The Rule of Three

| August 20, 2013

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The Rule of Three

Three complete books (Bride of Blackbeard, Project Mendel, Into the Woods). Three different genres (Historical, Science Fiction, Fantasy). One fantastic book!!!

Editorial Reviews:

Brynn Chapman will captivate the reader with intricate details, a mystery that ensnares the reader and characters that will touch their hearts. By the end of the first chapter, this reviewer was enthralled with Bride of Blackbeard. It’s a compelling tale of sorrow, pain, love, and hate. Each of the people Costanza encounters on her journey has an experience to share, drawing in the reader more. Ms. Chapman sketches a story that tugs at the heartstrings. I believe many will be touched in some way by this extraordinary book that leaves much thought.
~ Cherokee, Coffee Time Romance
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Bride of Blackbeard has it all. You’ll instantly feel a part of the story as Constanza’s character seems to come alive. You’ll walk right beside her as she endured the sadness, pain and sorrow, of growing up, and you’ll root for her, all through the healing process. Bride of Blackbeard was hard to put down. The secondary characters, some you’ll love to hate, some will steal your heart, just as Constanza and her siblings do.

Ms. Chapman definitely has a winner, and you’ll want to have the tissues handy, it tears at your heartstrings, and you’ll love every minute of it! The setting is spot-on and as if time had turned back. You won’t want to pass this one by, it’s a must read, and one that should be on everyone’s keeper-shelf.
~ Kimberly Leslie, Romance Junkies
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Honored in Book of the Week Placements – Long and Short Reviews!!!
The Bride of Blackbeard by Brynn Chapman is what I refer to as a ‘beefy’ read. It’s a romance sandwiched between historical facts and a personal growth story.

Constanza is a great heroine. She is strong willed with a purpose. But unlike so many historical romances that plop a 2008 woman into the past, Constanza’s ‘Stanzy’ is believable and very well defined. A childhood filled with unspeakable nightmares has forced her to be stronger and more self reliant than most women of her time.

Where Constanza is a woman not molded in the traditional time setting, Lucian is. As a hero restricted by the mindset of the 1700s his character is often at odds with Stanzy. Lucian is a man of good heart and nature, something Constanza hasn’t been lucky enough to have in her life.

The final barrier to their happiness is the same—Edward Teach, a.k.a. Blackbeard.
~ Magnolia, Long and Short Review
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5 Star, Top Pick!!!
Okay. Primarily this is a science fiction book with lots of romance and it’s a page-turner thriller. I sat up until almost three in the morning reading this book because I couldn’t put it down.

Brynn Chapman has written a well-researched book that takes the fledgling science of cloning and genetics just a step further. Project Mendel will reach out grab you, suck you right into the story, and scare the pants off you. I loved it. You will root for the heroes and heroines, some of it will be difficult to read, and it will make you cry and a lot of it will make you think. I give this one a solid 5 and a recommended read.
~ PennyAsh, Night Owl Reviews
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Into the Woods by R.R. Smythe – This Young Adult Fantasy will send chills down your spine. I, as the reader, followed Callum and witnessed everything he and his friends went through as they attempted to decipher the messages. Each time Callum deciphered one of the four messages, some villagers awakened. Through the eyes of Ellsbeth, I saw the other sleepers wander, make mistakes, and be released from the Netherwood, leaving Ellsbeth alone. Excellent reading for any age of fantasy fans!
~ Detra Fitch, Huntress Reviews
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Into the Woods has a rich tapestry quality that is found in old fairy tales. The words and rhythm give it the feel of a fable. The tale hints at what is to come, but never gives you a true look.
~ Morgan Wyatt, Novelspot

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