Smorgasbord Book Promotion – Air your Reviews – Paige Addams and Linda Bradley

Welcome to the place where you can share your reviews from Amazon, Goodreads and when posted on a blog. I do go hunting for them but it helps me out time wises if you can remember to drop a link to your new reviews to…. you have nothing to lose but a little time and any publicity is a good thing.

The first review today is for the debut novel of Paige Addams and her book Tales of Ejoma that featured here a few weeks ago.

About the book

Ejoma and Thavos are immortal and human realms, held separate from one another by a magical barrier. Ejoma is a world of magic, danger, and beauty that humans have long forgotten exists. The shimana can change their shape or bend the elements to their will, and have filled their countless years with learning. Thavos is a world of science and machines. Always striving to invent new things and understand the world around them, humans became strong.

Balance has been maintained between the two realms for millennia, for the safety of immortals and humans alike. But a deadly enemy is growing steadily more powerful with dark magic. Soon, neither realm will be safe.

Becky reviewed on Goodreads.

Tales From Ejoma is a book of three short stories of a realm Ejoma and their people Shima. There just like humans, besides the fact that the can grant wishes, change shapes, master the elements. Humans use technology and continue to invent while the Shima use energy. Of course they are looking for their prasuri, their eternal love.

A great book for short stories. The author did a great job bring the stories together in very little time. Not too much, but definitely enough to get to know the characters and have a connection and still fully enjoy the stories. I give this a four star read. Looking forward to more with these characters and new ones a well.

Reviewer for Romance Authors That Rock

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The second book with some new reviews is Maggie’s Montana which is the third book in the Montana Bound Series by Linda Bradley.

About the book

Maggie Abernathy, best friend Judy, and Judy’s two young sons travel cross country to visit John McIntyre and daughter Chloe at their Montana ranch. Maggie’s convinced herself that she’s only making the trip to fulfill her promise to visit Chloe, but once there she can’t help but fall in love with the horses, the land, the ranch, and the Montana ways of life. With Chloe’s loving antics, Winston’s gift, and a handful of wranglers showing her the ropes, will Maggie have the heart to say goodbye?

Some of the recent reviews

Perfect ending to the trilogy. This book focused more on Maggie and John’s relationship as well as Maggie’s inner struggles to take a chance on love and a giant leap to faith leaving everything she knows. I enjoyed book 3 very much. great trilogy and I look forward for more books from this author. Excellent story telling, lovable characters, and all around wonderful read.

I just finished reading the third book in this series and thoroughly enjoyed all of them. These were good, clean stories with great characters

and I loved it! What on February 21, 2017

Just finished Maggie’s Montana, and I loved it! What? No “Maggie’s Christmas in Montana? Or “A Montana Wedding?” Really enjoyed all three of the series! Thank you!

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Also by Linda Bradley

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