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I'm Kristal McKerrington. I have been a published author since 2010. I'm currently signed at Gilbert Literacy Agency. I'm signed with several publishers. I work with ReemVision. Even appeared on TMZ a few times. I'm a nationwide author with Marie's World. I have become a worldwide author with many publishers. 

I live in Scotland, I'm a believer in a free Scotland. I love Viking myths and history. I'm a reader in my spare time. I love to read paranormal and romance novels. I am co-creator of the genre wrestling romance with Joe E Legend. I'm a believer in doing a show on wrestling and romance writing together, showcasing my lifestyle compared to Joe's. 

I've written a comedy novel which comes out in 2015 with Firefly & Wisp Publishing. I'm entering new genres with interest. I love a challenge when it comes to my writing. 

I'm good friends with Mohombi who has supported my novel Marie's World going nationwide in the UK and will be released nationwide in the US. We have had support from Sony Music and other big promoters, celebrities. 

Sunday, 31 January 2016

Wilder: Guardian Series Book 1 by G.K DeRosa Review

Hello Readers,

So I got "Wilder: Guardian" book 1 by G.K. DeRosa so this review is going to be far more detailed than I usually do. I have to do this so that you know the full extent of my opinion on this novel. I hope that people understand that this is my opinion in exchange for the book.


4/5 stars

From the beginning I saw a great story starting to unfold. I tried to not read reviews on this book as I was doing it as part of my bookclub that I joined. In this section you will find the positive things I found in the book and below is the negatives I found. The whole arch of the story was well done and breath taking. There is a lot of Charmed feel to it instead of demons your getting vampires and an Elena sort of character.

I think that your going to find despite the ups and downs of this book that it will be hard to put down. There is a lot on offer for any reader that is looking to just sink into a good Young Adult books. I think that for a first time author and who self published the novel it was very well done. 

The book is far to much like The Vampire Diaries in my opinion. There was times that I was thrown out of the plot thinking of the TV show. This could be negative and also a positive. You might want to read books that are similar to the show and I think that you will enjoy it. The jumping of POV (points of view) in the chapters inside paragraphs took some getting use for me. I prefer to have one point of view per chapter.


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Kristal McKerrington

Thursday, 28 January 2016

Good Wife Season 5 Review

Hello Readers,

We are back to the DVD's review and I think that we are enjoying the change of pace. If there is a show or book you want to see on here then just comment below.


Drama starring Julianna Margulies as Alicia Florrick, a politician's wife who transforms herself into a career woman when a scandal surrounding her husband turns her life upside down


For me this is a season that has so many spoilers that I can't give you a descend run down without revealing what happens in this season. I can tell you that there is tears, laughs and "Oh no" moments through out this entire show. I have to say the characters haven't been stronger than they are in this great drama. 

I recommend wine and tissues for this one as we say goodbye to one of the main characters. Its going to test your limits also. Its going to make you either like Alicia more or have you siding with her husband. There seems to be a hard upcoming new season for the character Kerry. Klinda is going to go through the wringer too. I can't say enough good things about this show. I highly recommend it or get the box set for season 1-6. 


Thank you for stopping by today and I'm sure to link this blog to my personal one about my life so that you can enough both. PERSONAL BLOG I hope to see you back here again, 

Kristal McKerrington 

Saturday, 23 January 2016

Season 4 of The Good Wife 5 Star Review

Hello Readers,

Back to the DVD's that I have been review just for something different. I have placed my thoughts below on what I think of the TV show season 4 of The Good Wife.

The Good Wife Season 4 Blurb: 

Alicia Florrick (Emmy® and Golden Globe® winner Julianna Margulies) brings her sharp mind and signature grace to challenges both in and out of the courtroom. This season, she falls in sync with estranged husband Peter (Chris Noth) even as she and Will (Josh Charles) continue to flirt with temptation. And her career is finally flourishing as she's offered partnership status and gains more power at the office. Diane (Christine Baranski), Cary (Matt Czuchry) and Kalinda (Emmy winner Archie Panjabi) each face their own predicaments as the firm pulls out from under its debt, Cary struggles to carve his own niche, and Kalinda tangles with a volatile, mysterious ex-husband. Peter's gubernatorial campaign hits its stride, as Eli (Alan Cumming) falls under Federal investigation and battles new threats to his candidate's political future. The fallout reaches Alicia, as well, as she braves a new barrage of personal and professional adversaries, challenging her roles as a mother, lawyer and woman. In this 22-episode, 6-disc set, Alicia tests her boundaries, pushes her limits and proves her status as a good wife and a powerful leader.

The Review: 

So I gave The Good Wife Season 4 five star is because of the quality of the storylines that play out through out this series. We see the return of Colin Sweeny who is always extra funny and helps to make the season that bit more enjoyable. His schemes seem to play out through the season in small doses. 

Eli Gold finds himself the subject matter for this season and it seems that he's being target. The man brings a certain joy to the show and that makes the serious characters more enjoyable. The romantic elements from season 2 sweep into season 4 perfectly. Even though you do want to have some sort of ending to the love story. 


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Kristal McKerrington 

Friday, 22 January 2016

Blood Fued by Alyxandra Harvey 5 Star Review

Hello Readers,

So I managed to read the second book of this series rather than starting at the first one. You would think that would change my mind however you will find that it doesn't effect my review at all. I hope that the rest of her series is as good as the second book I read.

Blood Fued By Alyxandra Harvey

It's been centuries since Isabeau St. Croix barely survived the French Revolution. Now she's made her way back to the living and she must face the ultimate test by confronting the evil British lord who left her for dead the day she turned into a vampire. That's if she can control her affection for Logan Drake, a vampire whose bite is as sweet as the revenge she seeks. 

The clans are gathering for Helena's royal coronation as the next vampire queen, and new alliances are beginning to form now that the old rifts of Lady Natasha's reign have started to heal. But with a new common enemy, Leander Montmarte—a vicious leader who hopes to force Solange to marry him and usurp the power of the throne for himself—the clans must stand together to preserve the peace he threatens to destroy.

This second adventure in the Drake Chronicles—told from both Logan's and Isabeau's perspectives—has all the same butt-kicking action, heart-pounding romances and snarky humor that readers loved in Hearts at Stake, as well as exciting new revelations about the vampire dynasties to keep readers coming back for more.

The Review: 

From the beginning we start to see snippets of Isbeau's past that leads us into a much deeper storyline that is also told from Logan Drake's point of view. I personally love the split chapters and the flashbacks with greater detail placed in them. This made the book far more enjoyable to read and it gave me a deep connection with the characters. Through out the whole story I began to understand the certain characteristics that they shared and when they kissed it felt right and not forced. 

The humour that was hidden in the book was a great surprise and made it pass even quicker than I thought it would. I hadn't been so engrossed in a Vampire themed story since I read the work of Megan Duncan who is someone that every Vampire fan should read. 

All in all the book earned its 5 out of 5 stars. I have to congratulate the author on a well rounded, entertaining story that I'm sure will lead into a much bigger picture. 


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Thursday, 21 January 2016

ANGEL Book 2 - Awakening: (Paranormal Romance, Teen and Young Adult) by Katrina Kahler Review

Dear Readers,

We are back with the second book in the Angel series that turns out there is a third book in the works. I hope that we can have the third one on here when its released.

ANGEL Book 2 - Awakening: (Paranormal Romance, Teen and Young Adult) by Katrina Kahler 

The thrilling and action packed second book of the Angel Series. Awakening takes you on riveting journey with Ella, Taylor and Connor. 

Ella - What would I do without him? He has become my best friend, my constant companion, he keeps me sane. Will I ever wake from this coma. Life or death, Aiden says it is my choice... - 

Taylor - Everything has changed! I never thought I would find her. The love I have for this woman is total, nobody will ever hurt her again. And no one will stand in my way! - 

Connor - When I get out of here, I am going to kill him! - 

By the Best Selling Author - Katrina Kahler. Awakening will captivate your interest, you won't be able to put this book down. 

Review 4/5 Stars:

From the waking moment of Ella after she had dived out of a car will make your heart leap into your throat. Your going to want to cry, yell and will travel a journey of emotions that is not for the faint of the heart. There is some really inspiring moments and as with the first book we finish on a real cliff hanger. 

Katrina creates a scary character who will make you feel everything that she feels as she writes this book. Its hard to not get wrapped up in the world she creates. I have to say that she done an amazing job with this series. I can't wait to read the final one. 

The darkness was just a little to much for me. I  will warn you that its got a lot of points of view that some readers might find hard to read. I think though it adds to the book itself. 


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Kristal McKerrington 

Wednesday, 20 January 2016

One Last Spell by Raven Snow


So lets get dug into the book called "One Last Spell" by Raven Snow a series that I will be starting over the next few months.

One Last Spell: Paranormal Witch Cozy Mystery & Romance by Raven Snow 

Zelda has sworn never to perform magic again. She's also sworn never to help solve a murder again -- last time she did both, disaster occurred. She's had it with magic, murder, and men. 

She's happy with her life now, secluded on the mountainside in the small cozy town of Castlerock. No one bothers her and that's the way she likes it. But when her long lost best friend and police detective Jessica turns up on Zelda's doorstep one day everything changes. Jessica tells her there's been a murder in town and Zelda is the only one who can help. 

Last time, things ended in disaster. Zelda's life and relationships were destroyed. Zelda however can't say no to her best friend, especially when she hears that the murder victim is someone Zelda knew - a fellow outcast. Now the case is personal in more ways than one. Zelda agrees to help out but only this one last time. 

Zelda meets handsome but bumbling police recruit Josh, and she gets dragged further and further into the mystery, she might just have to rethink her stance on life. Maybe life back with the mortals might not be so bad after all, but things are not all they seem. 

Can Zelda solve the case and put her past to rest? 
Will Josh prove himself to be worthy of a witch's affections? 
Will this really be Zelda's last spell? 

Short Story. Volume 1 (approx. 10,000 words) ends with a small cliffhanger. Story concludes in Volume 2 (also approx. 10,000 words), which is available free (linked in the book). Romance is CLEAN.

My Review: 

From the first page I found myself getting wrapped up in Jessica who is the co leading female character who is friend with a witch called Zelda. The twists and turns that surround this going to keep you guessing until you complete the short story. I have found myself wanting to invest in the entire series for it raises questions like what happened with Harry? Is Josh the killer and did she go on a date with him? 

I can promise that this is a great cozy mystery with a romance element and having the witch element makes it even more interesting. 


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Kristal McKerrington 

Monday, 18 January 2016

Good Wife Season 3 Review

Welcome back readers and hello to new people.

So I just finished Season 3 of The Good Wife and I have placed my thoughts about it below. I included the picture of the single DVD. I hope that you enjoy my thoughts and it helps to convince you to take a crack at the show.

The Good Wife Season 3 Blurb and other praise: 

Discover this third season, and discover that perhaps the good wife is not afraid to be bad. Tougher in the courtroom, stronger for her family and hotter than ever behind closed doors, season 3 reveals a new side to Alicia Florrick (Emmy® and Golden Globe® winner* Julianna Margulies)... and she likes it. 

Upping her game at the office, Alicia is pivotal in helping Lockhart/Gardner navigate a year of rough waters. While she and Will (Josh Charles) finally get their romantic timing right, there are consequences for both. 

She has a new professional adversary in her ex, Peter Florrick (Chris Noth), who aligns with Alicia's rival Cary (Matt Czuchry). Will faces disbarment, Diane (Christine Baranski) tries to keep the firm afloat and Kalinda (Emmy® winner** Archie Panjabi) tries to mend her damaged relationship with her best friend. 

Meanwhile, Eli (Alan Cumming) has joined the firm, clashing with partners, attorneys and Alicia as only he can. Right from the start of this 6-disc, 22-episode collection, The Good Wife is a brand-new woman.
*2011 Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series; 2010 Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Drama. 
** 2010 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

A much faster pace season that leaves you wanting Alicia to get together with Will Garner however fates are going to have other plans for these two. She finds herself a drift after becoming a single mother and having a meddling in her life. 
I found this an intense season and I enjoyed it very much. I found it both entertained myself but it also entertained my husband who's not a drama fan. He seemed to get glued into it. There is some really funny parts and some nailing biting scenes. I even got teary. Just watch out for Eli will be in for a rough ride himself. Its worth watching sometimes for him alone. 
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Kristal McKerrington 

Saturday, 16 January 2016

The Little Shop of Hopes and Dreams 5 Star review

Hello Readers,

We have a bit of Christmas theme for this new start of the new year. Lets get to grips with a prefect book that works outside of Christmas as its not a heavy themed Christmas book despite what the cover says. I will get into my thoughts below on the review portion of this post.

The Little Shop of Hope and Dreams
5 Stars

Nicole Harrison is planning the proposal of the century. Too bad its not her own
Nicole, a born organiser and true romantic, has created her dream job when she sets up the Hopes & Dreams proposal agency – staging YouTube worthy proposals…until she’s hired to plan a proposal by gorgeous photographer Alex Black’s girlfriend.
Alex is the New Year’s kiss that Nicole hasn’t been able to forget – and now she’s planning his wedding to someone else! But if she lets herself fall for Alex’s charms, her reputation and business will be ruined before it’s even got off the ground! Suddenly the girl whose always prepared is at a loss…and falling head over heels.

Praise for The Little Shop of Hopes and Dreams

'Sweet and romantic, a story guaranteed to have you smiling’ - Milly Johnson

My Thoughts: 

So from the start I was taken in by the hottest kiss that I had read in a while. I got myself hung up on the wonderful Alex, rolled my eyes at all the right places when it came to Saffron. Nicole is a woman who has for many years believe that she wants something that she must strive for even if that means men can't be apart of the picture and in the ends she finds who she is. 

You can't help but love the brave personality that you find behind the characters and the wonderful story that Fiona Harper has created with a writing voice that just makes you want to sink into the book like its a hot bubble bath while you watch snowflakes fall down by the window. 


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Kristal McKerrington 

Friday, 15 January 2016

ANGEL Book 1 - Guardian: (Paranormal Romance, Teen and Young Adult) by Katrina Kahler

Hello Readers 

We are diving into the head spinning, nail biting review of "Angel" book 1 of 2. 

ANGEL Book 1 - Guardian: (Paranormal Romance, Teen and Young Adult)  by Katrina Kahler 

An Exhilarating New Series by the Best Selling Author - KATRINA KAHLER (Amazon All Star Award Author) 
A unique, enthralling and sensitive story about Ella, a 17 year old girl...her love, adversity and paranormal experiences. 

- He seemed like Ella's dream guy...fun, handsome and loving, but there was a darker side to Taylor. Ella was head over heels in love with him...until his jealous aggressive streak destroyed their relationship. Luckily for Ella, her guardian angel protects her from his darkness...until one day when he is forbidden to intervene. - 

A totally compelling story that you won't be able to put down.

5 star Review: 

Angel dives into the paranormal story that is do with Angel. It's suspense filled, shocking at times and will take you from sweet to dark in one point five seconds. Each twist and turn of the characters gives you an all around picture of the leading characters Ella and Taylor. You'll even find more out about them as the story progresses to a fever pitch that leaves you dangling off a cliff. 

The only things that you might want to consider before buying the book is that its from a series of POV that might be hard for some readers to follow. I didn't find it disturbed the storyline at all rather I think it helped to paint a much better picture. 


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Kristal McKerrington 

Tuesday, 12 January 2016

The Vampire Christmas Carol- 5 Star Review

Hello Readers,

So I will no longer be presenting my thoughts on here for I have a word press for doing my updates and personal adventures on. Click on that link WORD PRESS (PERSONAL BLOG). I hope that you will check it out and enjoy what you find there.

So now onto what has brought you here. Its the review that I did for A Vampire's Christmas Carol. I hope that you enjoy the review as much as I enjoyed the book.

New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Cynthia Eden heats up the holidays with...A VAMPIRE'S CHRISTMAS CAROL. 

This holiday season has bite. 

Ben Prescott hates Christmas—he’s a vampire, and to him, there’s certainly nothing jolly about the holiday season. While the humans are running around being merry, he’s hunting in the shadows. Ben plans to spend the holidays his way…by stalking deadly prey. 

But fate has other plans for Ben. 

Three visitors are coming Ben’s way…A demon who will force Ben to face his past, a ghost who will show Ben the present he could have, and a shifter who will reveal the darkness that waits in Ben’s future. Unless Ben can change his ways, he may just turn into a real monster, one who can’t be saved by anyone or anything. 

‘Tis the season…to be undead. 

Ben’s redemption rests in the hands of the one woman he loved and lost—Simone Laurent. If Ben is going to have a chance at being more than just the beast in the darkness, he has to prove himself to the lovely Simone. A very hard task, considering that, once upon a Christmas Eve, Simone died in Ben’s arms… 

Warning: This book features one very tortured vampire, a sexy ghost from his past, and hot scenes designed to melt the winter snow. Plenty of action, adult situations, and steamy times are ahead. Happy holidays!


So from the get go I was sucked into the same feeling of "The Christmas Carol." The Vampire elements was a nice twist. I liked how the series progressed using Angels and Demons. A shifter even appears. You could call a jail break from the paranormal world. The details that this author has put into the story will make it hard for you to not to love it. 

I saw that there was some complements of not having a long enough story and I have to disagree with that as the story is just the right length for this particular tale. She couldn't have made this story better by making it this length and the price is good also. So I can't see any reason to lower her star rating. 

The sexual elements in this book can be skipped over if that isn't what you want to read. She doesn't go over the top with it and its refreshing for the first scene through to the end. These scenes are well placed in the book and you can tell the book isn't centred around it. The plot is strong and really enjoyable. I hope that you will find it to be a great Christmas read too. 


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Kristal McKerrington 

Saturday, 9 January 2016

Good Wife Season 2- 5 stars

Hello Readers,

Welcome to part 2 of my blogging session tonight where I am sitting down in my bed tucked up with a hot water bottle, listening the wind raging away outside to write this review. I think that your going to love it. I really like what the team who created Good Wife has done to make this series such a success and I can't wait to see where its going to take us as a viewer.

Season 2 blurb: 
All 23 episodes from the second season of the American legal drama. Julianna Margulies stars as the resilient and resourceful Alicia Florrick, whose life falls apart when her state attorney husband Peter (Chris Noth) is sent to jail after becoming involved in a very public sex and political corruption scandal. In order to support herself and two teenage children, Alicia goes back to work as a defence attorney and proceeds to rebuild her life - and her independence - case by case. The episodes are: 'Taking Control', 'Double Jeopardy', 'Breaking Fast', 'Cleaning House', 'VIP Treatment', 'Poisoned Pill', 'Bad Girls', 'On Tap', 'Nine Hours', 'Breaking Up', 'Two Courts', 'Silly Season', 'Real Deal', 'Net Worth', 'Silver Bullet', 'Great Firewall', 'Ham Sandwich', 'Killer Song', 'Wrongful Termination', 'Foreign Affairs', 'In Sickness', 'Getting Off' and 'Closing Arguments'.


This is an easy 5 star review for sometimes I find that TV shows let their focus slip when they enter into the second season for they think 'yes' we did it. They didn't do that at 'The Good Wife' instead they took things to the next level and made the show even better. With myself and hubby going into the third season I'm even more excited about what we are going to learn and discover. I have found myself interested in the characters that have broken out ahead of the others. I know that there will be a scramble in season 3 for the spotlight. 

This show is a must view with a glass of wine and some sweet deserts laying about for your not going to want to move. 

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Kristal McKerrington 

Without You- A Christmas Short Story by Adrianne James- 5 stars

Hello Readers,

Today in Helensbrugh was the sort of day that you wanted to curl up and watch stuff. I had a lot more to do than that. I finished one of the books in my 5 book series I needed to finish. Did 10 pages of the 511 page book that I had to edit and finished this short story that I'm going to share with you.

Recently I took time out to do a Podcast that I enjoyed doing and spoke freely for the first time in I don't know how long. I almost forgot that I was there to talk about Marie's World. That information will be on the blog later next week.

I will have 2 posts today as I finished the 2 nd season of The Good Wife and I will post that review separately. I'm doing well finding that I'm happier and fighting to learn to deal with braces. I hope that will be an upside in my new year.

Without You- A Christmas Short Story by Adrianne James

Logan has a serious decision to make. Does he follow his head and leave the girl who only follows her heart behind, or does he leave the only life he knows to follow his heart back into her arms?


For me it was the sweetest book that I have read in a while and the author did some outstanding work on the book itself. The story of a soldiers struggle was perfect, if you love "Army Wives" then you would love this book. A Christmas theme wrapped into it made the book outstanding in my opinion considering its length. I was delighted that she did a 9 page free read for it allowed me to see her great work in action and I fell in love. 

I would say that this is a must have for your next short read when your struggling to get into the mood to read. 


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Kristal McKerrington 

Friday, 8 January 2016

A Cowboy For Christmas 5 Star Review

Hello Readers,

Today I managed to squeeze another book out between writing sessions and podcasts. I think that I might be the happiest I have been in awhile with the chances to just be myself. I'm writing when I want and soon will be diving into a head long session of edits on 2 new books.

But onto what has brought you here which is the review of a new book I discovered.

A Cowboy For Christmas

This year’s Cowboy Christmas in Las Vegas promises to be merry and bright. But the real magic is happening outside the rodeo. 

Dusty Waite comes from a family of world championship bronc riders. His father and older brother have been there, done that, and their gold buckles taunt Dusty at every family gathering. Now he’s the top pick for the win. If luck and skill aren’t on his side, he’ll be a family joke—plus he’ll lose his endorser, Rawhide foods. Losing the money would hurt, but no way will he walk away from the saucy little cowgirl running things. 

Avalee Byrd is the marketing mastermind behind Rawhide. The next world championship bronc rider is going to be the face pimping high-energy drinks and power bars made specifically for hardworking cowboys. Trouble is, he’s more than a little distracted—by her. And she’s having a difficult time keeping herself from landing on Planet Ripped-Abs too. 

While Avalee struggles to keep from mixing business with pleasure, Dusty is one determined cowboy. He wants the win, the job and the girl. But luck may not be on his side. 

5 Star Review
From the start of this book your going to fall head long into the arms of a cowboy that isn't going to relent till he gets his prize. Avalee stands no chance against this Bronic rider who seems to be willing to give up anything to be with her. 

This book will throw you head long into one erotica scene after another. It will make you wonder if you want to be stretched in all the right places by this cowboy. He's smart and keeps coming up with new ways to make Avalee and you beg for mercy. 

Its the perfect Christmas warmer and heck its great to get in the mood with a book like this. I have to say the author did a great job balancing the perils of romance and the excitement/need of erotica. 

Enjoy this one for its a short story that backs a harder bunch than a pack of wild horses. 


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Kristal McKerrington 

Monday, 4 January 2016

Good Wife Season 1 5 star review

Hello Readers

Well today I'm doing something a little different I'm letting you walk into my DVD collection. Its not one of just wrestling DVD's even though that does take up a fair bit of space. There is shows that I have fallen in love with that I will be covering from time to time on this blog to give you something a little extra to sink your teeth into with your morning coffee or during one of your breaks at work. 

So DVD choice of this week has to be "Good Wife" Season 1. This is what my husband and I are watching currently. He's new to this and seems to be engaged which for him to do during a drama show is really unheard of. He normally shys away from them. 


After being publicly humiliated by her husband's sexual and political scandal, Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies) tries to pick up the pieces of her shattered life by returning to her former career as a defence attorney. She lands a position as a junior associate at a prestigious Chicago law firm, but soon learns that she will have to battle with other 20-something recruits to land the one and only full-time associate position. Is there life after humiliation? Alicia Florrick is determined to get past her past and make it on her own.
From Amazon.co.uk
The sort of situation that a lot of women find themselves in.
There is many different kinds of situations that women often find themselves in due to their husbands. This is the prime example of who one woman can handle such a situation. Alicia also covers the areas of a mother going back to work who hasn't worked since she had kids. She must deal with all elements of her husbands scandal in her real life and at times there is no way to get away from that. This is another element that the show doesn't just touches upon but grasps with both hands.
The US TV schedules have never been shy of legal thrillers, and at first glance, The Good Wife is the kind of show that might easily blend into the crowd. And yet is has some key assets in its corner that lift it into something altogether more interesting. The key asset toThe Good Wife is Julianna Marguiles in the lead role of Alicia Florrick. Not long after we meet her, we discover that her life has been blown apart by the actions of her husband. Thus, in the middle of her life, she has to restart her career as a junior at a law firm, where she finds herself competing against the younger, fresher graduates. It’s an interesting dynamic, and one that’s strengthened enormously by some terrific writing and thoughtful cases. For it’s the storytelling that’s the other main strength of The Good Wife, and that’s likely to keep you gripped right the way through this maiden season. Granted, there’s a feeling that it often covers ground that many shows have got to before. Yet The Good Wife puts a strong enough spin on the formula to emerge as a quality TV show in its own right. --Jon Foster


I'm delighted to see a show that shows a strong woman struggling to find her feet and doing so. There is so few dramas out there that truly capture what a lot of women go through. That was what earned the show the five stars. They could do with leveling the sound better in the episodes as we often found ourselves turning up the show and down at times when it got to loud.

The presentation of the product was well done and it makes it a great DVD for the cost. I recommend this to everyone that is looking for a great series to sink their teeth into.



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Sunday, 3 January 2016

Liar Review 4 stars

Hello Readers, 

I have been working hard on "Blood's" series challenge that I set myself and since this is going to be the year of challenges. I have started a Goodreads challenge that I'm sure is going to test me to my limits. I have to read 100 books and I have the first one. 

Now onto the part that you came here to see. The review of "Liar". I hope that you enjoy it as much as I did. 


There’s a liar who lives inside us all. We lie because we’re selfish creatures. White lies, skirting the truth, half-truths...we have valid reasons for telling them. 

But, could a lie ever have good intentions? 

This is a short story about three liars. 


The story was so sweet yet still clinging to hot. Each of the characters had something to offer the reader. It has a gritty side to the story that made it more in tune of what you might see going on today. The book has an international appeal to it as you can see it happening in any high school. 

What made it lose the star for me was the then and now jumps. Sometimes it threw me clean out the book. That's something that I struggled with but got through it. I'm glad I did so I could enjoy the story I found within.


Make sure that you have a look at this book. I hope that you will check back again to see if there is another author on here that you might like or discover a brand new author on here that you might enjoy. Thank you for your time and please feel free to subscribe to the blog. 

Kristal McKerrington