Imagine the situation: you’re feeling a little frisky and head to one of those well-known story submission sites to find something to read while you scratch that particular itch. Now imagine that the stories you read flow well, don’t take hours to get to the point, and are free of spelling, grammatical and continuity errors. Well, that’s what Filth is. The book is divided into […]
A former American, Michaella now calls Scotland home. When she isn’t checking out men in kilts or chasing the wild haggis through the glens, you can usually find her skulking about the online bookish community.
Michaella has always been fascinated with the darker, more macabre facets of the human psyche, and doesn’t shy away from controversial, taboo, and dark themes in her writing. She can also be found writing sweet and sexy romances under the pen name Kayla McKinney.
A self-proclaimed book nerd, she’s happiest curled up on the sofa with a good book and a margarita or two, while merrily adding more book boyfriends to her already overflowing harem.
After reading the Vengeance series I was super excited to read a fairytale retelling from the mind of Michaella Dieter. Shattered Glass takes the story of Snow White and draws upon other fairytales, myths and legends including cameos from the likes of Beast, Captain Hook, and Robin Hood. This is a multi-POV book with the prologue and epilogue written in the third person, as it
I remember reading Upon Blooded Lips back when it was Michaella Dieter’s only novel and it was offered as a BookFunnel freebie. I was initially apprehensive that a freebie debut could be worth a read but I was quickly blown away by Dieter’s darkness and bloodlust. I didn’t think she could improve much when it came to Retribution, but once again I was surprised and
I don’t like stories that centre around holidays, and I don’t like my romances sweet either. So, why the hell did I pick up When Snowflakes Fall? To be honest, I wouldn’t have, but Kayla McKinney is the pen name of the awesome Michaella Dieter, and I felt that if anyone could change my mind, it would be her. When Snowflakes Fall is the story
It’s taken me days to sit and write this review and I’m still struggling to gather my thoughts. This book absolutely blew me away and I’m not talking about a gust of wind. This was a full-on clash of tornadoes, hurricanes and tropical storms. Dieter started dealing out the shocking twists at the beginning of the book and kept them coming throughout. I never knew