Bill Nelson

Classement des meilleurs critiques: 8 980
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Classement des meilleurs critiques: 8 980 - Total des votes Utile : 24 sur 24
Gray Shadows (Russian Bodyguard Series Book 1) (En&hellip de Julia Gousseva
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Thrilling web of intrigue, 22 août 2014
The author has woven a rich story, which lures the reader into a world of secrets page by page. Im excited to see Gray Shadows (Russian Bodyguard Series Book 1) by Julia Gousseva is the start of a new series. We are introduced to Nikolai, a sought after bodyguard, and dynamic character, that we immediately want to know more about. The author sets the mood so expertly, that at times it felt as if I was watching a movie  dimly lit, snowy walkways, old offices, maps and papers scattered around, manufactured buildings . . . each scene is efficiently described so it doesnt bog down the story but at the same time puts us there  a true skill. But the chemistry between Nikolai and Natalya might… Lire la suite
What the Heart Knows (Warren Family Book 3) (Engli&hellip de Regina Puckett
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Dramatic and fun., 6 juillet 2014
Really enjoyed reading What the Heart Knows by Regina Puckett. The author does a great job of creating a tension filled love story that was fun to read. Emily is a spirited, strong woman and Bill is someone wed all like to hang out with. They belong together. But there are issues keeping them from ultimately being together. Clever plotting contrasting flirting and realistic dialogue make for a passionate story that is a fast, enjoyable read. This is the first book Ive read by Regina Puckett but it wont be the last. Ive already purchased her Short Tales of Horror; now that should be fun. Highly recommended entertaining romance  five stars.
Time to Let Go (English Edition) de Christoph Fischer
Time to Let Go (English Edition) de Christoph Fischer
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A moving story., 2 juillet 2014
I loved Time to Let Go by Christoph Fischer! As we witness a family in crisis and the changes that occur when Hanna has to deal with problems centering around work that become magnified when having to cope with a mother (Biddy) caught in the cruel grips of Alzheimers. A slice of life that feels all too real. As a reader gets to know Biddy in the good moments and Hannas father (Walter), we become part of the family. The dialogue is often bittersweet, at once heartbreaking and humorous. There is a scene where Biddy reads from the paper and then tries to understand who the Taliban are that reminded me of my own grandmother  touching and hard, and yet I smiled. The author has done a great… Lire la suite