Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Other People's Baggage - A Review

Other People’s Baggage


Kendel Lynn, Gigi Pandian
& Diane Vallere

A Review

Three stories for the price of one from two of my favorite authors and one new one make for a good deal. The stories have nothing in common - except for the lost luggage that belong to the main characters of the other stories. Together they form a trio of exciting novellas that prepare the reader to enjoy the longer novels that provide sequels to three stories provide here.

Each story is about a third of the length of a regular novel - though I was familiar with three of the authors, none of the three stood out as being great, but they each were enjoyable in their own right. I felt lucky to have the opportunity to review the book/stories.

The stories, being prequels to earlier published books, can be read as stand alone stories or they can be read later in the sequence, helping the reader to understand some of the events that brought the character into the situations we find in the corresponding novels. I enjoyed the break from reading novel after novel - reading these shorter works were a nice break from my usual fare.

This review is based on a free electronic copy provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review.  The opinions expressed are my own.

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