K. R. Rowe
K. R. Rowe spent her childhood in Chattanooga, and later relocated to East Ridge, Tennessee. Her father was born and raised near Tellico Plains, in the heart of Tennessee’s tract of the Appalachian Mountains. With her mother’s South Carolina heritage, her southern roots run deep. From a very young age, her overpowering love of the mountains continues to draw her to them. When not tied to her desk, her free time with her family is often spent enjoying any activity that can take her far from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and into the peace of the forest.
She started writing Amber and Blue in February 2012 and published the novel on October 3rd at Smashwords.com. On October 4th, she self published to Amazon as well. Currently she is working on Amber and Blue II-Victory, set to be complete in 2013.
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Amber and Blue
by K. R. Rowe
(5.00 from 3 reviews)
Alex was just an adventurous kid when he saved a young girl’s life. Years later, sudden bouts of recurring nightmares drove him to find her, only to have her ripped from his life by a lunatic. He was forced to call on a criminal for help. Was his love strong enough to protect her once more? Not from the grip of the madman who took her, but from the arms of the criminal who saved her
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Smashwords book reviews by K. R. Rowe
on Feb. 17, 2014
The cover of this book has been creeping me out for quite some time and I have really wanted to read it. I was pleasantly surprised to find that it was a short story and I was able to read it in one evening. I almost stopped reading in the middle because I was getting a little freaked out and afraid I wouldn't be able to sleep, but that is exactly what this book is supposed to do.
It totally delivered. I kept reading.
A woman alone with her children in a big house, a husband late from work—these things alone are enough play on the fears of every mother, but then the situation turned from simple unease to horrific. Without giving anything away, I can say that the ceiling crawling scene was frightening and very nicely done!
There were a few grammatical errors but it did not take away from enjoyment of this book.
The teaser chapter at the end for Paulie 2 left me anxiously waiting for the next installment.
Well done M.A. Myers. Now hurry with book #2!
I give this one 5 stars