- File Size: 905 KB
- Print Length: 240 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Amber Leaf Publishing (January 21, 2014)
- Publication Date: January 21, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00HYDSHG0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,408,828 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Brynn Myers is an extremely talented writer. I knew nothing of the author, nor have I read her previous works. I was pleasantly surprised and genuinely happy to discover this book and author.
Jorja Graham appeased all my senses. She was a great female lead, and I truly enjoyed her character. She's feisty and feminine, independent and nurturing, strong-willed and beautiful. I loved her witty personality and her devotion to not only her family and friends but to her career as well. Jorja shed her scarred past and was determined to charter her own ship and delve into a life well deserved -a life of conquered happiness.
Jorja seems to have it all figured out, that is, until she meets Corbin Holbrook, Mr. Tall, Dark and Where-The-Hell-Did-He-Come-From Handsome. Corbin is enchanting and confusing as hell (Ha, ha! -you'll understand why I just laughed after you read the book). Corbin is a man who knows what he wants and how to get it.
Corbin is completely smitten with Savannah's southern bell, Miss Jorja Graham. Why yes, I did just say that in my best southern accent.
There lies mystery in Mr. Holbrook and his inherited plantation, and the author does an exceptional job keeping that mystery in tact. Darn you, Brynn Myers. It drove me crazy mad not knowing why, how, who, and what the hell was that!
This story had everything from romance to things that go bump in the night. The dialogue was eloquently written and flowed effortlessly. The imagery was perfectly detailed. The secondary characters were well defined. I absolutely loved Jorja's aunts, Heddie and Vivian.
If I could change anything about this book it would be the length. Although completely enthralled, I wanted more, so much more. I guess you can say I'm a greedy reader. I want Brynn to write a sequel....tomorrow. I want to know what "could" happen next. I want more Corbin. Actually, I need more Corbin.
The Life & Death of Jorja Graham is unique, enchanting, and will keep you guessing until the very end.
Five Unexpected Stars!
The title sounds very ominous which is another thing that made me want to read the book. It's very straight forward, and I think that suits the book just fine.
The girl on the cover, who I assume is Jorja Graham, looks a bit spooky which I love! I do sort of like the cover, but I would've liked to see the mansion which is mentioned a lot throughout the book on the cover too.
The world building was good, I thought. I found it to be believable for the most part. Towards the end, it gets a little big confusing though. I'd elaborate, but I want this to be a spoiler free review.
The pacing was a bit slow to begin with. I was starting to think I had made a mistake in buying this book. Luckily, the pacing starts picking up about thirty percent in.
The plot was alright. For about the first sixty percent or so, the book reads like a contemporary romance for the most part. However, it's like it becomes a different book for the rest of the way because it turns into more of a paranormal book. Again, I don't want to give away any spoilers, but let's just say there was a plot twist I was totally not expecting! There is a slight cliff hanger at the end of the book, and I do believe there will be another book in the series, but don't quote me on that.
I thought the character of Jorja was written really well. I instantly liked her and her charming nature. Corbin comes off as a bit of a stalker to begin with, but I eventually warmed to him and his passionate nature as well. The other minor characters were written a bit lukewarm, I felt. For example, Jorja's best friend Cat could've been written as a stronger character, but I felt that she was just a bit too bland. I would've liked to know more about her and more about hers and Jorja's friendship.
I did enjoy the dialogue, and I felt it flowed very well. I felt that maybe if this book was a bit longer and a had a bit more detail, it could've been better. There is some swearing and some violence.
All in all, The Life & Death of Jorja Graham is a decent read. The lead character is likable and the dialogue is fantastic!
I'd recommend this book to those aged 16+ who are big fans of paranormal romance.
I'd give The Life & Death of Jorja Graham by Brynn Myers a 3.5 out of 5.
(This review can be found on my blog).
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