Welcome to my Book Review of “Two Shorts and a Snort” by Jan Sikes.
Meet the author:
Multi-award winning author, JAN SIKES, tells true stories in a creative and entertaining way. Most recently, she has written a series of four books about a Texas musician who was a pioneer in the Outlaw Music movement before it ever had a name. She also releases a music CD of original songs matching the time period of each story. Jan has written songs, poetry, short stories, screenplays and novels. She resides in North Texas and sits on the board of directors for the North Texas Book Festival, The Texas Musicians Museum and the Texas Authors Institute of History.
This book consists of two short stories and one poem from award-winning author, Jan Sikes, in response to a writing challenge from the RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB.
How far will one man go to satisfy an obsession? The price could cost him his life.
Is it possible to pray up a baby? Frank and Mary Pyburn are convinced that is what they’ve done.
Friends Instead of Lovers:
Sometimes it’s better to remain friends, instead of giving in to desires and crossing a line.
My Review:🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 A fast and satisfying short read.
It’s a difficult undertaking when an author takes on the challenge of writing a short story, character development can at times suffer as a result … However, author Jan Sikes has met the challenge and done it well.
A clear talent for dialogue enriches the depth of each short, and the narration allows us to glimpse the immediate surroundings, and get a feel for the West Texas location in which they are set.
Obsessed touches on the out of control lengths that some humans will go to, to own and possess another. It’s chilling.
Maggie was sad yet satisfying as one couple’s craving for a child is answered in a way they believe is heaven sent.
Friends Instead of Lovers A powerful poem reflecting that irrevocable step taken when friends become lovers. There is no going back.
A very quick and intensely satisfying read.
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