Where the Carnies Are

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Carnies Final copy Poor Olive is having a rotten day. Then she gets stuck inside the kingdom of carnies and pulled into their world of mystery and intrigue. Not to mention a hot knife thrower.
I loved this story from the first word to the last. It’s unique and creative, which pulled me in even more. I love stories that take everyday (or maybe not so everyday) things and make them spectacular. I had never read a story with this style and theme before, so I was thrilled to be able to do so. This story unfolded naturally to me. And the characters were well thought out. Each one had their own strengths that coincided with their “talent”. Though I suspected on certain things in the story, I wasn’t entirely sure until Olive found out and that (the way she discovers things) made it all the more interesting. It was nice to see things through the character’s eyes as everything unfolded.
The romance was very nice. Not too much, not too little. And the complication kept me wanting them to find a way to stay together.
All in all, this is a very nice paranormal fantasy. There is mystery, intrigue, suspense, love, great fight scenes. The author did very well with this book. I think this story will appeal to readers who like things a little different and enjoy paranormal romances.

*NOTE: I’m involved with the editing of this manuscript. Having said that, my opinion is in no way influenced by having worked on this MS. This review will also appear on Goodreads and Amazon.

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