Engaging Kennewick (A JackRabbit7 Series Prequel) by Sarah Jayne Carr (Reviewed by Amy)

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Title:  Engaging Kennewick (A JackRabitt7 Series Prequel)

 Author: Sarah Jayne Carr

 Published Date: October 2013

Genre: Paranormal Romance


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Molly Kennewick is involved in a long-distance relationship with a secretive IA employee named Dane Pascall. A prior breakup gone wrong with a resident bad boy leaves a bad taste in Molly’s mouth and also leaves her on edge. A significant amount of time has passed since Axel vanished from her life, but he’s been reminding her of his presence in peculiar ways. A weekend getaway is what Molly believes she needs to clear her head, but history is waiting with bated breath to repeat itself. Can Molly resolve her past and present before her future goes up in flames?

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***Amy #NerdGirlAmy’s Review***

Sometimes I love the short story books just as much as the full length ones because even though they seem short they can make just as big of a statement as any of the others can! And in this book it definitely delivers! I found the story fascinating! We get a close look into the character’s lives a few years BEFORE the initial book takes place and certain events take place that once you’ve read Book One you really start understanding things that happened and moments so much more clearly! I felt this adrenaline rush when reading and certain scenes just sent chills all over my body! I really like the writing style, the characters, and the ease in which everything flowed! I would definitely recommend this to other readers!

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