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by Phyllis A. Whitney
Open Road Integrated Media
Mystery & Thrillers , Romance
Pub Date 04 Jul 2017
I am voluntarily reviewing Poinciana through Open Integrated Media and Netgalley:
Poinciana is the fabulous mansion of the Logan’s Family standing on the Florida Coastline. Sharon is Ross Logan’s new bride. Ross’s first wife died and his second divorced him.
Soon after she arrives Sharon realizes it is not at all what she hoped it would be. She can’t ignore the strange undercurrents of hostility coming from everyone residing their. When Sharon asks questions everyone including Ross turns dark and menacing.
It begins to seem as if everyone in the house is plotting against each other, but are they?
I give Poinciana five out of five stars.
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really nice ..
You must be the only one that does a lot of book reviews on here huh Michelle? Other then that it’s really good.
I do yes, but if it encourages others to read, I’m good with it Lol! I get arc copies of the books for free in exchange for my reviews so a lot of times I have books months before they are released ?
Perhaps you could consider including aspects like consideration of tone and development of character in your reviews. I’ve compiled a collection of my book reviews that is entitled From Aguirre to Zipes: A Collection of Book Reviews, and a Few Interviews with Authors. It might give you some added insights into how you can expand your reviews. If you’d like to review an ecopy for me, I’ll buy you one :).
I would be happy too.
That’s great! I’ll need to know your details so that I can send it to you. Please send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and then I’ll sort out how to gift you a copy. Anybody else reading this reply is also welcome to contact me if you’d like a review copy. The more the merrier! (I’ll just have to work out how it’s done first, though. I’ve only ever sent out hard copies to reviewers before.)
Great review Michelle! I really enjoyed it!