Tj McKinnon


Tj is an Australian-New Zealand hybrid who attempts to keep the unique humour from the South Pacific while attempting to pretend to be an adult. It's a hard combo to master.

Writing chick lit as an outlet for an over active imagination and striving to share quirky humour with as many people as possible. It's a difficult task but someone needs to make the world laugh.


Price: Free! Words: 66,010. Language: Australian English. Published: February 4, 2014 . Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Chick Lit, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Family
After moving to her eighth school because her brother got them expelled, again, Kaila Jenson makes a decision to enjoy her time in high school. Kaila meets an incredible guy, Josh, who she’s instantly drawn to. There’s only one problem, he has a girlfriend and she’s the captain of the cheerleading squad.

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australia    chick lit    family    high school    humour    romance    teens   

Smashwords book reviews by Tj McKinnon

  • The Night Prowlers on March 21, 2012

    Fraught with danger and romance, the plot line is full of surprises. Truly an unpredictable read coupled with the thrill of danger and the sweetness of blossoming romance.
  • Girls of Gabe's Place 2: Robyn on March 27, 2012

    This novel had a thrilling plotline with disturbing twists. It hooks the reader in from the begining. In the end a very good read.
  • The Bride and the Brute on May 06, 2012

    Amazing book! I absolutely loved the characters, they made me laugh, the made me cry, it was wonderful!
  • Escape on May 07, 2012

    The characters were very well written. The plotline could have been expanded on some more. It has quite a few grammatical errors. However even with the grammar issues it is a very interesting read.
  • Kidnapped the Wrong Sister on May 07, 2012

    Absolutely brilliant read! It keeps you interested right until the end with the twists in the storyline, the great sense of humour and the sheer arrogance of the characters with the attitude that older siblings know best!
  • Safari Moon on May 21, 2012

    I loved the plotline, one of those typical novels where you're yelling at the characters because you know they love each other but they're too blind to realise it themselves. This was a very well written story, with some eccentric characters and a female who knows what she wants but is too afraid to go after it. I hope to read more from this author. Photography has never seemed so sexy before now!
  • The Mystic Wolves (#1, The Mystic Wolves) on May 28, 2012

    I absolutely loved the characters. The storyline reduced me to tears and I never saw the twists in the story coming. Such a well written novel with an amazing storyline with incredible characters. I loved how cheeky Darcy was and the incredible vulnerability that the Alph showed to the woman he loved.
  • The Daddy Pact on April 11, 2013

    Even though this piece was riddled with typos it was still easy to read. The characterisation was brilliant and the beginning few chapters were so emotive that it felt natural to relate to Jess and her emotions. I found it interesting to constantly be bouncing between characters but not in the usual literary way of third person, the author clearly chose one character's view to portray at a time, which ingrained the reader further into the novel.
  • The Passionate Greek on May 22, 2013

    As a fan of Harlequin-ish novels, I can say that I enjoyed it. I understand that some people do not have the same appreciation for corny lines and dramatic events that I do. I adored the drastic Melanie, her enthusiasm for mischief made me giggle with glee. She's a very loveable, strong female with a moral compass. This book was so well written, it was an absolute pleasure to read.
  • Lady Danger on Jan. 24, 2014

    This was a really well written book. It had suspense, it had strong women and best of all it had action. I loved Deirdre, her strength and iron will was refreshing. She didn't fall over herself to please a man and stood her ground against his male ego. Saying that, I still loved Pagan. He's everything we want a man to be, strong, masculine and protective. I liked how he learnt to be more sensitive. I really recommend this book, the only gripe I had was it ended too soon for me!
  • Duke of Deception on Sep. 09, 2014

    I loved this book! It had intrigue and misunderstandings. It was really unpredictable which made it a great read. The characters were well thought out and had tonnes of layers which made them believable. I loved Derek and his ability to say all the wrong things to a woman. The novel was extremely easy to read!
  • The Wedding Trap on Sep. 17, 2014

    This was a funny and quirky take on a CIA story. Beth seems to attract danger and Alex with the help of a bullet proof vest is the only thing standing between Beth and death. All of this is set around Beth's best friend's wedding. Throw in the fact that Alex is pretending to be Beth's imaginary boyfriend and her jerk of an ex-boyfriend, and it all makes for a funny story laced with danger. I loved the characters in this book, the author seamlessly blended danger, romance and humour into one funny book.
  • His Heart's Delight on Nov. 14, 2014

    I loved this book! It was very well written and had great descriptions. Although I had a problem with the ending because it was kind of a "maybe" ending, you know the kind which says they like each other but they're still not sure about marriage and it didn't really conclude the story.
  • Chasing Daybreak on June 29, 2015

    I loved this book! It was witty and very well written, the characters were very strong. I loved the plot line it was kind of refreshing, the right amount of suspense and serious layers to the plot.