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Stormi's Review: Carved in Stone: Monochrome Destiny by T.L. Blake

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Publisher: Self-Published

Released: July 12, 2015

Genre: Mystery, Thriller, & Suspense

Length: 307 pages

Format: eBook

Buy Links: Amazon


Determined science teacher, Robyn Darrow, has started a new life in the sleepy rural idyll of Porthmollek. But Porthmollek has secrets and outsiders are not welcome. Handsome, but arrogant, Andrew Obursen knows all too well that there is rot in the small town, but he has his own reasons for keeping quiet. When fate drags the two together after the disappearance of a colleague, Robyn and Andrew think that their only problem is the unwanted attraction that they have for each other. But it soon becomes obvious that the disappearance was no accident and that Robyn and Andrew may, in fact, be next. . . Please note that this book contains adult sex scenes and swearing.

Three Boundless Stars

I did not really know what to expect when I picked up this book. Honestly, it took me a while to get into it. It follows Robyn, a young woman with a troubled past, to a small town. While living in this town her best friend disappears and while the situation seems normal, she knows its not. The town is full of secrets and she is determined to find them out. I really was not expecting this book to happen the way it did, but it was interesting in a dark, disturbing kind of way. I can't say I loved it, but it was a good read. The main reason for my 3 rating is because it did take me a while before I got into it. It started off slow and took about halfway through before I really got into the story. Also, I did find some spelling and grammar issues throughout the book. I do want to say thank you for the opportunity to read and review this book.

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