Monday, March 16, 2015

**** Review of Mother May I By Genevieve Jack ******

Mother May I (Knight Games #4)


Wow what a book!! But this looks like it is the last book for 
Grateful Knight and Rick. Oh how I loved the ending of the 
book. This has been one hell of a series, I hate to see it end. 
But like all good series, they do have to come to an end. The 
whole series was well written, and drew you into Grateful's
 world. To the point you did not want it to end. In the end it all
 comes down to love. Rick and Grateful have loved one
 another since the day the met, and it did not know what 
incarnation they always found each other. I think that is why
 I loved this series so much. Oh and just because Grateful
 and Ricks story ended. In the back of the Book is a seek 
peak, showing who's story is next. 
I wont say who You just have to read the book to find out.
I hope you enjoy this book as Much as I did.

If you do like this book, please consider leaving a review.

The Authors really like it when you do, they value your opinions too.

Grateful Knight is one stressed out witch. Not only has she failed to restore her caretaker, Rick, from an evil witch’s mind-control spell, but the loss he endured extends well beyond his memory. To make matters worse, compensating for his absence could cost her the job she loves and the strength she needs.

When a new supernatural threat leaves Grateful for dead, a vampire ally saves her life but at a price. Her assailant's calling card makes it clear she’s marked for death, possibly by her goddess mother. With the help of her half-sister Polina, can Grateful gain the power she needs to win Rick back and beat the goddess at her own game?

Introductory price of $2.99 will change to 
$4.99 after March 23rd 2015

KoBo Books 



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~*~*~ Genevieve Jack ~*~*~

 Genevieve Jack grew up in a suburb of Chicago and attended a high school rumored to be haunted. She loves old cemeteries and enjoys a good ghost tour. Genevieve specializes in original, cross-genre stories with surprising twists and writes a best-selling young adult series under a different name. She lives in central Illinois with her husband, two children, and a brittany named Riptide who holds down her feet while she writes.




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