From the earliest age I was a born storyteller.
Ask my parents and they will tell you I had a gift for making a simple event seem like an elaborate one. Purposely? No. Innocently? Yes. It was my imaginary world that initially led me to believe I wanted to be an actor. All of that role playing and living in fantasy… it was an obvious direction for me. However, becoming quite uncomfortable with the limelight quickly saw that dream diminish.
Over the years I turned my world of fantasy into stories, and eventually began writing them down. Before I knew it, ‘Cut’ had been completed.
When I am not busy writing my next story, I am a working mum, housewife and sometimes hockey wag 🙂 In other words, probably some kind of circus act who specialises in juggling 😉
I hope you enjoy my blog, where I will be posting thoughts, other books I am currently reading and even sneak peeks of my novels. I encourage any feedback, comments or direct messages via my contact page should anyone wish to get in touch.
I am so thrilled to be sharing my journey and hope you enjoy my stories as much as I enjoy writing them.
I’m honestly torn on this one because I wanted to rate it 5 stars. I feel so many aspects of this book were done so well. The mystery and the build up surrounding Bree, Jase, and Ethan. The development of the characters was top notch. The problem is that I just don’t know if I liked Bree’s absolute naivety. I feel so much more was put into outside details rather than the relationship between Jase and Bree. Mostly, I feel like Bree lived in denial regarding Jase and Ethan.
Because I’m torn on this book, doesn’t mean I didn’t like it. I did. It had me hooked in from the very beginning. There were just some aspects that I felt were not as believable as they could be. I am willing to keep an open mind, though as the series continues. And really, I enjoyed the story and characters enough that I’m looking forward to the next book in the series.