I'll Be Damned

Book 1 of the Anna Wolfe Series

Fiction - Paranormal
436 Pages
Reviewed on 07/28/2013
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Author Biography

I was born in Philadelphia, PA and grew up in the suburban outskirts of this amazing city. I love anything paranormal and/or supernatural - seriously I live in Philadelphia! For those of you who don’t know, this city is an awesomely haunted place! This healthy paranormal addiction has provided me the motivation to write my first book, “I’ll Be Damned.”

I graduated from Drexel University with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and I'm currently working on the Anna Wolfe Series.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Melinda Hills for Readers' Favorite

Anna Wolfe has spent her entire life feeling different from other people and, at the age of 29, finally learns why in this great read by Casey Keen. I’ll Be Damned introduces the reader to Anna, a Savannah coffee shop owner who has been plagued for years with mysterious attacks of cramping and pain and an odd effect on other people. Things start to really become strange as handsome men suddenly take an interest in her. At last, her family divulges information that they have kept hidden from her for the past 29 years. Anna, with the support of a few great friends and the new men in her life, develops into a character she never knew she could be. She learns just how important she is, not only to her family but to the world in general.

I’ll Be Damned is a great read that is just thrilling enough without being horrifying. The characters are well developed and certainly interesting. Casey Keen does a great job of keeping the action and excitement going page after page. Unsuspected and certainly surprising facts greet Anna as she is forced to confront a truth she never suspected. However, there is no doubt that her friends will help her through the ordeals she must face. Keen does a masterful job of developing Anna from a ‘regular gal’ into someone quite special -– someone on whom her teachers and the whole world depend to maintain the balance of good and evil. The descriptions are quite realistic and all the characters have a depth that makes them believable. Playful, serious, and insecure moments offer realism to this great paranormal novel.