Mini Review

Halloween Withdrawal: Mini Review for Her by Danielle Rose

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Book Title: Her

Book Author: Danielle Rose

Page Count: 12

Publishing Date: September 16th, 2017

Publisher: OfTomes Publishing

Date Read: November 2nd, 2017


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Mini Review:

Her is heart pounding and gripping! This one is creepy and intense! For anyone who loves scary stories, this one is perfect!

I was unable to read any creepy books during October due to my schedule, so I was having a bit of Halloween withdrawal! This short story was perfect to quench my creepy thirst! It was well developed for its length. It kept building with the horror and suspense, and had a perfect ending. It definitely gave me the chills and raised my pulse a little!

My only negative is that it was too short and I was left wanting an entire book (so, not really a negative at all)! I was such a quick, fun read, that I already want to read it again! My Halloween/Creepy Reads withdrawal is now officially satiated! Make sure you read this story!

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Thank you to the author for sending me this free e-copy in exchange for my honest review!

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30 thoughts on “Halloween Withdrawal: Mini Review for Her by Danielle Rose

      1. They were all different types of romance reads. Seemed that the publication for those was heavy at the first of Oct getting them out for sale before the holiday season hits.

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      2. Haha true, that and Hallmark. I just saw Netgalley adding books that were based on the Hallmark movies I’d already seen. I’m sure I’ll find more Christmas reads before the holiday arrives though to keep me in the mood. 🙂

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      3. A few of my favorites so far this season have been A Hummingbird Christmas by Karen Foley, The Christmas Cowboy Hero by Donna Grant and Hope at Christmas by Nancy Naigle. Not sure if any are still up for review but they were all good in their own ways, the second even had a bit of suspense in the story.

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