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Sunday, May 31, 2015

Review Wrap Up: Reaper by Kristi R. Johnson


Young Adult
Date Published: February 12, 2015


Ana "Reaper" Keating has moved onto the Hugo Liberal Arts College campus, forty minutes away from her hometown. Dorm life will be incredibly different from her life in the cave at the quarry. Not only will there be reliable air conditioning and a roommate, but Reaper also believes she will no longer be threatened by the powerful and wealthy Goldwater family that adopted her mother, Sue, when she was a child. Neither Reaper nor her father, Jim, like to talk about Sue's death. And Mr. Paul, the Goldwater patriarch, still blames Jim for what happened 16 years ago. 
When Reaper learns that Mr. Paul's son, Ian, has also enrolled at HuLAC, she realizes that her days of dealing with the entitled and vengeful family are nowhere near over. It is Jim's worst nightmare, but it also what he has been preparing Reaper for all of her life.

 This novel has a current Amazon rating of 6*'s.
Get your copy for $6.99.


  

REVIEWS FROM THIS TOUR

May 19 - Penny For My Thoughts with Interview
May 20 - My Reading Addiction
May 21 - Steamy Side
May 22 - Texas Book Nook
May 25 - The Indie Express
May 26 - A Life Through Books
May 27 - Ashley's Bookshelf
May 28 - What U Talkin 'Bout Willis
May 29 - Lindea on Books and Writing with Interview
May 30 - The Northern Witch Books
May 31 - The Things We Read



Kristi R. Johnson is the creator and primary contributor to the book blog Door Stop Novels. Kristi currently works at the University of Texas at San Antonio as a Senior Admin, and part-time at Our Lady of the Lake University as a Writing Consultant. Kristi writes and reads whenever she can, and plans to keep reading, writing, and traveling as priorities in her life, always returning to her home in downtown San Antonio, which is little more than a treehouse with air-conditioning.


Reaper is her first full-length novel, the first 50,000 words of which she cranked out during National Novel Writing Month 2013.



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