Reviews!

What Kills Me is to die for…It should be on the must-read list for anyone who loves great fiction.” — 5 stars, Thomas Winship, author of the Vaempires: Revolution and Vaempires: White Christmas

“If you dig paranormal vampire tales but are tired of the regurgitated fare that copycats…What Kills Me will hit the spot. Her skills for tight prose, a narrative voice that paints scenes and hard-core pacing, shines.” — Marata Eros, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author
“I meant to go to bed at a reasonable hour…I stayed up until 2 a.m. and finished it in one night. Channing has some serious skill when it comes to breathless action scenes and vivid sensory details. In the final pages, I was breathless, excited and completely hooked.” — S.M. Boyce, author of the best-selling Grimoire series

“A seasoned writer and it shows in her prose…I can’t wait for more.” — 5 stars, Christie Rich, author of Five and Dark Matter (Elemental Enmity Series)

“Any book that makes you say out loud ‘Wow, that was awesome‘ when you are done reading is five stars.” — Kayla Curry, author of Obsidian

“Fast-paced, action packed, and full of witty dialog, sweeping me up in a mad chase across the globe.” — Vicki Essex, author of Her Son’s Hero

Brilliant! Thrilling! Breathtaking! Honestly, these are understatements. They don’t at all give justice to this noteworthy piece of literature! — Laurice With Love

I tore through this book so fast because I just couldn’t get enough of Zee’s story…Please do yourself a favor and get your hands on What Kills Me.” — Escaping With Fiction

“Filled with wit, adventure, suspense, drama, romance, kickbutt characters, lots of twists and turns and non-stop action, What Kills Me is a one-sit-read that keeps you on the edge of your seat.” — Deea’s Journal

“I didn’t come up for air until I was done. What a thrill!” — Jen McConnel, YA fantasy author.

“I am an instant fan of Wynne Channing’s, and I am on pins and needles waiting for the next book in this series.” — Fictional Candy

“The comedy, sarcasm, action, suspense, and romance packed in this book made me laugh, grit my teeth, and drool over Lucas.” — Raizza’s Book Blogging Adventure

Zee ranks as one of my favourite heroines in a young paranormal read. — TToria

Axelia (or Zee in the novel) is not your ordinary vampire newbie.  Her reactions to this new world that she’s been thrust through are real and at times hilarious.” — 5 stars, A. A. Omer, writer, blogger

“Wynne Channing has such an amazing talent as an author, not only does she suck you in…she takes you right along throughout the story, and you really get the sense that you’re seeing everything through Axelia’s eyes.” — A Book and a Record

“Lucas…is a total hottie. The banter they had going and the tension between them was smoldering.” — A Purrfect Read

“A lot of surprising twists in this novel…I couldn’t wait to find out what happens next.” — Livin’ Life Through Books

“I was entrapped in scenes, fell in love with the flow and didn’t want to leave the world she built around me with her words.” Sliced Open Reviews.

“I have no doubt with Channing at the helm, it will be one of those series you’ll want to continue to devour.” — Mina Burrows, urban fantasy author

“I have to hand to Wynne Channing, she really knows how to write a helluva kick-ass fighting scene.” — WinterHaven Books

“Seeing an author come up with her own unique take on things is what makes a book amazing.” — Synchronized Reading

“Even if you are tired of vampire books, pick this one up it may change your mind.” — Paranormal Reads

“The plot was fantastic. It had a little bit of everything: romance, adventure, deceptions, betrayals, including a little bit of jealousy and lots of suspense.” — My Life in Books

“Crazy hard to put down, the action just hits you from get get-go.” — Known to Read

Get a copy and see what all the fuss is about!

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2 thoughts on “Reviews!

  1. I loved both books of this series. I think what really grabbed me and what sets these books apart from others of this genre is the comedy. Most paranormal books are very dark and Gothic or have this depressing edge to it. Where with this series, despite the heartache, you can still smile and have hope for the characters. I can look forward to what will happen next and not feel depressed by the end of it. Very well done. OH and I love the descriptions during fight scenes. I really feel like I can see and feel what is going on and it’s not overly complicated.

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