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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Review Links for Going Back for Romeo and Fairytale Farms

I guess we'll call this a follow-up post.

I blogged about a newly released book I hadn't read yet, Going Back for Romeo by L.L.Muir. Now that I've read it, I want to share my reviews with you.

Let me just say this: When it makes you smile, laugh out loud, sniffle and fret, you know you've got a great book on your hands!

Here are the links to my reviews, which will also lead you to sites where you can purchase the e-book for yourself for $2.99.

Goodreads Review under Kimberly Krey
Amazon Review under Kimberly K
Barnes & Noble Review under Love2readKK

Doesn't matter which one you choose, the review and ***** (five star) rating is the same.

Another fantastic read? Fairytale Farms by Jamie Brook Thompson. Try that one out if you like YA. It's adorable Goth Girl meets dimple-flashing Cowboy who's beyond your average human.  Just .99 cents on e-book. Here are links to my reviews for that one:

Barnes & Noble

So what are you reading?
What have you read and enjoyed recently?
You do know that it's nice to share, don't you?


  1. Hey, here's another read hot off the press by M.K. Yarbrough: Just noticed on her blog that it's finished.

  2. Hi! Wanted to stop by and say hello and thank you for visiting and commenting on my blog post. I thought those words of wisdom were too great not to pass along and I'm glad you enjoyed the post. Look forward to more visits here and on my blog. Donna

  3. I'm off to read your review. Thanks for the heads up! I'm always up for good books.

  4. Thanks, you wonderful Kim! I'm so glad you told us about these books. I already have FAIRYTALE FARMS and I just bought GOING BACK FOR ROMEO. It sounds so fantastic- like just the sort of thing I would love to read!

    And you know what? - you are a stellar reviewer! I loved your analogy with the amusement park ride! I can't wait until I get a book published and I'll pray you like it so I can get a splendid review from you too!

    And thanks for your marvelous comments on my blog - they really light up my day!!!

  5. Donna: looking forward to future visits as well.
    Cheri: good to hear from you again! I know you'll enjoy the read!
    Brenda: as always, thank you for the kind, kind words! I already know I'll love your book, and I'll be thrilled to review it!

  6. I've started reading Fairytale Farms, actually! Before that I read Shatter Me and LOVED it.

  7. Thanks for stopping by my blog and I must return the compliment as your blog is equally uncluttered. Thanks for the review - will put this book on my ever-growning list of books to read!

  8. Peggy: I've heard that from a few different sources now. I've got to make sure it's on my to-read list.
    Claire: Thank you, and I was glad to find you! :)

  9. Gosh, I've read so many great books this year: Creep, The Help, Hate List, Stolen...and so many more I can't remember right now.

    Happy Ne Year, Kimberly!

  10. I've read a bunch of great things about Going Back for Romeo. Sounds like a fun read!

  11. Hey, I like your blog :)
    Best wishes,

  12. The last good book I read was 'The Last Song' by Nicholas Sparks. Right now, I'm almost through 'Shantaram' by Gregory David Roberts and I'm loving it.

  13. Hi Kimberly, I have downloaded Fairytale Farms just recently to read, but over my summer holidays (here in Aus) I have read quite a few books. Clockwork Angel, The Clockwork Prince and The Fallen Book 3. I am also reading something a little different for me, Cassa Fire which I am enjoying!

  14. Hello Kimberly, I just finished the "Nightshade" trilogy by Andrea Creamer. What a great saga, I loved every minute of it and I am sad it is over. The best review I have read is from the NYT - "A fantastical mash-up of religious warriors and witch hunts,of feminist will and societal oppression ...a book for well-read hopeless romantics who like their heroines conflicted, their love interests smoldering and their passions triangulated and torrid, Yet unfulfilled." I highly recommend these books, the end left me breathless.

  15. highland meets bridget jones? sounds pretty good to me! Thanks for sharing this.