Paris Moon (The Kloe & Gavin Adventures Book 1) Kindle Edition
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|Length: 179 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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I’ve read quite a few vampire/werewolf tales in my day but I have to say I love this story of Kloe and Gavin. What at first starts off as a harmless trip turns into action and danger at every turn. Kloe really stands her ground despite everything she encounters and I love it. This story is a real page turner and the characters are both likable and believable. Recommended to everyone who’s a fan of paranormal thrillers!
I so wanted to enjoy this book, I went and bought London Moon, too. While the storyline piqued my interest, the lack or misuse of punctuation, subject/verb disagreement, mid-sentence switches from first to third person, and the difficulty the author had choosing the proper form of similar words, e.g. your/you're, to/too, killed that interest by the fourth chapter. I expect a better mastery of grammar, spelling and sentence structure by an author. Perhaps I am in the minority, given that our country elected a man who speaks (and Tweets) in a similar manner, to the Presidency, but I'm sorry, Sondra, I am just stunned. Was there no one to proof read?
It's possible Amazon won't publish this - I know it's harsh - but I hope they will at least forward it to the author. An honest opinion is expected, after all.