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  • Title: Darkest Fears Trilogy by Clair Delaney

    By Carribbean Queen
    Review: WOW ... what an utterly compelling story! I found myself reading into the wee hours on the weekend and at every spare opportunity during the week. I appreciate how the author careful linked the past with the present and towards the end propelled the readers into the future. Clearly such a gifted/talented writer that as the story continued to unfold ensured that so many bits and pieces from previous conversations were not forgotten and were carefully and thoughtful woven into the story. Clair Delaney will definitely be added to the list as one of my "TOP-10" authors. I'm looking forward to reading more of her books in the very near future! //EOF (MK-Platinum) ... 🌷
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  • Hard to get past the spelling and grammatical errors.

    By Lilac00300
    The Darkest Fears Trilogy presents an interesting and suspenseful romantic story line with good character development. The author does does a great job with plot in leaving the reader with a feeling of wanting to know what happens next. I have to give the trilogy three stars only however because it is challenging to get past the significant spelling and grammatical errors in each of the three books. Given the numerous programs available for reviewing spelling and grammar there really is no excuse for significant errors such as using "your" instead of "you're" or "you are" properly. I can only hope the author will release revised versions of the books that address some, if not all of the more significant spelling and grammar errors.

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