Kathryn Parson

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Smashwords book reviews by Kathryn Parson

  • Dream Catcher, Heart Listener on July 27, 2012
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    I enjoyed this short story of Michaela. She's blind. But she can see... in her dreams. A mysterious young man has found her in her dreams and introduces her to wonderful and amazing colors and a new way to see life. The story quickly moves along, you learn the meaning behind the title of the book, and smile at the young love beginning to blossom. Ms. Schulze has begun a paranormal tale of young love, promise and some intrigue, in this short story. You will enjoy her descriptive powers of colors she brings to you into the paranormal world of a young lady.
  • Dream Catcher, Heart Listener on July 27, 2012

    I enjoyed this short story of Michaela. She's blind. But she can see... in her dreams. A mysterious young man has found her in her dreams and introduces her to wonderful and amazing colors and a new way to see life. The story quickly moves along, you learn the meaning behind the title of the book, and smile at the young love beginning to blossom. Ms. Schulze has begun a paranormal tale of young love, promise and some intrigue, in this short story. You will enjoy her descriptive powers of colors she brings to you into the paranormal world of a young lady.
  • Darkness Comes on Jan. 10, 2013

    I'm still in a quandary on what to say about this story. I was very excited to get it free from the author in a contest, but it really didn't live up to the synopsis given. There are lots of grammatical errors which made it very hard at times to read. You would get stalled, have to fix the meaning in your head, and continue on. There is lots of jumping around in the story which at times gets confusing because you don't know who's memories you are seeing. All in all, I can't truly recommend this story farther than a 2.5... just made me want to get through with it and be done. OH.. and for those that are thinking this is vampire erotica... it takes over half the story to actually get to the hotness in the relationship (not including the teasers in dream sequences)