Book Review ( Branded by Keary Taylor)

Hello Everyone!

We will continue this long train of reviews for a couple more weeks. I hope you do not mind that I am still playing catch up! I will admit, that in doing so it is allowing me quite a bit of time to write more of the books I am working on, so that has been nice. More updates on that later though. So, without further ado, here is my review.

Branded by Keary Taylor

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Jessica is plagued with these horrible nightmares. In these nightmares, she is a soul on trial. Her judges are a mix of evil angels and good ones.  Of course, we cannot have an Angel/ Devil theme without a love triangle.

To be honest, I did not finish this book. I hate saying this, but I do not have any reason other than it did not hook me. The descriptions were good, the characters were okay, the storyline was fine, but I felt no draw. I do not believe this is the fault of the author. I just felt it was meh. Not every book is for everyone, right?

Anyway, I believe it is always free on Amazon. If you like the Angel/ Devil kind of thing check it out.

96895-three2bstars

I give this book the stars.

 

Question of the Day: If you could learn a new language instantly, what would it be?
I would choose German. I have always loved the way it sounds. I am working on learning it, but it is a slow process.
What about you? Leave a comment below or email me at penname.books@gmail.com.

That is all for today. Keep Reading!

Ta, ta.

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Hello, I am a lover, not a fighter. I am an author, an avid reader, and a happy wife. My contemporary fiction is serious and my fantasy fiction is filled with love and action. This is the most serious sounding "about me" I have ever written...and that is where I am going to end this.

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