Praise For The Books


The Above & Beyond Series

She magazine: http://issuu.com/shemagazine/docs/shemagazine_dec14/26?e=1707223/10461146

She magazine: here

The 2014 Rainbow Award

The 2014 Rainbow Award

‘The characters are rich and multi-layered, but there’s so much more to uncover about them. I’m glad Klaire is going to let us into their lives again.’

Frivolous Views (You can read the full article here)

What the Readers Say…

[Reviews taken from Amazon.com]

‘…this is more than a mystery, more than a love story.’

‘A compulsive read. The novel’s biggest strength is its fresh, engaging voice. Hat’s off for a brilliant debut novel and I look forward to the next one.’

‘The book is well written and the plot and flow are superb.’

‘I really loved this book!!! I can’t wait for the second one… when I began reading it, I couldn’t seem to let it go… so I slept at 3 that night… I read it in two “nights”, that is how good it is!
I really loved the characters, especially Aeron.’ 

‘Read the opening chapter and you will be hooked (as I was). A very satisfying ending that sets up the next book in the series. The Main Character, Aeron is a strong and sympathetic person I look forward to reading more off. I would say more about the plot but part of the fun for me were all the reveals.’

Blind Trust

What the reviewers say…

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‘FROM SNOW BOUND MOUNTAIN RESCUES TO THE GENTLE RESCUING OF THOSE LOCKED IN THEIR OWN MINDS, YOU’LL BE SPELL BOUND AND ON THE EDGE OF YOUR SEAT AS AERON DOES HER THING. LOVE THIS – GOBBLED IT UP IN A FEW HOURS (HOURS WHEN I SHOULD REALLY HAVE BEEN SLEEPING…) AND CAN’T WAIT FOR MORE.’

Tales of a Librarian

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‘I fell in love with her over the course of the novel, and when I finished, I wished I had my own Aeron.’

Rainbow Awards 2015 – Honourable mention.

‘Great stories, well written, thoroughly enjoyable. Looking forward to number three.’

LRR (Double review of  The Empath and Blind Trust.)

La Vie En Bleu

The supporting cast is stellar… I’d have kept reading for Rebecca alone.’

Tales of a Librarian.

“La Vie en Bleu is an absolutely lovely read. It is well written, humorous and full of excellent human observation combined with an interesting version of the classic re-united lovers romance. It is very different from the Above and Beyond Series, but like all Ms Klaire’s work is extremely well done…

…Definitely a “highly recommended” for those who like a light-hearted romance, I look forward to more of the Romantic Ms Klaire.”

LLR – Read the full review here

Untrained Eye

“These are amazing characters and unusual plots. Jody Klaire manages to mix up a thriller crime drama with a psychic whodunit and an ever so slowly burning romance. It’s a wonderful action adventure story for girls. Add in humour, great dialogue, brilliant writing and these books are just a joy.”

LLR – Read the full review here!

Hindsight

Klaire keeps the development and reveal going while cleverly introducing new characters and seamlessly slotting them in as major players on the chessboard. Oh and you are going to love Aunt Bess.

The plot is both complex and simple. The overall story arc has a team of special ops forces and FBI investigator types chasing a ring of child slavers, but the sub plots and personal journeys are convoluted and delivered with incredible detail, making the whole become an exploration of the psychology of each major character. Phenomenal.

I literally couldn’t put it down and read half the night, only to cancel my morning and reach for it over coffee. Now I have to take a week off everything else and re-read the whole series to date because I am completely fascinated all over again. If you love fast paced action adventure, psychological thrillers, crime – any of the above, believe me, this series is pure heaven. It is already a classic mind-bending journey and I cannot wait for book 5, “Noble Heart”, to come and confound me all over again.

Velvet Lounger – LRR – Read the full review here!

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