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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

5 stars: Special Offers by @MLRyan1 #romance #fantasy #bookreview



Special Offers

The Coursodon Dimension


Written by M.L. Ryan




Genre: Fantasy Romance


Book Synopsis


Meet Hailey


Possessed by an otherworldly being who was trapped in her Kindle.


Hailey Parrish is quick-witted, irreverent, and hasn’t had a date in three years. She only wanted an eBook reader because her collection of paperbacks threatened to take over her small living space. Little did she know that the "special offers" that prompted the purchase included much more than a reduced price in exchange for a few ads. The device came pre-loaded with the essence of Sebastian Kess, an erudite womanizer with magical abilities from a parallel dimension.

When she inadvertently releases him and he inhabits her body, she finally has a man inside her, just not in the way she imagined. And soon her predicament introduces her to yet another supernatural, the handsome could-be-the-man-of-her-dreams Alex Sunderland. Can Alex and Hailey find a way to return Sebastian to his own body, stay one step ahead of the criminals who want to keep him where he is, and not lose their sense of humor?

Danielle Forrest's Rating & Review


The concept behind this book intrigued me from the very beginning when I first heard about it. Then I hosted it for a book tour and got an excerpt from the book and burst out laughing. I just had to read the book.

The author has this innate tendency to draw the improbable and flat out strange and make you laugh. But it's not just a comedy or satire. The author also does a very good job with romance and action scenes. This book was very well rounded and I ended up immediately going out and buying the sequel in Kindle format (which I never do, by the way - I get so many free books for review, I can't remember the last time I bought a book).

I loved her dream sequences. They reminded me so much of how weird my own dreams tend to get. I could easily imagine myself having dreams like that. And the relationship with her mother was so real. It made me think of the relationship with my own mother, which is strained at the best of times.

All in all, the book took a lot of elements and wrapped them in a worthwhile package that kept you reading right to the very end… then wanting more (without feeling unfulfilled, of course… just ravenous).

Review Disclaimer: Book was provided free of charge in exchange for an honest review.

Content Disclaimer: Marked mature due to violence and sex.

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