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5 STARS: I absolutely got pulled into this story and didn't stop till the end. Had romance, suspense, action, chemistry and lots of other elements that keep you hooked. I loved it.
5 STARS: Dark Chemistry has the essential ingredients of a page-turner – professional prose, a gripping plot, interesting and believable characters, and a love story that's touching but never sappy. Every evening I looked forward to reentering the story, and I read late into the night to reach the ending.
4 STARS: A fun read that kept me on the edge of my seat. A plot based on all-too-possible, scary science, a female main protagonist that every woman can relate to, and one of the nastiest bad guys you've met in a long while. What more could you ask for?
4 STARS: [T]he book was much more sensual than seedy, and some noir characteristics were present, however the suspense was genuine, the sexual tension palpable, even subtly arousing (as opposed to explicitly-- and boringly-- shocking), and the characters were more well-rounded and well thought out than one may assume from the description and the glossy cover. Looking for more from Mortensen, indeed!
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Very excited here — today’s the big day! The ebook version of Loose Dogs is officially available from: Smashwords Amazon Barnes & Noble Looking to save a couple dollars? I don’t blame you! Sign up for my e-newsletter and … Continue reading
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I have an idea to help new ebook writers (novelists, to start) get reviews on places like Amazon and B&N. Here’s how it would work. A writer with a published e-novel would submit a review copy to me. The writer … Continue reading