DreaganStar review by GotaLoveBooks blogger Sophie L.

Sophie L of GotaLoveBooks blog

I was excited for the plot of the book.  It sounded very interesting.  It has some fantastic moments but at times I felt it moving too slowly.  The book took some surprising turns that left me a little shocked.  It also has good world building.

At times,  it was a bit confusing with all the different characters.  It took a little while to know who they were talking about.  In the ended I was able to find out who they were talking about…  As Samantha Alexander and Johnathan Dreagan got to know each other they it was said too much.

I thought Samantha and Dreagan had a good connection.  Definitely liked when they were together.
Still it was thoroughly entertaining,  and I thought it was quite good.  I ended up giving this book 3/5.

Sophie L. of Gotalovebooks blog.  http://gotalovebooks.blogspot.com/2016/10/review-dreaganstar-nan-klee.html

About Nan Klee

Nan Klee’s resume as a writer includes eight years as a weekly newspaper columnist, while she worked as a freelance writer, editor, reporter, photographer, and technical writer. She used her knowledge of Navy flight simulators, computer network training, and technical savvy to become a computer technician while working toward a Master’s degree in Writing and Rhetoric at San Diego State University. For many years, she worked as a technical editor and writer for Department of Defense contracting corporations that design and build combat aircraft and warships for our US military. Nan has written professionally for San Diego’s North County Times and a monthly column entitled Cranial Soup, for StellaNova Magazine, and has had a few poems and short stories published. As a kid, Nan Klee grew up on the South Side of Chicago, and later lived in Southern California for 37 years. Today, Nan lives in Eastern Tennessee with her kayak and her 4 computers.

About Nan Klee

Nan Klee’s resume as a writer includes eight years as a weekly newspaper columnist, while she worked as a freelance writer, editor, reporter, photographer, and technical writer. She used her knowledge of Navy flight simulators, computer network training, and technical savvy to become a computer technician while working toward a Master’s degree in Writing and Rhetoric at San Diego State University. For many years, she worked as a technical editor and writer for Department of Defense contracting corporations that design and build combat aircraft and warships for our US military. Nan has written professionally for San Diego’s North County Times and a monthly column entitled Cranial Soup, for StellaNova Magazine, and has had a few poems and short stories published. As a kid, Nan Klee grew up on the South Side of Chicago, and later lived in Southern California for 37 years. Today, Nan lives in Eastern Tennessee with her kayak and her 4 computers.