James Henderson

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Smashwords book reviews by James Henderson

  • Armageddon Z (Stone Soldiers #6) on March 27, 2014

    Another great sequel in the Stone Soldiers series and at a great price to boot.. It was nice to see a fresh perspective on the zombie franchise.
  • That's What Friends Are For on March 27, 2014

    This is an excellent short story. The story line did not bog down into a syrupy love story, but maintained my interest to “turn the page” and keep reading. The love scenes do detract from the story which, to me, is very important.
  • Daddy Games on March 27, 2014

    An excellent short story in the Erotica genre. The sex scenes were exciting and not overly “wordy” and with a surprise ending that actually made me laugh out loud. Well worth the price of admission.
  • The Milf's Lucky Intern on March 27, 2014

    Another excellent short story in the Erotica genre from my go to author in the field. The storyline is definitely not from the cookie cutter MILF format but is well thought out and exciting to read.
  • Stone Soldiers: City of Bones on March 28, 2014

    An excellent short story in the continuing adventures of the Stone Soldiers.
  • Lust, Trust & Stilettos on April 22, 2014

    An excellent short story in the paranormal genre. The story follows a vampire bodyguard tasked with protecting a computer programmer from an insane vampire groupie and the romance that occurs between protector and protectee. Fast paced with no lag in story.
  • The Huntress on May 07, 2014

    An excellent sci-fi adventure. The story surrounds an escaped convict on his way to execution, a bounty hunter with a (sort of) heart of gold and an orphaned girl looking for a family. The hunter offers the convict a chance at a new life, love and a family.
  • A Chick, A Dick and a Witch Walk Into a Barn... on June 17, 2014

    A really enjoyable short story involving a Hungarian immigrant private eye wannabe, a voodoo witch and a bunch of chickens. What more could you ask for? A sequel.
  • No Strings on Sep. 04, 2014

    A really nice, romantic novel. Not overly wordy but written in a manner that will keep you up late to finish. No descriptive love scenes but still spicy enough to keep it interesting.