New Review of Stolen by Joni Cartwright

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An intelligent creative paranormal read…

Loss….Heartache…Mystery, and love….

A teenagers worst fear..

the loss of a parent…..

their worst nightmare….

the loss of them both….

Hell on earth………..

Waking up to their murdered, blood soaked bodies, and not recollecting a single thing.

This book is sincerely addictive to read. Young ‘Shanna’s’ life takes a terribly horrific turn, when she is met with the bloodied bodies of her dead parents. She has noone to turn to. Her whole life is turned on its head, and the rug literally ripped from under her.

“Stolen” tells the tale of family loss, and her unknown family who give her a new life. A boy who turns her head. and a total transformation of her life. How much can one girl handle….

The paranormal twist and intrigue, is very invigorating, and a total must for all Stephanie Meyer Twilight fans. The author has such a scintillating, vivid story telling way, that the reader will find hard to leave. The lives of Bodhi, Shanna and the rest, will keep you gripped.

The intense original storyline, and the way that the author portrays the characters and their day to day lives, and the perils that they face, absolutely absorbed me to complete distraction.

You feel, as the reader that you are actually there, when the characters conversations are taking place, and you get totally immersed in their emotions. Feeling their passions and pain.#

Author Keren Hughes, is  resourceful and imaginative. A superb writing accomplishment.

Well Done Keren!!

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