My reviews may not be the most professional or articulate that you will read but they’re what I write what I think and feel about the book at the time.
I am always curious about what readers are looking for when they read reviews. What do readers really want to know before reading a book? Are readers looking to know something in particular?
Feel free to comment or drop me a line and let me know what you’d like to see in reviews.
As for rating systems, here’s how mine works: I rate books with a star system according to how compelling I found the book to be, how much it drew me in, whether it kept me completely absorbed. If a book has five stars it means that I couldn’t put the book down, that I just wanted to keep on reading page after page. Also, starting now, I’m going to rate the level of erotica in books (as I recently met a reader who always checked Amazon pages to see what level of erotica a book is before she bought it). If you have suggestions on how to rate the level of erotica in books I’m willing to listen as I’m still contemplating how I’m going to go about it.
Year One by Nora Roberts ***** (This is one of my favourite books of 2017! If I could give it a billion stars – I would!)
Sun Warrior by P.C. Cast *****
KRINAR KINDLE WORLD NOVELLAS (PARANORMAL FANTASY/SCI-FI ROMANCE)
MC (MOTORCYCLE CLUB) BOOKS:
Devil’s Cut by J.R.Ward *****
Turbulent Intrigue ****
WANTED KINDLE WORLD
Trust by Kylie Scott *****