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Saturday, July 26, 2014

Official Book Tour: CHAMELEON'S SPELL by @RoniOConnell [Review + Giveaway]

Today's stop on the tour is a review from a frequent guest reviewer here on Lady Reader's Bookshelf, Karin Baker. 

Roni O'Connell has done it again. Chameleon's Spell had me in the first sentence. I love the way I got caught up in the story line. This is the second book by this author I've been lucky enough to read. It's also the second book of hers that I read in one sitting. I just couldn't put the book down. I had to know what was happening next. I love that about Roni's story telling. Juliet became someone I care about. The story is set in the future and not my usual genre but it is a fantastic read.

By Roni O'Connell
Release Date: May 28, 2014
Paperback, 282 pages
Genre: Fantasy/Fiction/Mature YA

She’d known it was coming—it always had to be dealt with, sooner or later. The effect Chameleon blood produced on the majority of humans was akin to taking aphrodisiacs or psychedelic drugs and all but the strongest minds succumbed.

Juliet Marchant has a secret—one that makes her hide from the world, until the day her friend, a shifter wolf, is slaughtered on her land for his brilliant pelt.

If Juliet is to fulfill her destiny, she must take her place in the world, unlock her Immortal powers, and face her dangerous attraction the human Commander of Spectral Command.
July  – Review
July 24thGuest Review - Deb – Review

July 25thIn To My Fantasy World – Review

July 26thAll About Book Divas  – Review

July 26thKarin Baker   – Review

July 28thCabin Goddess – Review & a Recipe

July 29thBookish Tiffany  – Review

July 30th –   Guest Review - Destiny – Review

July 31stReads All The Books   – Review

July 31stForbidden Reviews  – Review

August 1stThe Reader and the Chef  – Review

August 1stLike A Bump on A Blog – Review

Roni O’Connell lives with her husband and two dogs high in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. She finds inspiration in the forest, wildlife, and lakes around her home.
A former English teacher, Roni enjoys the company of young adults, their spirited opinions, great enthusiasm, and outrageous humor.
When Roni isn't writing novels, you can find her hiking in the forest or contemplating the wonders of nature.

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  1. The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster was one of my favorite books growing up, and I loved re-reading it with my daughter. Such a fun story!

  2. As a really small child, I loved Dr. Seuss. At grade school age, I like the younger books by Judy Blume and Beverly Cleary. My favorite teen book was Forever by Judy Blume. Thanks!