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BLOWING YOUR OWN HORN DEPARTMENT
Saturday, April 23rd, 2011

I got a really nice review from Night Owl for Darkness at Dawn. Very satisfying. I think Darkness at Dawn might be the best book I’ve written so far:

Title: Darkness at Dawn | Authors: Elizabeth Jennings 

 Score: 5.00 / 5 РReviewer Top Pick Review:

This book is A-MAZ-ING. First we have Mike Shafer, an alpha hero that is to die for, he’s scrumptious and tough and an Army Captain. Second we have Lucy Merritt, a survivor, expert in manuscript restoration and quite possibly an off the scales genius. Lucy is such a fun character, she’s always thinking ahead and has chamaeleon abilities. She can blend into many situations almost seemlessly, leaving Mike internally scrambling to catch up with her quick wits. Thankfully Mike is quick on his feet. From Mike and Lucy’s first meeting the sparks begin to fly, and they are quickly thrust into the adventure of a lifetime in the Himalayan Kingdom of Nhala. What Lucy lacks in physical strength Mike more than makes up for, and some of the most interesting scenes involve him carrying her piggyback across wet rooftops one step ahead of the bad guys. I hesitate to say more because I don’t want to spoil the surprises for anyone. I thoroughly enjoyed the escapades in this book, and have it on my read again soon list. Elizabeth Jennings’ books just keep getting better, and this latest installment takes her work up a notch. The story line is inventive and exciting, with poignant scenes that tug on the emotional strings of the reader. Fans will be thrilled with Darkness at Dawn and new readers will find it a thrilling adventure of espionage and romantic suspense.

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    Yes, you definitely SHOULD blow your horn, you’re an amazing woman/writer/organizer and now I know, even a good cook!



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