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Book Review-Sea Witch-Carol Ann Kauffman

Thursday, March 15, 2018


Aliens have been landing on Earth and Dr. Laura Martin has been studying them at The Touchstone Institute. There are strange things happening in the Atlantic ocean Which Dr Martin has noticed-but can't quite figure out yet. Then employees start quitting or just disappearing.

Needing an assistant she ends up hiring Scott Connor-after he worked for free for a couple of weeks to prove that he really would do anything and everything Dr. Martin wanted.

This book is (hopefully) more fantasy then anything else. The ending will leave you wondering what comes next--I certainly hope that Carol Ann Kauffman intends on making this a series!!


About the Book: (from Amazon)

Dr. Laura Martin, Chief Extraterrestrial Life Scientist at The Touchstone Institute of Oceanographic Research, noticed troubling but subtle changes in the Atlantic Ocean. Before she could make sense of it all, her longtime assistant abruptly walked out. Laura hired young, handsome Scott Conner to be her personal assistant. Mayhem ensued, mainly because of Zara, the mermaid/siren/monster in the basement of the Touchstone Institute, who eyed on Scott as her possible mate in a plot for total domination of planet Earth.

“The Touchstone Institute of Oceanographic Research is the most fantastic, exhilarating place on the planet to work. It is high energy, exciting, sometimes maddening, often frightening, heart pounding work. It’s not a job. It’s a lifetime commitment. It gets in your blood. It grabs you by the throat and possesses you, body and soul. And it is work. If you’re not prepared to work your ass off day in and day out, weekends, holidays, your birthday, and your mamma’s birthday, leave now.”



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About the Author: (from Amazon)



Carol Ann Kauffman is the author of twenty books to date, from short stories to full-length novels. Her novels, classified as romantic action adventures with a sci-fi/ fantasy twist, and mysteries. They’re about life, love, loss, and lunacy. She is a retired teacher from a local school district in Ohio, where she taught for thirty-five years. She has worked as a printer, managed a department store office, worked as an insurance agent, and worked in the hardware and automotive departments of a large store. She was a Red Cross volunteer. Carol loves to travel; her favorite places being Italy and Aruba, which show up in her novels quite a bit. She loves to play Bridge and to garden. She grows African violets and orchids. Carol loves dachshunds and trains. She is the author of the Time After Time series, which follows a pair of lovers through their many lifetimes together, and the Cat Collier Mysteries, as well as holiday short stories with Books To Go Now Publishers. Connect with Carol on Twitter at @Cay47. Visit her website at carolannkauffman.weebly.com or visit her blog, Vision and Verse at visionandverse.blogspot.com.

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17 comments :

Samantha said...

That looks like a good read, I will have to look into it

Michelle Bartley said...

I will definitely read this book!

Deb PelletierC said...

The book sounds interesting, thanks.

Linda Linneman said...

I love that this book leaves you guessing what is to come next. I can't wait to start reading this. Thank you for sharing

Linda Linneman said...

A different kind of read for me. It sounds great. Thank you so much for sharing

Linda Linneman said...

I can't wait to get started on this book. It sounds like some great reading. I have not read any of this authors book

tannawings said...

This has kind of a different twist. Not a genre I have read before, but it sounds interesting.
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Casey Garvey said...

I love your review! The book cover is unique and stands out! Id love to read this!

tannawings said...

Sounds like a book I might give a try . I like things like this
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tannawings said...

I like how you reviewed this book,it wasnt enough to give away the plot, but was enough to make you interested

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tannawings said...

The more I see these booms the more I wouldnt mind reading them, I like your synopsis of them
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tannawings said...

This looks like a nice easy read. I see this on the bookshelf waiting for a nice quiet time to enjoy it.
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tannawings said...

This I think would be a nice summertime read for me. Something nice and light and one I would enjoy.
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Kate V said...

I agree, I love a good series.

tannawings said...

This book looks interesting. It is nor normally a genre I read, but your description of it changes my mind!
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Unknown said...

can't read it unless it involves sports

Holly Thomas said...

This one looks like a interesting read.

 
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