Macyn's Letter (Macyn McIntyre Series, #1)

Macyn's Letter (Macyn McIntyre Series, #1)

by S.L. Stacker

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BN ID: 2940153181271
Publisher: S.L. Stacker
Publication date: 06/01/2016
Series: Macyn McIntyre Series , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 205,203
File size: 1 MB

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Macyn's Letter 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read. Looking forward to the next one in the series. Question: how do you pronounce Macyn
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There were times it was difficult to put down. Can't wait for the next one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Although some people may disagree, I feel this book was amazing, especially for a free book. I was pleased with this book as it is a romance AND suspense combined. But this book is very short and ends with a total cliff hanger that leaves you thinking. The book is told from 3rd person which helps you connect with all characters and the author also uses literary devices very well. My favorite parts of the book were when the author foreshadows. The author does an exquiste job of telling you some what of whats going to happen without giving away too much. Overall it was a very good book and I plan on reading the sequal. However, this wasn't the best book ever. Yes,it does make me want to continue reading but the book lacks good, meaningful diction and I would've had an easy time reading this in 5th and 6th grade. It is no challenge to read and therefore readers won't always stay interested. I personally fell in love with this book but I can awknowledge why some people wouldn't
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read... I am looking forward to the sequel.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This Author is simply awesome! I didn't expect a free book to be this good. I think it had a good combination of romance and suspense. I admit, I was a little shocked with the big cliffhanger, and then relieves that it was only 99 cents! I will definitely be reading the whole series no matter what the cost!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I got this book based on the recommendation from a friend. I couldn't put it down. Friday i GET to read the second installment. If she keeps writing,i will keep reading!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Still reading this book, but the thing I noticed was the horrible punctuation! Does the author know the meaning of a complete sentence? There are periods where commas are supposed to go and vice versa! I have never read a book so POORLY edited! Can't believe there are reviews on here that say the editing was treat...seriously???
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read this book before Ms. Stacker decided to re-release with Booktrope Editions. I was torn then. When I saw it had been published again, I decided to read it again and see if there were any changes. I have to say, it's much better this time. Professional editing has done this book wonders. Also, the cliffhanger is resolved in this book. I mean, it's still there, but they did add the next chapter as a sneak peek. I hope the next two books will go through this same process. I'd definitely recommend the book if you like romantic suspense!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
First of all, the 4 and 5 star reviews HAVE to be promotional reviews from the author, her family members, and her friends. Second of all, the author should seriously enlist the services of a good editor/proofreader. Her sentence structure, editing and punctuation are horrendous. The favored punctuation is the exclamation point, which was BEYOND annoying, since they were not used appropriately and it sounded like people were constantly yelling at each other instead of having normal conversations. Much of the sentence structure was incorrect and made no sense. (For example: "Oh! Look at the time! I've got to be going! Great seeing you again, Devon! Love you, Macyn!" Eve said as she jumped off the couch and headed toward the front door.) Eve basically yelled her entire dialog. Worse, what was said and who said it became two separate sentences, for crying out loud. This was the pattern throughout the entire little book and it was EXTREMELY ANNOYING!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
After reading the reviews for this book, I wondered what I would think of it. It was free, 170 pages long and a fast read. The editing was very well done, which shocked me. I do not know why this book was listed under the suspense genre menue for my nook. Suspense it is not. It is not even a decent mystery. It leans more towards a romance, but the poor thing seems to suffer from a multiple personality and bi-polar disorder....oh wait, perhaps the author does and it came through in the writing. After I hit page 43, I started scanning, at page 70 something, I started skipping several pages at a time. Finally I just read the lack of conclusion and considered it done. There was very little about this book which appealed to me. My recommendation is to skip this one and read a pre-school, coloring book. Your time would be better spent. AD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I should have stopped reading this book after the first ten pages, because it was completely stupid! I kept reading the book for a couple of reasons: 1). It was only a 178 pages, and once I start a book I feel I should finish it - finish what you start I guess 2). I just couldn't imagine it would get worse, but boy was I wrong! First of all, pick a genre! This author was all over the place. They started with suspense, went, to romance, tried to throw in some secret spy/stealth, and failed at every turn! If you are going to write about a subject of which you have zero knowledge you should at least research the subject to make it believable for your readers! I am an avid reader and I have read thousands of books. This book will go in my list as being the absolute worst book I have ever read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Maybe I am biased & spoiled b/c I have read some fabulous free books lately, but this book was a huge dissapoinment. It should be classified as romance not suspense, first off. Writing was sappy and slow, simple scenes are painfully dragged out, and minute actions are over described down to every excruciatingly needless detail. I do not need details of a chracter going through all the steps to eat lunch, pack a suitcase, etc. It felt like the author added things as filler, like a student trying to stretch out an essay to meet a word requirement. Story starts to get ridiculous as inane and ridiculous things happen just to add "twists". Worst of all this is NOT a full book. The way it ended was not a cliffhanger, it was just abruptly cut off to force readers to buy a second book. It wasn't even subtle. As I ended up skipping through the contrived romance and kept reading this dribble because I wanted to find out who was behind the mystery, I wasted time I could have used in a more productive way. Like watching water boil or paint dry. Either would be more satisfying than reading this juvenile and sloppy attempt at a novel. I am writing this long review to help keep others from wasting their time reading an even longer book that does absolutely nothing except pull you in to a minutely interesting mystery just to get you to buy the sequel. Shameless. Giving this book a star because the editing was decent. Given the style of the writing, I expected to find multiple spelling and grammatical errors. Beware, you were warned!
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ronnies4 More than 1 year ago
The book should have been categorized as a romance.  Way to "mushy" for a mystery.  I can't believe it was the first of a trilogy.  It said Book One in a series.  I thought each book would stand alone. This book has no ending.  Don't bother unless  you want to buy the next two books at $10.00 a piece!      
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love the Macyn's series!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
:-)