Book Review: Dark Before Dawn by Monica McGurk (Book 3 of the Archangel Prophecies)

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Genre: Fiction

Age Recommended: 14 and up

This book was an ARC, courtesy of NetGalley. I have neither read nor reviewed the first two books in this series, but this book was still easy to follow.

Dark Before Dawn

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Hope and Michael have been through it all. But another test is yet to come. Hope has the choice of either leaving her world to join Michael or making him abandon his work to come to her. Neither option is desirable, but a choice must be made.

Just when Hope thinks that she’s figured it all out, an old enemy of hers kidnaps her sister and her sister’s friend. Michael and other archangels must find these girls before harm comes to them, but is it already too late?

The girls could be anywhere, and from the terrible hints that their enemy is dropping, their time is coming to an end…

If you would like to read this book, you can purchase it here: Dark Before Dawn: Book Three of the Archangel Prophecies

Book Review: Immortal Writers by Jill Bowers

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Genre: Fantasy / Historical Fiction

Age Recommended: 13 and up

This book was an ARC, courtesy of NetGalley. This book was very well-written, but I don’t know how accurate the historical aspects of the book are.

Immortal Writers

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Liz is an author who’s written some exceptional novels and is about to release one more. However, right after her boyfriend prematurely proposes to her, she is kidnapped. It turns out that the people who kidnapped her are immortal writers.

Liz becomes acquainted with Mark Twain, William Shakespeare, and many other famous writers. She soon learns that she can be immortal as well, but not before defeating the villain in the story that she wrote, along with his dragons. Liz finds out that the characters in her story have come to life as well.

When Liz meets the main character of her story, she begins to fall in love with him. Only after realizing what she’s up against, does Liz realize that defeating this villain is the only way that she’ll ever have a happy ending.

Will she be able to conquer the villain?

If you would like to read this book, you can purchase it here: Immortal Writers (Immortal Writers Series Book 1)

Book Review: To Catch a Bad Guy by Marie Astor

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Genre: Mystery

Age Recommended: 15 and up

This book was well-written and I liked how the author made the story very intricate, but easy to understand. The ending was definitely an exciting one, and I can’t wait to read the next book in this series!

To catch a bad guy

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Janet’s friend Lisa has just gotten her a job at her office where Lisa is about to marry one of the owners of the company. Janet feels awkward taking advantage of Lisa, but Lisa waves her off after she makes Janet promise to be her bridesmaid.

Lisa sets Janet up with a few guys, but none of them come close to Dean, a man working in IT at her office. Janet begins to grow suspicious of the company and confides in Dean. Dean then proceeds to tell her that he is working undercover to expose the company’s illegal activity.

Janet is hurt at first, but then resolves to help him so that her friend Lisa won’t have to be involved in this. But the wedding is coming up, and time is running out.

Will Janet be able to find what she needs to expose the company before her friend gets dragged into this?

If you would like to read this book, you can purchase it here: To Catch a Bad Guy (Janet Maple Series Book 1)

Next book: Catching the Bad Guy!

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