and kept me reading. Very good indie author.
  • Fifty Shades of Neigh on June 27, 2014

    This book was funny at first but after a while it starts to read like a real long rage out on the Fifty-Shades and Twilight series, neither of which I cared for. It would be nice if there was something else available from this author since there is a humor in her writing which has the potential to tell a great story. If you are a fan of hating Fifty Shades, this is the book for you.
  • Amelia and Lucius, A New Love on July 13, 2014

    Fast enjoyable read. I like how it reads like a contemporary romance but has the flair of the vampire love interest in it. Makes it fun for many romance readers.
  • Freelance Saga: Learning Curves on July 30, 2014

    Reads like I'm watching an anime about a guy in a video game like world. This is a great start to a unique series. I would recommend it to anyone who likes video games, anime, or the supernatural. I would have gave five stars except it needs a bit of editing for conventions, otherwise this is an awesome A+ story!