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On the 19th day of advent K.J. recommends to me….

Every day on the run up to Christmas I am going to recommend a book that I truly enjoyed reading.

On the 19th day of Christmas K.J’s advent recommends;


Wilde Omens by Bree Lawrence (Twitter @BreeLawrence )

With an interesting, page turning plot wrought with danger, betrayal, and deception you’ll still be guessing where Penelope should place her trust right up until the end.

Buy it here.

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On the 19th day of advent K.J recommends to me
Wilde Omens by @BreeLawrence

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Please note: this is something I am doing in recognition of the books I have enjoyed. The authors do not know they have been selected, and have in no way asked to participate. I receive no form of profit from these recommendations.


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Book review: Wilde Omens by Bree Lawrence and S.E. Babin

Wilde Omens (Time Wardens Book 1) by Bree Lawrence and S.E. Babin is a cyberpunk, time 51qLniJhoCLtravel, urban fantasy unlike any other. Life for Penelope is difficult enough, all her life she has worked hard to be unspectacular. A genius forced to reign in her brilliance making good grades, but not enough to draw unwanted attention. She has a simple life, works a modest job, but she is anything but ordinary. Things were just fine, until her estranged father came for tea, a man claiming to be Sherlock Holmes. Penelope is thrust into a bizarre world of time-travel and superhuman abilities as her birthday marks the activation of a birthright handing down to her by the genes of him and her mother. Immortality, something many seek, and with its activation in the untrained daughter of the serum’s inventor now seems the perfect time for those denied this boon to make their move. Continue reading “Book review: Wilde Omens by Bree Lawrence and S.E. Babin”