Monday, 7 September 2015

Book Review: Sharon.E.Anderson: Curse of the Seven 70s

Curse of the Seven 70s

 Author:  Sharon. E Anderson

Title:   Curse of the Seven 70s

Genre:  fiction, horror, parodies and satires, romance, paranormal, ghost, fantasy

Synopsis:  Sometimes love proves sweeter than revenge... even for a 15th century vampire. Cassandra Blake is having a very bad day. Her fiancé dumps her for a silicone debutant and convinces her to store his boxes of precious research. If that wasn't bad enough, she's just moved into a cottage stocked with only sardines, peaches, and 50 year old Scotch. Heartbroken, hungry, and a little bit drunk, Cassandra soon realizes that just when she thinks things can't get any worse, sometimes they can get very finding a skeleton in the basement of her newly inherited cottage. But when that skeleton suddenly becomes a hot, romantic, and business savvy vampire named Varo...well, things start looking up. That is...until his infamous older brother shows up, and their centuries old sibling rivalry threatens her chance at true love. Can their love survive her conniving ex-fiancé, his vengeful brother, and the Curse of the Seven 70s?

Review:  this book was easy to get in to and hard to put down once l started reading it and l was sent this book for review and l read it on iBook’s and l really enjoyed it and l really liked the storyline and l  rated it on amazon and goodreads and l am glad this book is in my library and l rated this book the highest book and l would highly recommend this book to anybody and nothing like reading a good book.

About the author: Sharon grew up in a haunted house in the sleepy wilds of Ballard in Washington, where front lawns seemed grander, roads wider, dad’s hands larger, and everyone was a friend or at least a potential audience member. Sharon spent her time daydreaming and finding stories in the clouds to share with the neighbourhood kids. As for the ghost a less creative person might chalk it up to older house issues and an off-the-charts imagination.

Edition: Kindle and Paperback

Star rating:   5 out of 5 stars

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