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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. 

Tuesday, 21 February 2017

Fatal Justice- By Marie Force - Review

Hello All,

I'm getting into the second book in the twelve book series that was created by Marie Force. I have to say that I started reading this for my mother in law to see if she would like it or not. I think she will. I hope that you will fall in love with these books too. 

Fatal Justice

She looked into the dead face of the man she'd dined with the night before
Standing over the body of a Supreme Court nominee, Lieutenant Sam Holland is hip-deep in another high-profile murder case. The fact that she was one of the last people to see Julian Sinclair alive just complicates things even more. On the plus side, her relationship with Senator Nick Cappuano is heating upbut it's also attracting a lot of unwanted media attention and blinding flashbulbs.
The pressure is on for Sam to find Sinclair's killer, but a new lead in her father's unsolved shooting puts her in unexpected danger. When long-buried secrets threaten to derail her relationship with Nick, Sam realizes that while justice is blind, mixing romance with politics has the potential to be fatal
"An outstanding romantic suspense." RT Book Reviews, 4.5 stars, on Fatal Justice

4/5 Reviews

From the off start, this book takes us to the next stage with the story that had everything tied up around Nick and Sam. Poor Nick is about to face what most boyfriends, husbands of cops live with every day. For this part, I have to say it's a nice touch and think that there were many families who would have loved this.

I struggled with the double caseload that was part of the storyline that I found rather distracting or how quickly that the book did. I have gotten into loving the way that Sam can take on everything with great ease. The suspense and rush were what made my heart race faster.

The gang element seemed to be thrown in at the last second and made the plot feel slightly rushed. I did though like the ending that seemed to be a showdown in the heat of the moment at the end of the novel. It was a well constructed emotional outing that I imagine must have taken hours to write. There was a humour to the scene and a gut tensing moment that made me want to go 'oh snap.' 

The proposal in itself was worth reading and the heart stopping moments in between were also worth reading the book for even if there were parts that just didn't fit well with me. The book has a lot to offer a lot of readers out there. 


Thank you for stopping by and keep an eye on my Goodreads currently reading status to see what books are going to be reviewed next. You can also come here whenever you feel like seeing if there is anything new up for you to enjoy. 


Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Blood Prophecy- Alyxandra Harvey - Review

Hello all,

We are now reviewing the end of the great series and Alyxandra Harvey I was super sad that it was over. There was tears brimming on my rims.

Blood Prophecy- Alyxandra Harvey

Solange Drake has been officially crowned Queen of the Vampires, fulfilling the centuries old prophecy that foretold the rise to power of a daughter born to an ancient vampire line. Except Solange's thoughts and actions are no longer her own-she's been slowly being possessed by the spirit of Viola, the first daughter born into the Drake line, since her bloodchange. And instead of uniting the vampire tribes under the rule of an ancient daughter as the prophecy predicted, Viola would rather destroy them all and enslave humans in a personal vendetta for the devastation both wrought to her life centuries ago. Can Solange break her hold in time to save everyone she loves from a vampire civil war, hunter attack, and each other? Not everyone will survive the prophecy . . . perhaps not even her.

5/5 Review

I got stuck into this book at great speed because of the end of the last one and I was trying to savour the great final of the book, but I couldn't it was just too good. I got wrapped up in Lucy's troubles. I was shouting at Solange the whole way through it. I couldn't get enough of how all the characters were tied together and was glad to see that Solange finally come into her own. So much happened in this book that is far too hard for me to lay it all out in neat little parcels. 

I will leave you with this, I can't be more touched by this book. Saddened it ended and wishing it would restart. Please read this series above all other vampire ones please read this one. 


Thank you all for stopping by and I can't wait to come back with another review from my stack of huge to be read books. Who knows who's next on the list. :D 

Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Blood Moon By Alyxandra Harvey Review

Hello Readers,

I couldn't wait to review book number five of The Drake Chronicles, and I'm now I fear the end of the sixth book. I have to say this review that I found the easiest to write.

Blood Moon Blurb: 

When the vampire tribes convene for the rare Blood Moon ceremonies, family secrets and forbidden magic put all of the Drakes in danger. Nicholas is caught between saving his little sister, Solange, or his girlfriend, Lucy. Who will he choose?

5/5 Stars - Review

Right from the beginning, I was tangled up in the epic story that was brewing with Lucy, Solange, Keiran and Nicholas. Things were certainly showing peril that no one could have seen coming. Another element seems to be at play from the first page of Solange's appearance. Her addiction to live blood is proving to be a problem. Her rebellion towards her family was very shocking indeed especially if you have followed Solange's story. 

I couldn't put this book down as the story continued to develop at a fast pace. Lucy seems to come into her own in this book, and Nicholas is tested in ways that I never imagined. I was left asking myself so many questions at the end of this book. 

Who the hell was Dawn? 

This is a must have the book, and you will not be able to stop reading it I promise. 


Thank you for stopping by to check out the review and I hope that you will come back to fall in love with another book that we are reviewing on here. 

Kristal McKerrington 

Sunday, 5 February 2017

Bleeding Hearts (Drake Chronicles) By Alyxandra Harvey Review

Hello All, 

So we are getting close to me finishing the Drake Vampires series. I have to say am sad. If your reading this Alyxandra Harvey please find a way to publish more of this great series. I just know there is more to this two families. 

Bleeding Hearts By Alyxandra Harvey

Lucy's cousin Christabel has come to live in Violet Hill, and adjusting to the difference between life in a small mountain town and her home in the city is difficult. The strict curfew that Lucy's parents enforce is hard to respect. Surely something really dangerous couldn't possibly happen in this tiny town.

But Christabel starts to notice some mysterious happenings, and it seems like Lucy, her boyfriend Nicholas and his brother Connor are all in on a secret that Christabel doesn't understand - one that seems deadly serious. Although she won't admit it, Christabel would love to be in on any secret with Connor Drake. When Christabel is kidnapped by the ruthless Hel-Blar vampires, Lucy and Connor finally fill her in on all the undead drama. Together, they must find a way to stamp out the Hel-Blar for good.

5/5 Stars - Reviews

I just can't say enough good things about this story. I love the name Christabel for the start especially when we learn about the poem. I have to say with my name I would love it came with something so awesome. Not just well pieces of rock. 

Christabel is my kind of character with her love of books and the need to go over poems that were memorised. There is an edge to this book that I loved so wholeheartedly. I loved how Christabel saw this whole adventure as a book that she had been dropped into. I actually said, "Yes that is so cool." I enjoyed the relationship that was developing with Connor. I would have liked to see more of Helena's reaction to the situation personally. That is only because I have a little love for her. 

I could have hugged Alyxandra Harvey when she added another kind of Vampire especially when she entered the Viking word. I was so happy. I'm Viking mad I think. Anyway. I have to say I couldn't contain myself when I finished this book at like 3 am and went straight into the next one in the series. I just couldn't get enough of it. 

Out did yourself, Alyxandra Harvey! I love it. Well done. 



Thank you for stopping by and hope that you will be just as excited about this book as I was. 

Kristal McKerrington. 

Wednesday, 1 February 2017

Midnight Bites - Rachel Caine - 16/16 of Morganville Vampires

Hello All,

I'm saddened today at the loss of a series that I was in love with from the very beginning and how I didn't want to read this last book as it would mean the end of the series.

Sadly that day has come.

Morganville Vampire's Book 16
Midnight Bites- 
Rachel Caine

New York Times bestselling author Rachel Caine presents a collection of stories—including six new tales—featuring the little Texas town that’s overrun by the undead.
By day, Morganville, Texas, is just a typical college town. By night, the vampires emerge and take control.... 
In a town where it’s not safe to be out after dark, student Claire Danvers and her friends have had their fair share of thrills. But Morganville still has a few secrets left to tell.
Now, in this collection, you can venture down the town’s strange streets, revisit all the tales you’ve come to love, and experience six new stories featuring your favorite Morganville residents—both human and vampire...

5/5- Review 

From Eve, Marlyn, Shane, Oliver and all the other characters of this great town has come to make me feel whole with their own stories, adventures, etc. The idea of doing the short stories has touched me, and it wasn't something I was sure I could read the short stories books don't always tie in well together. Rachel Caine managed this without a problem. 

I couldn't get enough of the different teams and pairings that she presented to us. I have to say thank you to the Kickstarter who gave us something beyond special. There was no other way to end the series and its something that I'm grateful to

have read. I hope that Rachel Caine will go back to the town because Jeremy has invaded or because there is a new threat that this band can solve. 

With tears in my eyes, I say farewell and Rachel you got yourself a reader for life. 


Thank you for stopping by and I hope that you will come back again to see what else I have managed to review. This year is the time for me to end the series I have started. 

Kristal McKerrington 

Monday, 23 January 2017

The Prince Who Loved Me (The Oxenburg Princes, #1) by Karen Hawkins - Review

Dear all, 

I'm so delight to write a review about a historical book that has something that we all love. The blurring of a reader getting to fall in love with their dream hero. I think if this is something of interest with you then you should read this book and the review I did about it. 

The Prince Who Loved Me (The Oxenburg Princes, #1)  by Karen Hawkins

Meet the Princes of Oxenburg... Fairytales with a sizzling, Scottish, and delightfully sparkling twist from New York Times bestseller Karen Hawkins. Fans of Julia Quinn, Monica McCarty and Julie Garwood will fall under the spell of this enchanting romance.
Once upon a time a rakish prince who didn't believe in true love met a stubborn fair lady who wouldn't settle for anything less...
Prince Alexsey Romanovin revels in his life of carefree flirtation. So when his grandmother insists it's time for him to wed and whisks him away to Scotland, Alexsey vows to foil her plans. And when he stumbles upon Bronwyn Murdoch, the prince thinks he's found his answer.
Bookish Bronwyn has no time for a handsome flirt - no matter how intoxicating his kisses are. And she knows full well that a spoiled, arrogant prince wouldn't be seriously interested in such a firm-minded female. But if Alexsey is foolish enough to play such a game, then Bronwyn is determined to turn it upside down, and prove that an ordinary woman can bring a prince to his knees...
For more fun, flirty and dazzling romance, look out for Book Two in Karen Hawkin's Princes of Oxenburg series, The Prince And I, and The Princess Wore Plaid enovellaAnd catch her fabulous Duchess Diaries series.

Review 5/5

This book was just perfect in my opinion up until the ending. That was the part that I struggled with because I didn't feel like it was the best way to bring those two back together. It seemed to me that Bronwyn gave in too easily to his pitch of marriage. I also felt like there should be consequences to the grandmother and stepmother of the leading characters. 

The rest though made the book remain 5/5 stars for there were so few moments that I was thrown out of it and the detail she puts into the book is fantastic. I love the rich snippets of Bronwyn's favourite book as this proceeds. I think that the fact that Prince was going to give her a book was an incredible detail. The shoe part was a little odd for me as it was like she was making the last minute ditched attempt to make it feel like a Cinderella story. 

I will be continuing on with this series and look forward to seeing how the rest of it turns out. This, in my opinion, is a book for readers who are addicted to books as I am. The feel is perfect and it's so easy to read. I know that there is a lot of you out there that will enjoy this. So check it out and make sure its a part of your bookcase. 


Thank you for stopping by to check out my thoughts on this book and I hope you come back for more reviews from me. 

Kristal McKerrington 

Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Daylighters By Rachel Caine - Book 15 of The Morganville Series.

Hello All,

Today, in my opinion, is a sad day for it turns out that we are saying goodbye to those we love in Morganville and closing the door on their journey. I have been there since the start, and it's breaking my heart to even consider writing this post. I must go forth and do what needs to be done before the tears take hold.

Daylighters- Rachel Caine

Something drastic has happened in Morganville while Claire and her friends were away. The town looks cleaner and happier than they've ever seen it before, but when their incoming group is arrested and separated - vampires from humans - they realise that the changes definitely aren't for the better. It seems that an organisation called the Daylight Foundation has offered the population of Morganville something they've never had: hope of a vampire-free future. And while it sounds like salvation - even for the vampires themselves - the truth is far more sinister and deadly. Now, Claire, Shane and Eve need to find a way to break their friends out of Daylighter custody, before the vampires of Morganville meet their untimely end ...Includes a brand new and exclusive Morganville short story.

Review: 5/5

Perfect ending to a whirlwind story that shouldn't be forgotten and must be read time after time. 

That was the first thing I thought after the tears had stopped pouring and my heart stopped pounding. The most magical moment is had in that book at the end. The journey throughout the book really did feel like they were tying up loose ends but in the right way. A much-needed way. 

Rachel deals from her deck of plot twists and heart wrecking moments right up to the very end. She doesn't just leave you wishing the series wouldn't end. She leaves a good warm fuzzy feeling behind. It just felt right and exactly how a fantastic series such as that should end. 

This series is a must buy!!!



Thank you for stopping by and for taking the journey with me through the series. I hope this review makes fellow readers out there want to read her work and enjoy the great stories she has to tell. 

Kristal McKerrington