What I’m Reading: Ghost of a Gamble by J.E. McDonald

Book Review: Ghost of a Gamble by J.E. McDonald

This review is a little different than the young adult titles I’ve mainly reviewed in the past, but I’m a broad reader and earlier this year I decided I would post more about everything I read, not just YA titles. Not that I’ve been finding much time to post reviews due to the day job, but I’m here now, and I’m back with a review of a brand new paranormal romance.

I’m lucky enough to be friends with the author and was provided a free copy of Ghost of a Gamble to review, and I’m so glad because I loved this book! This is J.E. McDonald’s debut novel and fans of paranormal romance won’t be disappointed.

Bree can’t hold down a steady job, and when she once again finds herself unemployed she snatches up work with Zack in the hopes she’ll be able to pay her rent. Zack is mysterious and hot and a paranormal investigator and Bree has no idea what she’s in for.

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Ghost of a Gamble is full of twists and turns and bursting with a haunting atmosphere that I loved. J.E. McDonald has a great sense of humor and smooth writing and plot make it easy to keep reading and hard to put down the book. Ghost of a Gamble is also the first book in the Wickwood Chronicles, names after the fictional town where this book is set. If Ghost of a Gamble is a sign of things to come, then I’ve very glad there will be more books in this series.

Ghost of a Gamble is out today, and if you want to check it out, just follow the links below.

Amazon: smarturl.it/Wickwood1Amz                                                                              B&N: smarturl.it/Wickwood1BN                                                                                      Kobo: smarturl.it/Wickwood1Kobo                                                                              iBooks: smarturl.it/Wickwood1iBooks

To find out more about J.E. McDonald, check out her website at

https://www.jemcdonald.net

 

The Torc Paperback Edition Now Here!

I haven’t received by proof copies yet, but I’ve added the paperback edition of The Torc: Artifacts of Avalum Book 1 to Amazon.com, so now you can choose between Kindle Edition, or real, concrete paper. Here’s a preview of the full cover spread. I decided to keep it fairly simple, as I just love the art work, which was once again done by Leah Keeler.

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I’m currently working on rewrites of The Circlet: Artifacts of Avalum Book 2, for which I have the cover. I can’t wait to share it with you soon.

JEH