Sunday, October 26, 2014

A.J. Locke Review Tour

A.J. Locke Review Tour
Paranormal Romance
Tour Organizer: N K Author Services

Help ghosts, stop a thief, and try not to die… 

Necromancer Selene Vanream helps ghosts settle their affairs so they can move on. But when breaking the rules gets her in trouble, she’s bumped down to tracking ghosts trying to avoid the afterlife. Ghosts like Ethan Lance, who claims he was kicked out of his body when someone else jumped in. Which might be plausible—if such a thing were possible. And if Micah, Selene’s partner, didn’t pull her into an investigation of brutal murders that lead directly back to Ethan. 

But when the whole mess puts Selene’s life in danger, she suddenly has very personal reasons to get Ethan’s body back. Between her uncomfortable relationship with Micah, and problems with her boss, Selene learns just how much trouble it can be when you don’t follow the rules…

4.0 out of 5 stars interestingOctober 24, 2014
This review is from: Affairs of the Dead (Kindle Edition)
So, this was an interesting book. An agency that helps ghosts cross over. Let's just say, the opening of the book was hilarious. I really got into it right away. As the book moves along, there are some parts that drag. A few times I felt like the timeline was wrong and had to go back to re-read areas. But that's a simple editing fix and not hard to change. There were times I really detested Selene. (You'll see why when you read) But she was still a strong character. She stood up for herself, for what was right. I loved that about her.

Either way, this was a great interesting book. It's fun, witty, and different from other paranormal books you read. This is certain to make waves in the Paranormal read section because it's different. Pick this up, I doubt you'll be disappointed!
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A deadly curse, a dangerous assassin, and one shot to save everyone she loves… 

Malachi Erami can’t fall in love. After she’s caught with Knave, the witch Queen’s favorite lover, she’s cursed to savagely butcher any man she falls for. Exiled to live among humans, Malachi runs a bar that serves magic-laced drinks, but since her curse labels her high risk, she’s also closely monitored. Julian Vira is her latest babysitter, but he’s also the first man since Knave that she’s been attracted to. Good-looking and nonjudgmental of her horrible curse? Yeah, he’s hard to resist. 

But when Malachi finds a body behind her bar, she knows she’s in trouble. If the Witches Control Council gets wind of it, she’ll be accused of murder and sent to her death. And when her friends start getting framed for murder, she realizes she’s not the only target. Malachi and Julian dig into the evidence to clear her name, but the closer they get to answers, the closer the curse comes to taking over. So when Malachi uncovers a plot to kill the witch Queen, she finds herself suddenly recruited into service, with the promise of having her curse lifted and a reunion with Knave as well. But if she fails, Knave will die. And she and Julian might not live long enough to see that happen.

4.0 out of 5 stars interestingOctober 26, 2014
This review is from: Black Widow Witch (Kindle Edition)
This book was interesting. I liked the idea of cursed witches. I disliked the "discrimination" against them. But it was a good story. There were twists and turns and some interesting plot lines. The end was certainly not how I expected, but it was good. I think that if you like paranormal stories, and are sick of shifters and vampires, pick up this book!
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A.J. Locke is an author and artist, originally from Trinidad, now residing in New York City. Black Widow Witch is her second published novel, and other than writing she enjoys reading, drawing, painting, graphic design, and watching too much television. 

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