Embrace the Boogeyman
was described by author Ardath Mayhar as
"graceful and effective, the storytelling
excellent. ... The plot is intricately woven
between past and present."
"The plot is wonderful; my interest was
sustained throughout." Mirakhel Windsong,
educator, Hotevilla, Arizona
"A compelling, haunting, mystical tale that
draws the reader in and won't let go." Ann
Tubbs, Dallas businesswoman & educator
"My gosh, it reads fast and great."
Rebecca Watson, professor of English and creative
writing, Midland College, Midland, Texas
"It's a good yarn." Linda Singer
"I loved the book. It kept me on the edge of
my seat. It's too damn good not to sell."
"It's a good story, well constructed, and I
do come to care for the characters. The writing
is crisp and vivid throughout." Author Tracy
"Riveting." Journalist and columnist Ed
"Temple gives readers a love story that is
set in the past and present and upon which the
viability of the future depends. Their
adventures take them across time and space as
these lovers fight a 3,000-year-old battle."
Larry D. Griffin, PhD., professor of English,
Dean of Arts and Sciences, Dyersburg Community
"An excellent story." Michael P. Jones,
publisher Horse Latitudes Press
"Georgia Temple writes with a hyperactive
imagination seemingly accelerated by overdoses of
coffee. Embrace the
Boogeyman is a complex,
colorful narrative sure to satisfy." Golden
Globe Award winning actress Anne Archer and
husband Terry Jastrow, a seven-time Emmy Award
WOW!!, March 24,
Talyna from Richardson, Texas
Georgia Temple at the local Irish Festival
earlier this year. She showed me her book, and
after reading a one page excerpt, I had to have
it. When I started reading it, I couldn't put it
down! Now I can't wait for the second book to
come out! Embrace the
Boogeyman is extremely
intriguing, and it draws the reader into Mrs.
Temple's world of adventure, romance, and scifi!
She cannot compare to any authors I've read in a
long time--she certainly has created her own
What a wonderful book!, February 12, 2003
Klatt from Midland, TX USA
has done a tremendous job writing a book that
keeps the reader involved to the very end.
"Embrace the Boogeyman" has love,
adventure and intrigue interweaved throughout the
book. It was very difficult to put the book down.
We are ready for the next one. Great job,
Georgia. Thank you. God bless you.
Couldn't put it Down!, January 7, 2003
Young from West Texas
the Boogyman is refreshing! I could not put this
Temple has woven a story that embraces romance,
adventure and science fiction. I instantly found
myself drawn into the story. If you like mystery
and adventure, you will enjoy this book.
sorry when the book ended. More! More! More! I
can't wait for the next book!
off to Embrace the Boogeyman, October 20,
Smyrl from Midland, TX United States
first six pages of Embrace the Boogeyman and you
will not put down the book. Artwork by Charlotte
Seay and Georgia Temple enhance the exquisite
verbal imagery of the book.
the Boogeyman, October 20, 2002
Thorsen Bond from Nacogdoches, Texas
it new age? Is it science fiction? Or a romance?
I'd say "Embrace the Boogeyman" is in a
class by itself. Author Georgia Temple has
written a tightly-crafted novel that travels back
and forth through the ages to tell a tale of good
and evil. Whether you fancy the Vikings or modern
times, you'll be intrigued by her story. There's
a strong heroine, a worthy love interest and a
grisly opponent. With "Embrace the
Boogeyman," Georgia may have created her own
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