Ms. Steele,

I just finished reading No Story to Tell and had to write to tell you how impressed I was by the novel. Until the final page I kept pulling for Victoria to escape the life in which she found herself trapped and smiled with the final line.

I enjoy character studies in fiction and found your writing to be insightful, entertaining and instructive, plus having some exposure to small towns, all too real and familiar.

Thank you for such a enriching reading experience.

John M.


  1. ‘No Story to Tell’ is one of those books you look long and hard for; it’s the kind of book you just can’t stop reading! I love the twists and turns and the way the author brings every character to life. I found myself understanding, loving and hating each character at some point in the novel. A must read!!

  2. – Reading Between the Wines

    November 15, 2011 at 10:10 pm

    “If you want a book that will truly capture you heart and soul then No Story to Tell is for you.”

  3. “This was a ‘no holds barred’ kind of read with a delicate touch that I definitely recommend!”

  4. “I found myself questioning my life numerous times while reading this book. The small town of Hinckly is full of quirky people and small town secrets. There are plenty of twists and turns that you don’t see coming and that keeps the story moving and interesting. It was not what I was expecting but it is still an enjoyable read.”

  5. “Victoria may have thought she had No Story To Tell, but it was KJ Steele that did have a story to tell. A good one.”

  6. “A highly imaginative, sensuously rich first novel, which holds one’s interest all the way.”

  7. I can always tell a good book when I can’t stop thinking about it…the characters, the dialogue, the dilemnas, the mysteries. I was riveted and excited to find out what would happen and yet I didn’t want it to end. I am waiting with much anticipation for KJ Steele’s next novel…maybe a sequel?

  8. This novel showed me a powerful way to say “sorry, not interested” to fate.

    Thank you so much for this succulent read. It’s words pulled me in to an experience that was exciting, and strangely familiar.

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