Jeannie Christo

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Smashwords book reviews by Jeannie Christo

  • Thunderstorm on Nov. 21, 2012

    Completely sucked into this book....and that is no pun towards the vampires involved. Everyone, religious or not, has heard the major stories of the Bible....Adam and Eve, Cain and Abel, and Samson and Delilah. This book is an incredible spin off those stories. Main characters Dika and Chrome are amazing. As Dika who views herself as plain an ordinary in comparison to her sisters is adored by her dragon Chrome. Any woman would consider herself blessed and lucky to be described as Chrome describes Dika. This book is action packed and now I am thoroughly disappointed that I have to wait for the next installments.
  • Say Goodbye on Dec. 07, 2012

    Military men are a breed of their own. Honorable to a fault for when Senior Master Sergeant John Paxton was given an order he obeyed even when he didn't fully understand the mission. John Paxton was a Pararescue Jumper and now a Pararescue Jumper Instructor. His adventure began and his life could change forever the moment General Reed and Colonel Ward walked into his office. Given absolutely no time to call family or let his wife and children know he was leaving, John was ordered to go on a somewhat sketchy rescue mission in Yugoslovia. Everything about this mission was questionable including the man he was to be traveling with, McMurphy. The basis of the mission is to fly into Yugoslovia find and rescue the Stealth Fighter pilot. Oh and don't ask too many questions because he certainly won't get many answers. Everything started going awry and becoming more and more questionable from the moment he accepted the mission. It is one mishap and adventure after another. Every turn leads to another suspense. Jump in and hold on for a crazy ride. **Robert did an excellent job with character development. The story line was well thought of but at times I did have to flip back and forth to stay with parts of the story. There were several situations going on at the same time in different parts of the world. All in all the book was very interesting and it is not my typical genre that I read. I also do not have an understanding of many things military but was able to follow what was going on. It is suspense and leaves the reader wanting more!!!!