Kentuckiana Authors

Reviews of books written by members of Kentuckiana Authors

The Flesh and Blood trilogy – a Review

Whether they are good or bad, your actions have the potential to affect you, as well as those close to you, for the rest of time. The Flesh and Blood trilogy by Christina Kaye is full of twists and turns. The storyline is riveting. Forget cleaning the house or watching television shows; once you start…

One Shot At Love – a Review

The title of this book, One Shot At Love, makes it sound like it would be a romance story. This reader really isn’t fond of romance stories, but this book proved to be so much more. Yes, it is a romance story, but it is also about loyalty to one’s family, about Navy sharpshooters, and…

Outpost: Survivor Chronicles of the Great Rains: Book Two – a Review

How did the Ebola virus come to be in the rain that poured down? Who exactly is John Doe? Are aliens really behind everything that is going on? And since there are no children left, is there any hope for the survival of mankind? From aliens and deadly rains to mad and deranged power-hungry scientists,…

The Missing Butler and Other Life Mysteries – a Review

These life mysteries are awesome! Each of these stories is a slice of life with the little mysteries that we encounter. The absurd, the comical, and the mysterious aspects of life are presented. Some of these stories are sad enough to bring you to tears. Others are serious enough to cause one to ponder the…

Crowns of Silver & Ash: Book 1: The Seven Stars – a Review

Crowns of Silver & Ash: Book I: The Seven Stars is a fantasy lover’s dream book. Fantastic characters—some of them completely human, some not so human, and some magical—pull you into the story and make it hard to pull away from. Starting with the first sentence, the words flowed smoothly together as though they had…

Outpost: Survivor Chronicles of the Great Rains: Book One – a Review

When the rain, rain, rain came down, down, down in “Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day,” the only thing Pooh Bear was worried about was saving his jars of honey. When the great rains came down on Elizabethtown, Kentucky, it was nothing to sing about; it was something to fear. This rain didn’t provide…

Sway – a Review

Are you in control of what happens in your dreams? If you aren’t, then who is? In this psychological thriller/horror story, you are taken inside the mind of a man who has experienced horrendous things during his childhood. Now that he is an adult, what toll have these events taken on his life? He works…

Shimmer – a Review

We all studied the lost colony of Roanoke as part of history class when we were in school. I honestly don’t remember much about it. I remember that Virginia Dare, the first child born in the New World, was born in this colony. By this little girl’s third birthday, the entire colony had disappeared. Where…