Sunday, February 10, 2013

Review: Shadow of Time

They say love knows no color, no financial or clique boundaries. Even a vampire and a human can fall in love. Still, Hannah fears Josh will stay away from her because she is older, leading to some funny and heartwrenching situations. If only Hannah knew why Josh was keeping his distance maybe her fears would go away?

Or maybe she'd run away?

I admit I enjoyed seeing how their courtship is pulled and taunted with. Especially  when strange dreams begin to plague Hannah. Couldn't help it. Jen Minkman's writing is both energetic and flows without awkwardness, making it easy to loose oneself into the story. Also the research she did on the Navajo people -- words, traditions, even food -- made her characters feel real.

Can't wait to read what she will come up with next.

Jen Minkman

Expect more paranormal romance from Jen Minkman soon as she is currently busy with the release of The Boy from the Woods set in Austria


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  2. This is the first that I've heard of this book! I love it when authors do research and make their books very detailed as well. The dream thing sounds pretty interesting! Thanks for the review. :D
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

  3. Your review was great also like I said glad to see you enjoyed it as much as I did. & I fell in love with your blog I had to follow =D