This week’s I Love Romance Blog review selection is The Key of F By Jennifer Haskin. With paranormal and sci-fi elements, this full-length novel is a great read.
Fale, who is as down-to-Earth as she is incredible, begins a journey to find out exactly who she is. When she starts having visions of the future and trying to do something about it, will she change it for the better or worse?
Really, I cannot say enough good things about this book – the storyline is well thought through, the dialogue is believable and relatable, and the interactions between the main characters keep you reading.
This book is extremely well-written and thought out and I look forward to reading the next one in the series – I give The Key of F By Jennifer Haskin 5 HEARTS!
Only $.99 on Kindle.
Fale, Takanori warrior-in-training, begins having visions on her eighteenth birthday. When she realizes the visions are coming true, she intervenes and changes one to save the life of her crush. Soon after, thugs climb out of the woodwork chasing them with the intent to kill. Their only clue lies in the key Fale wears, given to her by her father on his deathbed. Could the key have something to do with her destiny? Can they live long enough to find the answers?
Universal Reader link: https://books2read.com/u/bW9G0D
Here’s a peek at the book…
AUTHOR: Jennifer Haskin
TITLE: The Key of F (book one of the Freedom Fight Trilogy)
GENRE: paranormal romance, urban fantasy, some YA elements
RELEASE DATE: May 8, 2018
PUBLISHER: Rogue Phoenix Press
OUR RATING: ♥♥♥♥♥
REVIEWED BY: Kevin Ethan
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Sounds great! Shared. 🙂