Saturday, June 15, 2013

Review Bitter Blackout by Shelly Schultz, N.A. Foy, Lynn Todd, Dori Klaproth & R.A. Sears

"Bitter Blackout"
Bitter BlackoutAuthor(s): Shelly Schultz, N.A. Foy, Lynn Todd, Dori Klaproth & R.A. Sears
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 70
Source: Author in exchange for a honest review.
Published: March 19, 2013

Buy Links: Amazon

Goodreads Blurb: 
Mirrors of darkness. Love found in the arms of an enemy. Magic users who defy death. The silent corridors of a temple. A young woman runs the gauntlet and fights against her own kind for survival. All of these can be found within the realm of Bitter Blackout.

Featuring works from cutting-edge authors: N.A. Foy, Lynn Todd, Dori Klaproth, Shelly Schulz

My Review:
Three poems and two short stories are what make up Bitter Blackout. My favorite of the anthology is (hands down) The Harrowing. It’s an exciting story of love, loss and a great journey. The very strong and realistic characters and a very well written paranormal short that I did NOT want to end! I hope one day the author will continue it so we can see where Garett and Alice end up in the long run. I’d also like to know if Alice got her revenge AND if the awesome Riven was truly happy with his pack position…

A different variety within the pages of this book. Some deep poetry and a couple of short stories are within. Each one shows some of the intense talents the writers possess. An enjoyable read for fans of paranormal, poetry or anyone looking for something containing a different sort of variety.

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