I know I’ve been quiet since I’m working on my next book, but with Saint Patrick’s Day almost upon us, I wanted to share a fun Guest Blog I did over at RhiReading.
Want to see pics of Ireland and read a fun “Lucky-in-Love” story and also enter for a chance to win en eBook copy of BRIGHTEST KIND OF DARKNESS? Then click here and read on! 🙂
“… Michelle has managed to create something rather unique and different here. I loved her writing, the pacing, the characters, everything. This one definitely sucked me in and held me until the end. I’m so looking forward to the next one!…” Click here to read the entire review at Readergirl Reviews a Teen Book
“… I was so pleasantly surprised by how much I really enjoyed her book and how unique the story was right from the start. I truly love to be able to read a book that is unlike any other I have read before. To me it make for such a fun and intriguing read. There are always books out there to read about vampires, witches, werewolf’s, ect but to be able to pick one up and discover a untold story that will have you falling in love with the character’s or feeling you can’t put the book down because you just need to know what will happen to next is priceless…” Click here to read the entire review at Bittersweet Enchantment
“…YOU GUYS! I’m about to tell you about a book that I loved! It is action-packed, the pacing is perfect, and the plot is seamless. The characters are amazing and believable, the mythology is original, and the romance is perfect. If you are one of those people that do not typically read self-published books I would say to you that this is a great place to start. If you trust my opinion, check this one out…” Click here to read the entire review at Into the Hall of Books
“…Brightest Kind of Darkness is full of suspense, especially as Nara loses her powers. I was surprised on many occasions as the story unfolded and Michelle fills in the gaps in the story with extremely plausible, awesome explanations. Michelle has done a great job captivating her readers and I am eagerly awaiting the sequel…” Click here to read the entire review at A Book Vacation
“… I really enjoyed the slow build of their friendship to eventually more. It felt real and natural. No insta~love and no love triangles. Ethan still has a mystery surrounding him but he is very supportive of Nara and eventually very honest as well. He didn’t drag everything out for a long length of time. They had some great butterfly worthy scenes. I’m very picky in my romances so I’m happy to say that I really enjoyed their relationship…” Click here to read the entire review at Some Like it Paranormal