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Raven's Glen

4.50  ·  Rating details ·  8 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Skylar Donaghue has no memory of the night her parents died. When the perfect career opportunity arises, she ignores her brother’s superstitious warnings, choosing to leave the Choctaw reservation where she grew up and return to the place of her birth.

Widowed and caring for his young daughter, relationships are the last thing on Jack Langham’s mind. A chance encounter find
Kindle Edition, 220 pages
Published February 3rd 2020 by Evernight Publishing
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Feb 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing
It was a job she couldn’t refuse, so Skylar returned to the place she was born, the place where her parents died, a nightmare she doesn’t remember. Is she tempting fate as her brother insists? Does he know more than he ever let on or is he being superstitious and over-protective?

When Skylar meets widowed father, Jack, she never in her worst nightmare could have known where he lived or what it would do to her very core.

Nancy E. Polin’s RAVEN’S GLEN is part light horror, part suspense-filled myste
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I really enjoyed this book. There is just enough of a slightly supernatural edge to be on the believable side and not too out there. The chemistry between Jack and Sky feels honest and convincing. If I had to ask for anything more it would be more of the Native American history and beliefs. I have always been fascinated by their cultures and there were bits in the book but more would have been better, for me at least. I understood how and why the book was titled Raven’s Glen, but would have enjo ...more
Jeannie Zelos
Feb 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Raven's Glen by Nancy E. Polin

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Genre: Mystery and Thrillers, Romance

I almost didn't read this, Nancy mentioned it had elements of horror, and its a family joke that I am a real wimp about that. I have such a vivid imagination that my dreams tend to be complex, and sometimes scary, so anything horror tips the balance...but it wasn't that sort of horror, more the unpleasantness that comes with certain elements of the supernatural. It was a bit spooky, but not s
Apr 15, 2020 rated it really liked it
3.5 stars (review request submitted by the author for an honest critique)

Raven’s Glen elicited many emotions from me. Read on to discover which ones and why.

Curiosity: For a while, I pondered these questions…

What was up with the house?
What truly happened the night Stephen escaped with Skylar?
Will Nancy elaborate on John Patrick’s fascination with the occult?
What’s Molly’s background? How could she sense something was a miss with Jack’s house.
What was up with the numerous encounters with the ra
Amelia Foster
Apr 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
If you’ve seen my past few reviews on Nancy Polin’s other books you know that I very quickly became a huge fan of Ms. Polin. Her writing is lush and descriptive and draws me in immediately so when she contacted me about reviewing her latest release I, of course, jumped at the opportunity.

Skylar Donaghue has received the offer of a lifetime, the dream job she’s worked towards for years. One small caveat: it’s in her hometown. The place she and her brother fled when she was just a child in the mid
N.N. Light
A paranormal romance that carries both genres equally like a ball carrier who switches from right to left hand over the course of the football field. The romance between Skylar and Jack is brilliantly written and there was more than enough in that story to fill a fantastic romance book.

The paranormal story is presented in an extremely mysterious fashion. There are some aspects to the story that didn't even become clear to this reader upon finishing the book. The evil ‘being’ in the book is well
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Jan 11, 2021 rated it liked it
I thought this might be an interesting read. It kicks off at a slow pace as all the characters come into play. We have Sky, a young woman that left home and her family for a new venture; Jack, a single father raising a feisty daughter; and an old woman recently widowed and wanting to hit the road.

A well-written story for the most part—lovely and lyrical in a sense. The narrative was relatively easy, but it’s a long, winding road with a lot of dust clouding in the way, especially in regards to t
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