Anna-Marie Coomber

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Smashwords book reviews by Anna-Marie Coomber

  • In Too Deep on June 11, 2013

    Absolutely Brilliant. I knew I wld like it when I found out Fallon was a tattoo artist who rode a Harley! I wanted to be her then, but when she turns out to be a druid kick arse woman & I definitely wanted to be her. This book has everything I love. Magic, evil Vampires & more importantly one very sexy Werewolf. I loved it from start to finish & was very upset when I did finish it. I'm very happy to know that there will be more in this series. Brandy has a lovely writing style & her Sex scenes are HOT! If you enjoy Paranormal Romance you will Love this.
  • In a Heartbeat on June 28, 2013

    This was lovely. When I first started it, I admit, I was a bit worried that it was going to be a bit depressing. How wrong I was. This is a beautiful story about Stella Quinn. A young woman who has had her fair share of tragedy & is in remission from Liver Cancer. She decides to go visit her cousin Lisa in Genoa, Italy, where she meets Max. Their story is heartwarming & very emotional. I found myself crying my eyes out on more than one occasion, but also laughing out loud at genuine affection & fun from the other people in the little group of Lisa's friends (Beppe & Gina) Very well written & thre topic of Cancer was covered perfectly & with compassion. This is well worth reading. I cant wait for book 2
  • Blue Moon (The Blue Crystal Trilogy) Book One on April 08, 2014

    I was hooked on this story from the first few pages. Emily Morgan is a normal 17 year old, plodding on with her life. Then she meets Violet & Theo de Lucis. They are both extremely beautiful & have a glow about them. There seems to be an extreme connection between Theo & Emily. Emily is drawn into their glamorous & strange world. It had me on the edge of my seat & I had to force myself to put it down to go to sleep. The characters were extremely likeable. Pat Spence has a great way of describing scenes, so that you really feel like you are there & experiencing events with the characters. I am so looking forward to #2