Five Star Reviews

Five Stars for Ellen Mint’s Books

“This is a cute romance with a twist. The author brings strong characters in Emma and Tarek and weaves an intriguing story line. She brings it to life with her descriptive writing and moves it quickly and smoothly with her vividly painted scenes.”

Brenda M—Love’s Curse

“Tarek is just so dreamy. The building romance between Emma and. Tarek had me turning pages faster than most other romance novels I’ve read recently. There’s action, romance, life or death situations + decisions, and of course a splash of Egyptian culture and history. I would recommend this book!”

Olivia H—Love’s Curse

“I really enjoyed reading this story. Add in some steamy scenes, some soul sucking mummy, and an Egyptian style Romeo and Juliet history and that is the story. I would say if that sounds right up your alley then this book is for you. Enjoy!”

Dasha F—Love’s Curse

“Emeric and Nadire’s story was fascinating and exciting. Their back and forth dialogue brought me many sighs and chuckles.
Awesome read.
Ellen Mint has hit it out of the ballpark”

Susan b — Son of Krampus

“Emeric (the son of Krampus), is alluring, sexy, and just so interesting as a character as he interacts with Nadire (the daughter of St. Nicholas). This story is new, different and not something you would usually read about in regards to christmas themed books!”

Oliva H — Son of Krampus

“I really enjoyed this story and read it as fast as I could.”

Dasha F — Son of Krampus

“I HAVE A FAVORITE HOLIDAY READ! Emeric’s HOTTT – both as a naughty hook-up guy and a buttoned-up lawyer. If you like Forbidden love, Enemies to lovers, Fierce heroines, Hot men with an accent, And lust so hot it combusts, you need this book!”

jccaldwellromance — Son of Krampus

“A delightful, funny, entertaining read with two charming main characters with real chemistry.”

Ann B — Son of Krampus

This story is full of Autumn splendor in a living forest. I love it. The imagery and allegory are beautifully crafted into the story. Even as I marvel at the artistry, I’m cackling at the obvious puns and clever quips.

This (story) is like taking a running leap into a pile of fallen leaves, then cozying up with your honeybun and some hot cups of tea–by turns, exhilarating and warm and comforting. Yet, there’s an important message of self-reflection and accepting change, all of which match the theme of Autumn season.

Coosh — PSL

A hot steaming hot read. It’s fast paced and action packed. You don’t want to see it end. I can’t wait to see how this series plays out.

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