My review of Felipe Adan Lerma’s An Unforeseen Conventional Afternoon, a Codename: Chandler Kindle Worlds Novella.

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A well written story, nicely introducing Samantha Lacroix

This was my second short written by this Felipe Adan Lerma, the first being, An Unforeseen Conventional Morning, in the Jack Daniels Kindle World. I’ve read almost all the original Jack Daniels thrillers and Codename: Chandler thrillers and in my opinion, the author knows these characters well. This book continues on where An Unconventional Morning leaves off, introducing Samantha Lacroix to Chandler.

There is a good story which allows these characters to interact and get to know one another. The personalities of both main characters come out well and this involves some very good banter between them. As the story resolves there is a guest appearance by Jack Daniels tying the two books in quite well. There are kids involved in both books which adds an element that neither Chandler or Jack Daniels are used to, but blends well with the author’s character, Samantha Lacriox.

I found this to be a well written novella introducing Konrath fans to Samantha Lacriox that will leave the reader wanting to read more about her. For readers who are unfamiliar with these Kindle Worlds, these two books would make a good introduction to these characters.

Unfortunately, Kindle Worlds books are only available on Amazon.com at this time. Hopefully they change that soon. You can find it here. http://www.amazon.com/Codename-Chandler-Unforseen-Afternoon-Samantha-ebook/dp/B00X4WX27O/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1439764121&sr=1-1&keywords=felipe+adan+lerma

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2 thoughts on “My review of Felipe Adan Lerma’s An Unforeseen Conventional Afternoon, a Codename: Chandler Kindle Worlds Novella.

  1. Greatly appreciate the reads and the mention here on your blog, Silas, thank you so much. Readers should know, you’ve got a small slew of works in Kindle Worlds also, including a full length novel.

    With much appreciation, thank you Silas!

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