Review Request

Review Request

I like to read...

Contemporary Romance
Paranormal Romance
Young Adult 

I will only review novels; I am currently not reviewing short stories. I speed read so I can get through 300 page books in a day and love to get pulled in at the beginning of the book.  I also am available to preview books for authors. My big weakness is Alpha Male main characters and fast paced stories.  I read diverse books also, with IR or AA stories.  

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  2. Hi Andrea,

    Do you review novelettes? Mine is a paranormal romance novelette.

    This is the link for the book:

    Thank you,

  3. Hello Andrea. Would you do me the honor of reviewing my new novel, "Shaman-The Awakening" from VR McCoy Books and published by On sale at Amazon Books.

    Christopher Sands is an FBI agent with a unique ability. When his ViCAP unit takes on another serial killer investigation, they soon find themselves in deeper than they bargained for. The killer seems to be ahead of them at every turn. The search for the mysterious killer takes Christopher and his unit from the Mystic Crossroads to the Transcendental Four Corners of New Mexico and deep into the Navajo Nation.

    Shaman - The Awakening is a gripping supernatural thriller, filled with brilliant and in-depth descriptions and shamanistic lore.

    If interested please email me at
    Thank you and have a wonderful day.

  4. Hey Andrea! Is your email: or

    Love your blog!

  5. Dear Andrea,

    Would you be interested in reviewing my werewolf ebook? It is a full novel of approximately 120,000 words. The first three chapters can be found here :

    If you decide you'd like to read more, and are happy to review it, please let me know and I'll send you over a copy of the full pdf.

    Thank you in advance,

    Natalie Gosney

  6. Hello -
    I am requesting a review of my contemporary romance novel Time for Tenderness. It's about the strength of relationships (not just between the hero and heroine) and struggling for acceptance. Here's the link:

    Thank you,
    Brynette L. Turner